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  • Grand Hyatt Fukuoka
    Grand Hyatt Fukuoka is just five km from Fukuoka International Airport inside the Canal City Hakata complex, a center of business, entertainment and shopping facilities. Guests are close to many local attractions, including the Kushida Shrine, Tenjin Underground Shopping Arcade and Yanagibashi Market.
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  • Hakata Excel Hotel Tokyu
    The Hakata Excel Hotel Tokyu is located near the Nakasukawabata train station, and is also a kilometer away from the Canal City Hakata shopping, entertainment complex and Convention Center. Guestrooms feature dark wood furnishings, complimentary Wi-Fi and a flat-screen television, as well as tea-making facilities. The Hakata Excel Hotel Tokyu offers grilling steaks an ...d other Western favourites for lunch and dinner, at the Keyaki Grill and offers Japanese cuisine for breakfast and dinner at the Naginoki Restaurant. Show More
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  • Royal Park the Fukuoka
    The Royal Park the Fukuoka is located approximately 5 minutes from Hakata Station and is within a 10-minute walk from Kakueiji Temple, Tochoji Temple, and Hakata Machiya Folk Museum. Kushida Shrine and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum are also within walking distance. A restaurant, a meeting room, and dry cleaning are available at the hotel. All guestrooms feature compliment ...ary Wi-Fi, free wired Internet, and hair dryers. Room amenities include refrigerators and coffee maker. Show More
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  • Japanese-Style Living Room
    Hakone is located along Tokaido, the historic roads of the Edo period (1603-1868) connecting Edo (modern-day Tokyo) and Kyoto, and was developed as “shukubamachi”, a town offering food and accommodation to travelers. Not to mention the spectacular view of nearby Mt. Fuji, there are numerous tourist spots in this area, such as Owakudani volcanic valley and beautiful As ...hinoko lake. Its breathtaking landscape can be seen in one of Hiroshige’s, the famous Japanese ukiyo-e artist, masterpieces. And most of all, a large number of well-established hot springs are the major tourist attraction in Hakone.Show More
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  • Gora Kadan
    A stay in Gora Kadan, a former holiday retreat for the imperial family in the National Park Hakone, is an invitation to bring your five senses to life by submerging yourself in Japan’s most ancient way of life. A true highlight for foodies - it is renowned for serving one of the best 'kaiseki' dinners in all of Japan. In these calm and pleasurable settings, located in ... an area of springs heated by volcanic sources, you may move from your suite with its minimalist design, to a swimming pool or spa while wearing a Yukata cotton kimono. Treat yourself to a well-earned retreat in the natural beauty of Hakone National Park.Show More
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  • Onsen Hot Springs Indoor
    Sounkaku is a traditional Japanese-style inn located near the top of Mt. Soun. Guests can enjoy splendid landscape overlooking the mountains of Hakone. The popular tourist spots are easily accessible from the nearest station, Sounzan. Sounkaku has been in business for over 80 years and was fully renovated in April 2010. It now offers the spirit of traditional Japanese ... aesthetics with elegant scent of Japanese cypress wood while retaining a classical atmosphere. Show More
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  • Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa
    Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa, is located in Gora, Japan, an area famous for its natural hot springs (onsens). The hotel in Hakone is just one and a half hours’ drive west of Tokyo, and a two and a half-hour bullet train journey east of Osaka. The Hakone hotel is perfect for both leisure and business retreat travelers who are looking for a natural experience in ...the green foothills of the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park within a short distance from the city. Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa provides a wide range of services guaranteed to satisfy the needs of the most discerning guests. The hotel provides complimentary shuttle service and arranges transportation service and a 24-hour concierge service to make each guests stay cozy and relaxed.Show More
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  • Ichinoyu Ryokan
    Ichinoyu Ryokan was founded in 1630 as a pioneer of the hot spring hotel industry in Hakone area and even painted by the famous UKIYOE painter - Ando Hiroshige. Here in the traditional environment, guests surely will be satisfied with Japanese culture. Honkan Ichinoyu is a 10-minute drive from Odawara Castle and a 30-minute drive from Hakone Shrine. Owakudani Valley i ...s a 25-minute drive away. Guestrooms feature tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. A private hot-spring bath is available and local products can be purchased at the souvenir shop. Traditional meals featuring local Japanese cuisine is served for dinner and complimentary Japanese set menu for breakfast. Show More
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  • Yama No Chaya Ryokan Hakone
    The Yamanochaya Ryokan utilizes the spirit and essence of the Tonosawa hot spring, one of the seven great hot springs of Hakone. Yamanochaya Ryokan hotel sit beautifully adjacent to the Hayakawa River surrounded by spectacularly calming forested mountains. All of the inviting and comfortable rooms are surrounded by the richness and tranquility of nature. Guests at th ...e Yamanochaya Ryokan are sure to enjoy all aspects of this traditional style property from the peaceful and rejuvenating open-air baths to the beautifully presented cuisine options food using seasonal ingredients.Show More
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  • Granvia Hiroshima
    Hotel Granvia Hiroshima is located in the center of the city with direct and easy access to and from JR Hiroshima station and Hiroshima airport, and to sightseeing spots such as Peace Memorial Park and Miyajima. Hotel Granvia has modern, fully-equipped guest rooms. There are comfortable beds in every room and 8 restaurant sand bars of all kind are available in the hot ...el and serve Japanese, Chinese, and European cuisine.Show More
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