Welcome to Kawaguchiko Hotel, your Fujikawaguchiko-machi “home away from home.” Kawaguchiko Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Fujikawaguchiko-machi's most popular landmarks, such as Lake Kawaguchi Ohashi Bridge (0.3 mi) and Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine (1.1 mi), Kawaguchiko Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Kawaguchiko Hotel provide air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Kawaguchiko Hotel guests have access to a concierge and baggage storage. You can also enjoy a sauna and breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Kawaguchiko Hotel.
While in Fujikawaguchiko-machi, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Kawaguchiko Hotel, including Hoto Fudo, Kawaguchiko Ekimae (0.5 mi), Kosaku Hoto Kosaku, Kawaguchiko (0.7 mi), and Fuji Tempura Idaten (0.4 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Lake Kawaguchiko (0.9 mi), Kawaguchiko Muse Museum (0.8 mi), and Kawaguchiko Station Building (0.5 mi), which are some popular Fujikawaguchiko-machi attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Kawaguchiko Hotel puts the best of Fujikawaguchiko-machi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I would never recommend this hotel. We travelled a lot, and I never experienced to check in in the room which was not clean at all. There were dust and dirt everywhere. I tried to removed it with wet tissue, and yes, I easily could do it. The hotel staff doesn’t care about it at all. I complained but they told me that there are no vacant rooms. However, the hotel is half empty. So, it is not true. Honestly, it is my worst experience with Japanese hotel in Japan. Do not book it, if you have better options :-(
Wow. Before I start, if you are a traveller that enjoys soulless, sterile Holiday Inn type hotels...this place ain’t for you my friend. However, if you enjoy a ‘colourful’ varied break with plenty of history and quirk...then you have found your place. Tired and elements of faded grandeur, this was the first hotel on the lake and has graced the Emperor himself....since then, times ain’t been so good on this place. The staff were friendly and helpful, couldn’t do enough for us and appreciative of our custom. The onsen was a great experience...hot...oh yes, it was hot. We slept like babies and the view of Fuji was second to none, all our best photos of it were taken from our window (room 336 by the way), the place was clean and is situated perfectly for walks around the lake and town. Try it...you’ll like it.…
I booked a room with a lake view and one Bed. Nevertheless, the guy who was at the desk provides me with a place with a different bed setting and without a view to the lake and Fuji Mountain (as I requested in my booking) I arrived at night, and the manager/concierge at the desk didn't speak English. He was very, very rude with my colleagues who just to come by with me just for left me there (because they are staying in a different place). They feel terrible and practically run away to the site. I try to explain to him that they were just there for a moment because we went to dinner together. Anyway, maybe he was just afraid or something. This time, I made a last-minute booking, so maybe I can understand the lacking of some essential elements in my room. Not even a coffee or tea bag was available in the place. It was so weird there was no English speaker staff. The quality of the mattress was not properly; a full remodelling of the place is required to have better clients experience.…
We stayed here at the end of January 2020, for the price, we were impressed with the location, service and connections the hotel provided. Across from the more expensive hotels, this hotel gave us a very similar experience of the area for a lower price. The Onsen on the top floor was ace with a great view of Mt Fuji. Near to snowboard runs and local onsen spa among other famous temple sights. The train station nearby provided a great link to these other sights with great tourist info.
The cons so far outweigh the pros it’s not funny. We booked this as we had to shuffle things around last minute and this was one of the only hotels available- this should have been our warning sign. - Cobwebs in corners of the room - Dirty stained walls and floors - Extremely dated and dusty - Peeling wallpaper - Very loud - was woken to a screaming baby in the room next to us and other noises coming from every direction early in the morning. Was also woken up at 1am to loud motorbikes deliberately making loud noises outside the hotel and around the lake for a good hour - Extremely old, very uncomfortable futon - woke up achy and sore - Access to the rooms from the public - you can literally walk straight into the hotel from the visible carpark and up to the rooms - definitively don’t forget to lock your room!! - Black mold on the shower curtains - There is no hot water - if you turn the hot tap all the way around, it still only comes out warm - Great views - Friendly staff - Fast wifi - 24 hour onsen overlooking Mt Fuji - Great water pressure in the shower Overall, this place is in a huge desperate need of an upgrade into this century. It’s dirty and old. If staying somewhere for views alone is your thing, book away.…