Hakone Hotels & Accommodations
Cheapest and best places to stay

Being a top tourist city in Japan there are plenty of accommodations in Hakone, many with breath-taking vistas, but of course the more breath-taking the vista the higher the price.

Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort And Spa

Do hakone in style at the Hyatt Regency Hakone. As you can expect with any Hyatt branch, the hotel is modern, stylsh and well amenitied. Rooms start at $320 and go as high as $1,300 for suites. The hotel has several restaurants, a bar, an onsen and others.

Japan, Kanagawa Prefecture, Hakone 1320 Gora Hakone-machi Ashigarashimo-gun
+81 460-82-2000
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The Prince Hakone

Hands done the most conveniently located hotel in Hakone, the Prince Hakone is literally on the feet of Lake Ashinoko and the Hakone Shrine. And boy oh boy do you pay for it! At the Prince rooms start at $600 and go as high as $800.

As expected the view is to die for and the facilities and service are top notch. If one can afford it, staying at the Prince Hakone is an unforgetable experience.

144 Motohakone, Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
+81 460-83-1111
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Fujiya Hotel

Resting on a mountain side the aptly named Fujiya Hotel not only has a tremendous view but is in itself a work of art. Both the exterior and interiors are luxuriously designed. And it gets better, the pricing is rather affordable, at 8,000 yen for a one bedroom with two occupants. (8,000 yen is for every day of the week except for Saturday. If you book on a Saturday you will pay an exorbitant 14,000 yen...)

If you want more than just the basic room, you can choose the “flower palace” and spend 29,000 yen per night in the lap of luxury.

Aside from the rooms the hotel has an abundant amount of features including a hot springs bath, swimming pool (outdoor and indoor), a garden, a green house and a variety of lounges and restaurants.

Japan, 神奈川県足柄下郡箱根町宮ノ下359

+81 460-82-2211 ‎

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Okada Hotel

If you want to kick it up a notch from the Fujiya, the next level higher would be the Okada Hotel, with rooms with two beds starting at 11,500 yen and going as high as 23,000 yen. There is a variety of Japanese style rooms, Western style rooms and even fusion rooms, with a bit of each form each world. You’ll find the rooms to be neat, clean and very attractive.

The hotel itself is rather large, offering 117 rooms and a slue of facilities such as:

-Amusements Corner
-Individual Karaoke Rooms
-Ramen Noodle Counter
-Hot Springs

191 Yumotochaya, Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

+81 460-85-6000

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Hotel Asuka

For something slightly more affordable is the Hotel Asuka. With single rooms coming in at 8,900 yen it is comparable with the Fujiya however not quite as grand.

As with all other hotels in the area the Asuka comes complete with an indoor spa and outdoor spa so you can sooth your nerves after all the arduous sightseeing you’ll be doing.

341 Yumoto, Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

+81 460-85-8110 ‎ ·

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