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Recommended for family trip, especially travel with elder people. It's located near the train station, you could easily find it and enjoy great Japanese style service. Staying in a room with personal outdoor bath(客式貸切風呂). Really love it.
We stayed here as it is included by the travel agency in our itinerary. Prior to going here, I was skeptical because I prefer to stay at new and modern hotels. The thought of sleeping on the floor did not appeal to me. I imagined...More
I stayed here with 5 friends for 1 night. It is a luxury golf resort set on a golf course with an indoor and outdoor onsen. It is typically serenely Japanese. Rooms are large and Tatami mat flooring is beautiful under (bare) feet. Beds were...More
Our family spent 3 nights at this beautiful Onsen hotel, we enjoyed every seconds during the stay, the room, the dining, the service. Everything is wonderful, very traditional, calm, elegant and the Japanese dining are superb! Our children loves the Japanese futon beds. The hotel...More
Where to begin... We're promised lots but were delivered very little.
Couldn't use onsen as promised due to tattoos even though travel agent checked twice to make sure,
We're told we could be collected from railway station as long as we rang to arrange but...More
US$ 173 - US$ 674 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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According to the Japanese official website, there is a free shuttle bus service available from Odawara Station West Exit to the hotel everyday at 2pm, but you need to reserve a seat in that shuttle until the day before... More
According to the Japanese official website, there is a free shuttle bus service available from Odawara Station West Exit to the hotel everyday at 2pm, but you need to reserve a seat in that shuttle until the day before at 3pm. To reserve, you need to call the hotel at 0460-83-5111. When you leave the hotel you can also reserve a seat on a free shuttle bus that will take you either to the nearest bus stop or Odawara Station.
If you're not taking the shuttle bus from Odawara Station, you may take a taxi from Hakone Yumoto Station (about 25 minutes, around ¥5,000) or take a Izu Hakone bus and get off at Ashi no yu bus stop. But if you are afraid of getting lost I do not recommend taking the bus. The reason is that when I went there, even though we were 3 girls used to life in Japan and fluent in Japanese, we missed the bus stop as it was in the middle of nowhere and announced very briefly on the bus. We eventually found Ashi no yu bus stop but we were not too sure where to go (there's a signal but it really looks like there's nothing around there) so we called the hotel and they sent a shuttle to come take us. On the website they say you can walk to the hotel from the bus stop, but it seemed quite a long walk to us, so we were glad we had called to request a shuttle bus.
I hope it helps answer your question.
Have a very nice trip!