See why so many travellers make Hotel Harvest Hakone Koshien their onsen hotel of choice when visiting Hakone-machi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hotel Harvest Hakone Koshien offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and shops are some of the conveniences offered at this onsen hotel. A pool and a lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Harvest Hakone Koshien, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hakone-machi, Hotel Harvest Hakone Koshien is located a short distance from Kintoki Shrine (0.8 mi) and Hakone Ropeway (1.8 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Solo Pizza, La Canzone, and Albergo Bamboo, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Little Prince Museum (0.3 mi), Pola Museum of Art (1.1 mi), and Choanji Temple (0.5 mi), which are some popular Hakone-machi attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the onsen hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Harvest Hakone Koshien as you experience all of the things Hakone-machi has to offer.
Room is big, breakfast is good. We are the only foreigners stayed in this hotel. Staffs can speak English, free parking. Not many restaurants around but it’s ok for us as we rented a car. Overall experience is good.
We enjoyed the Hotel Harvest although it was much more expensive than any other hotel we stayed at during our visit to Japan. It’s on the S bus line and you can visit all the sights like the Little Prince Museum, Venetian Glass Museum, etc. via the bus that runs in front of the hotel. The staff speaks minimal English and maps are not translated for English speakers as well. Somehow we managed to get to all the top sights as well as a visit to Lake Ashi and the Shinto Shrine in 3 days. There are no food options near the hotel after 8pm as we found out. There’s a restaurant right across the street that we didn’t get to eat at because we got back too late. The buses/trains take forever so allow plenty of time to get back to hotel if you’re not driving. We got stuck at Gora Station and had to wait over an hour for a taxi to take us back to the hotel on a freezing night; then to find out there was no restaurants open. Best thing is the onsen, massage chairs and beautiful views. Location is a bit remote but on bus line for all the top sights.…
We were skeptical of this hotel as it was the only non-standard ‘brand’ hotel in our itinerary. We were pleasantly surprised at how great it was. We also read reviews that it was quite far from everything and that you should have a car if you plan on staying here. We didn’t think so. Far is so relative in that area. We didn’t think anything was ‘close’ to any property truly. Once we got there (by bus from the train station), we were able to walk to nearby restaurants, store etc easily even late at night. While staff was very friendly and accommodating, English speaking and comprehension was a significant challenge. We ended up writing it on our phone and translating to Japanese that way, which seemed get us by. All in all very pleased with the hotel. First pic is of 5-10 min walk from the bus stop to the hotel. Second is a nice neighborhood Japanese restaurant about 10 min walk from the hotel. Seemed to be serving dinner at least until 8:30. Third - breakfast at the hotel was excellent!…
We stayed here for two nights, room was nice and big ( we had a twin room) Views were a bit average given our room faced the soccer field across the road. Housekeeping was good, front desk don't speak English so that was a challenge at times. The surrounds of this hotel are beautiful. It has a games and massage room which was nice to have. If you don't have a car to get around, it can be hard to get around especially after sunset- you feel sort of trapped in the hotel because there isn't anywhere to go that is walking distance so stock up on food unless you want to pay 7000 yen p/p for a dinner buffet. Recommend you go to a nearby restaurant called il volgule (or something like that) it's v small so u must reserve but oh my goodness best food I had in the 3 days I was there and not too expensive either. Would stay here again but only if I have a car. Outlets and odawara Castle are about 25-30 mins drive and Mt Fuji was about 1.25 hours away.…
My family stayed for 3 nights a western+tatami room, Though the price is not cheap compare to other hotels, this hotel make you feels a notch higher in terms of luxury. The room was clean and consider big in Japan standard. The best thing was the public bath, it was very well maintained. Breakfast buffet was very sumptuous too! Location was great as it is next to the botanic gardens and near to Sengokuhara. A definite recommendation.