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Four Seasons Yuzawa Quattro

By Madeline Cash

Yuzawa Quattro provides the familiar comfort of a Four Seasons with the aesthetic of a traditional Japanese homestay.

Each individually themed suite comes equipped with comfy luxurious beds, a private open-air hot spring bath and balcony, and modern facilities like LCD TVs, Bose audio system, free Wi-Fi and a coffee machine. A traditional Japanese multi-course dinner is served every night, and guests can request a Western-style breakfast served in their room.

Easily accessable, the Four Seasons Yuzawa Quattro is a 5-minute walk from JR Echigo-yuzawa Shinkansen (bullet train) Station. Free pick-up services are offered from the station and luggage storage services are offered for free as well. Ski equipment rental is available onsite, and Yuzawa Kogen Ski Resort and NASPA Ski Garden are both within a 10-minute drive.

 

Address: 〒949-6101 Niigata Prefecture, Minamiuonuma District, Yuzawa, 1926-4

Website: www.quattro-yuzawa.jp

Tel: 03-5379-5668

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