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Reviewed 30 November 2017 via mobile

We were skeptical of this hotel as it was the only non-standard ‘brand’ hotel in our itinerary. We were pleasantly surprised at how great it was.

We also read reviews that it was quite far from everything and that you should have a car if you plan on staying here. We didn’t think so. Far is so relative in that area. We didn’t think anything was ‘close’ to any property truly. Once we got there (by bus from the train station), we were able to walk to nearby restaurants, store etc easily even late at night.

While staff was very friendly and accommodating, English speaking and comprehension was a significant challenge. We ended up writing it on our phone and translating to Japanese that way, which seemed get us by.

All in all very pleased with the hotel.

First pic is of 5-10 min walk from the bus stop to the hotel.

Second is a nice neighborhood Japanese restaurant about 10 min walk from the hotel. Seemed to be serving dinner at least until 8:30.

Third - breakfast at the hotel was excellent!

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank SaqNadeem
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Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for two nights, room was nice and big ( we had a twin room)

Views were a bit average given our room faced the soccer field across the road.

Housekeeping was good, front desk don't speak English so that was a challenge at times. The surrounds of this hotel are beautiful. It has a games and massage room which was nice to have.

If you don't have a car to get around, it can be hard to get around especially after sunset- you feel sort of trapped in the hotel because there isn't anywhere to go that is walking distance so stock up on food unless you want to pay 7000 yen p/p for a dinner buffet.

Recommend you go to a nearby restaurant called il volgule (or something like that) it's v small so u must reserve but oh my goodness best food I had in the 3 days I was there and not too expensive either.

Would stay here again but only if I have a car.

Outlets and odawara Castle are about 25-30 mins drive and Mt Fuji was about 1.25 hours away.

Stayed: March 2017
3  Thank avidreviewer86
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Reviewed 21 December 2016

My family stayed for 3 nights a western+tatami room, Though the price is not cheap compare to other hotels, this hotel make you feels a notch higher in terms of luxury. The room was clean and consider big in Japan standard. The best thing was the public bath, it was very well maintained. Breakfast buffet was very sumptuous too! Location was great as it is next to the botanic gardens and near to Sengokuhara. A definite recommendation.

Room Tip: Western + Tatami rooms are great choice.
  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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2  Thank Chong1WH
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Reviewed 27 October 2016

First, please know that Hotel Harvest Hakone is the same as Tokyu Harvest Club (which is what is written on the sign out front). That initially confused us. Also, this is not a foreigner-oriented hotel... most guests seemed to be Japanese. Lobby staff spoke some (limited) English. Of course, their English was far superior to my Japanese.

We had a nice stay in a traditional Japanese-style room. It was very spacious, with tatami flooring and a few sitting areas which we could separate with screens. There was a mini fridge. We had beautiful views of the pool and garden. We needed to set up our own bedding/ futons by pulling each piece out of the closet- that itself was a fun experience. We slept very well.

The onsen on the top floor was lovely. Very relaxing. It was sex-segregated except for a communal area with massage chairs. It was traditional, meaning you wash yourself completely and soak in the nude. The women's area had one open-air pool and a balcony in addition to a few indoor pools at different temperatures.

Food options seemed to be limited to the hotel restaurant and the gift shop. We weren't that hungry, and the dinner buffet looked nice but was expensive, so we foraged some items from the gift shop. There weren't any stores nearby.

We enjoyed the breakfast buffet, which was included in our stay. Great selection of items, with tasty freshly-ground coffee.

This was our most expensive stay in our 2 weeks in Japan ($315 USD for one night)- but it is a hot spring resort. I think it was worth trying once for the spacious Japanese-style room, good breakfast, relaxing hot spring soak, and overall traditional vibe.

Room Tip: Japanese-style room was unique... the Western-style rooms with beds are cheaper
  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Amy L
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

Stay was pleasant. View from the hotel gives relaxation. Enjoyed the Family onsen. They have a good relaxation options.
Breakfast had multiple options and were nice.
Staffs there were cooperative.

Room Tip: Just enjoy
  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled with family
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Thank rajeshtrend
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