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HOTEL&RESORT Izu no Ne, hotel in Higashiizu

Located in Higashiizu, a 8-minute walk from Atagawa You Yu Beach, HOTEL&RESORT Izu no Ne has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Guests can enjoy sea views.

Our experience there was excellent. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Location accross street from beach is great! Enjoyed the Onsen baths.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
123 reviews
Price from$130.75per night
Atagawa Heights, hotel in Higashiizu

Located in Higashiizu, one mile from Atagawa You Yu Beach, Atagawa Heights provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV....

7.2
Scored 7.2
Good
Rated good
82 reviews
Price from$130.53per night
自家源泉の宿 竜宮の使い Ryugu no Tsukai, hotel in Higashiizu

Located in Higashiizu, 28 miles from Shuzen-ji Temple, 自家源泉の宿 竜宮の使い Ryugu no Tsukai has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking and a restaurant.

Best value for a Spa hotel with delicious breakfast and dinner provided.
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
95 reviews
Price from$125.64per night
Tabist Izu Atagawa Onsen Hotel Gyokuryu, hotel in Higashiizu

Located in Higashiizu, a 10-minute walk from Atagawa You Yu Beach, Tabist Izu Atagawa Onsen Hotel Gyokuryu has accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking and a restaurant.

6.2
Scored 6.2
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
14 reviews
Price from$68.51per night
Bousui, hotel in Higashiizu

21 miles from Shuzen-ji Temple in Higashiizu, Bousui offers accommodations with access to a sauna, hot spring bath, and hot tub.

The private onsen rooms were great. Both dinner and breakfast are amazing.
9.4
Scored 9.4
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
114 reviews
Price from$383.91per night
Hiina, hotel in Higashiizu

Hiina offers accommodations in Higashiizu, a 8-minute walk from Atagawa You Yu Beach and 24 miles from Shuzen-ji Temple. This 3-star ryokan offers an elevator and full-day security.

Very nice private hot spring baths outside the main building. Lovely small garden. Spacious rooms.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
51 reviews
Price from$284.38per night
Isaribi (No Children), hotel in Higashiizu

Featuring private open-air hot spring bath in all rooms, Isaribi is located in Hagashiizu, 1.7 mi from Atagawa Hot Springs.

Both dinner and breakfast are exceptional. The meals are served in the room, and the staff are wonderful.
9.3
Scored 9.3
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
220 reviews
Price from$310.23per night
Atagawa Prince Hotel, hotel in Higashiizu

Located in Higashiizu, 656 feet from Atagawa Hot Spring, Atagawa Prince Hotel is a 4-star ryokan in Higashiizu features views of the sea.

The spa was fantastic! Indoor / outdoor facilities. Sauna, several mineral pools, beautiful view. Get the breakfast! It was delicious and served in a quaint tatami mat, private room with a heater at our feet. Really beautiful and a highlight of our trip. The double room was huge and SO comfortable. Floor to ceiling windows with ocean view. You basically live in the robes and jackets and slippers in the hotel. There was a van waiting at the train station to bring us up to the hotel (at the top of the hill)...very convenient and we did not even know about it! Loved the whole experience of this Onsen hotel!
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
97 reviews
Price from$227.50per night
Itoen Hotel Atagawa, hotel in Higashiizu

23 miles from Shuzen-ji Temple in Higashiizu, Itoen Hotel Atagawa features accommodations with access to a public bath and open-air bath.

The spa was nice
6.3
Scored 6.3
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
153 reviews
Price from$89.58per night
Atagawa Yamatokan, hotel in Higashiizu

Atagawa Yamatokan provides beachfront accommodations in Higashiizu. This ryokan provides free private parking and an elevator.

I like it here. The room boasts incredibly beautiful scenery, facing the vast ocean, which is quite breathtaking. The carefully prepared food is also plentiful; the portions are so generous that we couldn't finish them all. The hot springs are also extremely comfortable.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
74 reviews
Price from$118.92per night
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What Guests Said About Higashiizu:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    A very natural fishing village great for divers and...

    A very natural fishing village great for divers and fishermen. People very friendly and earthy. A fantastic place for the sunrise and sunset but no immediate beach area if you want to swim. A lack of restaurants but there is one convenience store and it's very easy to jump on a train and go to the next town.
    STEPHEN
    Japan
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    There isn’t a lot to do in Atagawa onsen. 2 nights and one...

    There isn’t a lot to do in Atagawa onsen. 2 nights and one day was enough. We enjoyed the onsen hotel, ate in the hotel, visited the Banana Alligator park & a small shrine near the station. If you stayed for a longer time you could travel to Izu-Kogen when there is more to see. If you don’t have a car, the train times are limited so check before you go to avoid long waits in the train station.
    A
    Anonymous
    Japan
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    The sandy beach and clean ocean are fantastic, as there are...

    The sandy beach and clean ocean are fantastic, as there are also lifeguards so its a nice place to sunbathe and swim. Sadly, Corona virus has had a devastating impact on a lot of the hotels and shops so there aren't many places open. However, the restaurants that are still operating were reasonably priced with great food at reasonable prices. It's easy to get around as it's only a small place. Its built on a steep slope so you can take taxis if you don't want to walk. The station is easily accessible so you can use this town as a base. Just be aware that you will need to pay in cash almost everywhere, so don't rely upon your credit cards. There is an ATM in the local Family Mart Convenience store about ten minute walk from the station.
    SG112
    Japan
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    Higashiizu is small seaside town.

    Higashiizu is small seaside town. A couple of nights there was just right, any more time and we would have run out of things to do. If the weather cooperates, you can spend time at the beach or climb the cliff to Sakurayama park for an ocean view. The alligator garden is surprisingly interesting and one can easily spend 2 hours there. Most hotels in the area offer onsens and I believe there are some not attached to hotels. I would definitely recommend having or renting a car so as to be able to visit some of the neighboring towns for some more dining and activity options.
    Njeri
    United States of America
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    The town where we stayed (Atagawa) is falling to pieces.

    The town where we stayed (Atagawa) is falling to pieces. It would have been amazing in its hay day (80's/90's) but many of the hotels are falling apart if not closed up. We stayed at the Atagawan which was lovely and well maintained. Views of the ocean were beautiful. Not enough to do in the town, of even the next town (which we walked to). Expensive round trip to the end of the train line if you wanted to see the other towns (approx. $60 return for three of us). I would return to the Izu Peninsula again, but I would stay on the Western side next time.
    MEAGHAN
    Australia