I had an amazing bacon cheeseburger here at this very cozy and comfortable lounge in the Hyatt recency. Good place for lunch. The Ume cider was also very interesting, sweet and fizzy.
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The hotel has very pleasant happy hours for guests, with complimentary beverages. Food is off the cocktail menu, and a bit pricey for what it is, but overall a reasonable deal. It is lovely to sit there with the fireplace going in fall (we were there in October) after a day of sightseeing or traveling.
We stayed at the Hyatt Regency in Hakone for 5 nights. So we spent a lot of time in the Living Room. This is the bar area, the relaxing and hang out area, the free coffee in the morning area, the free cocktails and drinks in the evening area. And a casual restaurant. We ate here once for dinner and... More
Almost a scene out of Hitchcock's North by Northwest, the space bristles with charm from the fireplace, to the piano to the woodsy touches all around. Okay, the fact that drinks are free adds to the expience too, especially when the piano player goes at it with the standards. Above all, the service soars, with each staff member doing what... More
Saying here at Hyatt. Discovered that there is free drinks between 4 and 7!! Was really nice atmosphere to just relax and drink. However before happy hour we ordered a coffee and it was really expensive and not that great.
We were staying in the Hyatt Regency and whilst we found it convenient to eat here, it was super pricey with not too many choices on the menu. Avoid the fish and chips. They're almost certainly frozen. The hamburger was good.
Nice ambiance here. The pasta dishes and roast chicken are incredibly tiny portions. Go for the hamburger with cheese. You will have a chance of leaving satisfied. Avoid the fish and chips - the fish is almost certainly frozen.
This is actually the lobby of the Hyatt Regency Hakone. Food is nice, they have some Japanese variety. The best feature is their happy hour for guests that they have every night.
We got a seat by the fireplace which was particularly nice. Limited menu of munchies but sufficient for happy hour and a really nice atmosphere. No dress code and yukatas were welcome so its a great place to stop by for a drink after a soak in the onsen.
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