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401-0301 Yamanashi, Fujikawaguchiko, Funatsu 1, Japan – Show map
|Deluxe Room with Tatami Area and Mountain View - Non-Smoking|
|Twin Room with Lake View - Smoking|
|Twin Room with Mountain View - Non-Smoking|
|Standard Room with Tatami Area and Lake View - Smoking|
|Deluxe Room with Tatami Area and Mountain View - Smoking|
|Deluxe Room with Tatami Area and Open-Air Bath with Lake View - Non-Smoking|
|Superior Room with Tatami Area and Lake View - Non-Smoking|
|Corner Room with Mountain View - Non-Smoking|
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds
Sauna, Spa, Massage, Hot Spring Bath, Karaoke
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Shuttle Service (free), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Lockers, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
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Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child from 3 to 5 years is charged JPY 2100 per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Featuring great views of Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi, Konanso has natural hot spring baths and large Japanese-style rooms with traditional tatami (woven-straw) floors.
Score from 420 reviews Excellent
Right on the shore of the scenic Kawaguchiko Lake, Hotel New Century boasts spacious Japanese-style rooms overlooking the lake and Mount Fuji.
Score from 284 reviews Very good
Offering beautiful Mount Fuji views from its hot-spring baths, guest rooms and hot tub, the Mizuno Hotel is a 5-minute drive from Kawaguchiko Train Station.
Score from 534 reviews Very good
The luxurious ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) Fuji Onsenji Yumedono is located just over a quarter mile from Lake Kawaguchiko.
Score from 188 reviews Excellent
The comfortable Japanese Tatami room. Our comfortable Western beds. The friendly and informative Staff. Our Yukatas that we wore to dinner and breakfast. Our wonderful Japanes banquet we had for dinner and the more than generous breakfast. The view of the lake was glorious. The photo point of Mt Fuji on our floor. The beautiful Decor of the Cafe.
Staff are very helpful;
there are other hotels around the lake with a much better view of mt Fuji; overall hotel condition is quite run down esp lobby carpets etc
Clean, pleasant, polite helpful staff.
Dated decor and appointments could do with an update.
I like the comfort of the room and the in room onsen facing Fuji
It's on the lake side and not facing Fuji. Although our room said mountain view, Fuji is being instructed by many buildings. The set food is poor although the setting is nice. The dining room is unacceptable. Looks like a high school functions facility.
The room is spacious and the lake view is beautiful.Shuttle bus service is fantastic as it is run on guests' demand base instead of fixed schedule timetable. Onsen (both inside and outside) is clean and comfortable too.
The staff was very friendly and more than willing to assist. The dinner was excellent. The view of the lake was marvelous. The location of the hotel was perfect.
Location and onsen facilities, comfortable beds and pleasant staff
Were not allowed to have dinner as we had not booked inclusive but there are virtually no restaurants open in town after 6pm. Not vey helpful approach
Views were spectacular. Staff were great and helpful.
We requested a non smoking room but there was a smoking station just down the corridor so the corridor constantly smelt of smoke. It was at the point which was designated as the Mt. Fuji viewing spot which meant we couldn't enjoy the view and smoke was also able to be smelt in the dining room whilst eating. The fridge was locked at certain times so couldn't access milk for a cup of tea.
The hotel location is perfect. Hotel will collect and deliver you from the railway station. You can walk to the boats and cable car. Our lake view room had a private open air bath. The hotel also has a public Japanese bath (male and female separate). Food was good.
The hotel could benefit redecoration. When we stayed, other guests were mostly elderly.
landscape, room, onsen, massage (not included) and kaiseki cusine
little bit expensive
-location -onsen -rooms - comfortable and large - staff - friendly and polite but very little language skills
-breakfast ends at 8.30 what gives no opportunities to say in bed long -public areas: lobby, restaurant, lounge need some serious refurbishing and reconstruction -for 500 EUR per night dont expect any luxury nor flexibility -nothing to do in the area after 19, indeed you have to go to bed to walk up early for breakfast ;-)
Front location to the lake Nice views on Mount Fuji from the Mount Fuji observatory Relatively spacious rooms with good amenities
Mediocre food as part of the half board package Dirty carpets everywhere Hotel needs clean up and refurbishment of all public areas
Proximity to Mt Fuji. Room was large with a nice view of the mountain. The breakfast room has a great panoramic view of the area.
There is not a lot to do or see in the area other than climbing the mountain itself.
The hotel has a Fujikyu sightseeing bus stop. View of mount Fuji is decent, although it has lots of buildings in front. Staff was extremely polite and helpful.
Here, you can only see either the mount or the lake, not both. For better view, go for the establishments at the north side of the lake. Dinner was so-so.
As all hotels in Japan, this hotel was clean, and staff friendly
I assume we had just a standard room, but it was not cheap. There is no way any of the views claimed on the website were available to most of the hotel, including the breakfast sky lounge. The onsen facilities, like much of the hotel, need some serious investment. Overall we were very disappointed
Lovely staff. Gorgeous lake view from the room. Nice to experience the Japanese traditional room. Good choice for breakfast. Lake area stunning during day, good for a long walk. Good free shuttle van to & from train/bus station. Amazing view of Mount Fugi on a clear day.
Visited in early July & couldnt find anything open past 7pm in the area - not even for dinner. Was really surprised by this. Area really terrible at night. Thankfully we only had 2 nights booked here. Hotel is very very dated & could do with some TLC in most areas. It looks more run down than traditional in most parts which is sad because it could be a big lovely hotel. No alcoholic bar in the hotel, only a vending machine with beer or gin?!?! Only Japanese dinner menu available in the hotel which isnt great when there is no choice in the area. Serious lack of dining options in the area. Very limited in general.
Great location for Lake and view of Mount Fuji. Very relaxing. Best of all was the evening meal. We stayed 2 nights and dinner was a work of art on both occasions. I have no idea what we ate but it was superbly presented and went down a treat. Even our 4 year old tried and enjoyed most of what was presented to her. A real Japanese experience!
Communication was difficult particularly at reception. No one spoke any more than just a few words of English. This would be only criticism.
The hotel originates from the 1930's and the decor remains dated but this gives character. Part of my room was traditional and beautiful, all ver clean but the view and location are what you pay for. Superb. Mt Fuji one side and Kawaguchiko lake the other. There are amenities close by including a cable car which is worth a go to see the view. The hotel provides a free shuttle bus to take you into the main part of the town near the station which is a five minute drive. Breakfast was great ... And the public bath/onsen clean. Staff incredibly helpful. They provided entertainment in the evenings with traditional Japanese drums & bingo. I'd definitely recommend to friends & family.
Lake Kawaguchiko is a nice place and we enjoyed the stopovers by the bus although the intervals were a little long to wait. At the last stop 22, on 21 June we managed to catch a glimpse of the magnificient Mt Fuji from a distance. It was originally covered by clouds but the window was opened for photography for a brief period! Amazing view... Breakfast buffet-styled was decent with the usual mostly Japanese offerings. Overall ok for a 1 night stay!
The room rate is overpriced with half board i.e. dinner and breakfast. So at check-in time, we opt for no dinner. Lo and behold all the dining places in the area were inaccessible because the free bus service plying in that area stopped at about 6pm. We can only walk about 1 bus stop away in the dimly lit roads and finally settled in a small restaurant just across Fuji Lake hotel... for a simple but appetising meal by an old couple 73 and 66 years old.
The setting and in-room bath was amazing. A real treat. Breakfast was fine - nothing amazing, but nice and lots of options; western and Japanese. Didn't have dinner, or stick around for the drum show or bingo. Went for a walk around the lake instead, much nicer!
Having to go home afterwards!
On the lake, with view to lake and on the orher side Mt Fuji - this place was once top.
The whole building including the rooms are worn out. Too bad they missed to renovate the rooms or some other rooms in the hotel. The chairs in the lobby are stained so is the carpet in the hallways and rooms. The price is not worth for what you get We had cheaper hotels in Japan with more than twice the comfort
Very helpful staff and well furnished rooms. Nice views over the lake. Good cultural ambiance and historic hotel. Excellent dinner and breakfast.
It would have been nice if the hotel were located on the other side of the lake so that both Mt Fuji and the lake could be seen together.
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