TOKYO, Japan – November 27, 2018 – ORIX Real Estate Corporation (“ORIX Real Estate”) announced that the Unazuki Yamanoha onsen hotel it operates will reopen on March 1, 2019. The onsen hotel’s official website (https://www.unazuki-yamanoha.jp) has also been renewed, and is accepting reservations.
In September 2018, the Unazuki Suginoi Hotel rebranded as Unazuki Yamanoha. Renovation works—including earthquake proofing for the Main Building, increasing the number of guest rooms, and establishing new private baths and a relaxation room—have now been completed and, when it reopens, the onsen hotel will enable guests to relax with even greater peace of mind.
A special accommodation plan commemorating the reopening is also set to go on sale*. The Monitor Room Plan enables guests to stay in fully renovated deluxe rooms at standard room prices, and even includes small souvenirs. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy the revitalized Unazuki Yamanoha.
By operating the hotel with its deep roots in the local region, ORIX Real Estate seeks both to promote the Kurobe Unazuki hot spring resort, and to ensure that Unazuki Yamanoha becomes the hotel that is favored by visitors from Japan and overseas alike.
*Monitor Room Plan can be reserved through the official website only.
1. Reopening Commemorative Accommodation Plan
Deluxe Room Monitor Plan
(Reservations can only be made through the official website, and are limited to a maximum of five rooms per night)
Duration: March 1 to June 30, 2019
Content: Guests can stay in fully renovated deluxe rooms at standard room prices for one night, including dinner and breakfast; and a small Yamanoha souvenir.
*Guests will be required to answer a Monitor Questionnaire.
Price: Prices start at 10,000 yen (including service fees but excluding tax) per adult, for two adults sharing one room.
2. Details of the renovations
(1) Renovations to guest rooms and the Main Building’s public spaces
The number of guest rooms has been increased by three to a total of 141 rooms. The walls and other surfaces of all guest rooms have been refreshed, and 20 guest rooms have been fully renovated, including baths, sinks, and toilets (10 Japanese/Western style rooms on the sixth and seventh floors of the Main Building, five Western style rooms on the fifth floor of the Main Building, and five Japanese/Western style rooms in the Annex, that have been created by dividing VIP rooms).
(2) The establishment of new private baths and a relaxation room
Three new private baths with unique river and valley, sky, and forest designs have been built on the first floor of the Main Building. Also situated on the first floor is the new relaxation room, where guests can receive relaxing massages. Separate charges apply.
■ Overview of private baths
Number of baths: 3
Charge: 2,500 yen (including service fees but excluding tax) for 60 minutes; a maximum of five guests can use the baths at one time Opening hours: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. (closed for cleaning at certain times)
Reservation method: Guests are asked to make reservations at the front desk on the day they wish to use the private baths. Reservations accepted on a first‐come, first‐served basis.
Corporate Planning Department