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2692-3 Hazako, Hamajimacho, Shima 517-0403 Mie Prefecture
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  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
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#3 of 88 hotels in Shima
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Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Shima does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Nemu Resort Hotel Nemu, a nice option for travellers like you.

Rooms at Nemu Resort Hotel Nemu offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

24 hour front desk, newspaper, and currency exchange are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Nemu Resort Hotel Nemu, free parking is available.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Shima, Nemu Resort Hotel Nemu is located a short distance from Kashikojima Bridge (1.6 mi) and Hanakake Ebisu (2.2 mi).

While visiting Shima, you may want to try some ramen at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Nishiguchiya.

If you’re looking for something to do, Shima Rose Farm is a nice way to spend some time.

Nemu Resort Hotel Nemu puts the best of Shima at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Yoga classes
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Golf course
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Hot bath
Outdoor pool
Yoga room
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary tea
Complimentary welcome drink
Outdoor dining area
Vending machine
Mini golf
Tennis court
Table tennis
Free shuttle or taxi services
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Meeting rooms
Hot spring bath
Open-air bath
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akicalifornia wrote a review 1 Sep
Tokyo, Japan18 contributions10 helpful votes
I’m writing my excruciating experience at this hotel in Japanese for local travelers. ホテルの対応が最悪で二度と行かない。海外、国内、観光やビジネスでさまざまなホテルに宿泊してきたが、ここまで客目線で対応できないホテルは初めて。 感想を一言でいうと、”気が利かない”気を使うスタッフ多々です。 ぜひ、ホテルスタッフには、友人・恋人との旅行、家族旅行、1人旅、いろんな旅を経験して、客目線でのホテルステイを勉強してもらい。“旅”を知らないから対応ができないんだと思う。 下記、私のレビュー。 滞在中必ず苗字で呼んでいただけるが、送迎バスを頼む時やタオルなどリクエストする際、必ず2名さまでよろしかったでしょうかと、全てのスタッフが2名の宿泊だとずっと思い込んでいて、1人と何度も言わさせられた。その都度「あ、お1人様ですね、1名様ですね」と返され1人旅をバカされている気分になった。そういう意図はないとは思うが、客目線で対応できてないと、客はこのような気分になる。客に対する配慮全くなし。 世界中旅をすると、1人旅をしている人は普通にいる。スタッフはもっとhospitalityを勉強したほうがいい。 そもそも客のことを理解してないなら、名前で呼ぶ資格はないと思う。「お客様」でいい。 <レストラン> 一番不快だったのが夕食時のレストランの対応。 広々とした席が空いてるのにも関わらず、案内されたのが、カップル2組の間にある壁側向きに座る狭い席だった。 落ち着かないほか、狭くて居心地がとても悪かったため、席変えをリクエスト。こんな席に案内されるのは初めて。気が利かないを通り越して呆れた。 その後、スタッフに料理について聞くと、量などの質問に答えらず、これはアペタイザー、アラカルトですかって聞いても通じない、辿々しい対応。 だんだんと食欲もなくなり、気分も悪くなったため、部屋で食べさせていただきたいとお願いしたら、うちはルームサービスがないので、ここで食べるかキャンセルしてくださいと言われた。 仕方なくレストランで食べることにしたが、ちらし寿司につく醤油の量があまりにも少なさすぎて、醤油の追加を頼むが、そのスタッフは客のテーブルの片付けに夢中になってて、なかなか醤油を持ってこない。 ちなみに料理の味も東京の寿司屋で食べるちらし寿司のがおいしい。カットされた魚が小さすぎて何の魚を食べてるのかもわからず、量も少なかった。朝食も出張で泊まるビジネスホテルと変わらない質、特別感なし。 <ラウンジ> 接客するスタッフがいないことが多く、昼食を取る時フロントまでスタッフを呼びに行った。面倒なラウンジが第一印象。メニューの数も少ない。 また午後アイスコーヒーが飲みたくなったが、スタッフがいる気配がないため、常に入りづらい空間。広いのにスタッフを呼びに行かないと案内されない残念なラウンジだった。 <売店> 売店で売っている飲み物やお菓子の商品数が少ない。レストランもラウンジも使いづらいため、飲食にほんと困った。ちなみに近くの町に出るのに車で15分は必要。事前に予約しないと無料送迎バスはすぐ使えないためこれもとても不便だった。 <大浴場> お風呂は3つあり、広くてよかったが、お風呂がある地下に降りる階段付近と風呂のシャワーエリアがドブ臭い。また鏡エリアが髪やファンデーションの粉が落ちてて汚かった。もっと定期的に掃除してほしい。 以上、私は二度と行かないが、今後の参考になればと思い正直にレビューしました。
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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SandBTokyo wrote a review Feb 2021
Minato, Japan360 contributions142 helpful votes
This hotel is on a huge and beautiful property which you can enjoy in any season. You can get a cart to drive around, nice natural walk and views. The hotel is newly renovated, clean and very nice service. Due to the design of the hotel the rooms have no view. The onsen is OK but not great. Rather small and cold unless you are in the bath. No sauna. Dinner and breakfast is nice. After dinner they have marshmallow cooking outside for the kids. Shima is a beautiful place to visit. We recommend Shima Spain Village amusement park and also Ninja Kingdom Ise.
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Date of stay: December 2020
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Miracosta wrote a review Oct 2019
Honolulu, Hawaii822 contributions134 helpful votes
We stayed 2 nights for Shima trip. This is fantastic resort with huge properties. We chose this hotel because it seems to offer more activities and size of the properties. It seemed renovated old resorts so I wasn't expected too much, but it turns out great stay. 1. Property Huge property sharing with Amanemu resorts for the part. There are several trails within the properties. Hike to the sunset beach, or hike to the wet lands to the shore, or hike to Marina. Each road was paved and very easy hike but it's so quiet and isolated, perfect getaway if you love nature. 2. Amenities -There's a laundry room. Washer/Dryer was free but you need to purchase soap. It was great features as we are traveling from US, any laundry occasion helps. -Bath: Women's side has huge dressing room with Mikimoto cosmetics. There are 1 wood tub, 1 granite Pearl tub and 1 outdoor tub. Each tub is not that huge but I only see one or two person at a time. 3. Activities -Free activities includes: Free "welcome" drink by the lobby. Orange juice, Honey lemonade, Hojicha and cookies were there all the time. -8pm-10pm there was fire pit outdoor with lounge chairs to see the stars. It was totally isolated and quiet, just the sounds of bugs and birds. Great detachment and we really loved it. They were also coffee and mushmarrows for roasting for free. -Rest of the activities such as Yoga, bike, golf cart, standing paddle, fishing, cruise is with additional charge and very expensive. It was great idea to have activities but I think hotel should reduce the rates by 1/2, otherwise nobody will order them. 4. Room: We had Deluxe Twin room wish comes with lounge area. Twin room was slightly wider than "twin' size. Room was huge. Separate toilet and bathroom with large vanity area. Amazing views of Bay and we really enjoyed. Building seems old, but we were very happy with the layout of the room and quality of linens. Room has 2 sets of Futons for an additional guests. There were lounge wear which can wear to the bath or restaurants and cotton pajamas which helped a lot. 5. Food -We had cheapest Kaiseki package with breakfast. Dinner: Dinner was served at restaurant. Each table had good space in between with very large dining table. Tastefully remodeled throughout and didn't feel old at all. Portion was small but we both got full in the end. Quality of foods were amazing so as presentations and plates. For the 2nd nights they provided different menu for us and it was fantastic dinner. Breakfast has western and Japanese breakfast but I personally enjoyed the Japanese breakfast. Quality of foods are great and we really enjoyed the meal. Overall we were very happy with the service and facilities. It was one of the memorable place to stay. *there aren't many convini or store nearby. I'd highly recommend to get the drinks or snacks before arriving to the hotel. Hotel does not have convini and very limited selection.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Smulan wrote a review Apr 2019
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Stayed here with my mother for two nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. Was not sure what to expect, partly based on other reviews, however it really surprised us on the upside. The staff were all incredible, yes some of them don’t speak fluent English however they all make a monumental effort to communicate, so there really is very little language barrier. The hotel facilities are great, incredibly clean and well presented. The Onsen is divine and doesn’t disappoint. There are three Onsen baths to choose from and each is a gem. The rooms are stunning and very well laid out. We had booked a deluxe but opted for a premier deluxe based on the view which was breathtaking and the beds are the best we have slept in for our entire Japan trip. The food is expensive but we are in Japan and everything is. That being said it was absolutely delicious and well worth the cost. We took a cab from the Ugata train station which barely took 10 minutes and cost about ¥2,300. There are lots of beautiful walks nearby, down to the ocean front and along the golf course. Would highly recommend it.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Masae K wrote a review Jul 2018
22 contributions3 helpful votes
賢島と伊勢神宮、伊勢志摩エリア周りに家族で利用しました。 自然豊かな環境でリラックス。 ただ、ホテルのグレードがコストに見合うだけではなく、施設とスタッフサービスが残念。 温泉と朝食ブッフェは普通。アメニティがよかった。 Any chance to visit Ise Shima area and Kashikojima, I have been wished to go. Thanks for preserving the great nature around the hotel areas, we stayed with family and fully pampered with. I recommend this hotel especially for the people who can enjoy the atmosphere without bothering yourself as well as family with children. You can enjoy lovely small fire camping outside in the dark everyday with complimentary marshmallow to roast by self and tasty coffee together. Also the hot springs were great for relaxing, clean and neat. However it’s a pity there is quite distance to get onsen facilities from those rooms and I wonder how disabled people can get there without elevator? Not a few activities are welcoming though you have to be careful with the price as most of things here come with price! As a result we enjoyed nature walk and yoga in the early morning. Don’t forget bringing your beautiful yoga wear when you try it or you put your unsophisticated hotel pajamas to help yourself, who care:(!? For the hotel manager, i have two favors at least; #1. it would be much better for non native Japanese if you modify English subtitles correctly or it’s such shame on literal translation here around. #2. Sometimes it seems lack of Service mindset for hotel staff to your-guests. I was kept waiting to check in for half an hour without care. It was disappointed without doubt and from the beginning I felt so bad impression and this is miserable. It’s not economy hotel class with standard service level, classic facilities but you can enjoy beautiful moment to stay in.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 19 Jul 2018
この度は、数ある宿泊施設の中から、NEMU RESORTをご利用いただき、誠にありがとうございます。 楽しみにしてくださった当リゾートでの滞在であるにも関わらず、 施設やサービスにつきまして大変残念な思いをさせてしまいましたこと、 まずは深くお詫び申し上げます。 滞在中のお客様のご期待に添えず残念な気持ちさせてしまったばかりでなく、 ご旅行の楽しみであるべき、温泉や朝食につきましても「普通であった」とのお言葉、 スタッフ一同重く受け止めております。 そのようなお気持ちであったにも関わらず、 滞在中はもとよりチェックアウトの際にも、お気持ちを汲み取ることができなかったこと、 サービスマンとしてただただ情けなく深くお詫び申し上げます。 今一度、サービスの原点に立ち返り、今後このようなことがないよう、 教育を徹底しサービス力を向上してまいりたく存じます。 またのお越しを心よりお待ち申し上げております。
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PDMG1 wrote a review Jun 2018
Antwerp, Belgium25 contributions22 helpful votes
Great resort in an off the beaten track area. Highlights are the stylish Japanese decor room (sea view is recommended), large onsen with 3 different types of baths and quality skin products and the huge garden/parc (beautiful walk all the way to the seaside). We don't play golf so no opinion on the course. Many other activities but not cheap. Staff was highly limited in English. Overall, a nice stay at a Nemu!
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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catchau wrote a review Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China98 contributions85 helpful votes
The hotel is newly renovated located right next to golf course. We stayed at the Japanese tatami room. Golf package includes room, meal and golfing. Good value. We also enjoyed the Japanese breakfast, diner and pizza. There is private yacht for hotel guest, camp fire and also hot spring. Staff are very helpful although not all English speaking. Good enough for a nice stay.
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Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from 早紀 濱, other at NEMU RESORT
Responded 24 Jan 2018
Thank you for your staying in NEMU RESORT this time. It is a great pleasure we hear that you enjoyed the hotel and playing golf. We hope you'll visit us in another season again. We look forward to welcoming you back.
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beachycali wrote a review Aug 2017
Los Angeles, California206 contributions53 helpful votes
I haven’t seen many reviews of Nemu Resort by people from the U.S., so I tried to be as descriptive as possible. Sorry if this is a bit long. My partner and I stayed at Nemu Resort in July for 2 nights and enjoyed it. This was our fifth work trip to Japan, and we wanted to find a quiet place that felt secluded and also had an outdoor swimming pool (outdoor swimming pools are not so easy to find in Japan). We arrived by taking the Shinkansen bullet train from Tokyo to Nagoya, and then a limited express train from Nagoya to Ugata station. The whole trip took about 4 hours from Tokyo. The hotel will pick you up in a free shuttle if you go one more stop to Kashikojima station. But the shuttle comes only once an hour and we didn’t want to wait, so we took a taxi that cost around 4000 yen (around $30 USD). Upon arrival at the hotel, a friendly staff member was waiting outside and helped with our baggage. The lobby is very pretty, and looks to be recently redone. Everything felt very modern and stylish, with lots of places to sit. We were brought a refreshing welcome beverage and someone from reception came over to help us check in. During this time they asked what kind of breakfast we would like and at what time. I should note that we have been studying Japanese for about a year, so we can understand basic conversation. However, she was speaking a very polite, formal and fast version of Japanese so we struggled to understand everything she said. I think that the staff probably has a formal script that they are supposed to follow when people check in, but if they want more foreign guests, it would be much easier if she just said the word for breakfast (which is “Asa Gohan”), and then pointed to the two options. In any case, this hotel seemed geared towards local Japanese couples and families (which is the experience we wanted). Anyway, back to breakfast. You have your choice of western or japanese breakfast. The western breakfast is served in the lobby area, whereas the japanese breakfast is served in their restaurant and has table service. We tried both and preferred the western breakfast. The western breakfast had a nice selection including eggs, various breakfast meats, salads, teas, coffee, fresh juices, pastries, breads, and cereals. The japanese breakfast is a very elegant set menu and consists of a series of dishes including miso soup and rice, grilled fish, pickled vegetables, etc… If you like japanese breakfasts then you will love this, otherwise I would stick with the western one. The hotel room on the 4th floor was lovely. Spacious, with two full sized comfortable beds and a seating area. However, our room was facing the parking lot which was not our preference. We asked if they could give us a room facing the ocean, and after a few minutes, they were happy to switch our room. The view on the other side is similar, with floor to ceiling windows showcasing lots of trees and forest, but on this side you can see the ocean in the distance on your right, and no parking lot. Other reviewers mention that you can see the roof of the lobby if you look down, which is true. This is true of most hotels that were built in the 1960’s, and it didn’t bother us. When laying in bed, all you see is a beautiful, tranquil green forest. I would definitely recommend staying on the 4th floor if possible so you can see more of the forest view. After checking in, we decided to rent a golf cart to see the property. I highly recommend doing this at least once, it was really fun to explore. The property is really big and almost feels like a sprawling old resort or summer camp. The golf cart cost us 1000 yen for an hour, but you can also have it for 5000 yen for 24 hours. As soon as we started exploring, it became clear that this huge property had a real history to it. We drove by a bunch of old bungalows that seemed like they had not been in use in a long time, and then we passed what appeared to be an old outdoor amphitheater where concerts used to be held. We drove a little further and saw a huge outdoor sporting complex with soccer fields, tennis courts, and stadium. We passed under a pretty bridge that was covered in vines. We found their private beach which is beautiful and offered a lovely view of the mountains in the distance (this would be a perfect spot to watch the sunset). The grounds are lush and surrounded in beautiful trees and flowers everywhere. There is a large flower meadow with tons of flowers and an old, wooden boardwalk to explore. The owners are clearly updating and renovating the property, but it is massive and a very large scale project to undertake. Because of this, there are some spots outside where you can see the way this place used to be. We drove up to the marina which has some tables and chairs set up near the dock. It’s really more of a boat dock than a marina. There was no one there, so we got back in our golf cart and kept driving. This hotel seems like it was first built in the 1960’s, and the owners showcase this in cool and interesting ways. For example, there are old black and white photos in the hotel elevators showing various parts of the property back in the 1960’s. It’s very cool to see how vibrant and lively it was, especially after driving around those same spots in the golf cart. The pool was refreshing and enjoyable to swim in. However, it is very shallow (about 3 feet deep throughout). It was also very peaceful, with almost no other people there except for 2 employees. On the first day there was a young Japanese couple swimming with their little girl, and on the second day there was a couple swimming who looked like they were on a romantic getaway. Other than that, we had the entire pool to our selves. They do offer light meals and drinks by the pool during the day, which is nice. The onsen is really pretty, with three different pools to choose from. I also liked that the temperature was hot, but not nearly as hot as other onsen we have visited. I spent about 10 minutes in each pool and left feeling very relaxed. We had the kaiseki (chef’s choice) dinner in the hotel on the first night. It was expensive but absolutely delicious and beautiful, and it took at least 2.5 hours. The cost was around $250 for two set dinners and a bottle of white wine. On the second night, we both agreed that we wanted something more casual and less time-consuming. They do have an a la carte menu if you would prefer to order individual dishes. However, this is the only restaurant that is open on the property so you don’t really have a choice of where to go. We took the free shuttle into Kashikojima, thinking we could find a place to return for dinner, but we quickly discovered that there are almost no restaurants there. If you do try and find a restaurant outside the hotel, I would suggest taking a private taxi to Ugata Station instead, as there were more restaurants around that area. But in the end, the cost of the round trip taxi might make it more logical to just eat in the hotel. We figured out (based on our limited Japanese skills) that the hotel lobby served a limited lunch menu from 12:00pm-6:00pm. Without any other options, we decided to have an early dinner in the lobby, which was quicker and much more affordable than the main restaurant. However, once we arrived it turned out that the lunch menu stops at 4:00pm, and they only had one option that you could order between 4:00pm-6:00pm. We arrived at 5:45pm and ordered the only option they had, which was a fried egg, cheese, and ham sandwich with fruit side dish. It was tasty, but we wish there could have been more options later in the day. In terms of sightseeing, there is really not much around this hotel to explore other than Ise Shrine, which is about 50 minutes each way. Overall, we enjoyed the hotel. I would recommend this if you are looking for a quiet and relaxing place to rest and rejuvenate. If you are a couple looking for a romantic place, you will love this. Since this was our 5th trip to Japan, we have already seen many touristy spots and were happy to come here to just relax.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask for a 4th floor room facing the ocean
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ETNN9099 wrote a review Jul 2017
London, United Kingdom566 contributions180 helpful votes
Hotel is located on the top of the hill far away from the Ise city. Drive car is the choice to reach there as you can't have other transportation except hotel shuttle bus. We're reserve two Japanese style tatami rooms. One room which assign us is facing the parking area & another room which facing the tree. The reason we reserve the room in the Internet, the photo looks more natural with full of green tree & see the great view. The room view in my room is disappointed. The onsen is excellent, they separate three different type area and the atmosphere is good. The Japanese style set dinner & the breakfast is good however the food is limit. Staff is friendly & helpful. If you like to play golf, this is the best choice to stay otherwise I'm not suggest to stay this hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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KTJ_Kyoto_JPN wrote a review May 2017
59 contributions10 helpful votes
I usually don't stay at places like this. Nemu is a western style "all inclusive" resort geared at families (I think) or maybe older people. Hard to know who their target audience is. The place is a remodeled resort from the late 60s, but they've done a great job modernizing the building. The lobby and public areas look like any other western style hotel, but if you know what to look for, you'll spot the older decor behind panels and newer additions. There's not a lot to do here unless you want to pay. You can play golf, rent a golf car to drive around, take a harbor cruise, do yoga, etc, but it all costs extra. The only free stuff is the onsen and walking around the large grounds. There's also a night time cafe outdoors in certain seasons. Still, our time there was full and we enjoyed it. My wife did the yoga class in the morning and said it was great. We also rented a golf cart and drove around and did some walking. Beware of the wild boars in the forest nearby. We had to make a quick getaway when they spotted us and started heading our way. There are no other restaurants or stores nearby, so the only place to eat is in the hotel restaurant. It's expensive. VERY expensive. However, the meal was one of the best I've ever had and well worth the cost. We ordered the 8500 yen kaiseki course, and while the number of dishes was a little less than most kaiseki settings, it wasn't an overload of food and felt like the right amount. Breakfast was equally filling and quite impressive. You have an option of western style buffet or Japanese for breakfast, and the hotel suggested the Japanese meal so we went for it. Very satisfying. Room was Japanese style with futons and tatami mats. You can spot the older parts of the room if you know what to look for, but it was clean and enjoyable. Futons were very comfortable and the provided pajamas were some of the best I've worn at a Japanese hotel. Views in most of the rooms are unfortunately not that great. Unless you're up on the top floor, most of your view is just the concrete roof of the main building. Oh well. The highlight was the night time outdoor cafe (one of the few free activities at Nemu). Drinks were served, and they handed out marshmallows to roast at the fire pit. It was fascinating watching Japanese people try their hand at an activity that us Americans grow up with. Lots of marshmallows burnt to a cinder or dropped into the flames! Definitely worth checking out this activity if they offer it when you stay here. Lots of nice walking and nature trails here. If the weather is nice during your stay, this could be a wonderful spot for nature lovers. Only downside was the lack of things to do and the money you need to shell out if you really want to enjoy your time at Nemu. Still, the staff was all really friendly and helpful, and the food and onsen were well worth it. Plenty of English signage for foreign guests.
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Date of stay: May 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Top floor facing west would be the best view
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Responded 12 May 2017
Thank you for staying NEMU HOTEL & RESORT. Thank you for your compliment about room and restaurant. We are very glad to hear that you enjoy our site. We also have some activities menu like cruising,yoga, and golf etc. I'd like you to join some of them. I expect you really enjoy and refresh more. There are some animals and insects here, It means this is a rare environment that people,animals and insects live together. It's a place you feel you are a part of nature. I hope you come again and have some rest and healing in NEMU. Thank you very much for your visiting this time.
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$107 - $208 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Nemu no Sato
JapanChubuTokaiMie PrefectureShimaOkushima Onsen
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Frequently Asked Questions about NEMU RESORT
Which popular attractions are close to NEMU RESORT?
Nearby attractions include Mt. Yokoyama Observation Deck (3.8 km), Kashikojima (2.5 km), and Goza Beach (3.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at NEMU RESORT?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at NEMU RESORT?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at NEMU RESORT?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at NEMU RESORT?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to NEMU RESORT?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ama Hut SATOUMIAN, La Mer The Classic, and Higashiyamabussan.
Are there opportunities to exercise at NEMU RESORT?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and yoga classes during their stay.
Does NEMU RESORT have an airport shuttle?
Yes, NEMU RESORT offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at NEMU RESORT?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at NEMU RESORT?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to NEMU RESORT?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Medoyama Tombs (4.0 km).