Hotels in Nikko, Japan

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Where to Stay in Nikko, Japan?


Locals from Tokyo and neighbouring locales, consider Nikko as a day-trip location, but to immerse yourself in its ethereal and soothing beauty a good halt of 2-3 days is recommended. Given the number of world heritage sites, shrines and the things to do in Nikko, it’s wise to spend more than a day here. Accommodation in Nikko comes in various forms. From camping sites (most functional during the autumn months), hostels, lodges, bed and breakfasts, traditional ryokans to luxury resorts, Nikko has it all. Most of these feature traditional Japanese characteristics, and are centred around the attractions. Some mid-budget and luxurious accommodations also come with their private hot springs and open air baths, perfect for an in-house rejuvenation. The Yunoko Lake is laced with some brilliant accommodations, too. 

Hotels Near Attractions in Nikko