Hotels Near Henriette In Mishima

3.7/518 Reviews
0.2km from Henriette
We arrived here before check-in time and decided to leave our luggage and go sightseeing. The staff were wonderful, but the bags were just left in a pile of other bags infront of the front desk, no security or check was kept on them. When we got to our room after our trip out, the floor was disgusting. The carpet is stained all over the room, it really needs changing, the floor is uneven and lumpy and for some reason slopes to the middle of the room. The beds were a little uncomfortable as they weren't straight on the floor but at an angle due to the uneven flooring so it felt like you were falling out of bed all the time, and the wallpaper by the beds was dirty and cracked/torn. The room just generally felt unclean... None of the hotel information was available in English, nor was there any English aid available for the coin laundry (which is located on the 11.5th floor; take the elevator as far up as it goes and then climb a flight of stairs) where the wifi doesn't reach either. 11th floor seems to be an unused and unkept floor, broken lights, open rooms and dirty floors/walls. There are also some long term tennants in the hotel who to be blunt, made an absolute racket half the night, yelling, slamming doors and arguing only to begin again shortly after 6am. Breakfast was okay, a limited buffet with sallad, natto, sausages, meatballs, rice, curry, natto, cereal, okayish coffee and fruit juices. The view from the 5th floor was quite nice as well, we had a nice view of a mountain.
FromUS$34.00
0/53 Reviews
0.34km from Henriette
Mishima Plaza Hotel is a stylish hotel with a distinct European touch. It is located in the central part of Mishima City. Facilities include a conference room, big and small banquet rooms, a Japanese restaurant, a Cafe Restaurant and an art gallery.
FromUS$53.00
0/50 Reviews
0.74km from Henriette
A 10-minute walk from JR Mishima Station, Ryokan Sangetsu offers Japanese-style rooms, free Wi-Fi and in-room massages upon request. It’s located within a 10-minute walk from restaurants and bars, and features drink vending machines and a launderette.Sangetsu Ryokan is a 10-minute walk from Japanese garden Rakuju-en Park, which is a National Site of Natural Beauty.Rooms come with Japanese futon bedding spread on a tatami (woven-straw) floor. They’re equipped with an LCD TV, yukata robes and an attached bathroom. Bathing facilities are shared.Breakfast must be requested a day in advance, and it’s served in the dining room.
FromUS$50.00
4.2/5Very Good16 Reviews
0.81km from Henriette
We have been in this Hotel for three nights... and it is a nice and friendly place, very near to the the train and Bus Station, with lots of Restaurants near to it. The rooms are small (as all over Japan) but actually the served the best Western and Asian Breakfast Buffet we had in Japan! Staff is nice (with poor English, but one can manage) and the rooms are clean. Mishima is not very much visited by Western Tourists - but thats an error! From the Hotel Massimo you reach in 5 minutes the train station and you can take local trains to Numazu on the coast of the Pacific Ocean (only 1 station). Or a Bus to the Mishima Skywalk with the best view to Mount Fuji or another Bus to the wonderful Hakone Area with the Ashi lake and a great view to Mount Fuji, too.
FromUS$47.00
4.8/5Outstanding76 Reviews
0.85km from Henriette
The hotel is about 5 minutes walking distance from Mishima station. The staff is friendly and helpful. They are happy to answer any questions that you might have. Restaurant staff is also very friendly. Hotel cleaning staff was also very friendly and helpful. The hotel offers a hot spring (i haven't used it) and a free ramen soup in the late evening hours. Breakfast is half japanese, half western, and very tasty and fulfilling, I really enjoyed it, especially the Japanese dishes. Hotel room was quite small, but not in a negative way, i'd call it cozy, as I felt absolutely comfortable it it. What counts is cleanliness and amenities, and the room had both, absolutely. If you look out of the windows, you can see Mishima station and the railroad tracks, which might be fun for children watching the trains drive by. In total, I absolutely felt happy staying in this hotel and would book again any time. There are convenience stores in walking distance and many vending machines in the hotel.
FromUS$60.00
0/51 Reviews
0.97km from Henriette
Overlooking beautiful Mount Fuji, this is an urban resort hotel that offers a large bath with panoramic view for your soothing moments.
FromUS$133.00
0/53 Reviews
1.13km from Henriette
Very considerate small hotel, with breakfast and rest drinks, bicycles are provided. The public showers are also very clean. It's not far from Mishima Station, it's a ten-minute walk.
FromUS$29.00
4.5/5Excellent35 Reviews
1.27km from Henriette
Toyoko is a chain budget hotel in Japan. Because of its location, it is a 1-2 minute walk from the north exit of the train station. Sanitation: There is no doubt about the sanitation of Japanese hotels, even Samsung is very clean and reassuring. Facilities: There are all the necessary facilities in the snail shell, so don't worry. Including pajamas, you can pick up the disinfection cabinet at the elevator entrance on the first floor If guests staying for multiple nights need to clean, they must give the key to the front desk before ten o'clock in the morning, telling them to clean. This is not trouble but to ensure the safety of the hotel I guess. Because notices were placed on the elevator entrance and writing desks saying that a thief had recently reminded residents. The most important thing to write is breakfast: Breakfast can actually meet basic needs, and it's okay to pursue filling your stomach. But the most unbearable thing is the dining environment: breakfast is in the lobby on the first floor, that is, people are dragging your suitcase back and forth while you are eating. During the few nights we stayed, it seemed that it was a mainland tour group or a group trip. Anyway, we went downstairs at 7 o'clock in the morning, and there was no location. We could only find the location by stitches. Many compatriots are used to loud voices, especially when they are close The entrance gate (lobby) of the hotel has been disturbed during the meal. I won’t write the specific details. In short, we understand whether the hotel can consider opening up a breakfast area on the 2nd floor because of the cramps of the place. Separate the guests who come and go from the dining guests. It is our basic desire to have a quiet breakfast and start the day.
FromUS$54.00
0/50 Reviews
5.22km from Henriette
It is ideal for family or business or small group staying. There are many convenient stores, restaurants and supermarkets nearby which make my house very suitable for you to live like a local.
FromUS$1,145.00

Hotels Near Henriette In Mishima Review

3.7/518 Reviews
We arrived here before check-in time and decided to leave our luggage and go sightseeing. The staff were wonderful, but the bags were just left in a pile of other bags infront of the front desk, no security or check was kept on them. When we got to our room after our trip out, the floor was disgusting. The carpet is stained all over the room, it really needs changing, the floor is uneven and lumpy and for some reason slopes to the middle of the room. The beds were a little uncomfortable as they weren't straight on the floor but at an angle due to the uneven flooring so it felt like you were falling out of bed all the time, and the wallpaper by the beds was dirty and cracked/torn. The room just generally felt unclean... None of the hotel information was available in English, nor was there any English aid available for the coin laundry (which is located on the 11.5th floor; take the elevator as far up as it goes and then climb a flight of stairs) where the wifi doesn't reach either. 11th floor seems to be an unused and unkept floor, broken lights, open rooms and dirty floors/walls. There are also some long term tennants in the hotel who to be blunt, made an absolute racket half the night, yelling, slamming doors and arguing only to begin again shortly after 6am. Breakfast was okay, a limited buffet with sallad, natto, sausages, meatballs, rice, curry, natto, cereal, okayish coffee and fruit juices. The view from the 5th floor was quite nice as well, we had a nice view of a mountain.
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FromUS$34.00
4.8/576 Reviews
The hotel is about 5 minutes walking distance from Mishima station. The staff is friendly and helpful. They are happy to answer any questions that you might have. Restaurant staff is also very friendly. Hotel cleaning staff was also very friendly and helpful. The hotel offers a hot spring (i haven't used it) and a free ramen soup in the late evening hours. Breakfast is half japanese, half western, and very tasty and fulfilling, I really enjoyed it, especially the Japanese dishes. Hotel room was quite small, but not in a negative way, i'd call it cozy, as I felt absolutely comfortable it it. What counts is cleanliness and amenities, and the room had both, absolutely. If you look out of the windows, you can see Mishima station and the railroad tracks, which might be fun for children watching the trains drive by. In total, I absolutely felt happy staying in this hotel and would book again any time. There are convenience stores in walking distance and many vending machines in the hotel.
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FromUS$60.00
4.5/535 Reviews
Toyoko is a chain budget hotel in Japan. Because of its location, it is a 1-2 minute walk from the north exit of the train station. Sanitation: There is no doubt about the sanitation of Japanese hotels, even Samsung is very clean and reassuring. Facilities: There are all the necessary facilities in the snail shell, so don't worry. Including pajamas, you can pick up the disinfection cabinet at the elevator entrance on the first floor If guests staying for multiple nights need to clean, they must give the key to the front desk before ten o'clock in the morning, telling them to clean. This is not trouble but to ensure the safety of the hotel I guess. Because notices were placed on the elevator entrance and writing desks saying that a thief had recently reminded residents. The most important thing to write is breakfast: Breakfast can actually meet basic needs, and it's okay to pursue filling your stomach. But the most unbearable thing is the dining environment: breakfast is in the lobby on the first floor, that is, people are dragging your suitcase back and forth while you are eating. During the few nights we stayed, it seemed that it was a mainland tour group or a group trip. Anyway, we went downstairs at 7 o'clock in the morning, and there was no location. We could only find the location by stitches. Many compatriots are used to loud voices, especially when they are close The entrance gate (lobby) of the hotel has been disturbed during the meal. I won’t write the specific details. In short, we understand whether the hotel can consider opening up a breakfast area on the 2nd floor because of the cramps of the place. Separate the guests who come and go from the dining guests. It is our basic desire to have a quiet breakfast and start the day.
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FromUS$54.00
4.2/516 Reviews
We have been in this Hotel for three nights... and it is a nice and friendly place, very near to the the train and Bus Station, with lots of Restaurants near to it. The rooms are small (as all over Japan) but actually the served the best Western and Asian Breakfast Buffet we had in Japan! Staff is nice (with poor English, but one can manage) and the rooms are clean. Mishima is not very much visited by Western Tourists - but thats an error! From the Hotel Massimo you reach in 5 minutes the train station and you can take local trains to Numazu on the coast of the Pacific Ocean (only 1 station). Or a Bus to the Mishima Skywalk with the best view to Mount Fuji or another Bus to the wonderful Hakone Area with the Ashi lake and a great view to Mount Fuji, too.
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FromUS$47.00
4.2/516 Reviews
We have been in this Hotel for three nights... and it is a nice and friendly place, very near to the the train and Bus Station, with lots of Restaurants near to it. The rooms are small (as all over Japan) but actually the served the best Western and Asian Breakfast Buffet we had in Japan! Staff is nice (with poor English, but one can manage) and the rooms are clean. Mishima is not very much visited by Western Tourists - but thats an error! From the Hotel Massimo you reach in 5 minutes the train station and you can take local trains to Numazu on the coast of the Pacific Ocean (only 1 station). Or a Bus to the Mishima Skywalk with the best view to Mount Fuji or another Bus to the wonderful Hakone Area with the Ashi lake and a great view to Mount Fuji, too.
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FromUS$47.00
4.8/576 Reviews
The hotel is about 5 minutes walking distance from Mishima station. The staff is friendly and helpful. They are happy to answer any questions that you might have. Restaurant staff is also very friendly. Hotel cleaning staff was also very friendly and helpful. The hotel offers a hot spring (i haven't used it) and a free ramen soup in the late evening hours. Breakfast is half japanese, half western, and very tasty and fulfilling, I really enjoyed it, especially the Japanese dishes. Hotel room was quite small, but not in a negative way, i'd call it cozy, as I felt absolutely comfortable it it. What counts is cleanliness and amenities, and the room had both, absolutely. If you look out of the windows, you can see Mishima station and the railroad tracks, which might be fun for children watching the trains drive by. In total, I absolutely felt happy staying in this hotel and would book again any time. There are convenience stores in walking distance and many vending machines in the hotel.
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FromUS$60.00
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