Hotel Fusch

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Hotel Fusch

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Hotel Fusch4.5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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Hotel Fusch

Hotel Fusch

Hotel Fusch near Ani Ski Resort is more of a pension than a hotel. “Fusch” comes from the name of a small village in Austria, and Hotel Fusch is an old European style pension that aims to give you a taste of Tirol. It even has a maze of bric-a-brac and indoor plants, just like many old-school pensions in Europe.

Where is Hotel Fusch?

Hotel Fusch is the closest lodging to the Ani Ski Resort in the Akita Prefecture; just 850 metres (2 minute drive) from the base building of the ski area. If you’re driving, the telephone number for GPS navigation is 0186-82-3155.

If you don’t have a car, you can get a complimentary pick up from the Aniai train station on the Akita Nariku Line. The transfer takes about 20 minutes. The pension owner will also transport you between Hotel Fusch and the ski area.

Rooms

Hotel Fusch has 13 guest rooms. Room types:

 

  • Single room (1 single western bed) with bathroom
  • Twin room (2 single western beds) with bathroom
  • Triple room (3 single western beds) with bathroom
  • Quad room (4 single beds) with bathroom, small sitting area
  • Japanese style room for up to 4 guests

Rooms have a TV and small fridge.


Facilities

Facilities and services:
  • Free wifi
  • Free parking
  • Shuttle service  
  • Ski/snowboard storage
  • Pet friendly
  • Mama-san speaks tiny bits of English – enough to get by

Dining

You have the option of a room only plan (NB there are no shops near Ani), breakfast only included, or half board with breakfast and dinner included. For breakfast you can choose between Japanese or more western-style cuisine, or alternate between the two. A massive multi-course set dinner is also either western or Japanese.

You can buy a draft beer with dinner, but if you want après ski drinks, it’s best to BYO.

Booking Information

You can email Sato at Ani Ski Resort to make a booking query: [email protected]

Hotel Fusch only accepts cash payments.

Hotel Fusch Rates & Availability

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Hotel Fusch Packages

This property currently has no lifts & lodging packages available.

Hotel Fusch Features, Amenities & Services

Property

  • Parking
  • Pet friendly
  • Restaurant
  • Ski lockers
  • WiFi

Rooms

  • Breakfast available
  • Fridge
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Private bathroom
  • TV
  • WiFi

Services

  • Shuttle to lifts

Hotel Fusch Location

Hotel Fusch Reviews

Hotel Fish

04/04/2020

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    Hotel Fish

    04/04/2020
    One of the fish courses
    Our room
    A touch of Tirol
    Proximity to Ani Ski Resort
    We really enjoyed our stay at the quaint old-style Austrian pension. The owner Mama-san (Junko Kikuchi) was an amazing highlight of our stay, and even though her English was about as bad as our Japanese, she was an absolute delight.

    Some of the Japanese pronounce this hotel as “Hotel Fish” and we definitely got plenty of fish during the impressive Japanese dinner and breakfast! Luckily, we like fish because there was a lot of it the night we had a Japanese meal, along with a nabe and other little dishes. Actually the night we had the western dinner there was also some seafood! Don’t worry if you don’t like seafood because they’ll be plenty else to choose from. Junko served up an abundance of food, and despite us being very hungry, we only made a small dent in the amount of food she served up. Junko loves cooking and there were only a handful of guests there, so perhaps that’s why she was trying to overfeed us!

    The two of us stayed in a quad room which was really large. The room, whilst dated, was very adequate, and it was nice that we had a private bathroom considering that many pensions have shared bathrooms. Like a lot of pensions, it was a bit cold in the corridors, which was quite refreshing after having been in Niseko where it seemed that every hotel had their heating up way too high.

    The ornamentation at Hotel Fusch was way OTT and it’s always Xmas (the Xmas decorations have been up for years apparently)! Typically European pensions have lots of indoor plants and decorations, but Junko takes it to a whole other level.

    Fusch was a lovely tranquil place to stay to escape the hubbub that you find at some other Japanese ski destinations, and to enjoy beautiful Japanese hospitality.
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