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250-0311 Kanagawa, Hakone, Yumoto 592, Japan – Show map
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Massage, Hot Spring Bath
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs JPY 500 per day.
Baggage Storage, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Safe, Shops (on site), Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Until 11:00 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.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Offering hot-spring baths, reflexology treatments and 4 dining options is Yumoto Fujiya Hotel, a short walk from Hakone Yumoto Train Station.
Score from 269 reviews Excellent
Boasting hot spring baths that look out to picturesque Lake Ashi in Hakone, Hotel Musashiya is located just a 1-minute walk from the port for sightseeing lake cruises.
Score from 184 reviews Good
Hakone Suimeiso is located a 3 minute walk from Hakone Yumoto Station and a 15 minute walk from Sounji Temple. It offers public hot-spring baths, free parking on site and free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 312 reviews Very good
Hakone Pax Yoshino is located a 5-minute drive from Hakone-Yumoto Train Station and offers indoor/outdoor hot-spring baths and traditional multi-course Kaiseki meals.
Score from 238 reviews Very good
All the staffs are very nice and friendly. They will try to help you as much as they can even though they are not speaking English. We stayed at other Ryokans and found that Hotel Senkei had the best traditional food that we truly enjoy. The location is great - only 10-15 mins walk from the train station.
I think it is overprice for what they charged for. The facilities are old and need improvement. There is a damp and water dripping in our bedroom but no one said anything and just let us stayed.
Relatively cheap compared to what else I saw in the area. Internet in the lobby was good, as was the free-to-use PC in the lobby. Room was reasonably large. Tiny bathroom but fully functional and no issue to us. Breakfast in the cafe downstairs was good. Also had a reasonably good, cheap meal in the restaurant downstairs. Good, well kept onsen. Great location, just a few minutes walk from the centre of the town.
The bed was very firm. The wicker couch was also very firm.
Nice and clean hotel. We stayed in the front building where there is no lift. Our rooms were on 4th floor, not a Japanese style.
No food included. Outdoor onsen spa was not so convenient as you have to climb up 5 stories where during night time, it was not so convenient.
The onsens were nice and well maintained.
The location was a bit far for walking to Hakone Yumato station with luggage. Our bathroom flooded everytime we used the shower or basin. The hotel in general was in need of renovation; tired looking. Rather expensive for what we experience
A simple, clean,spacious room (spacious by Japanese standards).
No elevator to fourth floor of Senki Plaza.
Value for money.
Staff is very helpful. Price is one of the cheapest considering it is a Hakone.
bed is very springy type. Hot spring does not look really amusing. Facilities is ok.. if you wish to just stay for the night.
room is big,
dinner/breakfst is just fine but a bit expensive. Open-air hot spring only open to women at night and open to men in the morning. You need to go to indoor hot spring then.
localization, 10 minutes from train station the onsen and the view
ridiculous expensive cust/benefice the onsen´s using timetable/hours men´s/woman very limited
Great sized rooms, a little old but no issue.
Stairs, there is no elevator.
Was easy to get to Senkei, staff spoke some english and was very hospitable.
Apparently stays should come with Japanese meals provided in the room. I did not get any, was not sure if it was included the hotel package I got. Only found out on hindsight when I got back and friends told me I missed out.
Hotel room was big and well appointed. The on site onsen was a great way to unwind after a full day of sightseeing. The hotel is within a 10-15mins walk from the station. You will pass by alot of touristy shops along the way. All in all, good value.
There is no lift nor porter. So you will have to lug your own luggage up to your room. Spa services are really really expensive. The room which i stayed in does not have a view. The windows are opaqued and sealed.
clean, spacious rooms. comfortable futons. onsens- clean.
Too quick to bring food and kick us out on the last day Asked for breakfast at 8.15 Already at our door at 8 Wanted to leave on 10.53 bus on last door almost pushed out at 10.30
Onsen very nice
Amazingly helpful staff Very pretty rooms Very pretty building/paths Nice outdoor roof hot tub Public baths open until very late at night
Price is high (but typical of region) Dinner is 100$ per person so we skipped it Ad was misleading -- we thought there will be an "onsen-style" bath in the room, but there was just regular bath.
I am so glad we chose to stay in Ryokan, such a new and nice experience. The room is so spacious and relaxing. The sleeping on futon was awesome. The best nights I ever had. We had traditional dinner. They brought lots of food - all amazing. The onsen is good as well, not too many people. Very clean. Location is good as well. Close to the train station and shopping.
Next time we would just stay closer to the mountain. There is nothing bad about this place!
We stayed in the Senkei Annex Yamagaso, a traditional style ryokan. It was very private and had a beautiful garden to enjoy through sliding doors. The staff were very polite and attentive and looked after us well. There was a choice of onsen - indoor, separated for men and women which were available most of the time, or a rooftop onsen which was available at certain times for men or women. I had the onsen to myself - it was quiet and relaxing. The Japanese ladies brought ocha to us in the morning and afternoon and escorted us to breakfast each day. Breakfast was western style and there was plenty of it! A good alternative to a hotel room.
Although it was nice to feel pampered, at times it would have been nice to just be left alone! The walk from town wasn't far but some people might rather be right in the town centre.
Location , but recommend you check the shuttle bus to the hotel or it's a bit of a walk . only 100 yen per person every 20 min from the station
My Room no view , no wifi , no English TV
Helpful staff that resolves issues quickly. Lovely position on hillside Easy walk to town. Loved the Tea service in room upon arrival
One room a bit musty however we were moved to a better room.
Good sized room for Japan's standards, clean, friendly staff and free onsen was a bonus. We took the shuttle bus from the station which dropped us off right there but a 10 min walk otherwise.
-the amazingly kind staff -one of the few (maybe only) ryokans that served meals in our room -the outdoor onsen -the room amenities (including a well-stocked mini-bar) -the views of the mountain from our room and the open-air onsen
-no in-room wifi (but could be a good thing too)
The window did not have clear glass and could not open. No view from the room and no fresh air from outside. Over priced.
i stayed at senkei plaza inn, which is good for budget travellers. close to the station, shuttle service provided, excellent onsen for the price.
bit old but it is clean
The town seems to die after 4:00 pm. No place to buy dinner. The $40 loop around Lake Ashi Is fun a thing to do. Hakone-machi is a great place to stop for a hike and lunch and souvenir buying. Senkei had a great western breakfast,cheap.
I would have walked to Senkei. the shuttle was crowded and didn’t have to go far. Senkei is very basic accommodations.
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