If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Hakone-machi, look no further than Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hakone-machi, Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel is located a short distance from Owaku-dani Valley (1.6 mi) and Hakone Stone‐paved Road (1.6 mi).
Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and shops. Guests of Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some dim sum can head to Gyoza Center. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Bakery & Table Hakone, Salon de the Rosage, or Naraya Cafe.
Hakone-machi is also home to Taikoyu, a popular hot spring that is not too far from Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel.
The staff at Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Very pleasant one-night stay with our family. The surroundings are beautiful, food is great, ofuro also nice! They also offer completely free of charge soft drinks/coffee during morning, which i enjoyed a lot. Overall, great place!
This was the Overnight section of a 2-day Tour out from Tokyo, between Matches - we were a Touring RWCup Party from the UK. Described as a 'Ryokan' (traditional Japanese Inn/Hotel with authentic food, rooms and ambiance, so as a real chance to experience something genuinely Japanese, and a change from the formulaic 'Western Humongous Bed Factories'. We were really looking forward to this. How wrong could we be ....... Welcomed - barely, much less warmly. Pointed in the Direction of our Room. We carted our own luggage. Room - very basic indeed and more like a cell. Floor was a sack-like material which being damp added a powerful overlay of damp and musth. Round table at floor level with a well to hide your legs was most uncomfortable. The bed was described as a futon, however my description would be some ruffled sheets - with straw-filled pillows to match which also added that extra earthy farmyard aroma to the room. Walks in the grounds - banned. Walk over to the next door Golf Course, which from our Bedroom window looked cool, was met with a tundra-like response of "Keep Out. Private'. an entreaty as to the Green Fees illicited the same response. The Prince Hotel's reaction was "they are always like that". Shame you did not consider it appropriate to warn us. Getting out of the Hotel or for some exercise was therefore limited to their drive or the Car Park. Dinner at night - decscribed as "a feast on a kaiseki dinner". My summary - awful and portions too small for my Hamster. Breakfast was their Shining Hour served at 07.00 (Note - not from 07.00). We came early at 07.05, and walked into the Dining Room to find every single place setting had its hot Meal sat there waiting, going cold. Ours already was. Others who filtered down 10, 20 30 minutes later were greeted with the same sight. A pointless waste of time, effort and food. I think 3/4 people of 40, ate that morning. We paid and went outside to wait in the Car Park for our Coach. I unfortunately left something in our Room. Did they make any attempt to contact me/us about it - Nope. Our Tour Agent did and they forward it to a Hotel further on in our Itinerary - it took amost 9 days to appear and they charged me postage and a Handling Fee. In Summary - No sleep, comforts, food or drink, or Service. Quite the most un-Japanese experience of our entire fabulous 7-week Itinerary, spaning 14 Hotels.…
If you want a taste of a Japanese hotel with golf thrown in, this would be it. Comfortable rooms. Mostly Tatami beds although there are some rooms with 'western' beds if you specify. All meals are set and are all Japanese. It is a little distant from the nearest town, where restaurants were closing by 7.30 so if you don't want to eat in the hotel, you need to plan. But take the lake cruise to the Ropeway and you can get a stunning view of Mount Very good Hot Spring Bath in the hotel so all in all an interesting stay.
Excellent stay in the hotel on dates of 3rd to 5th Oct 2019. We were 2 young couples that was on holiday and the staff never treated us any less than any of the local customers which was a very pleasant experience. Food was delicious as well and the rooms were big. Hotel staff were extremely helpful in arrangements for transport and were e kind to answer any queries we had. Special mention to the Taiwanese lady who was serving us our meals, didn't managed to get her name but she realised we were speaking in mandarin and kindly explained the dishes to us in our comfortable language.
Best relaxing authentic Japanese style hotel. Amazing bath with an outdoor hot spring. He will enjoy being greeted at the front door with your room key. When we went to the dining hall for dinner our bags were put out it just felt like home and it was so comfortable and relaxing