Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Misato Iwaki
The room was a little basic and small for me and the "garden view" was a few rocks and the back of an air conditioning unit. Mind you we stopped off to use the hot springs and boy where they amazing. You get like a whole room and a hot tub with the local spring water and you are in there for a full 30 mins to relax and chill - one session when you arrive and another before you go . Really worth a visit and it left my skin feeling amazing. As a word of warning the one site restaurant is nice but does not sell alcohol !
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