Furano Natulux Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFurano Natulux Hotel
The Natulux hotel is conveniently located opposite the Furano JR station. The carpark is located just next to the hotel entrance. The room is small but modern and well laid out. The pillows are comfortable for the non-Japanese traveller that is more used to a softer "western" style pillow. The location is superb. Literally 2 minutes to our BBQ dinner at Yamadori. Because we were here in summer, there was also an awesome festival held at the street just next to the hotel. The performances were memorable and of a very high standard.
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