Stayed here as a stop between Kyoto and Tokyo and it turned out to be a nice "break" between the two. The view, the room, the food, the private onsen, all fantastic. Of course the service was what you would expect - top notch.
Super close to the nearest rail station (Miyanoshita). Down the hill from the station, cross the street and make a right at the bottom of the hill, walk past a couple of buildings, and you're there. Careful crossing the street as it's just a bit tough with no sidewalk and not much of a break between traffic.
An epic 3 hour meal with I can't even remember how many courses. I'm not a foodie, and I thought everything was excellent. If you don't mind spending a little (or a lot) more to treat yourself, Hakone Ginyu is a great option.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucked away in the lush mountains of Hakone, lies the spa resort of Hakone Ginyu. 'Ginyu' means a person seeking inspiration for a poem by traveling around.Spectacular views of the Haya-Kawa River as well as the Hakone Mountains set the perfect backdrop for poetic inspiration. The entrance and lobby are located on the top of the building. The essence of Japanese style emanates through the corridors and continues throughout the entire resort. The infinite beauty of the natural surroundings will enable you to forget the stress of everyday life.You will be transported to a different world once you arrive at Hakone-Ginyu. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hakone Ginyu Hotel Hakone-Machi