See why so many travelers make Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko their onsen hotel of choice when visiting Fujikawaguchiko-machi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Lake Kawaguchi Ohashi Bridge (0.1 mi) and Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine (1.0 mi), guests of Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko can easily experience some of Fujikawaguchiko-machi's most well known attractions.
Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The onsen hotel offers a coffee shop and shops, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the French restaurants, including Cuisine R, Cafe De Boulogne, and Berubyu, all of which are a short distance from Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Lake Kawaguchiko (0.7 mi), Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum (1.1 mi), or Kawaguchiko Muse Museum (0.6 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Fujikawaguchiko-machi.
They have rooms in two directions. One side faces a parking lot (still a good view) the other side faces mt. Fuji. We stayed in a room facing the parking lot as we didn't want to move during our stay which we extended twice. They offered us 3 times to move! Very kind of them. In general it is a nice place to stay with a window front in your room and a great onsen on the ground floor which most people use during night times. The bus stop is a 1 min walk on the lake side. From there you can take a direct bus to Aiokigahara Forest. Make sure to buy one of these combo tickets at the train station when you arrive in Kawaguchiko as the bus gets expensive for longer distances and it soon starts to sum up. The hotel picked us up at the station for free but you need to contact the tourist information at Kawaguchiko station to call them. The ropeway for a nice Fuji view is a 20 mins walk on the lakeside. The interiors of the hotel are old fashioned and the room was a bit cramped with tables. One TV table. One shelf. One coffee table. One fridge... So you end up having no space for your luggage. The beds were soft but that is up to your taste. Overall this hotel could use some renovation / investment but for a good price in a quiet area with a great onsen and helpful receptionists there is nothing much to complain about.…
Made one visit to this Onsen, it has pools both inside and outdoors (under shelter). Pools were in a traditional Japanese rock pool style and very pleasant. Tattoo friendly and 1000Y for 2 hours spa use.
We booked this hotel about 12 months ago, and were horrified when we looked at the latest reviews just before we arrived. Not being able to cancel we headed here with trepidation. We had a room with a double bed and a open air hot spring bath. It was not cheap but the quality certainly was. The whole property felt unclean and we certainly did not want to use the community onson. Was definitely our worst hotel in our stay in Japan.We enjoyed Kawaguchiko very much, the restaurant were great and the views of Mt Fuji were stunning but the hotel did not match.
I was staying in the shared dorm, with 8 futon beds in a room. There is no locker and bathroom. You can only shower at the public Onsen. The toilet on the same level is shared between men and ladies, which can be quite awkward. However overall its value for money for the solo traveler as it is the only onsen hotel that provide shared dorms in the vicinity.
It was an enjoyable experience staying at the Royal - our base for an early-season Fuji climb. Its lakeside location, served by shuttle bus from Kawaguchiko station, ryokan style rooms and meal service, together with a generously sized onsen made for a memorable visit. Had the feel of an old-style family resort hotel just opening up for the busy climbing season.It was a little threadbare here and there, but not without charm.