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Amagisou

359 Nashimoto, Kawazu-cho, Kamo-gun, Kawazu / Imaihama, Izu / Atami, Japan 413-0501 (Show on map)

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"Amazing onsen, extraordinary good service of staffs,..."

  • Chi, Hong Kong
  • April 13, 2015
  • Area: Kawazu / Imaihama
  • Rooms : 31

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Features of Amagisou
Facilities

bar

car park

coffee shop

elevator

library

meeting facilities

nightclub

restaurant

safety deposit boxes

shops

shuttle service

smoking area

vending machine

  
Sports and Recreation

fishing

garden

hot spring bath

massage

outdoor pool

pool (kids)

spa

  
Internet

Wi-Fi in public areas

  
Parking

car park

  

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Nestled in the heart of Kawazu / Imaihama, Amagisou is an ideal spot from which to discover Izu / Atami. The hotel lies 9. Km from the city center and provides accessibility to important town facilities. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Amagisou also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Izu / Atami. The hotel provides Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, meeting facilities, restaurant, coffee shop to ensure our guests the greatest comfort.

The ambiance of Amagisou is reflected in every guestroom. air conditioning, heating, desk, balcony/terrace, television are just some of the facilities that can be found throughout the property. The hotel offers fantastic facilities, including hot spring bath, outdoor pool, fishing, spa, massage, to help you unwind after an action-packed day in the city. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Amagisou hits the spot in many ways.
Nestled in the heart of Kawazu / Imaihama, Amagisou is an ideal spot from which to discover Izu / At ... see more
Children and extra beds:
Infant 0-5 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 6-12 year(s)
Must use an extra bed

Guests over 12 years old are considered as adults.

Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.


When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.


Check-In From
03:00 PM

Check-Out Until
11:00 AM

Distance from City Center
9. Km

Non-Smoking Rooms / Floors
No

Number of Floors
3

Number of Rooms
31

Reception Open Until
09:00PM

Room Voltage
100

Year Hotel Built
1956

Year Hotel Last Renovated
2006


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Very Good

7.9

from 8 reviews

Value for Money
8.2
Location
8.0
Staff Performance
7.8
Hotel Condition/Cleanliness
8.0
Room Comfort/Standard
7.8
Food/Dining
7.8
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Chi M. Solo travelers Hong Kong, April 13, 2015
Excellent hotel

Amazing onsen, extraordinary good service of staffs, comfortable rooms
10
Must come again!
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Cherie L. Solo travelers Singapore, February 28, 2015
Best Japanese ryokan

Onsen food and service
10
I have been to japan annually for 10 years and this is still my favourite ryokan
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Brandi G. Couples United States of America, November 24, 2014
Great amenities for a traditional ryokan

24-hour onsen baths, massage chairs, hotel amenities
7.7
We've lived in Japan nearly 4 years and stayed at a few ryokans. They are all older properties, and the condition of the hotels based on price often shocks foreign travelers. This inn was very cozy though, and stood out because of the amenities available: a DVD library with lots of indie flicks and choices in English, extra large yukata for big foreign guests like us, massage chairs in the lobby, games, Shiseido bath products in the public bathing areas, in-room fridge, table tennis and karaoke rooms. We had great views of the forest from our sitting area and the room size was generous. Both chairs and a table by the window and the traditional Japanese floor table and chairs were present, as well as separate toilet and sink areas. Overall it was pretty quiet, none of the paper-thin walls you get in other ryokan. The baths are outstanding, both hot and cold pools by the falls that are mixed gender, including steam caves. The indoor men and women's baths are also fantastic on their own. There is a family bath available to guests on a first come, first served basis. My husband and I had no problems getting in there both nights of our stay around 9pm. We opted for dinner, which at 5,000 yen is a bit pricey, but not extreme. The portions were generous and the food top quality. Heavy on the fish, kaiseki style. Each night consisted of the same structure, different dishes, about 7 courses in total: sashimi platter, starters platter, tempura, nabe, side dish, rice, miso soup, dessert. The downside is the breakfast, which is plated and only Japanese style. I hate eating fish and fermented dishes for breakfast so this was a real bummer. The only other real downside was the slightly "old" smell in the room, maybe a bit of mold somewhere? And all the rooms seem to be optional smoking ones, so when our neighbor started smoking in the hall it did waft in through our door. Very relaxing overall though, and would definitely return.
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Cherie L. Solo travelers Singapore, March 5, 2014
Love this hotel - come here almost every year

Food, blossoming sakura and shopping at the festival
10
Very pleasant - I missed the last bus and had to take the train (took over 5hours to get to kawazu station). The hotel send a van to pick me up although it was 940pm in the night. Great service. Really appreciate the effort. I come back almost every year - great place to see the cherry blossoms. Has a waterfall in front of the hotsprings.
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Hui L. Solo travelers Hong Kong, November 12, 2013
Poor receptionist but excellent spa

Variety of hot spring, great view of water fall when you soak in the hot spring
4
Difficult to get to as the bus service is only once per hour after 5pm, taxi is about 3000 yen from station to the hotel, this hotel is all self-service like making your own bed, taking luggages to your room, etc. Poor receptionist, not showing any interest to your need at all nor trying to help. However, the hot springs is fantastic, it has a different type of hot springs, hot springs in a cave, next to waterfall, inside a little hut next to a waterfall, etc.
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Schaffner E. Families with young children France, August 4, 2013
onsen au pied de la cascade

hot swiming pool and natural pools next to river, good japanese diner
7.7
Aucun probleme, personnel agréable et attentionné. une multitude de bassins alimentés par de l'eau de source chaude pour se relaxer ou nager le tout le long d'une rivière dans une belle foret dense
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Tomoko Y. Families with young children Japan, May 19, 2014
テルマエロマエ

露天 若干の融通がきく 景色
4.3
部屋にはアリの大群(笑) 露天は最高♪ 子供料金はナシ表示でしたが五歳以下もあるので要問い合わせ✴︎
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Ronald L. Couples Hong Kong, July 24, 2014
房間整潔,員工略懂英文,環境一流,戶外對著瀑布浸溫泉,正!

房間整潔,員工略懂英文,環境一流,戶外對著瀑布浸溫泉,正!
9.7
房間整潔,員工略懂英文,環境一流,戶外對著瀑布浸溫泉,正! 但沒有wifi比較可惜,另外docomo在此的接收很差,只有softbank network
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