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NATURAL BEAUTY IN NIKKO

Secluded along Lake Chuzenji and overlooking Mount Nantai, The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko breathes tranquility. Throughout the hotel, local elements are elevated yet retain Japan’s beautiful minimalism: luxury accommodations feature traditional engawas, or porches, and the wellness experience is highlighted by a private onsen, or hot spring, the only of its kind for The Ritz-Carlton.

  • A private hotel onsen, or hot spring, the only of its kind at The Ritz-Carlton
  • Hotel spa offering holistic treatments and serene spaces for your time in Nikko
  • Lakefront terrace perfect for a picnic lunch and a view of Lake Chuzenji
  • 94 spacious hotel rooms and suites with Lake Chuzenji or Mount Nantai views

Guest Room Features & Amenities

  • View of Lake Chuzenji or Mount Nantai
  • Genkan, or foyer, to remove shoes before entering the room
  • Traditional engawa, or porch, and a Zen rock garden
  • Oversized stone bathroom with a Japanese-style soaking tub and separate shower
  • Design adapted from local Kanuma-kumiko style
  • In-room dining, minibar and Nespresso coffee machine
  • Asprey bath amenities
  • Yukata robe and slippers
  • 55- to 65-inch LCD TV
  • Turndown service

Property Features & Amenities

  • Two restaurants serving Japanese and Western cuisines, respectively
  • The Bar, a stylish space
  • Public spaces including the Library and a lakefront terrace
  • Luxury spa offering holistic treatments
  • Traditional onsen, or hot spring
  • 24-hour fitness center

Hotel Policies

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.
  • Check-out: 12 p.m.
  • Early check-in and/or late check-out requests are subject to availability and additional charges
  • Reservations must be cancelled 24 hours prior to the day of arrival to avoid a cancellation fee
  • Smoking is not permitted in accommodations

Accessibility Information

  • Self-parking
  • Main entrance
  • Front desk
  • Route to accessible guest rooms
  • Lounge
  • Spa entrance
  • Fitness center entrance
  • Service animals are permitted