Hotels Near Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park In Kamakura

0/50 Reviews
1.66km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
It is a hotel where you can enjoy satisfying trip both physically and mentally with loved friends while feeling the history of Kamakura.
4.9/5Perfect5 Reviews
2.14km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
This hotel is right around the corner from the Kamakura station, where you can easily catch a train or bus. It's a very safe area with lots of foot traffic. The hotel itself is decent, with options for a Japanese or Western breakfast. The restaurant is located in the basement of the hotel, so we opted to walk five minutes to get McDonald's and Starbucks. (Also, there are numerous cafes next to the train station, and plenty of restaurants in walking distance where you can get noodles, sushi, or even Chinese food.) One minor inconvenience: It was difficult to figure out how to use the air conditioner, and though we could open the window, there is a fair amount of street noise. Overall, though, this is a great hotel with a fantastic location. Don't forget to buy rice crackers in the kiosk if you get a chance!
5/5Perfect7 Reviews
2.15km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
As the Hotel Metropolitan Kamakura is a new hotel, it is very clean with modern features. Location is perfect, just a quick walk from Kamakura Station, and across from both a convenience store and supermarket. The Kamakura Komachi Double is a smaller room with a single bed, two small chairs and a table. Recommended for single travelers. The room is quite small (20 sqm) but includes a decent sized bathroom with separate shower and bathtub. The TV is mounted on the side of the bed, making it a little uncomfortable to view from the bed unless you’re on your side. WiFi is included and the TV features Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, etc. There’s also a refrigerator, tea and coffee, and even a phone charger. There are plenty of bath amenities, everything you'll need except body lotion. The hotel has a restaurant which is actually a Muji cafe. Breakfast is not recommended, especially for vegetarians. I would expect a hotel which caters to foreign guests to do a little better. Vegetarian selections were very few and what they did have was no better than what you’d find at a convenience store. I’d recommend avoiding the extra charge for breakfast and getting something at the supermarket across the street.
0/50 Reviews
2.44km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
Having the theme of introduction of tradition as well as modernity that are closely connected with tasteful ancient capital Kamakura, it is a hotel that produces the modern and international aspects of Japanese amibience.
3.9/513 Reviews
2.56km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
We stayed in the family room with bunk beds for 4 nights and loved it. Great little room for a hostel with our own basic kitchen. Our girls loved the bunk beds! The hostel is in easy reach from the train station and about a 15 minute walk to the beach. It is very clean and the staff speak very good English. Remember it is a hostel so you have a shared toilet and shower facility, which was very clean. There is a washing machine available to use after 7pm which is available to use if you ask at the reception desk. The only slight downside others might find ( didn’t bother us) was your next a road and the walls are pretty thin to your neighbours. It didn’t keep us awake and the hostel has a strict quiet after 11pm policy. We would certainly recommend to others and certainly stay again.
0/51 Reviews
2.6km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
This is a cozy place more like Airbnb. Two bedroom place. Kitchen, living, shower and bath on first floor. Two tatami rooms and toilet on the second floor. Free use of washer and dryer on the first floor. I was told that we could rent the whole place max of 7 people so men could stay as well. Narrow staircase may not be convenient for elderly. Big suitcase not recommended. There’s train track nearby; one will hear the beep sound every time the fence comes down to block the road. There’s a parking lot next door(expensive parking fee for holidays). Overall the place is clean and convenient.
0/50 Reviews
2.63km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
3.05km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
Pension Green Grass offers accommodation in Kamakura.Every room at this inn is air conditioned and has a flat-screen TV. Pension Green Grass features free WiFi throughout the property.You will find a shared lounge at the property.Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine is 1.7 km from Pension Green Grass, while Great Buddha is 1 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 34 km from the property.
0/50 Reviews
3.15km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
When you stay at B&B Surf Rider in Kamakura, you'll be connected to the convention center, within a 15-minute drive of Tokyo Bay and Enoshima Aquarium. This hostel is 10.2 mi (16.4 km) from Hakkeijima Sea Paradise and 12.7 mi (20.4 km) from Yokohama Stadium.Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.A complimentary self-serve breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM.The front desk is staffed during limited hours.Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned guestrooms. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Shared bathrooms with complimentary toiletries are provided.
3.9/58 Reviews
3.23km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
This guest house is very very nice place to stay during the trip to Kamakura, it´s clean, silence, comfortable and they offer everything we need to stay more days that we really need. They also are very kind and also they have a door, which is very cute!
0/50 Reviews
3.26km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
4.7/5Outstanding1 Reviews
3.29km from Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park
It is a new style guest house that features a mini-swimming pool in a courtyard, which facilitates parties as well as private use.

Hotels Near Imaizumidai Rokuchome Park In Kamakura Review

4.6/512 Reviews
1. The geographical position is superior. Ofuna Station East Exit, 2 minutes. 2. There are many shops in the surrounding area, and the gluttons are excellent for food, and they are abundant and simple. 3. The hotel is paperless and computerized Check-in and out. This is very interesting and very convenient. All you need is a passport, and the operation interface can be in English. 4. There is a hotel with the same name near the west entrance, so I made a mistake. 5. Recommend the Yakiago Shio Ramen store, Takahashi Ofuna, not far from the station. Grilled flying fish soup base, a thumbs up.
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4.5/5190 Reviews
This is the best place to stay in Kamakura. Every room faces the ocean, with glass windows from floor to ceiling and a tiny balcony one person can stand in, if needed. Woke up to an amazing view of Mt. Fuji right outside our window. The lobby feels old, with a small casual place to grab a bite. They have a very big store in the lobby with lots of beautiful clothes but they're pricey. They also have a small convenient store with your basics, with is convenient. We were surprised there was no ice machine. We had to buy ice form their little store! They don't advertise this as much as they should: they offer a shuttle bus to the nearby train station every hour. Sadly, it stops at 5. They should extend it to maybe 8 pm? There are numerous restaurants, a pharmacy and a supermarket within walking distance. Too cold to go to the pool but it looked very nice. Overall, given the area, this was the perfect spot for us.
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4.6/5123 Reviews
It is 400 meters away from the east exit of JR Otsuka Station. The station is just below the ATRE shopping mall. There are also Don Quixote, Baiyuan shop and other shopping options. From the hotel, turn right and follow the navigation for 2 km, and Huatang Shopping Mall. . There is a variety of instant powder in the lobby on the first floor of the hotel. I used the taste of ginger and soy milk, which is a lack of solution. The hotel is very clean, but it is a train road next to it, but it is not noisy. There are eight main dishes in the coffee shop on the first floor. Others such as miso soup, bread, rice, and yogurt; coffee is free to take. . The next day, I walked to the Mingyue Temple from the hotel, which is 3.4 kilometers. I met a very small Chengfu Temple and went into the look. I usually walked a lot, so I didn't feel tired. Because it is Tuesday, so the Mingyue people are not many, although the hydrangea has been in full bloom, but still beautiful, especially the courtyard, very tasteful, sitting for a while, quiet. I also saw the hanging rail-type tram, which is the magnetic levitation through the street. I took the ride from Enoshima back to the hotel and took it once, swaying, some dizzy ^_^
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4.6/564 Reviews
Next to Ofuna station and not far from bus station, it is quite convenient to go to/from Tokyo and to/from Kamakura attractions. Nested in a quiet neighborhood, it can be an ideal for tourists who want peace yet being not too far from attractions. It is a decent hotel. Staffers are all coutesy and helpful. Room and bed is tiny but functional. All amenities are there so no need to bring your own shampoo and toothbrush. There is also pyjamas provided. Tea and coffe is self serve at lobby from 3pm onward, also some cosmatic stuff such as facial mask (quite odd for me), cutton set, bath salt, and something else that I did not pay attention. Ice is also free at lobby, along with vending machine, washing machine and dryer. Breakfast serve from 6.30am-10am and is not a buffet syle, but a set of simple menu to choose at the hotel cafe. Basically a set of toast, ham and egg and a choice of basic coffee, orange juice or tea, anything else need to be paid for. However, if you need something more, there is Family Mart (convenient store) nearby and many restaurants which is quite cheap. One odd thing is that time for cheking in is 3pm but checking out time is 10am which is way so early. All in all, it is a decent hotel for a short stay.
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4.4/531 Reviews
We loved staying at this hotel. It's on the water, has views of the bay and the windows open - fresh air! This was our first time staying in Kamakura - we have visited before but never stayed overnight - and whilst there's not a lot of choice in terms of hotel accommodation, we were certainly happy with our decision. We wanted to take time to explore this wonderful town, and ride the Enoden train as much as we could. We also wanted to unwind, and staying at Kamakura Park Hotel gave us plenty of opportunity to do all of these things. You have to walk through the back streets to get to the nearest train station, Hase, about 10 minutes away. We really like exploring the back streets of any town or city and staying at this hotel certainly gave us plenty to discover; we took a different route every day. And the staff were amazing, especially Haruna Ueki. She certainly made our stay very special. Lucky for us, she has spent time living in our hometown, so she understood us very quickly and was able to give us lots of tips about coffee, eating and what to see. One tip though, whilst having a room with a view was certainly wonderful, we couldn't leave our window open all night as the traffic noise was too constant. It's a road that everyone uses to go up and down the coast, so the traffic never stops. However, closing the window certainly blocked out nearly all of the noise.
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4.8/560 Reviews
This ryokan fits very well in its pleasant Kamakura neighborhood. It is well cared for and its attractive appearance on the outside extends into its reception area. The beach, shopping, sites, and local rail station are all within easy walks. Traditional Japanese breakfast at 8am served at table and chairs in a tatami mat room was very good, though I could have perhaps eaten a little bit more. The public onsen bath was about a 4-seater in the wash area but I never had any company. It certainly was a nice way to bookend a day, and was bit more roomy than the bathroom in our guest room. Staff were all courteous, friendly, and professional. We stayed in the older section of the Inn in one of the western style rooms. As we get older we spend less time on futons and more on beds. The room has everything you need: a sitting area with TV, a dining area with table, chairs, and refrigerator; a bed chamber with 2 beds; and a bathroom with sink/mirror, toilet, and little Japanese style separate bath tub and washing area/shower. Pretty good room, though a little cramped here and there. The problem was that it felt like you were staying at Grandma's house. Being almost 95 years old and located near the sea, there was an inevitable musty smell. Some of the wall paper seams had begun to split. The furniture was from an era, well, some folk might find it charming, but it did not quite work well enough for us to want to make a return visit,. We asked to take a peek at one of the newer Japanese rooms but none were available, they might be a better bet. Good neighborhood, good location, good staff, good food, and decent public bath, but the guest rooms would probably cause us to look for alternatives before returning.
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