Fuji-Hakone-Izu-kokuritsu-koen Hotels

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  • Reviews: 2

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K House Fuji: Stay in K House

Service :8/10

Nice place to stay. Price consider good for budget traveler.
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Facilities:

Kitchen stove   
Microwave
Toaster      
Food storage
Rice cooker    
Pans, Pots
Kitchen utensils  
Cooking oil
Spices(salt and papper,etc)
Dishes , Cups, Glass, etc

Depend on what type of room that you order.If you just want to sleep with low price you can
have share type of room.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Mountain Climbing, Photography
  • Written February 19, 2010

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  • Gili_S profile photo Gili_S
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Fuji Lake hotel

We stayed at this Fuji Lake hotel which was fantastic. Our room was large with a lake view and the stay was including traditional dinner and breakfast. Not to mentioned an outdoor jacuzzi break in afternoon :)

Great location and high quality of services

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written January 7, 2010
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  • bradstow2 profile photo bradstow2
  • Reviews: 1

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Minshuku Fukumuro: Japan's Hidden Izu gem

A cozy, welcoming small family-run minshuku in Toi (whence you can get a ferry to Shimizu - fun place, full of good fish and great bars, e.g. O-hana...).
Minshuku Fukumuro is not difficult to find, plenty of parking. It is impeccably clean and well-run. It can accommodate a maximum of 25 guests (so book well in advance). We stayed during the "off" season (i.e. early Novmeber) and were offered a 10% discount by the local Tourist Office. We had three rooms, one family room for four, one triple and a double. With a simply excellent traditional Japanese evening meal, unlimited use of the two onsen in the building (including one with an outdoor section, so you can stargaze!), and a really tasty breafast the next morning, our TOTAL bill (after discount) was ¥70,000. Remarkable value!

TWO onsen baths. Especially the outdoor one! (not quite lobster heat...)
Quiet, clean place and relaxing atmosphere.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Beaches, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Family Travel
  • Written November 8, 2009

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  • machomikemd profile photo machomikemd
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Hotel Regina: located in Kawagichiko Area

where most of the mount fuji day tourst with lunch included usually have their lunch set meals. Hotel Regina is a third class, resort hotel in the Lake Kawaguchiko Area of Yamanashi Prefecture (the fuji five lakes region). the hotel has been a favorite destination of local and foreign tourists as a stepping stone into the lake kawaguchi and the five lakes region since the accomodations here are ok and the price is not that much since a basic room rate starts at 8,000 yen (w/ out a mount fuji view and 10,000 yen for a mount fuji view) unlike the more expensive hotels in the area. the hotel also boasts views of mount fuji from the Lake Kawaguchi area if there is no cloudy weather.

Hotel Facilities
Japanese Restaurant (Kaiko, where we had our set Japanese Bento Lunch Menu).
Western Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Coffee Shop
Tea Lounge
Japanese Style Pub (Izakaya)
Bar
Room Service
Conference Rooms
Banquet Halls
Shop
Vending Machines
Fax Service
Laundromat
Car Parking
FREE FOR GUESTS
Japanese Style Bathhouse
Natural Hot Spring
Sauna
Outdoor Hot Spring Bath
Tennis Courts
Swimming Pool
Rental Bicycles
Other Facilities

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Luxury Travel, Spa and Resort
  • Written November 7, 2009
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  • y_lyn profile photo y_lyn
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Budget Accomodation

We slept on tatami mats here. Clean and good facilities, including a big kitchen. There is internet access here too.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written December 12, 2007
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  • alluringworld profile photo alluringworld
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Green Plaza Hotel: Best place to get away from the crowds...

You will get to see more Japanese guests here than overseas tourists. The staff here are very friendly. However, they speak little English and it maybe slightly more challenging to understand them. On the first night, we stayed in a Japanese styled room which has a fantastic view of Mt Fuji. On the second nite, we changed it to a room with attached onsen. In general, the hotel is well maintained but by 9pm, there is almost no or little activities... The only thing left to do is to either go soak in the onsen, play the jackpot on the basement level.... oh... err... watch TV (Japanese channels) in the room!

During the day time, if you like to do some shopping, you may want to venture to the Gotemba Factory Outlet. It has various labels and may probably be your shopping haven. (Tho' it was not for us.) The only advice is that you should check out the bus schedules before going... you will have difficulties getting back if you have missed the last bus... Good luck to you if you did miss it!

There are not many must-see sights in Gora or Hakone. You may want to take the train ride to Hakone Yumoto to walk around the area for half a day. :) All in all... it is place to cleanse your body and mind!!!

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written May 4, 2007
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View of Mt Fuji from our room

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  • victorwkf profile photo victorwkf
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Hakone Prince Hotel

Hakone Prince Hotel is a very big and luxurous hotel located on the banks of Lake Ashi on the foot of Mount Komagatake. There are normal hotel rooms, apartments, japanese style chalets to choose from and there are many facilities here including cable car ride up to Mount Komagatake (I think there is even an aquarium here). Also, the hotel has one of the best open air natural hot spring bath (onsen) in the Hakone area. I did not stay at this hotel but did manage to walk around and try the onsen (10,000 yen) and it was great. Also, there is a nice park area next to Lake Ashi which is both beautiful during the day and at night (the lighting here at night is really good). The only problem is that this hotel is relatively far from Moto-hakone town, where most of the attractions are located.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Family Travel, Spa and Resort
  • Written January 14, 2007
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Hakone Prince Hotel, Japan

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Lakeside Inn Charlotte (Part 2)

I stayed at a Japanese style room facing Lake Ashi and it was great. The room was very comfortable with nice mattresses, clean and all the basic amenities. There is air-con and heater (good for cold weather). There is a can drink dispenser just outside my room so it is really very good :)

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Luxury Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written January 11, 2007
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My japanese style room at Lakeside Inn Charlotte

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Lakeside Inn Charlotte (Part 1)

The Lakeside Inn Charlotte is a very popular, good and cozy pension conveniently located at the waterfront area of Moto-hakone town (at the heart of the town area and very close to the ferry jetty and nearby attractions). You can choose either the Japanese style rooms or the normal rooms, either facing the lake (very good views) or the mountains. The rooms are very good, clean and with all the basic amenities. The restaurant has very good breakfast (included in price) as well as very good Japanese style dinner. Internet assess is free of charge. The staff are very friendly and the manager (Mr Hattori, please see photo) is a very nice man who is fluent in English. I stayed at this pension and really enjoyed myself. Cost of rooms range between 12,000 to 18,000 japanese yen per person and is about average compared to other surrounding accomodations. Check out the photos here as well as part 2 of this tip which I will show you photos of the Japanese style room which I stayed.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written January 11, 2007
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Lakeside Inn Charlotte, Moto-hakone, Japan

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Fuji Hakone Guest House: Fuji Hakone Guest House

Very cozy and clean guest house. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The rooms are very sweet, warm, clean and quiet. We enjoyed this guest house very much! We asked for a room with nice view and got it. The guest house is very near to the bus stop. There is a time table for busses and a list of the restaurants in the vicinity with the menus and prices. So you can easily choose the restaurant. On arrival the staff will give you a good local map where everything is indicated! What a service! The guest house does not serve dinner. The breakfast is not included in the room rate, but you can order it separate. The breakfast will be served in the living room.

-The guest house has its own onsen! Both outdoor and indoor. See more information and more pictures in my ?nightlife tips?. The price for onsen is included in room rate, but you need to book your half-an-hour. We booked 21.00 and get the most unforgettable experience! We enjoyed it so much that we booked again, 7.30 next morning! Wow! Fantastic! It is a real hot-spring water, with 18 minerals. In other places it can be just plain hot water, but not in Fuji Hakone Guest House!

-Great staff!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: National/State Park
  • Written April 4, 2006
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The living room

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Kai Resort

This is a quaint little inn located from viewing distance of Mount Fuji. The managers are very friendly and we actually took a picture with him in our yakutas.

It has both indoor and outdoor hot spring pools to soak.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Written June 18, 2003
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Kai Hotel


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