Hotels Near Rubina In Izu

3.7/510 Reviews
2.43km from Rubina
初めての利用です。早めに到着してしまったら、お風呂施設は使えますよと、タオルや甚平などのお風呂セットを貸し出してくれたので、早速お風呂に行きました。 温泉のお湯は、無色透明の柔らかい感じの優しいお湯です。内湯はぬるめで、露天風呂は熱めでした。日帰りの方も利用できるお食事処や休憩室もありました。つれあいが「(今度は早めに来てチェックイン前に)ここでランチして風呂入って休憩してもいいかも。」と言ってました。近場でも宿を変えて数泊する我が家では、時間が余ってしまうこともあり、それもありと思いました。 さて、部屋ですが、今回はおまかせだったので、狭めの洋室でした。しかし、部屋は明るくモダンで快適で、ユニットバスもリニューアルしたばかりかしらと思うほど、新しくキレイでした。しかし、金庫が無かったので、少し心配でした。 さて、夕食ですが、今回は「和定食にカニ食べ放題、ワイン飲み放題」でした。実はつれあいから何度もワイン飲み放題のこちらのホテルに行こうの誘いがあったのですが、飲み放題ワインはイマイチと思って拒否してました。しかしワインはワイナリーのワインなのでブレンドワインでしたが、全然OKでした。また和定食はご飯以外は全部セットされていましたが、品数もあったので、ワインの良いつまみにもなりました。 ワイン飲み放題のホテルなので、来てるお客さんたちもゆっくり食べて飲んでで、レストランの方も急かす事もなく、マイペースで夕食を楽しみました。広い2ヶ所のレストランエリアに、密にならないようにテーブルも配置されており、安心して食事ができました。 朝食も和定食で、12種類のおかずと煮物など朝からしっかり食べれる内容でした。なお、今回はドリンクバーのみ、朝夕バイキングでした。レストランからはかなり大きなプールが見えました。大勢のお子さんたちがプールを楽しめる日が早く戻ってくるようにと願いました。 今回はコロナ自粛あけのためか、(きっといつもより)リーズナブルに利用させてもらい、ありがたかったです。快適で楽しい滞在となりました。なお、ホテルのスタッフの方たちも親切で良かったです。 Comfortable hotel with hot spring. Free wine at dinner time.
FromUS$95
0/50 Reviews
3.83km from Rubina
With a stay at this vacation home in Izu, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Izu Granpal Park and Izu Wax Doll Museum. This vacation home is 13.8 mi (22.1 km) from Izunagaoka Hot Spring and 21.4 mi (34.4 km) from Atami Sun Beach.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in this vacation home, featuring a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a stovetop. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include a microwave and an electric kettle.
FromUS$184
0/50 Reviews
6.47km from Rubina
The Tokinosu Hotel Olive Tree is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Izu will find that the Tokinosu Hotel Olive Tree is a fantastic accommodation choice. From the hotel, Ōhito Railway Station is just 1km away. The nearby area boasts an abundance of attractions including The Izu Peninsula, Oohito Shrine and Kano River Memorial Park. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
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4.6/5Outstanding13 Reviews
6.59km from Rubina
The old hotel does not seem to be a tourist destination (not a few Chinese people, but it is also expected to be an individual), and Japanese people come to spend more weekends. The location is at the corner of the hot spring town of Xiushan Temple, which is a bit remote, but the hot spring town is very small, and it takes less than a few minutes to walk. From this perspective, the location problem can be ignored. It's right next to Guichuan. The hotel gave us a mountain view room. On the back of Guichuan, the scenery is also good. Outside the window is the white spire of the Orthodox Church. The hot spring is on the ninth floor, with indoor and outdoor. Considering the price of the hotel (over 1,000 a night), don't even think about taking a bath in the room, which is a few thousand yuan a night. Good hotels in the town are Kikuya and Arai, etc., both of which are famous and have a history. The former is the place where Natsume Soseki nourishes. Under the bridge in the center of the town, there is a small pavilion in Guichuan. There is a pool of hot springs in the pavilion. It is said to have more than 1,200 years of history. It is the earliest hot spring in Izu. There are allusions. It is said that Master Hongfa became hot water with a little cobalt. Father bathing. Hence the name Du Cobalt Soup. Japanese law banned bathing in this spring in 2010 (should include a ban on bathing feet, because the eyes are obviously not suitable for full-body bathing), but there are still two or two Chinese people bathing in it, and a lone boy has been soaking for a long time. Ashamed. It can be seen that the law belongs to the law, and the Japanese police and local governments are more tolerant.
FromUS$133
4.6/5Outstanding73 Reviews
6.79km from Rubina
I have stayed in no less than ten (or more) century-old hot spring hotels in Japan. I have to say that the soup corridor chrysanthemum is one of the top three best I have ever stayed in; and the two-person room that costs about 2500 yuan (including breakfast and dinner each) In terms of price, coupled with its supporting facilities and related services, it is definitely the king of the most cost-effective of the year (book two weeks in advance, just before Christmas). The transportation to Shuzenji is a bit inconvenient. If you don’t drive from Tokyo, it will take at least three hours to transfer from the Shinkansen to a regular train and then a bus. Therefore, the surrounding environment is less comfortable for people, and of course it is as clean and Japanese as ever. The hotel should be regarded as the largest and oldest hot spring hotel in the Shuzen Temple area (it has been more than 380 years since its inception). The hotel is divided into two areas, the new and the old, and it straddles the main river of Shuzen Temple (above the river is the hotel’s front desk and a covered bridge). Therefore, residents who are particularly sensitive to sound may have a certain impact on sleep (it also depends on whether the allocated room is close to the river), and this is definitely a lot better for me. Ctrip's evaluation of the hotel room is absolutely misleading. The room we stayed in said it was 19 square meters, but from the living room to the room and balcony, it was at least 50 square meters, which was super large and super surprise. The garden is definitely full score. The 380-year-old history has not affected its charm at all. The traces of youth and years coexist. The use of space pays great attention to the sense of design and maneuver. The house hundreds of years ago still retains the wood of the time, heating and air circulation. It is also full marks. Although some equipment is very old, it does not affect it. The coffee gallery is a landscape walking profile with windows on both sides. Coffee is free all day long. You can enjoy sunbathing at this walking profile. It is a wonderful time without changing money. In addition, there are free udon supper. ! The hot spring is divided into several public baths and private baths. At the front desk, there will be a waiter who will explain carefully. Each outdoor bath has its own characteristics. It has a mountain and a river. 、Almost no other guests can be seen during the private bath, close to the private room. In terms of food, if the total score is 10, it can only be scored from 7.5 to 8. The materials are very fresh, but the design of the "Chinese and Western Whole Wall" meal design is always missing some basic all-round requirements necessary for Japanese hot springs; In terms of taste, he can score 8 points. In addition, the surrounding area of Shuzenji Temple is worth wandering around for about half a day. In addition to cultural and historical sites, there are also many coffee lounges and handmade shops!
FromUS$95
4.7/5Outstanding6 Reviews
7.07km from Rubina
Hotel location is good, very close to Xiushan Temple, Bamboo Forest Trail. There are 7 floors, which are considered high in local hotels. There is a forest behind the hotel and the air is nice. The old lady at the front desk was very kind and friendly in English. Dining is a VIP room in each section, you can enjoy the food quietly. Open air, go out on the fifth floor. The scale is not very large, connected to the mountains. An appointment is required. The time for soaking is 45 minutes. The time is up before people feel truly relaxed. Breakfast time is earlier and I want to go back and rest after eating. The tatami beds have been put away. Check-out time is 10:30 in the morning, guests can't leave, and then clean up. Not very humane.
FromUS$448
4.8/5Outstanding33 Reviews
7.07km from Rubina
This hotel is the most expensive one of this time, but personally think it is not worth the price. Arai Hotel is located next to Shuzenji Temple and is a 1-minute walk away. You can check in after 3 pm, you can leave your luggage there before, go to Xiushan Temple and go to Rainbow Town. Many restaurants around are only open at noon, and the recent FamilyMart is also 3 kilometers away, so it is recommended to have dinner at the hotel, otherwise, as we said, we went far away and found a restaurant that was open for business. The chicken and duck had been talking for a long time. Dumplings and fried rice. .
FromUS$300
5/5Perfect8 Reviews
7.23km from Rubina
Our party of nine stayed for four days and three nights at Hostel Knot and enjoyed every moment of the unique school tour. Our hosts were knowledgeable about Izu and generously took us around, organising wonderful workshops in calligraphy and making sushi and taking us fishing. Their hospitality was top notch. We occupied the individual rooms and one double room with tatami and liked the traditional atmosphere of the whole hostel. An unforgettable, meaningful and fun experience.
FromUS$37
4.8/5Outstanding17 Reviews
7.49km from Rubina
Very nice hotel, the housekeeper calls you to have dinner every day, and it will be delivered to the door in the morning. Breakfast and dinner are included every day, and the quality of the dinner is very high. The hotel has 4 large public hot springs and 4 small private hot springs, which can be changed every day and are comfortable. Hotel waiters are mostly well-dressed elderly women who are very enthusiastic. Their English is not good, but they will use a voice translation app to chat with you and introduce the dishes, although most of them still don't understand.
FromUS$204
4.3/5Excellent42 Reviews
7.66km from Rubina
Breakfast is very rich, there is a hot spring in the room, you can soak at any time. I also gave my baby a free crib (though it was not used). When we checked in, the staff escorted us to the elevator entrance. After the elevator today, we bowed until the door closed, which is worthy of Marriott's service standards. Unfortunately, there is no room with a view of Mount Fuji. When you want to move in, you can request a Mount Fuji view room! The price/performance ratio for dinner is average, the large lobster costs more than 200 yuan for such a small portion, and the taste is average.
FromUS$153
3.7/513 Reviews
7.8km from Rubina
天城峠から天城高原ゴルフ場まで天城山地を16km縦走し終えたあとで宿泊しました。 縦走なので自家用車なく、登山口までと下山口からはバスでの移動でした。 縦走を終え、ようやく天城高原ゴルフ場駐車場に到着したのですが、あいにく、バスは出発したあと。次の最終バスまで1時間30分ほどあります。しかたがないので、ホテルに電話したら、「人がいないので送迎はできない。タクシーを自身で呼ぶか歩いてきてもらいたい」と。 駐車場からホテルまでは4km程度のようなので、仕方なく歩き始めました。16kmの縦走のあとの4kmは中々つらい。幸いにも、通りがかった親切な地元の方が我々を車に乗せてくださったので4kmすべてを歩く必要はなくなったのですが、ここのホテル、利用するのなら自家用車の利用をお勧めします。
FromUS$113
3.5/53 Reviews
8.64km from Rubina
Offering a large hot spring bath of which hot water is directly retrieved from its source, to which you can hop into once you are done with fun for a day, it is launch of a genuine glamping site where you can feel four seasons through the five senses.
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Hotels Near Rubina In Izu Review

4.3/542 Reviews
Breakfast is very rich, there is a hot spring in the room, you can soak at any time. I also gave my baby a free crib (though it was not used). When we checked in, the staff escorted us to the elevator entrance. After the elevator today, we bowed until the door closed, which is worthy of Marriott's service standards. Unfortunately, there is no room with a view of Mount Fuji. When you want to move in, you can request a Mount Fuji view room! The price/performance ratio for dinner is average, the large lobster costs more than 200 yuan for such a small portion, and the taste is average.
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FromUS$153
3.5/511 Reviews
There is a parking lot, the hotel has a particularly good environment management, standard and style rooms, a balcony outside the mountain stream, full facilities, to the store to charge 150 yen per person for the hot springs, indoor and indoor open-air hot springs are very good, the hotel is away from the bus It is 10 minutes away from the station, and the surrounding area is relatively quiet. There are fewer dining facilities outside.
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FromUS$88
3.8/510 Reviews
The decoration is in the Western style of the 1980s. For some years, the room we stayed in still has paint smell. I don’t know if it has been repaired recently. I am a little worried about whether the health will be affected. The location is really partial, there is nothing around, the hotel is also small, only eight rooms, no public entertainment facilities, no public hot springs. It rained heavily on the day we arrived and could only stay in the room with no view. Be careful not to drive by yourself. Traffic is too difficult. Compared with such an expensive house price, I really want to faint. Just came from Asahi of Shuzenji the day before, this price is more expensive than Asana, but the experience is like mud. The price/performance ratio is too low. I don't know what the bottom line is. The good place is good service, good ingredients for dinner and breakfast, the next day the weather cleared, saw Mount Fuji, at the same time the hotel helped to contact a reasonable price taxi to the next destination, which is a little soothing to check the mood of the day.
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FromUS$1,140
4.8/57 Reviews
We experienced one night at the superb Tofuya resort & loved every minute of our stay. It is very traditional & the experience is uniquely special. Our room was a traditional lay out with lovely beds facing the river & large bathroom with luxury amenities, the beautiful balcony onsen & a mini bottle of bubbles to welcome us. We also experienced the ladies onsen & both the family onsen spaces which were also beautifully appointed & relaxing. The dinner at the restaurant was superb & the hotel was diligent in managing an allergy. Breakfast was equally as special with multiple beautiful courses. On arrival, we had everything explained & were offered our choice of Yukuta for our stay. We loved wandering the grounds, exploring the gardens & enjoying dining in our traditional dress. The entire stay was sublime & we hope to return again in the future.
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FromUS$219
5/512 Reviews
Staying in this hotel on business trip, very beautiful building, beautiful environment, and the hot spring is amazing! It's not as noisy as the downtown area, it's especially quiet. Waking up in the morning and walking to the balcony to quietly listen to the sounds of birds from the window and smell the smell of nature is also a kind of enjoyment. High cost performance This hotel is worth recommending.
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FromUS$61
4.5/58 Reviews
The accommodation in this restaurant is the best pure kaiseki cuisine in my trip. At the same time, the price is very reasonable. It is equivalent to eating very delicious kaiseki cuisine and one night's accommodation will be given away. Secondly, his hotel is also very clean, and the sanitary spa is also very accurate. 
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FromUS$235
3.7/510 Reviews
初めての利用です。早めに到着してしまったら、お風呂施設は使えますよと、タオルや甚平などのお風呂セットを貸し出してくれたので、早速お風呂に行きました。 温泉のお湯は、無色透明の柔らかい感じの優しいお湯です。内湯はぬるめで、露天風呂は熱めでした。日帰りの方も利用できるお食事処や休憩室もありました。つれあいが「(今度は早めに来てチェックイン前に)ここでランチして風呂入って休憩してもいいかも。」と言ってました。近場でも宿を変えて数泊する我が家では、時間が余ってしまうこともあり、それもありと思いました。 さて、部屋ですが、今回はおまかせだったので、狭めの洋室でした。しかし、部屋は明るくモダンで快適で、ユニットバスもリニューアルしたばかりかしらと思うほど、新しくキレイでした。しかし、金庫が無かったので、少し心配でした。 さて、夕食ですが、今回は「和定食にカニ食べ放題、ワイン飲み放題」でした。実はつれあいから何度もワイン飲み放題のこちらのホテルに行こうの誘いがあったのですが、飲み放題ワインはイマイチと思って拒否してました。しかしワインはワイナリーのワインなのでブレンドワインでしたが、全然OKでした。また和定食はご飯以外は全部セットされていましたが、品数もあったので、ワインの良いつまみにもなりました。 ワイン飲み放題のホテルなので、来てるお客さんたちもゆっくり食べて飲んでで、レストランの方も急かす事もなく、マイペースで夕食を楽しみました。広い2ヶ所のレストランエリアに、密にならないようにテーブルも配置されており、安心して食事ができました。 朝食も和定食で、12種類のおかずと煮物など朝からしっかり食べれる内容でした。なお、今回はドリンクバーのみ、朝夕バイキングでした。レストランからはかなり大きなプールが見えました。大勢のお子さんたちがプールを楽しめる日が早く戻ってくるようにと願いました。 今回はコロナ自粛あけのためか、(きっといつもより)リーズナブルに利用させてもらい、ありがたかったです。快適で楽しい滞在となりました。なお、ホテルのスタッフの方たちも親切で良かったです。 Comfortable hotel with hot spring. Free wine at dinner time.
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FromUS$95
4.8/533 Reviews
This hotel is the most expensive one of this time, but personally think it is not worth the price. Arai Hotel is located next to Shuzenji Temple and is a 1-minute walk away. You can check in after 3 pm, you can leave your luggage there before, go to Xiushan Temple and go to Rainbow Town. Many restaurants around are only open at noon, and the recent FamilyMart is also 3 kilometers away, so it is recommended to have dinner at the hotel, otherwise, as we said, we went far away and found a restaurant that was open for business. The chicken and duck had been talking for a long time. Dumplings and fried rice. .
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FromUS$300
5/58 Reviews
Our party of nine stayed for four days and three nights at Hostel Knot and enjoyed every moment of the unique school tour. Our hosts were knowledgeable about Izu and generously took us around, organising wonderful workshops in calligraphy and making sushi and taking us fishing. Their hospitality was top notch. We occupied the individual rooms and one double room with tatami and liked the traditional atmosphere of the whole hostel. An unforgettable, meaningful and fun experience.
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FromUS$37
4.8/518 Reviews
Although the location is a bit far, it is very convenient because there is a bus and the station is next to the hotel. The environmental facilities and the photo display are exactly the same. The oversized wooden barrel on the terrace corresponds to the beautiful scenery of the earth and fertilizer port in front of you. While taking a bath and enjoying the sunset, it is so beautiful! Hotel service is also very good, into the room, the staff has put the bath water, the tea in the bedroom is good, drink a few warm tea can bathe ~~~ the scenery of the beach is too beautiful, put on the bathrobe Go and leave a shadow. Haha, after the check-out the next day, I personally sent us to the station next to it. At the hotel entrance, we watched us get on the bus and left, so intimate \(^o^)/
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FromUS$215
4.6/513 Reviews
The old hotel does not seem to be a tourist destination (not a few Chinese people, but it is also expected to be an individual), and Japanese people come to spend more weekends. The location is at the corner of the hot spring town of Xiushan Temple, which is a bit remote, but the hot spring town is very small, and it takes less than a few minutes to walk. From this perspective, the location problem can be ignored. It's right next to Guichuan. The hotel gave us a mountain view room. On the back of Guichuan, the scenery is also good. Outside the window is the white spire of the Orthodox Church. The hot spring is on the ninth floor, with indoor and outdoor. Considering the price of the hotel (over 1,000 a night), don't even think about taking a bath in the room, which is a few thousand yuan a night. Good hotels in the town are Kikuya and Arai, etc., both of which are famous and have a history. The former is the place where Natsume Soseki nourishes. Under the bridge in the center of the town, there is a small pavilion in Guichuan. There is a pool of hot springs in the pavilion. It is said to have more than 1,200 years of history. It is the earliest hot spring in Izu. There are allusions. It is said that Master Hongfa became hot water with a little cobalt. Father bathing. Hence the name Du Cobalt Soup. Japanese law banned bathing in this spring in 2010 (should include a ban on bathing feet, because the eyes are obviously not suitable for full-body bathing), but there are still two or two Chinese people bathing in it, and a lone boy has been soaking for a long time. Ashamed. It can be seen that the law belongs to the law, and the Japanese police and local governments are more tolerant.
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FromUS$133
3.7/513 Reviews
天城峠から天城高原ゴルフ場まで天城山地を16km縦走し終えたあとで宿泊しました。 縦走なので自家用車なく、登山口までと下山口からはバスでの移動でした。 縦走を終え、ようやく天城高原ゴルフ場駐車場に到着したのですが、あいにく、バスは出発したあと。次の最終バスまで1時間30分ほどあります。しかたがないので、ホテルに電話したら、「人がいないので送迎はできない。タクシーを自身で呼ぶか歩いてきてもらいたい」と。 駐車場からホテルまでは4km程度のようなので、仕方なく歩き始めました。16kmの縦走のあとの4kmは中々つらい。幸いにも、通りがかった親切な地元の方が我々を車に乗せてくださったので4kmすべてを歩く必要はなくなったのですが、ここのホテル、利用するのなら自家用車の利用をお勧めします。
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FromUS$113
4.8/517 Reviews
Very nice hotel, the housekeeper calls you to have dinner every day, and it will be delivered to the door in the morning. Breakfast and dinner are included every day, and the quality of the dinner is very high. The hotel has 4 large public hot springs and 4 small private hot springs, which can be changed every day and are comfortable. Hotel waiters are mostly well-dressed elderly women who are very enthusiastic. Their English is not good, but they will use a voice translation app to chat with you and introduce the dishes, although most of them still don't understand.
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FromUS$204
4.9/59 Reviews
We took a 3 hour trip from Tokyo to visit Sagasawakan, in the picturesque hot spring countryside surrounded by amazing views of the rivers, fields, trees and mountains. Taking the Shinkansen, then train, then bus, we were pleasantly surprised to be greeted at the Bus Stop and guided into the Ryokan (taking in our luggage as well). Such amazing service at arrival set the bar for which the staff at Sagasawakan easily matched. Once we checked in we were provided with a guide who also acted as our server during our stay. She provided great service, and while English communication wasn't 100%, her effort, and attitude were outstanding, and the English was good enough that we understood the facilities available to us, and all other information relevant to our stay. When booking, we were unaware of the bookable private hotsprings (outdoor / jaccuzi ), so it was a pleasant surprise when our guide advised us that we could book each of them for 40 minutes free of charge as part of our stay. I have stayed in 5 star hotels, and I would say the service was comparable. We stayed in the traditional Japanese Room with the private onsen bath. The room was clean, and tidy, and very cozy and comfortable. The experience felt very traditional Japanese, which is exactly what we were looking for in a Ryokan. Our room had a view of the river outside, and you could hear the sounds of nature and water flowing. The entire Sagasawakan Inn was surprisingly larger than expected, and there were atleast 5 other public onsens, in conjunction with the 2 private bookable ones. There are many places to relax in the ryokan in the common areas, with amazing natural views. The Gift Shop was also quite extensive. As part of our stay, we chose the kaiseki dinner and breakfast package, and it was an amazing dinner. The quality of food, variety and the amount all were outstanding. Comparable to Michelin star set courses I have had previously. Dinner was served in a private dining room with me and my partner. There were multiple courses which were all perfectly explained to us, and it was a great experience. We enjoyed the extensive amount of seafood served at dinner, but there were some things that i can understand less adventurous people may not enjoy so much. All the food was fresh and of excellent quality. Prior to checkout we were advised of thier free shuttle bus back to the station.
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FromUS$592
4.6/573 Reviews
I have stayed in no less than ten (or more) century-old hot spring hotels in Japan. I have to say that the soup corridor chrysanthemum is one of the top three best I have ever stayed in; and the two-person room that costs about 2500 yuan (including breakfast and dinner each) In terms of price, coupled with its supporting facilities and related services, it is definitely the king of the most cost-effective of the year (book two weeks in advance, just before Christmas). The transportation to Shuzenji is a bit inconvenient. If you don’t drive from Tokyo, it will take at least three hours to transfer from the Shinkansen to a regular train and then a bus. Therefore, the surrounding environment is less comfortable for people, and of course it is as clean and Japanese as ever. The hotel should be regarded as the largest and oldest hot spring hotel in the Shuzen Temple area (it has been more than 380 years since its inception). The hotel is divided into two areas, the new and the old, and it straddles the main river of Shuzen Temple (above the river is the hotel’s front desk and a covered bridge). Therefore, residents who are particularly sensitive to sound may have a certain impact on sleep (it also depends on whether the allocated room is close to the river), and this is definitely a lot better for me. Ctrip's evaluation of the hotel room is absolutely misleading. The room we stayed in said it was 19 square meters, but from the living room to the room and balcony, it was at least 50 square meters, which was super large and super surprise. The garden is definitely full score. The 380-year-old history has not affected its charm at all. The traces of youth and years coexist. The use of space pays great attention to the sense of design and maneuver. The house hundreds of years ago still retains the wood of the time, heating and air circulation. It is also full marks. Although some equipment is very old, it does not affect it. The coffee gallery is a landscape walking profile with windows on both sides. Coffee is free all day long. You can enjoy sunbathing at this walking profile. It is a wonderful time without changing money. In addition, there are free udon supper. ! The hot spring is divided into several public baths and private baths. At the front desk, there will be a waiter who will explain carefully. Each outdoor bath has its own characteristics. It has a mountain and a river. 、Almost no other guests can be seen during the private bath, close to the private room. In terms of food, if the total score is 10, it can only be scored from 7.5 to 8. The materials are very fresh, but the design of the "Chinese and Western Whole Wall" meal design is always missing some basic all-round requirements necessary for Japanese hot springs; In terms of taste, he can score 8 points. In addition, the surrounding area of Shuzenji Temple is worth wandering around for about half a day. In addition to cultural and historical sites, there are also many coffee lounges and handmade shops!
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FromUS$95
4.7/56 Reviews
Hotel location is good, very close to Xiushan Temple, Bamboo Forest Trail. There are 7 floors, which are considered high in local hotels. There is a forest behind the hotel and the air is nice. The old lady at the front desk was very kind and friendly in English. Dining is a VIP room in each section, you can enjoy the food quietly. Open air, go out on the fifth floor. The scale is not very large, connected to the mountains. An appointment is required. The time for soaking is 45 minutes. The time is up before people feel truly relaxed. Breakfast time is earlier and I want to go back and rest after eating. The tatami beds have been put away. Check-out time is 10:30 in the morning, guests can't leave, and then clean up. Not very humane.
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FromUS$448
4.7/511 Reviews
Features on the hot springs.
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FromUS$416
4/55 Reviews
The hotel is old and our room felt old. It was clean, just old. Our floor smelled a bit smoky, like years of tabacco smoking trapped in the walls. The staff here are very nice. It is a child-friendly hotel. The dinner and breakfast buffet were very nice; spacious, clean and relaxing with good choice. The guests in general were also very nice people, so it was easy to relax here. The onsens were pretty good, nothing spectacular but I enjoyed it. Toi is a small town on Izu. The hotel is quite close to the Toi Gold Mine which is well worth a visit. The beach is not really that nice.
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FromUS$215
4.7/5914 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
I will continue to choose this hotel next time. The location is superior and the service is serious. There is a drug store and a convenience store downstairs. The subway is 5 minutes away. Recommend everyone to consider staying in Tokyo. If the family of three is not recommended to book a double bed, the two beds in the twin room may not be comfortable. Directly from the Narita Airport Keisei Line Pay attention to the front terminal sign, not every train can be reached.
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FromUS$53
4.6/5775 Reviews
Shinjuku
The location of the hotel is about five or six minutes walk from the south exit of Shinjuku Station. The view on the high floors is good. Nishi-Shinjuku buildings are unobstructed. The front desk service is very nice. When checking in, I said お tired れ様です and handed over the towel. The room was not big but enough The only small flaw that feels pretty good with cleaning is that the window is not particularly large, but overall the price/performance ratio is already super high
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FromUS$55
4.7/5952 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, the traffic is very convenient, two subway stations are just outside the door, there are a lot of eating and shopping in the next two or three business districts, there is a shopping mall diagonally opposite, there is a Chinese restaurant on the ground floor, the cost is very high, the taste is also very good . The breakfast in the hotel itself is very good. There are three places to eat. The western breakfast on the top floor is the best, followed by the western food on the Lobby floor. The Japanese breakfast on the Lobby floor is exquisite but not full. The room is clean and hygienic. The area for two adults with one child is large enough. The bed is wide enough. The large bed is 2 meters wide. The garden inside the hotel is very beautiful, the garden is a standard Japanese garden, and there is an artificial waterfall. Generally speaking, it is very suitable for parent-child travel!
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FromUS$186
4.5/5558 Reviews
Shinjuku
I stayed for consecutive nights because of the corona vaccination being carried out at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. It has been used several times It is a beautiful hotel with no complaints. Cleaning is also perfect. This time the outside scenery was not good in the room, but it was good because I could relax in the room slowly. You can stay cheaply and get rid of the tiredness of work, which is really helpful. I look forward to working with you next month.
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FromUS$64
4.3/5443 Reviews
Shinjuku
Size of the room type: Considering the price point, it can be considered in Shinjuku area. After all, you can't expect a large area of 20-30 square meters for a few hundred blocks. By the way, if the luggage is too large, it may not be easy to expand. Transportation: It is close to the subway station Shinjuku Sanchome, but it is not particularly close. You need to walk a long way. There are various undocumented inside houses. Unfortunately, foreigners dare not look into it. It seems that there is no other comment on living at high levels at night It ’s so noisy, and the sound insulation of the room has not been actually tested, anyway, it is quite satisfactory From the perspective of personal travel, overall is pretty good
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FromUS$39
4.8/5230 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
Environment, service, and sanitation are first-rate. I do n’t have to say the location. I really like the design of the room. It ’s the Japanese style I chose for breakfast. I did n’t have enough to eat. I used a bowl of porridge until afternoon tea. I had to make a reservation by the window in advance. Replaced with a jewelry box. One of the small improvements is that we can't check in at less than three o'clock when we check in. We recommend to go out and go around. In the winter, we wait outside at three o'clock as a first-class hotel and we have not arranged a warm and comfortable waiting area. The bed looks uneven from the surface. Uneven
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FromUS$816
4.7/51003 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area
The room is arranged on the 18th floor, facing the Tokyo Tower. It’s so happy 🥳...The breakfast is on the 33rd floor. It is not luxurious and exquisite. Facing the tower view, I feel comfortable and have a great appetite! There are Tokyo Tower, parks, gardens, and Zojoji Temple, the tomb of General Tokugawa’s family, so adults and children can stroll around. The room facilities are very pleasant: not to mention the separation of dry and wet, the bathtub and the shower are separated, and it feels great!
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FromUS$505
4.3/5163 Reviews
Cleanliness Top class with no holes. However, I didn't know the location and the extension number of the front desk for air conditioning during the night, so when I called with my cell phone, the cleaner mistakenly said that I was checking out or I couldn't call the front desk from the room. The staff, who were as ignorant as I thought, responded. Elevators are also not recommended as we do not know the entrance to the elevators to the lower and upper floors at all.
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FromUS$698
4.6/53666 Reviews
Shinjuku
The location of the hotel is very good, it is very convenient to eat and buy things. The twin room was quite large and there were no problems with the two boxes tiled on the floor. Close to Shinjuku subway exit. Take the subway from the east exit or exit 13B, you can basically go straight to the hotel. Getting to and from the airport is also easy and convenient. Take the JR NEX directly to the airport. It's super convenient to go to Kamakura by Odakyu
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FromUS$94
4.6/5512 Reviews
Haneda Airport/Kamata
The hotel's location is very convenient, just on the departure floor of the International Departure Terminal of Haneda Airport. After reading other reviews, some said it was at counter L and some said it was at counter J. Go directly to the N check-in counter (the innermost one) on the departure floor, and then at the end of the counter is the hotel entrance. See Figures 1, 2, and 3. The front desk of the hotel is on this floor, then take the elevator to the floor where the room is located. The hotel is much larger than I expected. The 2nd to 7th floors of this terminal are all hotel rooms. The room is not big, but it is not too small. Because the child is not charged, there are only 2 beds that are put together. Slippers and pillows are for two people, you can go to the front desk and ask for another. Although the rooms are small, they are fully equipped and have bathtubs. The hotel's breakfast is said to be good, but it doesn't open until 6 o'clock. On our 8 o'clock flight, we didn't order breakfast. The restaurant also serves dinner. There are many other restaurants in the terminal, as well as fast food like Yoshinoya. If you have nothing to do, you can go to the observation deck to watch the plane take off and land. The walls and windows of the room were well soundproofed, and the sound of the plane taking off and landing was completely audible, but the soundproofing of the door was poor, and the sound of the corridor was clear. Overall, it is very suitable for people who fly early.
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FromUS$112
4.7/51059 Reviews
Suidobashi/Tokyo Dome
The room booked this time did not include breakfast. I saw that breakfast was very rich when passing by. The facilities are complete and the service attitude has not been said. It is really good. The room size is average. The price is 800 yuan. It can't be too bright. The location is good. It is a 5-minute walk from both Iidabashi Station and Suidobashi Station. The hotel's Rosen convenience store and the family across the street are convenient for breakfast. Another two minutes walk from Suidobashi Station is the Tokyo Dome. There is also a great value shack in the Shake Shack. It is very convenient to go to Sensoji Temple, Sky Tree, Ueno Park, museums, etc. It is just over an hour to Narita Airport.
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FromUS$59
4.7/5837 Reviews
I stayed in February, but this time it was even more comfortable 😆 The view was wonderful when I booked with Standard, and although I was stressed and irritated, I was healed by the night view 😆 The view was disappointing in the previous economy, but this time I knew that there were plenty of equipment such as a magnifying glass with a light that was nice for women who were not in that room, and I wanted to stay in both rooms as well.
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FromUS$99