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      Best hotels near Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida

      4.1/5Very Good0 Reviews
      0.25km from Fuji-Q Highland
      SAMURISE DARUMA is situated in Fujiyoshida, 2 km from Oshijuutaku Togawa and Osano’s House, 2.8 km from Chureito Pagoda, and 2.9 km from Arakurayama Sengen Park. It is located less than 1 km from Fuji-Q Highland and provides free WiFi plus a shared kitchen.The apartment includes 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom with a hairdryer, a living room, and a kitchen.Both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are available at SAMURISE DARUMA.Kitaguchiihongu Fuji Sengen Shrine is 3.4 km from the accommodation, while Thomas Land is 4 km away.
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      4.3/5Excellent164 Reviews
      0.36km from Fuji-Q Highland
      Super near fuji Q highlands if you are planning to go there. The view of mt fuji in the day and night are real nice. Would definitely recommend taking a room with view.
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      4.6/5Outstanding154 Reviews
      0.62km from Fuji-Q Highland
      Stayed one night, but absolutely amazing! Not only did we have an amazing view of Mount Fuji, but we also had Fuji Q in our backyard.
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      4.6/5Outstanding15 Reviews
      0.62km from Fuji-Q Highland
      It's a pity that the name is wrong As I pointed out shortly after arrival, it is a pity that it was not taken over at the last checkout and is still wrong. After that I wanted to live in a theater room, but the room I booked seemed to be a room without a theater, so even though there were two people for the first time, I had to live in a room with two beds and a bathroom for one day, so I Made an appointment. Please double check the plan when you do it. I stayed for 2 nights, but I am glad I can change to a room with a theater on the second night. I was lucky to see the Fujikyu fireworks while grilling on the roof!
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      4.9/5Perfect0 Reviews
      0.73km from Fuji-Q Highland
      The Tsukitei1 provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Fujiyoshida will find that the Tsukitei1 is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is just 1km away from Gekkouji Station. Guests will find Fuji-Q Highland, Kaba Bus and Furatto just a short distance from the hotel. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
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      4.5/5Excellent20 Reviews
      0.75km from Fuji-Q Highland
      With a stay at Rakuten STAY HOUSE Fujiyoshida Matsuyama in Fujiyoshida, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Fuji-Q Highland and Kitaguchiihongu Fuji Sengen Shrine. This vacation home is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Chureito Pagoda and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Kawaguchiko Stellar Theater.Take in the views from a terrace.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include separate sitting areas and microwaves, and housekeeping is provided once per stay.
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      4.4/5Excellent117 Reviews
      0.83km from Fuji-Q Highland
      Great hotel! The rooms are large, tidy and clean, all kinds of new, the view of Mount Fuji outside the window is unbeatable! The buffet breakfast was of a high standard. It was the most satisfying breakfast on this trip to Japan. The meal was full and the taste was amazing. The restaurant is also invincible with the view of Mount Fuji. The dining mood is great. There is a place to bathe in the hotel on the first floor, the environment is good, men and women are separated, like a traditional Japanese bathroom. Although no Chinese service was encountered, every waiter was very enthusiastic, without communication barriers, and smiling without borders! Well, there are disadvantages. For example, it takes more than ten minutes to walk from Hekou Lake Station. There are no buses and the route is very remote. It is on the highway. If you bring luggage, it is recommended to book a hotel shuttle. There are no convenience stores nearby and no place to eat. The closest seven-day convenience store is at least five or six hundred meters away, and the night is quite desolate ...
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      4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
      0.83km from Fuji-Q Highland
      The Fujisan You Apartment provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Fujisan You Apartment offers a pleasant stay in Fujiyoshida for those traveling for business or leisure. The hotel is conveniently located a short 700m drive from Gekkouji Station. Guests will find Kanadorii, Fuji Five Lakes and Kaba Bus just a short distance from the hotel. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. For those driving themselves, parking is provided on site. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.
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      4/5Very Good8 Reviews
      0.86km from Fuji-Q Highland
      I decided to take this West Inn Fuji-Yoshida in order to rush to fujiyama in the morning. (I am afraid that I will be able to go to the fasting early in the morning.) It was night when I checked in. The front desk will be easy to communicate in English or very convenient. And this room is very big But the hot springs are more pitiful. Still used by men and women But there are a lot of restaurants around here. Unlike some remote hotels, they need to bring their own dry food. SO is also an important reason for choosing his family.
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      0/50 Reviews
      0.97km from Fuji-Q Highland
      The 9 Minutes Walk From Kawaguchiko Station, Walking D provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The 9 Minutes Walk From Kawaguchiko Station, Walking D offers a pleasant stay in Fujikawaguchiko for those traveling for business or leisure. The hotel is just 800m away from Kawaguchiko Station. Famous local attractions Mt. Fuji Panoramic Ropeway, Ensoleille Excursion Ship Pleasure Boat Kawaguchiko and Ide Sake Brewery, can all be reached with a short walk. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
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      4.1/5Very Good53 Reviews
      0.97km from Fuji-Q Highland
      Loved my stay here! Very beautiful surroundings, lovely room and staff, and convenient location for visiting Mt Fuji and surrounding areas. Bself has a kind of lodge-like feel to it, or at least the main building does. I stayed in a “superior double” room, on the second floor in a build which was detached from the main building. If you’re gonna stay here, my recommendation would be to get a room with your own private onsen. I’m aware that there’s a communal onsen for all guests (which I never checked out), but it’s so amazingly nice to have your own onsen on your own private balcony! What I loved was that it was a traditional-style (yet new) Japanese ALL-WOODEN bathtub. And the view was very serene, overlooking trees and the night sky. This private onsen would be my reason for visiting. Honestly, it was that nice to just sit in that wooden tub staring at the night sky and nearby trees. I thought that bedroom was tastefully done and spread out nicely. Rather large for a Japanese room, as it also came with a nicely-sized wooden dining table that would spaciously sit two, and if one had a few more chairs could squeeze in four or even five total. There are two showers, one indoors in the bathroom and another outdoors next to the bathtub. I much preferred the outdoors one! When one goes into the main building, there’s an open coffee and tea area with a piano and ping-pong table! I didn’t play either, but they both seemed open for guests. I also got to meet and speak with the manager and staff who were all friendly and courteous. Really wonderful place to stay!
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      4.9/5Perfect14 Reviews
      1.07km from Fuji-Q Highland
      Very good, the room is clean and chic, entertaining and thoughtful
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      Reviews of Hotels near Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida

      4.6/5154 Reviews
      Stayed one night, but absolutely amazing! Not only did we have an amazing view of Mount Fuji, but we also had Fuji Q in our backyard.
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      4.9/514 Reviews
      Very good, the room is clean and chic, entertaining and thoughtful
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      4.3/5164 Reviews
      Super near fuji Q highlands if you are planning to go there. The view of mt fuji in the day and night are real nice. Would definitely recommend taking a room with view.
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      4.1/553 Reviews
      Loved my stay here! Very beautiful surroundings, lovely room and staff, and convenient location for visiting Mt Fuji and surrounding areas. Bself has a kind of lodge-like feel to it, or at least the main building does. I stayed in a “superior double” room, on the second floor in a build which was detached from the main building. If you’re gonna stay here, my recommendation would be to get a room with your own private onsen. I’m aware that there’s a communal onsen for all guests (which I never checked out), but it’s so amazingly nice to have your own onsen on your own private balcony! What I loved was that it was a traditional-style (yet new) Japanese ALL-WOODEN bathtub. And the view was very serene, overlooking trees and the night sky. This private onsen would be my reason for visiting. Honestly, it was that nice to just sit in that wooden tub staring at the night sky and nearby trees. I thought that bedroom was tastefully done and spread out nicely. Rather large for a Japanese room, as it also came with a nicely-sized wooden dining table that would spaciously sit two, and if one had a few more chairs could squeeze in four or even five total. There are two showers, one indoors in the bathroom and another outdoors next to the bathtub. I much preferred the outdoors one! When one goes into the main building, there’s an open coffee and tea area with a piano and ping-pong table! I didn’t play either, but they both seemed open for guests. I also got to meet and speak with the manager and staff who were all friendly and courteous. Really wonderful place to stay!
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      4.5/553 Reviews
      The bread was good. It rained on the day of the trip. Fuji Mountain could not see it. The booked mixed room had a three-bed. The other two might have temporarily cancelled the trip and lived alone. The facilities are very good. The separate toilets, toilets and shower rooms for boys and girls are also very convenient. It is necessary to use Google Map to check the bus running time. Because it is far away, the bus is not very good, otherwise it can only be carried. Baggage waiting for a long time. There are many people from Europe and the United States, and everyone is very friendly. The bread is delicious, there are free egg coffee and so on.
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      4.6/5102 Reviews
      Zhongshanyuan took a taxi near Toyama Station. I took a taxi from Kawaguchiko Station for fifteen minutes and two hundred yuan. The Fuji Mountain View Thirteen Pavilion has two meals. Mount Fuji is very close to seeing the mountain. The effect is not good. Basically, Tianzhongshanyuan is a large-scale hot spring. Hotel management is very good. The model room of this kind of hotel has a little decoration. The taste curtain is broken but it doesn't affect me because I have been in the hotel. I have lived in the garden. I have lived the most beautiful dinner. I eat good quality in the dining room. I eat delicious breakfast buffet. Many nights have drumming performances very seriously at noon local weddings and business treats, many are very popular to go to the station to make an appointment at the front desk and do not put a schedule for 30 minutes.
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      4.7/553 Reviews
      Myself and my husband stayed 3 nights here, it was long enough. It is located not far from Shimoyoshida station, within walking distance. When we arrived check-in was easy and quick, they showed us through the main building to a separate outer building in a quiet little street. We both had very heavy luggage as we are staying in Japan for over 5 weeks, it was a little difficult to get the luggage to the outer house as it is all stones and steps! It is only a short distance from the main building. When arriving in the outer house, the lady showed us up a very small very steep set of wooden stairs with a small wooden handle going up and around to an upper floor, we managed to get the luggage up but I think it would be difficult for an older or less able person to get such luggage up these stairs. Don't get me wrong people with small cases or backpacks could get up easily, it was only because our luggage was so heavy, so please bear this in mind when choosing a room. We noticed 2 larger rooms down the stairs on the floor level, that might be more suitable for guests with large luggage? or even installing some kind of luggage area? The room was an ok size, there is very low ceilings/beams inside. and an overwhelming smell of cabbage soup. At first I thought it was because someone had been cooking in the room, but even after the 3 nights staying with the window open and the air con on full, the smell remained. Its not a nice smell and I have been in other ryokan style rooms with tatami mats and they do not smell like this. The room however was very clean and the beds very comfortable. A nice quiet street. Another thing to mention is that the door to the upper rooms are VERY noisy, maybe traditional in style but if anyone comes out of the room at night for the shared toilet downstairs, you know about it. The doors that open to the outer building are also very noisy, luckily we had guests that didn't come in and out too late at night. Other than that the shower room (X1) was clean and the toilets (X2) clean. There is no mirror in the room so you must go down the stairs to the bathroom area for a mirror, this area is nice and clean too!-free coffee and tea in the outer house part where we stayed. And a good selection of pretty plants to look at :) The town itself, is quiet, we rented bikes for 500yen and got our use out of them! The bikes are a little old in style and the chain came off 3 times when I tried to change gear, the other bikes chain came off on the bumpy path. we didn't have problems once the bikes were going though. we cycled to and around lake Kawaguchi which in total is around 34km. This was well worth it, as we saw many cool things around the lake. There is a sento not far from the hostel but unfortunately I didn't get a chance to try it, it looks quite new though. Decent supermarkets can be walked to within 20-30 mins. There is a 7/11 near by too. other than that, it is best to hire bikes and cycle to areas, be
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      4.2/551 Reviews
      Winter. I came to climb Mt Fuji. How difficult could it be? It's a gradual slope and even senior citizens are strolling on Fuji's incline from one snack shop to the next. But there's a climbing season. People are advised to not climb Fuji outside of summer. If you do, Michael wanted me to sign a release form which would allow him to go thru my things in case of my death. Since my backpack is filled with Adult Toys which I didnt want him & his Filipino staff to see, I decided to not climb it. Thanks, Michael, you might have saved my life. 1. Strong WiFi. 2. Lots of hot water & good water PRESSURE. 3. Bunks have curtains & lamps but no elec sockets. 4. Soap, shampoo, conditioner (i'm bald). 5. Tea & coffee. I stayed at 3 hostels in Fuji Yoshida. See what I think of all of them.
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      4.6/515 Reviews
      It's a pity that the name is wrong As I pointed out shortly after arrival, it is a pity that it was not taken over at the last checkout and is still wrong. After that I wanted to live in a theater room, but the room I booked seemed to be a room without a theater, so even though there were two people for the first time, I had to live in a room with two beds and a bathroom for one day, so I Made an appointment. Please double check the plan when you do it. I stayed for 2 nights, but I am glad I can change to a room with a theater on the second night. I was lucky to see the Fujikyu fireworks while grilling on the roof!
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      FromUS$114
      4.2/5111 Reviews
      It is very close to Mount Fuji and walks for 5 minutes. Walk near the nearest convenience store for more than ten minutes. The hotel has a free shuttle bus that can go to nearby scenic spots, and of course you can take the tram by yourself. Open the door for the door, take the electric plug. The room is small and you can see Mount Fuji and the amusement park.
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      4.5/52 Reviews
      Location is fantastic a short walk from Mt Fuji station. Property is straight forward and clean, with a great dining area and then a fantastic rooftop with uninterrupted views of Fuji San. (You’ll want to see it from other vantage points but a still great to see it from the hotel so easily.) Bicycles for rent upon availability which are a great way to get around town. Staff are all great and willing to help with any information on things to see and do. One of my best experiences travelling in Japan. Photo is from the rooftop.
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      4/58 Reviews
      I decided to take this West Inn Fuji-Yoshida in order to rush to fujiyama in the morning. (I am afraid that I will be able to go to the fasting early in the morning.) It was night when I checked in. The front desk will be easy to communicate in English or very convenient. And this room is very big But the hot springs are more pitiful. Still used by men and women But there are a lot of restaurants around here. Unlike some remote hotels, they need to bring their own dry food. SO is also an important reason for choosing his family.
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      3.9/553 Reviews
      The hotel is not near the attraction, but if you buy a pass card, you can take a bus at the bus stop. The front desk is completely utterly speaking English, but it is very hard to serve you. The place to take a bath is a hot spring. Don't worry about bathing with others. The front desk will arrange only one appointment for each time period. Japanese breakfast is very rich.
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      3.6/52 Reviews
      Amazing location . It was a pity that Fuji was lost in mist so no stunning views to be seen. Will look again in the morning. We arrived at about 6.30 this evening. Unfortunately the restaurant was closed with no explanation. This hotel is miles from anywhere. So no alternatives available without a long taxi ride. There are a generous number of vending machines scattered throughout and a small shop by the reception selling noodles in a pot and tourist chocolates. No bar. So in other words a little limited. Very disappointed. And I am not one to write negative reviews. Other than that the rooms are enormous and it is great walking country.
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      3.7/57 Reviews
      We were three but we stayed in a house clearly designed for the company (three two-storey beds + couch). Shower with all the equipment (shampoon, air conditioner, shower gel, fan, towel), kitchen, refrigerator. Very clean. A beautiful hostess, kind, always ready to help. Talk only in Japanese, but it is not a problem, always walks with the phone in which the translator is set)) The hostess herself prepared breakfast, asked in advance how much you would like to eat. She has a small cafe in the same house, there she covers breakfast. The very place is 3-5 minutes walk from Mt. Fuji Station ~30 minutes walk to the Arakura Temple, overcome another 400 steps in ~15 minutes and you can enjoy the view from the most famous cards: Mount Fuji at dawn amid the Chureito pagoda.
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