Located at the entrance to the Alpine Route, the Omachi Hot Spring Village hosts a number of hotels and Japanese-style inns “Ryokan” featuring outdoor baths for your bathing pleasure and relaxation. Kuzu Hot Spring is the oldest in this area, with 3 separate lodgings contained in a beautiful narrow valley. The area around the “Three Nishina Lakes” (Kizaki Lake, Nakatsuna Lake, and Aoki Lake) is home to many family-run lodges and western-style boarding houses. There are also many lodging establishments in the areas around Omachi train station, as well as the Miasa and Yasaka districts. Resort hotels with hot springs are found in Hinatayama Kogen along the Alpine Route.
See also Hot Springs page.