APA Hotel Stay Toyama, Reopened on February 22 After Rebranding

APA Hotel Stay Toyama

APA Hotel has rebranded and reopened APA Hotel Toyama as “APA Hotel Stay Toyama” on February 22.

The hotel was lent to Toyama Prefecture as a lodging facility for COVID-19 for approximately two years. It has been remodeled to specialize in sauna facilities, leading to its renewal opening.

This is the first hotel to offer an “all-inclusive service”, allowing guests free access to a breakfast buffet, sauna, lounge drink service, and a late-night serving of the APA president’s curry. All rooms have been renovated, offering six types of 274 rooms including standard rooms and DENBA space single rooms.

A new sauna named “Itadaki” is set up on the second floor, becoming the largest sauna facility in the prefecture. It features private sauna booths and a personal cold-water bath made from Shigaraki pottery. The men’s sauna includes the largest outdoor and indoor air bathing spaces in Toyama City.

In addition to the standard lodging plans, day-use sauna plans, monthly plans, and weekly plans are also available. The day-use sauna operates from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm (last entry at 5:00 pm), with prices starting from 1,000 yen (tax included) for four hours.

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