Furano Natulux Hotel

Asahi 1-35,Furano,Japan

  • Experience World-class Service at Furano Natulux Hotel

    Featuring a restaurant and hot public baths, the modern Furano Natulux Hotel is only a 1-minute walk from Furano Train Station. Rooms include both free Wi-Fi and wired internet, and a glass-wall bathroom. The property has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame 2011-2015 Award. Clean lines and high-contrast colours define the rooms at Hotel Furano Natulux. Each has a satellite flat-screen TV and a tea maker, with a feather duvet for added comfort. The women’s bath includes a hot-stone spa (ganban-yoku), while the men’s have a sauna. Aroma treatment massages are available for female guests, and a simple massage can be requested for male guests. Asahigaoka Park and Torinuma Park are a 15-minute drive from the hotel. The lavender farms are a 15-minute drive away. Furano Ski Resort Kitanomine Zone is a 10-minute bus ride away. Natural Dining Restaurant offers a daily continental breakfast, as well as Japanese and Western breakfasts.

    Amenities

    • Airport Shuttle
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Comfortable and friendly

      5.0
      Reviewed 25 September 2019

      We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this nicely appointed hotel. Reception staff were very friendly, spoke English and were very customer focused. The Relax Spa was a lovely addition after a day out and the rooms were warmly decorated with a calm vibe. Although across the road from the station, rooms were extremely quite and there was a great view of the snow capped mountains. Breakfast was delicious and heaps of restaurants nearby for dinner. Thanks Natulux for making our stay in Furano so lovely.

      Leighsy
    • Super expensive, tiny rooms and uninterested staff. Worst hotel I have ever spent USD 300/night on.

      1.0
      Reviewed 29 August 2019

      Booked this hotel based on the good reviews, and was very disappointed. Booked through Agoda and the reservation did not have my daughter in it... The rate was USD 250+ and the hotel charged me $50 more a night for my daughter!!! When I asked what was the reason or if we would get another bed, they said, no... just a charge for no reason at all! Awful treatment. Breakfast was another $15 so we opted to eat outside as it did not look very appetizing. Total ripoff of a hotel. The room was absolutely minimal, even for Japanese standards and we had a hard time sleeping with all of us piled into one bed. It its truly the worse hotel I have ever paid USD 600 to stay at. If you are a foreigner, you must avoid staying here.

      ranger22SG
    • Very close to Furano Station but very expensive

      3.0
      Reviewed 15 August 2019

      It's very close to Furano Station but the room rates are very, very high esp in summer. If you don't have a car, it's convenient to stay there. But if you have a car, I would not recommend this hotel as it is far over-priced. Besides, many staff at the front desk there are Taiwanese so they don't have the real Japanese courtesy and hospitality.

      Tote919
    • Appalling value for just-above hostel quality

      1.0
      Reviewed 13 August 2019

      The major issue with this property is the lack of value. My wife and I were given a tiny 'standard' room - why are there tiny rooms in a town in a rural area, this isn't downtown Tokyo?), with the small bed pushed up against a wall with ridiculously hard and tiny pillows (which is my experience everywhere in Japan). For the rate, breakfast was not included, and the quality of breakfast - a choice between Western and Japanese - was below par. The onsite onsen is just basically boiler-heated water piped into a functional pool, and the on site restaurant lacks in anything approaching atmosphere and shuts at 9pm. All of this may have been OK to live with if the hotel was just to sleep (albeit badly) if the surrounding town and countryside were actually interesting or worth the drive there. They are not. Furano is a typically ugly, boxy, weed-infested Japanese town with zero ambience or life to it. The countryside around Furano - far from being the supposed equivalent of Provence - is just simply boring, utilitarian farmland, and really you can get that in pretty much any country in the world (even Singapore!) I would not recommend the hotel, or the destination.

      JohnnyBriggs
    • Meet all expectations

      5.0
      Reviewed 08 August 2019

      Probably the most convenient hotel in Furano from the train station. Easily visible and short walk. That is always one main criteria when traveling in Japan. The staff is friendly here. Breakfast is set menu with Japanese or Western option, very good and sufficient. The room is a decent size for Japanese hotel standard. Pretty modern in design and very unique that the basin is outside the toilet itself. I would have preferred for the aircon to be cooler as I believe they set a limit of around 23, but there is a air humidity machine which helps. Theres some restaurants behind the hotel. So all in , meet all my expectations of a hotel in Japan, especially one that is not in a big city.

      Keithlhk

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