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Abashiri Royal Hotel
Abashiri Royal Hotel
Abashiri, Abashiri
Located along the riverbank of the Abashiri River, this hotel is a short distance from JR Abashiri Station. At the restaurant, guests can enjoy seafood delights from the Sea of Okhotsk. Soothe away travel fatigue in the large communal bath and sauna.
How to get there?
From Memanbetsu Airport: Take a limousine bus bound for Abashiri and get off at Kita Nanachome bus stop (about 25 min ). Immediate access from there.
By car: Drive along Route 39 towards JR Abashiri Station.
Tento-no-Yado Abashiri Kanko Hotel
Tento-no-Yado Abashiri Kanko Hotel
Abashiri, Abashiri
Located on a small hill with views of Lake Abashiri, surrounded by greenery and a quiet atmosphere. The view of the sunset from guestrooms is superb.

[90 minute all-you-can-drink & dessert buffet]
Guests with bookings of dinner included plans may enjoy a 90 minute all-you-can-drink service and a dessert buffet!
How to get there?
From Abashiri Station (JR Sekihoku Line): Take a bus to the Abashiri Kanko Hotel bus stop (10 min) and it is 10 min on foot from there.
Dormy Inn Abashiri
Dormy Inn Abashiri
Abashiri, Abashiri
This hotel celebrated its grand opening on June 1, 2016! It is conveniently located a 2-minute walk from Abashiri Bus Terminal! It is the only hotel in Abashiri city featuring large communal baths (men's, women's) using natural hot spring water.
How to get there?
From Memanbetsu Airport: About 35 min by bus.
From Abashiri Station (JR Sekihoku Line): About 10 min on foot.
From Abashiri Bus Terminal: About 2 min on foot.
Hotel Abashirikoso
Hotel Abashirikoso
Abashiri, Abashiri
Located near Lake Abashiri, this resort hotel is easily accessible for those traveling around eastern Hokkaido. Guestrooms are larger than at most other hotels, and are wheelchair accessible. The barrier-free design makes this hotel ideal for elderly and handicapped guests.
How to get there?
From Abashiri Station (JR Sekihoku Line): Walk left out of the station for 100 m, take a bus bound for Bihoro, and get off at the hotel bus stop (about 10 min).
By car: The hotel is located near Route 39.
Hotel Route Inn Abashiri Ekimae
Hotel Route Inn Abashiri Ekimae
Abashiri, Abashiri
Located a minute's walk from JR Abashiri Station, this hotel features LAN connections in all guest rooms and spacious man-made bathing facilities.
How to get there?
From JR Abashiri Station: 1 min on foot.
Abashiri Central Hotel
Abashiri Central Hotel
Abashiri, Abashiri
Located in the center of Abashiri, this hotel has easy access for business travelers and sightseers.
How to get there?
From Abashiri Station (JR Sekihoku Line): About 5 min by car.
From Memanbetsu Airport: About 30 min by bus.
Chimikepp Hotel
Chimikepp Hotel
Tsubetsu, Abashiri
This cozy resort hotel is surrounded by a beautiful natural forest facing the remote Lake Chimikepp. Guests can enjoy a range of outdoor activities, such as canoeing and fishing, or just sit back and relax amongst nature at this secluded and tranquil resort.
How to get there?
From Memanbetsu Airport: Take the airport limousine (Kitami Bus) bound for Kitami Bus Terminal and get off at Kitami Bus Terminal (approx. 40 min). It takes about 35 min from there by taxi.
Hokuten no Oka Abashiriko Tsuruga Resort
Hokuten no Oka Abashiriko Tsuruga Resort
Abashiri, Abashiri
The hotel is perched atop a beautiful hill overlooking Lake Abashiri. Inspired by the history and culture of the North, the hotel exhibits a trraditional and soothing ambience. The interior is decorated with artwork, carvings and decorations that pay homage to the Okhotsk culture, who settled in the area a long time ago. Guests can relax in the outdoor hot spring bath or the hot stone sauna. Choose between a buffet-style restaurant or a French restaurant, which serves wine from the cellar stocked with 2,000 bottles. Both restaurants prepare food with delicious local produce, from sea and land. The hotel also provides a traditional Japanese kaiseki-ryori cuisine option. Experience real luxury in the Ko no Za wing, in which every guest suite has its own private open-air bath.
Additional charges apply for changes to the traditional Japanese kaiseki course dinner.
How to get there?
From Abashiri Station (JR Sekihoku Line): Take a bus bound for Bihoro/Kitami and get off at Yobito Station (about 20 min). It is about 10 min on foot from there (see the following for shuttle service from Yobito Station).

Shuttle Service
Yobito Eki-mae Bus Stop == Hotel
**Requires prior reservation at least 1 day in advance. Please contact the hotel when you arrive at the station.
YHA Kiyosato Ihatov Youth Hostel
YHA Kiyosato Ihatov Youth Hostel
Kiyosato, Abashiri
Nestled between Shiretoko Peninsula and Lake Mashu, this hostel offers a plethora of activitities - such as hot-air ballooning and more - and can provide arrangements for 'Tabitatsu Hokkaido,' a discounted air ticket that includes an accommodation voucher. The hostel has showers only.
How to get there?
From Kiyosato-cho Station (Senmo Main Line): About 25 min on foot, or 5 min by taxi.
By Car: Take Route 334 Koyo Kiyosato Teishajo Line for about 5 km.
From Memanbetsu Airport: About 60 min by taxi.
Guests can be escorted via the shuttle service to Kiyosatocho Station (JR Senmo Main Line) for their scheduled train time. Guests arriving by car are asked to contact the lodging when within Kiyosato for detailed directions.
Sangosou-no-sato Notori-no-sho Kagariya
Sangosou-no-sato Notori-no-sho Kagariya
Abashiri, Abashiri
Famous for its food, the hotel's catch-phrase is "the gourmet inn of Okhotsk cuisine." The nice & decent inside and the clean natural environment is also pleasant. In autumn, you can enjoy the lakefront view colored in deep red with the coral weed.
How to get there?
From Memanbetsu Airport: Take a bus bound for Abashiri to the JR Abashiri bus stop (25 min). Then take a bus from Yumo Line Abashiri Station-mae bound for Tokoro/Saroma to the Nishi-Abashirikomisen-mae bus stop (16 min) and it is 2 min on foot from there.
Pickup from JR Abashiri Station is available.
Onsen Ryokan Motoyoshi
Onsen Ryokan Motoyoshi
Abashiri, Abashiri
This quiet hot spring hotel is located in a mountain forest on the shores of Lake Abashiri. It offers masterfully-prepared Japanese cuisine, hot springs which are open 24-hours a day, and tatami mat rooms.
How to get there?
From Memanbetsu Airport: Take the bus bound for Abashiri (20 min) and get off at Hotel Abashirikoso-mae.
From Abashiri Station: Take the bus bound for Bihoro or Memanbetsu Airport (8 min) and get off at Hotel Abashirikoso-mae. The hotel is about 3 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
Northern Lodge Kanto
Northern Lodge Kanto
Abashiri, Abashiri
A small lodging in Ozora, about a 10-minute drive from Memanbetsu Airport. The owner, a Hokkaido Food Meister, prepares delicious course meals featuring local Hokkaido ingredients. Only 3 groups accepted per day.
How to get there?
From Memanbetsu Airport: about 10 min by car.
From JR Memambetsu Station: 5 min by car.
From JR Abashiri Station: 20 min by car.
From Kitami/Bihoro: Take Route 39, about 2 km after passing Marchen no Oka Memanbetsu roadside station. At the corner with Shiretoko taxidermy sign on the right and Northern Lodge Kanto sign on the left, turn left and continue for 500 m.
From Abashiri: Take Route 39, about 2 km after passing Gelateria Risu no Mori. At the corner with Shiretoko taxidermy sign on the left and Northern Lodge Kanto sign on the right, turn right and continue for 500 m.
Tento no Sato Hotel Honjin Abashiriko
Tento no Sato Hotel Honjin Abashiriko
Abashiri, Abashiri
Sitting halfway up Mt. Tento, this hotel features a large communal bath where guests can enjoy views of Lake Abashiri.

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