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Hotel Inatori Ginsuiso
Higashiizu,Izu - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Hot tub
  7. Sauna
  8. Spa
"We wanted to stay in the Izu peninsula and this was the most affordable place. The view is great from the rooms and the common spaces. The town is small and cute, but there’s not a lot to do, other than some fine restaurants and nice shops of hanging hina dolls. The onsen is ok, the view from there was not as awesome as I expected. Hotel staff was nice but language barrier made it difficult to ask for recommendations."
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9

Exceptional

1742 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 286
Ryokan Senoumi
Higashiizu,Izu - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Sauna
"The food is good - all about seafood as it is about Izu. The onsen is awesome - simply great.!! Great view - to the Izu sea.! Rooftop.! Open air.!! The staff are very helpful, two of them can speak fluent English. In this little village this is a very good service. In particular the young man called Fumi who served me in the 3 days - super helpful, offers me all the information I need, speaks fluent English. Great, Fumi, big THANK YOU to you (I am Mr. Wong : ) ) The location is very remote, though shuttle bus service is offered. Anyway I drive myself. It is very expensive, in such a fishing village. I stayed there on Friday and Saturday nights - not sure if this is the reason. Anyway what it offers is GREAT. "
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8.4

Excellent

281 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 352
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Sauna
  6. Spa
  7. Bicycles
  8. Luggage storage
"I'm 35, Canadian, my girlfriend is 25, Japanese. The bed, and the room is big, clean, and comfortable. Prior to booking this room, I read the other reviews- and noted guests complaining about the age of the hotel. Let's not forget that some of the finest hotels in N.Y., for example, are more than 100 years old. Age of a hotel does not render it 'old' or unsavory. This place is top class for what it is. It is very clean. The service is top level (you're in Japan- its hard to find poor service- as long as you are respectful yourself, and don't act like a typical 'What do you mean you don't speak English!?' type foreigner. The view from the room- I felt like I was in Koh Samui, Thailand. You won't believe you're only a 3 hr local train ride from Tokyo. It looks tropical, exotic, and literally- like you're in one of the southern islands off the coast of Okinawa. Maybe even better (seriously). The hotel is very close to the city center (15 min walk through beautiful traditional Japanese countryside alleys, homes, temples, etc). Along the way you'll see gorgeous little shops, restaurants, etc. They provide a free shuttle every hour- but seriously- the area around the hotel is so cool, it'd be a waste not to walk. The onsen (hot traditional pool) is open until 1 am every day (even in low season), and it is outdoor, overlooking the incredible ocean view. TIP: If you are coming from Tokyo: take the ITO LINE back to Atami. Trust me on this. It only runs a few times a day, its a brown colored train. But it's a special line that runs directly along the coast, the entire way, from Shimoda to Atami (from there you can take another local train or Shinkansen back to Tokyo). The scenery on this 90 min train ride is the best I've ever seen in Japan on any train route. Believe me, if you take the Ito Line back to Atami- it'll be one of the most memorable and romantic train rides you've taken in Japan. ;) "
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8.7

Excellent

1721 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 225
Tsuruya Kisshotei
Higashiizu,Izu - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Hot tub
  6. Sauna
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Breakfast [free]
"Chose this hotel because of excellent review, price and location. If you missed the last hotel shuttle ( like us from Izu-Atagawa station then you can still walk to hotel (< 10 min and down hill) with luggage from hakkawa station though there are few stairs when exit the station. In addition, the outdoor seaside Hakkawa Onsen is right next to the hotel (free for hotel guests), plus the 40 min private onsen from hotel so you get to enjoy the best of onsen without additional cost. We booked the Japanese style sea view room without realizing there is no private bath (which my daughter insisted to have). After we requested to exchange to a room with private bath, they upgraded us to a two-room suite with private bath (it was lucky they still have room with bath). We did not see non-Japanese tourist in the hotel. Though the front desk receptionist knew little English, they have know problem communicating with out request. Highly recommended!"
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8.9

Excellent

531 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 559
Ryokan Umibe no Kakure yu Seiryu
Dogashima,Izu - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Sauna
  6. Spa
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Car power charging station
"This was the first time my daughter and I visited Izu Peninsula. We stayed in a suite with private onsen at the balcony. The room was clean and spacious, and the sea view was gorgeous. The gentleman working at the reception counter was extremely polite and helpful. When we were leaving on the next day, the bus to the train station was going to depart in a few minutes but the hotel van was still on its way back. So this gentleman immediately got another car and drove us to the bus terminus. The only clawback about the hotel is its relatively remote location. It is situated at Dougashima on the west coast of Izu Peninsula. If you travel from Tokyo, you have to firstly take a 3-hour express train ride to Shimoda and then another hour's bus ride to Dougashima. The hotel is within walking distance from the bus terminus."
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7.8

Very good

329 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 329
Yukairo Kikuya
Shuzenji,Izu - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Game room
  6. Luggage storage
  7. Breakfast [free]
  8. Contactless check-in/out
"Dinner/breakfast was amazing/ baths were beautiful/ staff was friendly/ nighttime ramen! Highly recommend "
9

Exceptional

350 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 493
Atagawakan Hotel
Higashiizu,Izu - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Golf course [on-site]
  6. Spa
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Swimming pool [outdoor]
"I only came to Izu for the onsen experience and I probably came at a low-peak season as Izu was pretty much a ghost town. There was nothing to do in Izu anyway, it was just a small town with onsen hotels and a beach for surfers. I arrived at the station and the hotel's shuttle van driver was already waiting for my arrival despite me not making any pick-up arrangements. The hotel seemed empty but when I was ushered to my room, I guess I was only worried about nothing. Room is very clean, huge and I had an amazing view of the ocean! The staff here are friendly and I was pampered like a princess when they brought my meals to my room and prepared my futon before I turn in for the night. For an onsen town, the onsen at the hotel was only average as I have been to better ones. They had one indoors onsen with a view of the ocean and a smaller one outdoors, both on a high floor. There is no internet connection so I took it as a good opportunity to take a break from the outside world. But I succumbed to the lack of connection anyway by using the wifi connection that is only available in the lobby. Mosquitoes might be a problem here though but they have insect repellent for that. I guess my only regret is that I only stayed here for a night."
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9

Exceptional

561 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 218
Mizunomichi Kazenomichi Yugashima Tatsuta Hot Spring Ryokan
Izu,Izu - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. BBQ facilities
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Game room
  7. Shops
  8. Coffee shop
"Beautiful private onsen (4 types) for couples or families and the service was very excellent! Staff went out of the way to make our stay perfect. The futons were also super comfortable and thicker than usual. By far one the best ryokans we stayed at! "
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8.9

Excellent

275 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 324
Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Spa
  6. Swimming pool [outdoor]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Private beach
"Excellent location, right on the beach. Draw your curtains in the morning and you can see beautiful sunshine shining on a great looking stretch of sand. Excellent staff very helpful, especially the Australia educated lady at the front desk with excellent English. Goods Japanese options at the hotel and few pice pizza placed within a short walk from the hotel"
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8

Excellent

831 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 158
Ogawa Ryokan
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Coffee shop
  5. Laundry service
  6. Wi-Fi in public areas
  7. Smoking area
  8. Vending machine
"Great unique find I was pleasantly surprised by my stay here"
8.6

Excellent

192 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 78

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Accommodations1,120 properties
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Frequently asked questions

What are the best accommodations in Izu for two guests?

Hotels in Izu that are widely rated by couples include Hotel Inatori Ginsuiso, Shimoda Tokyu Hotel and Shimoda Prince Hotel.

What's the best local community in Izu to stay in?

Popular local neighborhoods among travelers staying in Izu include Higashiizu, Shimoda and Shuzenji.

What are the top hotels located in Izu for lone visitors?

Hotels found in Izu which are very highly rated by individual visitors are Hotel Inatori Ginsuiso, Shimoda Tokyu Hotel and Shimoda Prince Hotel.

What accommodations found in Izu are very highly rated regarding value for money?

Propertiesaround Izu that is well rated with respect to value for money include Pension Amagiji, 御宿しんしま and ゲストハウス+カフェわ 1日1組限定! 築100年の農家の古民家で宿泊体験、薪でお風呂沸かせます。焚き火もできます。.

What are the very best hotels in Izu with restaurants?

Accommodations which have restaurants found in Izu that are highly rated include Oninosumika, Sunshine Shuzenji Hotel and Sunshine Shuzenji Hotel.

What are the top hotels located in Izu with a private beach?

Resorts which have a private beach found in Izu that are exceptionally rated include 一棟貸別荘! Ohama Beach House & BBQ! 大浜海水浴場まで徒歩10分! Pets welcome!, 一棟貸別荘! Ohama Beach House & BBQ! 大浜海水浴場まで徒歩10分! Pets welcome! and 一棟貸別荘! Ohama Beach House & BBQ! 大浜海水浴場まで徒歩10分! Pets welcome!.

Where can I book rooms in Izu with free cancellation policy?

Yes, you’ll find most hotel rooms offer free cancellation rates, with which you can expect to receive a full refund if you cancel prior to the deadline. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel deals in Izu.

Is quarantine expected for unvaccinated tourists to enter Izu?

Quarantine may be required for unvaccinated tourists to enter Izu from outside the country. For updated and in depth information on travel restrictons, please head over to the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

Is proof of vaccination needed to enter Izu?

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination may be required to enter Izu from outside the country. For further information, please speak to local authority or go to here.

Is pre-departure covid test required for fully vaccinated tourists to enter Izu?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is not required to enter Izu. For recent and detailed information on travel restrictons, please go to the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is pre-departure covid test necessary for unvaccinated travelers to enter Izu?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test may be required to enter Izu. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, make sure you stop by the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is covid test upon arrival expected for unvaccinated visitors to enter Izu?

COVID-19 test may be required on arrival when entering Izu from outside the country. For updated and in depth information on travel restrictons, please be sure to have a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you would like to visit, or go to here.

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More about Izu

Discovering Izu: Fun Facts and Reasons to Visit

Izu is a beautiful peninsula located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The region is known for its stunning natural scenery, including mountains, beaches, and hot springs. One of the most interesting facts about Izu is that it is home to the oldest recorded hot spring in Japan, dating back over 1,200 years. Visitors to Izu can explore this rich history while enjoying the many outdoor activities and cultural experiences that the region has to offer. There are many reasons to visit Izu, from its picturesque landscapes to its rich cultural heritage. One of the most popular attractions is Mount Fuji, which offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can also explore the many hot springs and spas that dot the region, taking in the healing properties of the mineral-rich waters. For those interested in history, Izu is home to many ancient temples and shrines, including the famous Shuzenji Temple, which dates back to the 9th century.

Getting to Izu: Transportation Tips and Tricks

Getting to Izu is relatively easy, with several transportation options available. The most convenient way to reach Izu is by train, with regular services running from Tokyo and other major cities. The journey takes around 2-3 hours, depending on your starting point. For those traveling from further afield, there are also regular flights to Shizuoka Airport, which is located just a short distance from Izu. Once you arrive in Izu, there are several transportation options available for getting around. The most popular way to explore the region is by car, with many rental companies offering affordable rates. Alternatively, visitors can take advantage of the local buses and trains, which provide easy access to many of the region's top attractions.

Top Things to Do in Izu: A Guide to Fun and Adventure

There are many fun and exciting things to do in Izu, from hiking and biking to exploring the local hot springs and spas. One of the most popular activities is visiting the many beaches that dot the coastline, including the famous Shirahama Beach. Here, visitors can enjoy swimming, surfing, and other water sports, as well as taking in the stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. For those interested in history and culture, there are many ancient temples and shrines to explore, including the Shuzenji Temple and the Omuroyama Shrine. Visitors can also take part in traditional Japanese activities such as tea ceremonies, calligraphy, and flower arranging.

Booking a Hotel in Izu: Why Agoda.com is the Best Choice

When it comes to booking a hotel in Izu, Agoda.com is the best choice for travelers. With a wide range of accommodations available, from luxury resorts to budget-friendly guesthouses, Agoda.com has something to suit every taste and budget. One of the biggest advantages of using Agoda.com is the ease of booking. The website is user-friendly and easy to navigate, allowing travelers to quickly and easily find the perfect hotel for their needs. Agoda.com also offers competitive rates and frequent promotions, making it an affordable option for budget-conscious travelers.

The Best Time to Visit Izu: Seasonal Highlights and Events

The best time to visit Izu depends on your interests and preferences. For those looking to enjoy the region's natural beauty, the best time to visit is during the spring and fall, when the weather is mild and the foliage is at its most vibrant. Summer is also a popular time to visit, with many festivals and events taking place throughout the region. One of the most popular events is the Izu Shaboten Zoo Winter Illumination, which takes place from late November to early January. During this time, the zoo is transformed into a winter wonderland, with thousands of twinkling lights and festive decorations.

Traveling in Izu: Tips for a Hassle-Free Trip

Traveling in Izu can be a hassle-free experience with a bit of planning and preparation. One of the most important things to consider is your transportation options. If you plan on renting a car, be sure to book in advance and familiarize yourself with the local driving laws and regulations. Alternatively, if you plan on using public transportation, be sure to check the schedules and routes in advance to avoid any delays or confusion. Another important consideration is your accommodations. When booking a hotel in Izu, be sure to choose a location that is convenient to the attractions you plan on visiting. This will save you time and money on transportation, allowing you to make the most of your trip.

Where to Stay in Izu: A Guide to the Best Accommodations

There are many great accommodations available in Izu, from luxury resorts to budget-friendly guesthouses. One of the most popular options is the Laforet Shuzenji Sanshisuimei, which offers traditional Japanese-style rooms and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Other popular options include the Shimoda Tokyu Hotel, the Ogawa Ryokan, the Omoideno Jinde, and the Imaiso. When choosing a hotel in Izu, it is important to consider your budget and preferences. If you are looking for a luxurious experience, consider a high-end resort or ryokan. Alternatively, if you are traveling on a budget, there are many affordable guesthouses and hostels available.

Tasting Izu: A Foodie’s Guide to Local Cuisine

Izu is home to a rich culinary tradition, with many delicious local dishes to try. One of the most famous is wasabi, which is grown in the region and used in many traditional dishes. Visitors can also enjoy fresh seafood, including sashimi and grilled fish, as well as local specialties such as Izu black pork and green tea soba noodles. For those looking to sample a variety of local dishes, there are many food tours and cooking classes available. These experiences allow visitors to learn about the region's culinary traditions while enjoying delicious food and drink.

Exploring Izu: How to Get Around and See the Sights

Exploring Izu is easy with a bit of planning and preparation. One of the best ways to see the sights is by car, which allows you to explore at your own pace and visit off-the-beaten-path destinations. Alternatively, visitors can take advantage of the local buses and trains, which provide easy access to many of the region's top attractions. When planning your itinerary, be sure to include some of the region's top sights, such as Mount Fuji, the Shuzenji Temple, and the many hot springs and spas. With so much to see and do, a trip to Izu is sure to be an unforgettable experience.