Service, food, room was all excellent and it offered a really unique experience! We had a room with private bath for 1 night and really made the most of it! Highly recommend this is a one off experience.
What a great traditional Japanese ryokan! Futons on tatami mats were comfortable, and the view from our private balcony was spectacular. The onsen was HOT but enjoyable. Dinner was an 6 course bento box plus miso soup and a hot pot. Beer available to purchase at vending machine, too. Highly recommended! ...
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We had breakfast and dinner in our room. What a great dining experience!
This is probably not the best Onsen hotel in Hakone. The renovated rooms are lovely, BUT much of the hotel needs to be renovated - especially the dining hall where the included buffets are served! It is hard to have much appetite when the floors are sticky and the entire location looks dirty. Hopefully ...
The staff were very nice and accommodating, making us feel extremely welcomed. There were English and Chinese speakers at the front desk, and staff were available to show us around during check-in, meals, and onsen reseverations. Public onsen are divided by gender, but private onsen can be booked ...
Very professional staff that makes your stay a great experience
Book a ryokan in Hakone
Find your special home-away-from-home when you book your next vacation at a ryokan in Hakone. These traditional Japanese accommodations will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Orbitz has some amazing deals on these classic Japanese guest houses in Hakone, so book now and get ready for an adventure.
Ryokan amenities in Hakone
When you stay at a traditional Japanese hotel like a ryokan, you’ll enjoy classic hospitality. Breakfast and dinner are served daily and are included in your room price. Dinner can be quite elaborate, so make sure you bring your appetite. Ryokan menus often include seasonal and regional delicacies, so your meal will likely showcase the fresh fruits, vegetables and meats of Hakone. When you want to go outside, you’ll be provided with geta, footwear that resembles clogs and flip-flops.
Ryokans come in a variety of styles. A smaller ryokan with just a few rooms is one of the best ways to meet new people and trade travel stories. The owner will be able to point out all the great things to do in Hakone and may even be able to set you up with a tour guide or additional activities. Larger, more modern ryokans are also available, offering hundreds of rooms and an experience similar to what you’d expect at a regular hotel.
If you can’t go a day without soaking in a hot tub, book a stay at an onsen ryokan. This type of ryokan gives you access to private hot springs—and ultimate relaxation. After a long day of sightseeing, there’s nothing better than siding into a hot spring and letting your cares drift away.