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The hotel is looking rather new though it's been about ten years since it has been opened. The key attraction is the sacred waterfall on the premises which can be seen from the outdoor hot spring up on the roof of the hotel. Whether you're...More
We booked a western/Japanese room, which consisted of a twin bedroom and a tatami room with a view of the garden. For people who aren't sure about sharing a communal bath, I highly recommend booking a private family bath for 1hr for 2000yen (half price...More
The hotel is around 15mins walk from Hakone-Yumoto station. If you arrived with luggage, my advise is to take the hotel shuttle bus; pay the 100yen, it is well worth it. I'm glad I took the shuttle bus. If ever at the ticket booth in...More
Very high quality onsen but with a price that matches. The staff were very friendly and accomodating with nothing too much trouble. The baths are excellent. Only let down by the huge size of the building and the buffet. Wouldn't necessarily recommend for non-Japanese speakers.
Getting to the hotel was easy. There is a shuttle bus that does the rounds of a number of hotels.
Our room was ok. Nothing to get too excited about or complain about.
The onsen is the reason to go. Being in a hot pool...More
The Japanese style private baths comes in various shapes and styles. You can reserve them by the hour. They come with an adjacent Japanese style room where you can change and relax. The fee is reasonable and it allows you to... More
The Japanese style private baths comes in various shapes and styles. You can reserve them by the hour. They come with an adjacent Japanese style room where you can change and relax. The fee is reasonable and it allows you to avoid waiting for the public bath when the hotel is crowded. My favorite is the wooden "kashikiriburo"