Travelers who have reviewed the hotel and onsen call Yuki Resort Kinpaso a fantastic place to stay. The food is marvelous and beautifully presented; the staff is reportedly very friendly and helpful; and the ocean views are great. Aside from enjoying Japanese hospitality in a traditional ryokan setting, there is plenty to do on site.
Souvenir shops are within the property limits, meaning you don’t have to go far for fun. The hotel also has an up-to-date arcade, karaoke, billiards and ping-ping. Spa activities include a steam room, massage, an outdoor swimming pool, as well as indoor and outdoor paths—public and private.
Yuki Resort Kinpaso boasts year-round reasonable rates—1 night is usually around 80-85 USD per guest. 2 meals are included in the fee, which is a great deal since many hotels do not offer breakfast and dinner. Wi-Fi and parking are free. Don’t want to pay in cash? No worries there either. Accepted credit cards include Visa, American Express, Diners’ Club International, Master Card, JCB and Mitsubishi UFJ Nicos.