Hotel Associa Takayama
Takayama, Kanazawa & Around, Japan
At a Glance
A Large Resort Hotel with amazing views of the mountains.
Indoor and Outdoor Hot Spring Baths
A wide selection of Japanese Style rooms and Western Style rooms.
A number of Restaurants and bars including a Karaoke room.
Tennis courts available during warmer weather.
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The best and most popular times to visit Japan are the climatically stable seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to November). The highlight of spring is the cherry-blossom season, which usually arrives in early April. Fall is an equally good time to travel, with pleasant temperatures and soothing autumn colors, which usually peak between late October and mid-November. Of course, you can visit Japan anytime although the summer, from June to August, can be very hot and humid, and winter can be a little chilly for some people’s taste.
To start planning your vacation to Hotel Associa Takayama
Located in the heart of the Japanese Alps in the Takayama Hot Spring Village, the Hotel Associa Takayama is a resort hotel with fantastic views of the mountains and its own indoor and outdoor hot spring baths.
Just a four-hour train journey from Tokyo, Hida Takayama is a charming village with a traditional atmosphere, nestled amongst Japan’s snowy Alps. The hotel is a short walk from the popular Old Town area, morning market and Takayama station. All of the rooms boast panoramic views of the mountains and their interiors have been designed to reflect the woodland in the surrounding landscape. The hotel has a range of rooms, from standard twin and triple rooms ideal for families, to Japanese suite rooms, where up to five guests can enjoy the simplistic elegance of a traditional Japanese home.
The Hotel Associa has a number of facilities, including two karaoke rooms, where you can enjoy Japan’s favorite past time whilst sipping on cocktails from the bar. The hotel also has two tennis courts for use in the warmer months and ski lockers for guests to store their equipment. The hotel’s shop sells handicrafts, fashion accessories and souvenirs, as well as convenience items such as snacks and sweets. The spa offers a range of pampering treatments and has a sauna for those looking to relax and unwind.
The hotel has a range of dining options, with each restaurant using local ingredients. The main Rosiere restaurant serves buffet-style meals with wonderful views of the Japanese Alps. As well as a teppanyaki corner, guests can also enjoy noodle dishes, curry dishes, seafood and sushi, and a range of desserts such as fruit tarts and chocolate mousse. Kaun serves delicious seafood dishes and has a sushi counter. Yushokuraku is a casual yet traditional Japanese restaurant and bar, and The Scenery Lounge and the Estmare Bar serve drinks and local sake.
Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, Kanazawa, Hiroshima, Kyoto
from $6900 pp 13 nights
- Glide through Japan on high-speed bullet trains, zipping past staggeringly beautiful scenery
- An all-encompassing customized trip through Japan, showing you the highlights and lesser explored regions of this magical country
- Sink into tranquillity in an open-air hot spring during your stay in Hakone
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Takayama, Kanazawa & Around, Japan
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- 24/7 emergency assistance
- Firsthand knowledge
- Renowned service
- Award-winning tour operator