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Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
"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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8.6

Excellent

770 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 271
Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel
Kawazu,Izu - View on map
8.6

Excellent

4 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 505
Imaiso
Kawazu,Izu - View on map
"While travelling in IZU, there is the choice! Very nice stuff, beautiful yukata( Japanese-style bathrobe). Quiet private beach, all above is beyond my expectation. The room is big enough as well. Imaihama station is only 2 mins walk distance from this hotel. It's really convenience and private place to stay. Appreciate staff. Wish I could be here again in future."
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8.6

Excellent

560 reviews

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$ 172
Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
7.9

Very good

4 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 361
New Hakkeien
Izunokuni,Izu - View on map
7.2

Very good

13 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 133
Arai Ryokan
Shuzenji,Izu - View on map
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$ 499
Laforet Shuzenji
Shuzenji,Izu - View on map
"This is a great place to relax. It is a huge place with limited number of guests rooms. No crowds like what you see at Tokyo or Fuji. The room I stayed is facing a golf course. I wished I would skip Tokyo and Fuji and came here directly for a week of relaxation. Having your own transport is a must to fully enjoy. "
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7.1

Very good

131 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 208
Yado-Marubun
Minamiizu,Izu - View on map
Avg price per night
$ 375
Kurofune Hotel
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
7.4

Very good

2 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 336
Taberu Oyado Hamanoyu
Higashiizu,Izu - View on map
9.9

Exceptional

3 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 1,237
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Shimoda,Izu - View on map
"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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8.6

Excellent

770 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 271

Fast facts about Izu, Japan

Accommodations1,136 properties
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Popular areaShimoda
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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Izu?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Izu is USD 135. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Izu is USD 216. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Izu is USD 297.

What's the average price of a hotel in Izu this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Izu this weekend is USD 150. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Izu this weekend is USD 232. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Izu this weekend is USD 465.

What's the average price of a hotel in Izu tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Izu tonight is USD 128. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Izu tonight is USD 217. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Izu tonight is USD 339.

What are the best hotels in Izu near Joren Waterfall?

Verified travelers to Izu who stayed near Joren Waterfall have given top reviews to Mizunomichi Kazenomichi Yugashima Tatsuta Hot Spring Ryokan, Livemax Resort Amagi-Yugashima and Yugashima Golf Club Hotel Resort.

What are the most popular hotels in Izu?

Popular hotels in Izu include Shimoda Tokyu Hotel, Imaiso and Hotel Inatori Ginsuiso.

What are the best hotels in Izu for couples?

Couples who stayed in Izu have given high ratings to Shimoda Tokyu Hotel, Imaiso and Hotel Inatori Ginsuiso.

What are the best hotels in Izu for families?

Families who stayed in Izu highly recommend Shimoda Tokyu Hotel, Imaiso and Hotel Inatori Ginsuiso.

What hotels in Izu have the best views?

Verified travelers to Izu have given top reviews for the views at Shimoda Tokyu Hotel, Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel and Shimoda Prince Hotel.

What hotels in Izu have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Izu have given top reviews for the breakfast at Shimoda Tokyu Hotel.

What's the best neighborhood in Izu to stay in?

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

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More about Izu

Translating to “hot ocean”, Atami is one of Japan’s Three Great Hot Springs. The city has been a popular hot spring resort since the 8th century, and the beaches draw in visitors during the summer months. Reaching Atami can be done by train, with Tokyo’s two airports both offering a convenient starting point for your journey down the line.

When in Atami, it is not about the onsen baths that they have available, as the hot springs make a far more impressive and natural display for relaxing in leisure. Throughout the city, hot springs can be enjoyed for their soothing properties, and some even have geysers. If not here, many a traveler can be found along the coast. The area is popular with divers and has one of the only divable wrecks in mainland Japan. The coral, moray eels, and octopus add to the diversity and wonder of the waters of Atami. The nearby city of Izu is also worth a visit for its hot springs. It also has such attractions as the Shuzenji Temple and Niji-no-sato Theme Park.

Be sure to check out the interactive map of Atami for information on hotel locations, attractions, and must-see destinations.