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Getting ready to take off on your Hakone holiday? Haven't got a clue what sort of things to include in your travel itinerary? No need to fret — we're here to give you a few pointers.
You don't need to know your Picassos from your Monets to enjoy an outing to Hakone Open Air Museum. It features an excellent collection of works that'll capture your interest and get you thinking more deeply about art. There's a wonderful range of things to keep you busy in this destination. Hakone Shrine is a revered place for many. While there, take advantage of your surroundings and try to practice some peaceful reflection. Still have some time to spare? Nothing compares to seeing top-level art when your spirit needs a lift. As you stare at the astounding works at Narukawa Art Museum, see if you can find a deeper meaning.
Lounging on a beach doing not much at all is all well and good, but there's nothing like jumping into new and fun experiences on your getaway!
If you want to find out what we recommend for your trip to Hakone, take a look at the list below:
Got some time up your sleeve? Head to our Hakone things to do page for a full range of options.
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If you've got a bit of jet lag, there's nothing nicer than relaxing in a posh room and spoiling yourself with some room service. See what heavenly treats await you at the Gora Kadan (1300, Gora) or the Gora Tensui (1320-276 Gora). On the lookout for somewhere more economical? The Ryokan Tokyo YUGAWARA - Hostel (742 Miyakami) and the Onsen Hostel K's House Hakone (Yumotochaya 12-1) are a couple of options that won't cost you an arm and a leg.
Haneda Airport (HND) is the gateway for most people going on a trip to Hakone. It's situated 50 miles from the town centre.
Absolutely loved everything about this hotel. Everything was exceptional quality. Staff are amazing. The location and views are great. The breakfast was fantastic. It would have been nice to have some more basic and affordable meals on the room service menu like ramen or Japanese curry for example, ...
The property is very clean and guests are expected to roam around without shoes, which are checked into lockers at the entrance. The lobby lounge with a fireplace is a great place to relax and read a book, be on your laptop or just chill with a free iced drink or coffee. The Japanese breakfast is ...
Front staff and bell boy were very good おもてなし! Bell boy is from Vietnam who is not speak fluent Japanese however she was trying to
One of the best hotel I stay in japan, however only con is that there’s no convenience store nearby and kinda out of The way - which is resolved by the shuttle bus ( only more expensive vending machine and night shop) else it would Be perfect area to stay
HAKONE ASHINOKO HANAORI has an overall "New" high end quality appearance, smell, atmosphere, blending old Japanese with new modern architecture, and to stereotype "Extensively Clean" Japanese facilities throughout. Staff was there with umblerral to greet and Escort to building overhang and entrance. ...
Staff were very helpful with our baggage when we arrived and even as we depart. They are helpful in providing information around the area. The room was a little too warm in the afternoon and there wasn't a faster way to cool it down, but it encouraged us to proceed with our outdoor plans ...
We had a great stay at this hotel. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. It wasn’t a problem that we don’t speak any Japanese. The hotel and surrounding grounds were pristinely neat and clean. Highly recommend!