If you’re looking for a romantic onsen hotel in Fujikawaguchiko-machi, look no further than Fuji View Hotel.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Lake Kawaguchiko (1.3 mi) and Lake Kawaguchi Ohashi Bridge (1.4 mi), guests of Fuji View Hotel can easily experience some of Fujikawaguchiko-machi's most well known attractions.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Fuji View Hotel features a concierge, a gift shop, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Fuji View Hotel guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Fujikawaguchiko-machi be sure to experience local yakiniku favourites at Tetsuyaki, Amiyaki Hana, or Gyushige Fujikyu Highlandmae.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Oishi Park (1.1 mi), Kawaguchiko Muse Museum (0.8 mi), and Kawaguchiko Natural Loving Centre (1.1 mi), which are some popular Fujikawaguchiko-machi attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the onsen hotel.
The staff at Fuji View Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Clean and well maintained on the inside, the hotel itself is feeling dated. But how can you care about that when you have such how a magnificent view out the window. We threw open the curtains and just stayed warm in the winter, just staring at the view. The Onsen was also a lovely way to spend some time in winter.
We stayed in japanese traditional room with Mount Fuji View for 3 days 2 nights. The room is considered small for 4 of us but still ok as we wouldn't stay in room for whole day. In such case, onsen is more important for this stay. If 4 adults, I would not recommend this room. There are bigger rooms available too. I liked the breakfast with Mt Fuji View and onsen at the basement. We liked the view and onsen most. We felt disappointed as the weather was too cloudy to spot Mt Fuji on the first day of the trip but the sky was superb clear on 2nd night to next morning. Overall, the stay was pleasant with friendly staffs and quiet surrounding. It has shuttle bus and spacious parking lots too. We didn't take the shuttle bus since a rental car is highly recommended to travel around especially the 5 lakes with unexpected scenic views. …
We stayed in a Tatami room for two nights and this was the worst hotel of our three week Japan trip. The room was ok - if a little basic, and the bedroom area (which you could close off) was constantly heated from the floor, for which there were no controls at all, so even in freezing January - it was too hot. The reception area is just a little odd and the breakfast is industrial. The bathroom was particularly strange, a plastic caravan style unit. We did get a great view on the day we left of Mt Fuju, so I suppose thats all that really matters...
We stayed 3 nights at the hotel. Booked the traditional Japanese room with Mt Fuji view for our family of four. A little pricey but no regrets. Great view with the majestic Mt Fuji view right in front of our balcony. We liked the tatami and the room kept us warm in the winter. We love the good service from hotel staff. Very polite and courteous. The hotel is away from busy bustling area but a few minutes driving distance from Kawaguchiko train station. Free shuttle service from the hotel is available hourly. The green omnibus also stops behind the hotel. Free WiFi in the room and Onsen & spa at the basement. There is also a panorama viewing gallery at the top floor. Large souvenir shop at the ground floor. We enjoyed our stay.
Stayed 3 nights here as we wanted a hotel with Mt Fuji views and onsen. From our mountain view room, Mt Fuji was spectacular on a clear autumn day, as are the gardens. A slight problem is that the room is rather hot and bec you can't control the central AC, we requested a fan which made sleeping more bearable. Our Japanese-styled room is also fascinating but on hindsight - as the futons, table and seats are on the floor - it was tough on us who hv weak knees and wrists to get up and down. Room has free Wifi, minimal beverages, TV (only Jap channels), safe, and digital "room butler" that offers hotel and Kawaguchiko info. There are no toiletries but there is a full range in the onsen (with yutakas provided in the room) which is very well set up with lockers, shower and dressing areas, and two heated pools. The hotel is a tad away from it all but it has hourly buses that goes to and fro Kawaguchi Train Station (till 6pm-ish), where there are buses to practically every attraction in and around the area. You just need to get bus timetables to plan your day well as taxis are not exactly in abundance. Food-wise, our kaiseki and French multi-course dinners were generally good but a la carte would probably be a better way to avoid food wastage. Breakfast, though not extensive, is decent fare, with the dining room offering a great Mt Fuji view.…