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Ofuro café utatane

Saitama/Onaricho, Kita Ward, Saitama City
Post this station

3,000 JPY 〜/1 night
4.27 (110)

Description

Located in Omiya City, Saitama Prefecture, Ofuro Cafe utatane is a hot bath facility that offers not only baths but also a stylish cafe, a lounge where you can read comics as much as you like, a working space where you can work, and accommodations. Located 8 minutes on foot from the New Shuttle Railway Museum Station, it is under the elevated railway tracks, so you can sleep in your car without worry in rainy weather. *A morning bath (5: 00 -9: 00) is included, and overnight parking is available for 1,000 yen.

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Basic Facilities

24h Toilet
Water
WiFi
Playground
Pets Allowed
Smoking Area
Vending Machine
Washing Dryer
Waste Water Discharge
Security Cameras
EV Charger Stand
Administrator
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station

Additional Fee Facilities

Electricity socket
Not available
Non-free Wifi
Not available
Non-free Shower
Not available
Onsen (Adult)
¥1500/person
Onsen (Child)
¥750/person
Dustbin
Not available
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
Not available
Tent (For 2-3 people)
Not available
Tent (For 4-5 people)
Not available
Cooking Allowed
Not available
BBQ Facilities Rental
Not available
Bonfire Allowed
Not available

Nearby Facilities

Convenient Store
ファミリーマート (100m)
Supermarket
ロジャース (600m)
Gasoline
エネオス (500m)
Restaurant
いきなりステーキ (200m)
24h Toilet
おふろcafé utatane、ファミリーマート (100m)
Onsen
おふろcafé utatane (0m)

Parking space

Maximum lots12 lot(s)
Parking Area Size:Length 5.3・Breadth 2.2・Height NaN m
※ Car size can be referred from here

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Cancellation Deadline

17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here

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4.27(110 reviews)
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1p
3.00Mon, Nov 27, 2023

一年前ぐらいに、さいたまスーパーアリーナでの2日間のライブのために利用しました。3000円で日をまたいで丸一日停めておける車中泊可能な駐車場と考えれば、この界隈ではお得なのではないかと。朝風呂はオマケみたいなもんです。 ただ、ここって簡単に無断駐車できね?と思えてしまう感がなきしもあらず。管理されてるかはわかりません。「気がする」だけです。そういった不安妄想が強い方には精神衛生上オススメできないかと。 温泉、否、お風呂は普通です。今年も利用させていただくと思います。

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みや
5.00Sun, May 28, 2023
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車中泊一泊しました。今回は2回目です。前回はコロナ中とあって空いていましたが、今回は夜遅くの訪問にもかかわらずとても混み合っていました。混んでいると言っても、全く寛げるスペースがないというわけではなく、レストランは20分程度の待ちでした。料理は美味しいですね。サウナカレーは汗だくになりました。漫画は割と最新の人気のものをそろえているためか、全巻まとめて持って行ってしまう方が多かったですね。混んでいたため、混雑のため少し受付周りがばたついていましたが、イライラしているスタッフがいなくてみんな穏やかに対応されていたのが流石だなと思いました。前回も思ったのですが、今回も老人がほぼゼロで、それがオシャレな雰囲気を損なわないという意味で良かったです。

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コンジロウ
5.00Fri, May 5, 2023

スタッフの方が親切でした。また利用したいです。

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ST
1.00Thu, May 4, 2023

車中泊費を払うだけ無駄。 行って泊まればわかる。 施設的にも車中泊には向いていない。 夜中まで車、電車、話し声、音楽、全てがうるさい。 トイレも狭い。歯も磨きにくい。顔も洗えない。 オススメしないが、レビューをこれ以上書くのが面倒なので行って代わりに書いて欲しい。

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ヒロ
4.00Tue, Apr 18, 2023

一泊利用させていただきました。施設内でゆっくりでき車内では寝るだけでした。 皆さんおっしゃっているようにトイレは少し遠く感じました。 でも、また利用したいです。

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3,000 JPY 〜/1 night
4.27 (110)
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