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248-0021 Kanagawa, Kamakura, Sakanoshita 11-7, Japan – Show map
|Bunk Bed in Female Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bunk Bed in Mixed Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Double Room with Small Double Bed|
|Quadruple Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Twin Room with Shared Bathroom|
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IZA Kamakura Guest House and Bar's staff speaks: Japanese, English
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BBQ Facilities, Terrace
Bicycle Rental, Library
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs JPY 1000 per day.
Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry
Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 156 reviews
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A 10-minute train from Enoshima Island, 8 Hotel reflects the relaxed atmosphere that the Shonan region is famous for.
Score from 260 reviews Very good
Ideally located just a 3-minute walk from JR Kamakura Station, Villa Sacra offers unique designer hostel accommodation in collaboration with various artists.
Score from 48 reviews Very good
A 5-minute walk from JR Kannai Train Station, the Daiwa Roynet Hotel Yokohama-Koen has accommodations with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 459 reviews Excellent
Open from October 2014, Sotetsu Fresa Inn Fujisawa-Minamiguchi offers comfortable rooms and free WiFi, just a 1-minute walk from Odakyu and JR Fujisawa Station.
Score from 77 reviews Excellent
IZA Kamakura offered breakfast of both English and Japanese styles. It was delicious, sizable, and inexpensive. The atmosphere is warm with sweet and helpful staff. The hostel is central to many great sites around this ancient city. A short walk from viewing Mount Fuji. I plan on staying there again in the future. :)
I traveled enishima island and kamakura for 2 days and IZA was the accommodation. Loved the place. It was quite smaller than expectation but fun enough to make new friends.
The taste of coffee, seriously.
The staff is the best ! Nice and helpful and they can cook too. Great location to the beach and the great Buddha.
Just great place.
Nice people, nice bar and good place where to stop by to visit Kamakura!
Great accommodation & staff, relaxing Bar & athmosphere, selfmade Dinner & breakfast highly recommended !
Great location right near to Hase station, the beach and the Buddha. The staff were super friendly, helpful and could speak good English. The vibe was really fun with jazz music at the bar.
The bedroom was very small. It was very noisy when people started to wake up in the mornings. I was woken up at about 7 am.
The Hotel has good Location, and the staffs are very friend. Dinner in the hotel is very Delicious. It make me feel like at a friend's home.
Staff has been great and very helpful
from 11pm to 6am it was good. The rest of time it has been far too noisy, very hard to catch some sleep. Room is quite small, even for japan.
Very nice and friendly place. Everything is done by the staff to feel like home.
The atmosphere, the staff and location.
My wife didn't like being in a hostel but I didn't mind at all.
The owner and staff were so welcoming and helpful. They went out of their way to help us with our travel plans in English as we didn't speak Japanese. Great location.
Nothing, this was a great place to stay
Everything was fabulous. Its great to have staff like at Iza, they were GENUINELY friendly, helpful and most accommodating. They made us a lovely Miso soup after their diner had closed. we checked in late due to delayed flight They gave us information on how to get to the sightseeing spots which was like a 10 minute walk from the hostel. If we visit Kamakura we will surely stay here again. Value for money。 Thank you. .
the room is very small and not much place if 2 people but then the service, and cleanliness and its prime location for that price is so good that the space constraint does not matter if its a 1 or 2 nights stay as ours was.
Stuff very cool and helpful.
Room was really small. Payment ONLY by cash.
The building is a house. The bathrooms are full bathrooms, doily towels, the shower in the back is spacious, huge mirror/sink/vanity. The female dorm was a bit crowded but manageable. The bar downstairs offered comfy seats. Staff was friendly. Yes they charge to store luggage but the charge is still cheaper than a locker at the station.
Only two showers for the entire house, one shower "closes" at 10pm. I had to ask to have the AC turned on (Japan in August!). The remote is kept behind the front desk. The staff turned the unit on very low. It was uncomfortable to sleep. Sitting outside to avoid the noise in the bar, every single person came outside to smoke at least twice, including staff. The location is close to Hase station but very far from anything else. Only two restaurants nearby, nearest konbini is quite a walk. Very close to the beach.
Most of the staff are young and energetic. They also able to orgainze event occasionally that enhance guests' experience.
if check out time could be at noon...
staff very friendly
barely english spoken no credit card accepted quite far from main station
- cleanliness; it's the most neat and clean hostel I've ever stayed - staffs are friendly and helpful - location! very closed to train station and even closer to the beach - lovely atmosphere
- sleeping space. it's a bit small but understandable. - air circulation in female dorm room. It was a bit stuffy but, luckily, I opted for the bed under air-conditioner so it's not that bad.
Good value. Rent a bike and see the sights.
Well, the inn was so near to the seashore that we could take a wonderful walk on the seashore looking the sunset into the Pacific Ocean. As it was not high season, we could enjoy solitary morning walk as well. It was near from the temples where Ajisai festival was on. It was great ! The inn was very near from the railroad station so we could get to Kamakura or Hakone easily. The room was really really small , it was the smallest one of my life, but the sheet was clean and cozy, we could get a cocoon sleep.We never forget that room.^^
when we got there, we took us a good walk from Hase bus station. If there were some more guide to access from Kamakura or kitakamakura, we would have taken the train to the Hase railroad station which is very near from the inn. If the inn give some more transportation information on its online homepage, we could have planned longer stay. Kamakura and Kitakamakura have a lot to visit and see....
Amazing fun friendly staff best place to stay in Kamakura hands down
Perfect location, friendly and informal staff, wifi, and again perfect location a stones throw from the beach!!
The location is very good, close to the temples we wanted to visit and also close to the station.
There was really nothing in the room, only the bed. It would be nice if they had at least a little table to put our things on it, not on the floor...
Very easy to find the place. Most staff spoke perfect english , made it easier to me to communicate since my japanese is very limited. Bed had proper bed sheets and pillows. Most value places I have been staying at around Japan have had very cheap bedding and furniture.
My room was meant to have a fridge that I would share with one other person but was placed in the other person's room so I had no access to it. I did speak to staff about it and they appologized for it but it was my last afternoon at the hotel so it was not moved.
Close to train stop Hase, and a short walk from the great Buddha. Clean.
Noisy, because of the staff! They chat and even shout laughing until late night and in the morning from 6 AM, inside and out in the street, right in front of the guests' rooms. My reservation on Booking.com stated check out from 10 to 12 AM, but they claimed it is a mistake of the web site. I guess the hostal gives its own details when registering to Booking.com, thus it is actually their mistake. Anyhow, they kicked us out by 10, agreeing to keep our luggage until 12, but asking money to keep it for longer! I have never heard something similar! The time of check out is not written anywhere in the hotel, but they have plenty of signs stating the cost to use the washing machine: interestingly, they are not consistent and the written price is different in different rooms. It is anyway difficult to get details from the staff, no one was able to speak English (fortunately I was travelling with a Japanese native speaker). No kitchen facility available, and the shared space consists of three tables used as a bar: quite inconvenient to interact with other guests.
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