Lakeside Villa Suimeikaku is an onsen ryokan that sits near Lake Sui Meikaku and gives its guests the freedom to appreciate the beauty of the Midori site. The Midori mountains are part of the Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group of the Ishikari Mountains. The ryokan has a total of 8 rooms that cost around 30,000 to 70,000 JPY per night, including complete amenities and hot spring baths. The body of water around the area includes fourteen lakes and ponds. The open-air baths of the onsen feature both cypress and stone materials, with their water source having healing properties and skin benefits. Lakeside Villa Suimeikaku is accessible through land rides coming from the New Chitose Airport and Sapporo Station.
Does this place have a private onsen for couples and families? Is this venue tatoo friendly?
(1) All rooms have scenic view hot spring baths
(2) Rental hot spring baths for private use (outside guest rooms): 2 baths
Hydrogen carbonate spring, Chloride spring
Tourist spots nearby
Lake Shikotsu, Noboribetsu Onsen, Lake Toya
Number of rooms
Rooms with open-air baths
Is this place ryokan only or ryokan with an onsen?
Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)?
Is there a communal shared public bath?
Are there additional rental options?
With open-air tubs 2 With indoor tubs 0 With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0 Hours 2 pm-11 pm, 6 am-11 am Price Free / 60 minutes How to book Reserve upon check-in
Price range (yen)
The price includes one dinner and one breakfast
Lakeside Villa Suimeikaku onsen ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ With only 8 rooms, we really didn't know what to expect. But, we were happily surprised. They picked us up at the bus stop which was helpful, especially in the winter. Though not fancy, this hotel was low key elegant, not to mention that it is located right next to the lake and every room has a view of the lake. We love the view from our room and it was a spacious room, with our own onsen. The room was clean and comfortable. The dining room also has fantastic views. Our Italian dinner and Japanese breakfast were delicious. At sunset and sunrise, we walked out of the front door of the hotel and there was this beautiful lake. So peaceful! Service was excellent! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Everything is great. Room is very clean and spacious. Mountain and lake view from our room is memorable. Unlike many onsen hotels, Suineikaku doesn't have a hint of cigarette smell. Dinner and breakfast was great too. Highly recommend. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ So peaceful and calm. I came here in early January, and it's so beautiful to see everything covers in snow. I could see myself go back every year to relax and recharge.
The location is awesome as it's right next to Lake Shikotsu. It is expensive, but the service is A+, Japanese breakfast and Italian dinner are included, and you have your private onsen and massage chair! They also have two outdoor onsen for you to enjoy as well.
Lakeside Villa Suimeikaku
Total rating: 4.5
Excellent lakeside onsen hotel with delicious dinner
We had a very wonderful stay at the hotel.
I first would like to thank the staff of the hotel. They are friendly, helpful and thoughtful in providing services ranging from picking us up at the bus stop, providing transport information to serving breakfast & dinner.
Our room, as well as the onsen inside, has a stunning lakeside view. The room is spacious and clean. It was enjoyable seeing the beautiful lakeside view while sitting relaxingly on the massage chair.
The western dinner using seasonal local food was very delicious and impressive. To me, the quality was comparable to or even better than those served in some one-Michelin-star restaurants.
The breakfast was not as good as the dinner, but the view of the restaurant in the morning was amazing.
I particularly like that the hotel is a small one, so there were not many tourists around. We could enjoy a quiet environment.
I definitely will stay here again if I will visit Lake Shikotsu again in future.
Right by the lake , as clean as you can imagine , private onsen , Italian dinner , waking distance to some local shops and amenities , walking distance to a big park where you can stroll for an hour or so . Best place to unwind after ski
Why should you stay at Ryokan? You should go here. I loved a lot this place. food, Onsen and service were totally amazing although the room was little bit old but still clean and well-organized. Italian course dinner and breakfast with the local ingredients and materials were amazing. I felt that Japanese culinary culture get its huge competitive edge from their local food ingredients.
료칸을 왜 가야하느냐? 여기 가보시면 아실 겁니다. 진심으로 마음에 들었고요, 모든 면에서. 룸컨디션은 약간 오래되긴 했지만 그래도 fair enough 하고요. 이탈리안 코스 디너와 조식 모두 대단했는데 식재료가 엄청났습니다. 일본 미식 문화는 그들의 뛰어난 재료에서 일단 경쟁우위가 있음을 느끼게 되었습니다.
best Ryokan experience
My husband and I stayed here for my birthday, and we had the best experience. The ryokan is located right on the lake is so so relaxing. We enjoyed strolling around the quaint little area by the lake, hiking, and bird watching. The food in the restaurant is some of the best food I have ever eaten in my life! It's Italian fusion and there are so many delicious and beautiful courses. The staff at the ryokan were so kind as well. On the night of my birthday they brought us out a special birthday dessert. We enjoyed the private onsen and relaxing in our room. This was probably the most relaxing vacation I've ever had. Thank you for such a wonderful experience and for your kind staff!
A delightful combination of the Old with the New
This 8 room ryokan is 35 mins from New Chitose Airport. Perched on the water's edge of Lake Shikotsu, it has rooms that face the lake and the setting sun.
Each room has a little onsen tub of its own that is comfortable for one a cosy squeeze for two. Rooms 106 and 107 have the tub that faces the lake and is a beautiful place to watch the brilliant sunsets that the lake is renowned for.
There are also two open air onsets that you can reserve in one-hour blocks of time. One has a zen like large wooden tub and the other is a rock pool. With the booking you can enjoy an onsen with your significant other in privacy.
Rooms are small but well designed with space for arm chairs to watch the view through a large picture window. There is also a massage chair provided. Beds are very comfortable but two twin beds rather than a larger double bed.
Service is excellent but the typical restrained, quiet Japanese type.
The jewel in the stay is the really excellent Japanese-Italian fusion restaurant run a young Japanese chef. His food used super fresh local produce prepared with the lightest sauces that perfectly balance the flavours without detracting from the natural flavours of the meat, fish or vegetables.This trip was at the end of a 3 week stay at many other high-end ryokans throughout Hokkaido and this restaurant can easily best the finest served at other places! It was really that good!