Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Hakone-machi, Gora Tensui is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its boutique environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Gora Tensui makes it easy to enjoy the best of Hakone-machi.
Rooms at Gora Tensui offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A hot tub and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Gora Tensui, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hakone-machi, Gora Tensui is located a short distance from Miyaginohayakawa River Bank (0.1 mi) and Hakuundo Chaen (0.4 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Teppanyaki Geihinkan, which is a steakhouse that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than The Hakone Open-Air Museum (0.6 mi), Hakone Museum of Art (0.3 mi), and Okada Museum of Art (0.9 mi), which are some popular Hakone-machi attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Gora Tensui is sure to make your visit to Hakone-machi one worth remembering.
We really enjoyed this Onsen and hotel. Japanese style with private open air bath. They give you Yukata to wear as well. Can’t say enough good about the whole experience. I highly recommend and can’t wait to go back.
This property is less than 100m from Gora station which is a key bus transport hub to get to many places in hakone including to gotemba and kawaguchiko. This is the most critical for us for our travel movement and meals outside. Its amazingly convenient and the connectivity made a great impact as we are on our own and first timers to hakone region. The room is spacious and comfortable. We took the Japanese style with mattresses. There was also daily 1 hour booking of private open air hot bath at the top level of hotel overseeing the hills. We used it once in the afternoon before sunset and had the opportunity to see the scenery. Breakfast was part of the room and the menu alternated from day1 and day2. Lobby bar was a foot bath. Staff were friendly and some could manage English. If they can't, they will get another colleague who can to assist. No issues with wifi throughout. No regrets of staying here. …
What a lovely place to stay while in Hakone area. It’s an easy train ride up the mountain and short walk to hotel. If you’re traveling with bags this is easy and avoids buses which are harder to navigate. From the welcome drink and treats at the footpath bar to the beautiful breakfasts and dinner, this place has Japanese hospitality down and at a fair price. The private Onsen is essentially in a hot tub, but you need something to hold the hot springs water.
Feels like I spent forever and a day trying to research the best onsen ryokan for a trip to Hakone. After my last ryokan experience, where the entire ryokan smelled like a thousand year old foot, I've become obsessive over the research component. I've suffered crippling self doubt over whether there's a private bathroom. It's a genuine roller coaster of surfing reviews and studying pictures. If you feel the same, just book Tensui Saryo and go. Everything here was excellent. We wanted for nothing during our weekend getaway. The service is impeccable. From the moment you set foot inside, they bring you to the foot bath bar and offer you a glass of sparkling wine. Then we chose times to book our complimentary private bath and hot stone bath. The level of service is so good that when we finished, we found they had turned our shoes around so we didn't have to fuss with putting them on, Admittedly, we skipped dinner and went to Itoh by Nobu up the street so I can't comment on the dinner. But everything else was just amazing. Also, I'm a coffee fanatic and the combination of a burr grinder and a long goose neck water kettle in the room made for a fantastic pour over: miles above the crappy coffee I've had in, I dunno, every hotel room I've stayed in ever. The fact that I could grind it while sitting in my own private balcony onsen bath is just gravy. Seriously, just go.…
Lovely entrance and welcome drink, but all downhill from there. Advertised WiFi through out property but the WiFi in my room didn’t work at all. Then, as I was lying on the bed trying to connect to WiFi I got a rash from the pillow! Where the pillow touched my skin it had gone bright red! Never has this happened before in my life. I immediately sent photos to a friend who is a consultant physician who advised either dust mites or a very toxic detergent. Obviously not possible to sleep in the bed. I checked out and into the Hyatt straight away. That was far better, no dust mites and perfect WiFi. The Manager however apologized when I left and said he’d never had any issues with the WiFi or pillows before. Now I’ve read some of the other reviews here I can see other people have complained. Hugely overpriced and awful experience.…