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All reviews nice beach recommend this hotel nice hotel relaxing break outdoor pool two nights small balcony tokyo station japanese style stayed one night surfers loungers summer toilet ocean english izu
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Reviewed April 20, 2018

We should like to write a very positive review of the Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel. The location, right on a nice beach, with the soothing sound of (small) breakers as a constant backdrop, is good. The staff is professional, helpful, courteous, and pleasant. The guest rooms are spacious and clean, with all of the usual amenities. The onsen, a true onsen fed by a hot spring, is excellent.

However, our stay there, in the third week of April, was totally dominated by mosquitoes. We were “eaten alive,” as the expression goes. The phenomenon seems to be prevalent only in the guest rooms (we were in Room 508), as we neither saw nor heard any mosquitoes in the public areas inside or outside the facility. The onsen appeared to be mosquito-free.

Each of the guest rooms of the Izu-Imaihama Tokyu hotel features a nice balcony that overlooks the hotel swimming pool and looks out onto the ocean. We attempted to go out to our room’s balcony soon after checking into our room, but we were immediately driven back inside, because the balcony was an active war zone of insects vs. human. Unfortunately, when we opened the door to return to our room, the front line of the war moved inside with us. The weather was lovely during our stay, and we should have liked to leave the balcony door open to let in a gentle ocean breeze, but with the density of mosquitoes in the air, that would have been foolhardy, so we had to rely upon the hotel’s HVAC for ventilation.

The damage had been done by our initial foray out to the balcony, however. The room walls were painted white, which showcased how many critters had entered and were sharing our room. We had brought the morning newspaper with us, and a single swat by that newspaper on the wall left fully a half dozen dead mosquitoes behind on the wall while dozens more scattered.

The nighttime was the worst, with the constant high-pitched whine of the mosquitoes in our ears. We attempted to hide our heads and extremities under the blankets of our beds, but our attempts to maintain a vigilant defense were frustrated by our desire to get a night’s sleep, and both of us awoke with dozens of itchy mosquito bites on our arms and faces, and even on our legs (the latter presumably incurred in the short time between our exits from the bed and our getting dressed), the lingering effects of which intruded upon subsequent days of our trip to other locations.

Because of the mosquitoes, our stay at Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel ultimately was not a pleasant one.

  • Stayed: April 2018, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank tonarinokyaku
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Reviewed March 21, 2018

The staff of the hotel could not have been more friendly when we visited to see the cherry blossoms. We were delighted by our room which had a great sea view. The hotel has splendid public areas - especially the children's play room and reading lounge above the restaurant. We rated breakfast 4/5 for variety and 3/5 for price. There is a café at the nearby station if you want something less elaborate.

Room Tip: sea view recommended
  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled with friends
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Thank Perrygrinate
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Reviewed March 3, 2018

Great hotel. Just next to Beach. They have pool, too. Room is big and clean then ocean view.
In summuer, the beach have fire works then this hotel is the best place to see. They lauch fire works towards sea! This is great view.
YOu can go Express train from Tokyo station. Very convenient.

Room Tip: Ocean view / Fire works
  • Stayed: August 2017, traveled with family
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Thank ichiro s
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Reviewed October 17, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful beach fronted hotel. Received very warm welcome . Ample parking.
Rooms large and spotlessly clean. Excellent views . Bathroom a tad small. Had breakfast which is pricy £17 per head but had a platter of choice to suit everyone.
Used the hot spring bath which certainly related you.
Outdoor pool not in use also construction work going on but still did not damp the whole experience which we thought I great.

Stayed: October 2017
1  Thank Sandy B
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Reviewed July 28, 2017 via mobile

The hotel is a good 2.5hrs drive from our home in Tokyo, so perfect for a weekend getaway. It is fairly modern with a touch of hawaii fused in. The staff seem to speak a fair bit of English and were gracious in their service. They have a baby pool for toddlers and regularly daily activities like "nagashi somen" to keep everyone entertained. There is also a kids room equipped with toys to entertain our toddler. The only downside of the stay though would be the lack practical meal options. The hotel restuarants seemed to cater only for the upclass. With set menus that require a good 1hr or so of service. So for a mom with 3 kids in tow, I really just needed a decent ala carte menu that could be served promptly.

Stayed: July 2017, traveled with family
Thank Olivia T
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