Atagawa Prince Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Higashiizu-cho, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Marutetsuen (0.9 mi) and Higashiizu-cho Wind Power Generation Farm (2.1 mi), guests of Atagawa Prince Hotel can easily experience some of Higashiizu-cho's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, bringing comfort and convenience to your visit.
The hotel features room service, a coffee shop, and shops. Plus, Atagawa Prince Hotel offers a pool and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Atagawa Banana Wanien Fruits Parlor, Aloha Cafe, and Sabo &Taiken Kobo Sakurazaka, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Higashiizu-cho, check out one of the gardens, such as Atagawa Tropical & Alligator Garden, Atagawa Bananawani Garden Bunen, and Atagawa Herb Terrace.
Enjoy your stay in Higashiizu-cho!
This hotel is a Japanese-style hotel in a small seaside town. It is about 2 hours south of Tokyo on an express train. The hotel is close to the Izu-Atagawa station and provides a shuttle to and from the station, which we did not know when we booked. Take this shuttle if you want to avoid a hike up a pretty steep hill with your luggage! We also did not know that meals had to be reserved ahead of time, but fortunately we were able to find small restaurants in the town and the neighboring town for meals that the hotel could not accommodate us. There is also a Family Mart convenience store across the street from the hotel. We did have breakfast at the hotel. It was a traditional Japanese breakfast with several small dishes of fish, rice, vegetables, and hot green tea. The hotel itself is very clean and has great views of the ocean. They provide both western style rooms (with beds) and Japanese-style rooms (with tatami mats). Our favorite part of they whole stay was the onsen. They have several baths grouped into 3 areas. The areas alternate between men and women. This was our first onsen experience and I thought I would be uncomfortable but the space is very well done and scenic and the other guest mind their own business so we were able to relax pretty easily. Overall we had a good stay. We speak limited Japanese but the staff were able to fill in the blanks with some English.…
The service of the hotel is good but is not what I was expecting for a Prince Hotel. It’s a bit far from the beach but they have a shuttle bus service for free that is really convenient. If you will stay here, I recommend to take a plan which include the dinner at least, as there is not much restaurants in the area and the few ones located in the zone are a bit expensive. The hotel need to improve the cleanliness. The best thing if this hotel is the hot springs.. If you like hot spring, you will really enjoy this hotel.
Our family stayed one night. This hotel is located at famous Hot spring area of east Izu. It takes two hours from Tokyo by car or train. If you chose train, you can visit directly form Tokyo station by using Izu-kyu line. I recommend you should choose ocean view room, so, you can look beautiful sun rise and several islands called Izu-Oshima, Toshima and Nijima in the spacious ocean. Regarding with dinner, we satisfied delicious traditional Japanese food like Sashimi, Tenpura and others. Room is very clean up and we could have good sleep in the Futon on the Tatami. We'd like to visit next time when we have a chance!
We were greeted by a driver at the train station who was waiting for us- even though no communication had been made that we would get a shuttle, I was great full because the hotel is located up the hill! The staff, who spoke enough English to get us settled in, were so sweet and friendly. When you enter the hotel, don't be discouraged by the carpet- its a bit dirty, but we found the room was clean, as were the facilities we used on the property (onsen, and I saw them cleaning the pool every day). It's just an old hotel. Rooms were plenty spacious, we had a lovely balcony and room that overlooked the pool and the ocean. The wifi did not reach our room- I could access it in the lobby only. There's a path that runs to the side of the hotel that will take you down to the main part of town (beach, bus stop). The path is next to the underground tunnel to the family mart. Make sure to ask about dining times and places! The last night we were there, everything was closed (not sure why) and we wound up eating at the family mart! …
Great seafood. Great onsen. Well kept hotel. Very well suited for families. They have good amenities for children in the bath areas. Ocean views were amazing from the onsen and or room. Onsen water services all rooms.