Hotels Near Ayame Zushi In Izunokuni
0.05km from Ayame ZushiA 5-minute taxi ride from Izu Nagaoka Train Station, Izunagaoka Onsen Azumaya boasts 24-hour hot spring baths. The ryokan can be reached via a 30-minute drive from Numazu Interchange on the Tomei Expressway or Nagaizumi Numazu Interchange on the Shin Tomei Expressway. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms are equipped with a private bathroom. You will find luggage storage space at the property. Japanese dishes prepared using seasonal ingredients are served at Izunagaoka Onsen Azumaya. Fuji is 28 km from Izunagaoka Onsen Azumaya, while Atami is 13 km away.
0.06km from Ayame ZushiI had an amazing stay there in December, the staff did speak a little english which helped. Check in was easy and the room was excellent. I did not expect the food to be as wonderful as it was. Traditional Japanese with a French/European twist at times, really delicious. The Onsen experiences were various and wonderful. It's quiet and as others have written "a modern tranquil ryokan." I am looking forward to my next visit. It is priced modestly for the experience, saw many families there and I was the only westerner and felt 100% welcome and comfortable.
Very Good1 Reviews
0.08km from Ayame ZushiWe are a Japanese traditional hotel built in sukiya-zukuri, tea-ceremony cottage, style and boasting a beautiful Japanese garden showing seasonal changes. We hope our guests enjoy appreciating the interior and design of the hotel, tasting the hana kaiseki traditional Japanese dishes prepared using flowers and seasonal ingredients from Izu and taking open-air baths surrounded by the lush greenery.
0.17km from Ayame ZushiKona is a fantastic modern hotel with and old style Ryokan feel about it. The rooms are large and tidy with a big modern bathroom. While at Kona Stay we enjoyed a couple days of guided E-bike tours which were fantastic. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and was great of pointing out local sights and keeping us safe. My wife who isn't a cyclist was uncertain of her ability for riding the hills. But after our first steep up hill she was amazed at how effortless it was to get up the hill and resulting in +60km of cycling with no sore legs or tiredness. And almost everywhere we went we had a great view of Mt Fuji I'm already planning when to come back with my own bike to explore further. Kona stay was perfect. We will definitely be back again soon!
0.2km from Ayame ZushiOffering a terrace and views of the garden, Hotel Acqua Santa is located in Izunokuni. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and is equipped with a TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Extras include slippers and a hairdryer. Both free WiFi and free private parking are accessible at this property.Hotel Aqua Santa in Izu Nagaoka.I want to cherish contact with people and life more naturally.It was commonplace only 20 years ago.And this is not a retrospective,I cherish the future of Japan itself.Vegetables grown here in Yamano, Izu,With dishes that make use of ingredients such as Sagami Nada in the east and delicious seafood in Suruga Bay in the westWe will entertain you.We will provide you with memorable memories of your trip.
0.21km from Ayame ZushiWe stayed here for 3 nights and enjoyed our stay. A little more Japanese from our part would have made this stay far more enjoyable. Most things are written in Japanese and this meant we were at times unsure if we were following the rules correctly. The Onsen was very hot and would best suit cooler months. We found an awesome place to eat on the street close to our dwellings. It had red lanterns hanging out the front.
0.32km from Ayame ZushiA 5-minute bus ride from Izu Nagaoka Train Station, Ebisuya offers traditional Japanese accommodation. It also features a hot spring bath, karaoke facilities and wellness treatments.Rooms feature tatami (woven-straw) flooring and Japanese futon bedding. They also come with a seating area and flat-screen TV. Bathroom facilities are shared.Ebisuya provides 2 indoor and 2 outdoor hotspring baths. The outdoor kashikiri (private hot spring baths) can be reserved for free. Free private parking and free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.It is a 10-minute train ride to Mishima Shrine and a 20-minute drive to Togo Beach. A 3-minute walk leads to Ashiyu Park. A free pick-up service from Izu Nagaoka Train Station is available from 15:00 - 19:00. Guests will have to call upon arrival for this service.
0.4km from Ayame ZushiA favored location in the Itoen Hotel brand. Same price 365 days a year.
0.43km from Ayame ZushiThis inn used to be the summer home of a very wealthy merchant, founder of the modern Mitsubishi group. It is huge, with a number of old wooden buildings which are joined in a tasteful way by modern corridors and newer buildings. Our room was enormous with a view over what must be the most beautiful view of any inn in Japan. The bath which draws water from a natural hot spring is very nice, without being luxurious. Breakfast and dinner is taken in a separate dining area and the food on the whole is very good. The staff were very responsive and were committed to making our stay comfortable.
Very Good2 Reviews
0.47km from Ayame ZushiThe 3-star Izumi Sou Hotel offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Izu / Atami. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Car park, elevator, shops are there for guest's enjoyment. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer air conditioning, heating, desk, television, refrigerator to ensure a restful night. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including spa, massage. Discover all Izu / Atami has to offer by making Izumi Sou Hotel your base.
0.56km from Ayame ZushiBooked this place instead of the more tourist places like Hakone. Well worth the effort to make a trip there from Tokyo. Nice quiet place to unwind and walk around. Having dinner around the hotel is an easy option.
Very Good5 Reviews
0.57km from Ayame ZushiBoasting spacious indoor and outdoor hot spring baths open 24 hours, Ogawaya is a 10-minute drive or taxi ride from Izu-nagaoka Train Station. Free Wi-Fi is available at the lobby. Free-use outdoor swimming pool is open during summer.Featuring tatami (woven-straw) flooring and traditional futon bedding, each room comes with wide windows and a comfortable seating area. Facilities like a flat-screen TV, a fridge and a safety deposit box are included in the room. The en suite bathroom has a bath tub and free toiletries.While staying at Ogawaya, guests can unwind in the public bathing area or request in-room massages at an additional charge. Karaoke facilities can be used for a fee.The property is a 10-minute walk to Sanroku Station for the Panorama Park Ropeway. Shuzen-ji Temple is a 20-minute drive away.Japanese dinner features fresh seafood purchased on the day from the local fish market. It is served in the privacy of guests’ own room. Guests can also enjoy Japanese traditional breakfast in the room.
Hotels Near Ayame Zushi In Izunokuni Review
BAD REVIEW :) I’ll make it as short and informative for those who consider staying here. I left a room key at the onsen (public bath) and learned about it only the next morning at the check-out. I informed the front-desk manager about it asking him to locate it so it could be returned to the Hotel. And that’s when the circus began. The guy became very angry and muttered through clenched teeth that the staff had cleaned the onsen in the morning and had not find any key otherwise it'd been returned to the front desk and added that we'd lost it somewhere else outside the premises (I guess he used a crystal ball to make such assumption). He was basically accusing us of lying. At that point my husband and I tried to accommodate the hotel so I began unpacking all of our luggage to check if by accident the key ended up inside of one of our suitcases. Of course, it did not. Meanwhile the manager was getting more upset already screaming at us. At first he said that it cost $20,000 US to replace the key, then he changed it to 20,000 yen and was forcing us to pay this amount threatening to call the police if we'd not oblige. We refused to do that. His emotions were all over the place and it was getting clear to us that in his mind we were criminals while he was playing a role of a “policeman” with his only objective to prove that we were lying to him about the key. He indeed informed us he's going to call the police at that time. It all was absolutely surreal, like in a horror movie. We weren't prepared for that, after all it was supposed to be a "relaxing" place:). So I went to the onsen myself. Glad I did since the key was right there, laying on top of an open shelf and we have a witness to that. After the manager realized the key was found on the premises right where we were saying it had been left, he hid behind the curtain in another room and would not come out. We assumed he got scared of the consequences of his extremely rude and obscene behavior. We finally got him out of his room, although he was still hiding behind a staff-lady's back. The guy began saying some apologies so we took out the phone and switched on the video mode since we wanted to record them. After we did that he stopped apologizing and said that he would not apologize and it was not his fault but of his staff which failed to locate the key. At that point it was very clear to us that talking to him was absolutely useless. We left the Hotel. I am sure that everything was recorded on the video cameras in the reception area and TKP Corporation, as the Hotel’s owner, will have no problems to see the physical evidence to my words. Photo of the manage is enclosed below. PS. I would highly recommend NOT to send your elderly parents to this place unless you want them in the early grave. It was difficult to withstand such hostility even for such strong-minded adults as us. Elderly people would not manage :(( PPS. Unfortunately, we have not been contacted by the Hotel with
This inn used to be the summer home of a very wealthy merchant, founder of the modern Mitsubishi group. It is huge, with a number of old wooden buildings which are joined in a tasteful way by modern corridors and newer buildings. Our room was enormous with a view over what must be the most beautiful view of any inn in Japan. The bath which draws water from a natural hot spring is very nice, without being luxurious. Breakfast and dinner is taken in a separate dining area and the food on the whole is very good. The staff were very responsive and were committed to making our stay comfortable.
A very comfortable small hotel. Very fine
We were traveling as part of a tour for this trip. This place was amazing, even though it doesn't look like much on the outside. The grounds are small and the view was limited on the day I was there as it was cloudy. We were welcomed and given kimonos plus shown how to wear them correctly. I don't know if this was normal. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful despite knowing no English and my Japanese being poor. The loud sounds outside the hotel were crickets, in case you're curious. The rooms are a mix of traditional Japanese rooms and Western-style rooms. I stayed in a Western room but was a little disappointed after seeing the traditional rooms some of the other tour guests stayed in. Regardless, my room was perfect even if a little small. The hotel left us tea and treats in the room along with a comfortable bed. The bathroom was serviceable, but small by US standards. We also had one (traditional-style) meal in the hotel. The food was varied, delicious and so filling that I couldn't finish it all, even by US standards. The staff was attentive and polite. The one woman helped fix my (apparently poorly tied) Kimono. Afterwards, several of us received gifts of origami balls of the type that adorn the hotel. The woman explained she makes them all. Hundreds of them. The public baths were phenomenal. I have no words for what a treat this was. By American standards, it's a little awkward at first but you get over that quickly. There's an indoor and an outdoor bath and we did the outdoor pool in the evening. We had a a gorgeous view and the summer temperatures were just perfect. Such a delight. I highly recommend it. Overall, I would definitely stay again if given the chance. I would send friends and family there as well.
I had an amazing stay there in December, the staff did speak a little english which helped. Check in was easy and the room was excellent. I did not expect the food to be as wonderful as it was. Traditional Japanese with a French/European twist at times, really delicious. The Onsen experiences were various and wonderful. It's quiet and as others have written "a modern tranquil ryokan." I am looking forward to my next visit. It is priced modestly for the experience, saw many families there and I was the only westerner and felt 100% welcome and comfortable.
Service is good, staff and friendly and helpful. Room is partly refurbished (e.g. wall and carpet) but the rest of the room (e.g. furniture and unit bath room) is very dated and seriously needs an update. Food is ok, location is ok if you drive. Carpark is small (free parking), so it was quite crowded and they had to double park the cars when i was there (it was a saturday). There were 4 different onsen baths (1 outdoor, 3 indoors - high temp and 2 lower temp from different sources), which was quite nice as you can alternate to enjoy a long soak.
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