The natural hot springs have offered relaxation to Nikko's residents for over a millennium. Now, you can soak in them while surrounded by the beautiful nature.
Rooms and suites draw inspiration from Nikko’s shrines and temples, UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With décor that blends minimalist and traditional touches, all accommodations offer a spacious layout with an engawa, or porch, or a private balcony with a lake or mountain view.
The Japanese Restaurant is an all-day restaurant that showcases the vibrant elements of local cuisine with an à la carte menu and dedicated areas for sushi and teppanyaki. Set within the courtyard, Lakehouse serves creative Western dishes using local ingredients and daily catches. Savor a unique cocktail, sip on a rare Japanese whiskey at the sophisticated Bar, or visit the Lobby Lounge for a light meal and afternoon tea.
The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko, offers a tranquil environment for soothing spa treatments as well as the Ritz-Carlton brand's first indoor and outdoor onsen, which draw natural hot spring water directly from Nikko Yumoto Onsen. The spa also offers a sauna and a peaceful lounge.
Explore the waterfalls, lakes, wetlands, hot springs, and plateaus of Okunikko on a complimentary guided hike or bike ride. Glide across Lake Chuzenji on a stand-up paddleboard or light inflatable packraft. Partake in a fire ceremony at the ancient Chuzenji Temple alongside Buddhist monks or visit UNESCO World Heritage sites Rinnoji Temple and the Toshogu and Futarasan Shrine.
2482, Chugushi. Nikko, 321-1661 Japan
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