230 m ühistranspordini
|Lähim lennujaam||Haneda rahvusvaheline lennujaam (HND)|
|Kaugus lennujaamast||75,2 km|
Asudes paigas Gora / Sengokuhara, on Hakone Onsen Sanso Nakamura täiuslik koht, kus kogeda linna Hakone ja selle ümbruskonda. Siit võivad külalised nautida lihtsat ligipääsu kõigele, mida pulbitseval linnal pakkuda on. Külalised lihtsalt armastavad selle hotelli asukohta, mis on kohe linna peamiste vaatamisväärsuste Sengokuhara Onsen, Hakone Väikese Printsi muuseum, Veneetsia Klaasi Muuseum naabruses.
Võimalused ja teenused, mida pakub Hakone Onsen Sanso Nakamura, tagavad külalistele meeldiva viibimise hotellis. Majutudes selles suurepärases hoones, võivad külalised nautida pakihoid, parkla, peretuba, restoran, kohvik.
Külalised võivad valida 15 toa seast, millest kõigist õhkub rahu ja harmooniat. Terve päeva võid nautida spaa, massaaž, aed, karaoke, mängude tuba lõõgastavat atmosfääri. Hakone Onsen Sanso Nakamura on Sinu sihtkoht Hakone kvaliteetse majutuse otsinguil.
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Hakone Onsen Sanso Nakamura
Super cosy place, super nice, friendly and helpful owners!
One of the onsen is really small and only have 3 shower stations. From the carpark to the entrance of the hotel is a long stone pathway, it is very inconvenient when you can’t even pull your luggage along but have to carry all the way from the carpark to the hotel. No toilets attached which i find very troublesome when I have to go out to use the washroom or even just for a hand wash!
Lovely Quaint OnSen Hotel - Tranquil and Homely”
This was a very tranquil and nice resort that caters to lower density hotel. The hostess, Kami-San was very gracious and tried to ensure that we had a good stay. I was the lone vegan in my group, comprising of my family members, and KamiSan goes out of her way to accommodate me! Am indeed very grateful for that and we all had a most delicious meals - breakfast and dinner whilst there. We strongly recommend the Hotel Nakamura.
Lovely homelike traditional Ryokan ”
The Ryokan is traditional and made us feel very homely with lovely and very friendly hosts. The Onsen feels very good and natural with a garden nature view and very relaxing though a bit small. Love the resting area outside the bath. Would be good if hot tea can be served in the resting area as well as we rest. The hosts are very friendly and dinners and breakfasts are very substantial with beautiful plating and wonderful service. Location may not be convenient for those who don’t drive. It is also not too easy to find the place and no facilities around. But on the whole
The hotel locates in the middle of a hill so if you walk from bus station (650m) with heavy luggage you will feel very tired. The hotel looks so lovely and boutique, even better than in the photo. Not so difficult to find if you are connected to the Google Map and in the daytime otherwise you must be confused of the location. Staff are nice and friendly. The facilities are reasonable compared to room price. The on-sen bath is pretty small, enough for about 5 people
Great, quiet place in the forest”
Excellent place if you want to relax. Large spa and onsen. Traditional Japanese breakfast, cooked fresh. Nice views and big room. Highly recommended ryokan with ample free parking.
Home-cooked breakfast and dinner they served was fantastic. Excellent quality and beautifully served. The hotel is ran by an old couple. They're very attentive and caring to the point stay felt more like staying with distant Japanese relatives than a hotel.
Poor value for money”
A little dated, carpet threadbare on edges of stairs, sinks in ladies worn, stained rice paper on doors, generally need uprading. Onsen good, tried both, smallest very hot, larger one the heat was more manageable. Room (tatami matted) comfotable. Friendly staff, but lack attention to detail. Expensive dinner, my sashimi tuna was still part frozen, ie semi solid when served, my roommate's was fine. We we both missed when the rice was served, but didn't feel we could say anything in a dining room full of other dining groups Had the accommodation and food been half the price I would have overlooked the above, but when you pay a certain price you expect a certain standard, which this failed to meet. Hence poor value.
Public onsen, warm enough room, perfect dinner and breakfast, good for driver”
Staff is so nice! Nice view with public onsen, can try two different onsens everyday! But for the consideration of location, it is much more suitable for driver. Very well-prepared jap style dinner and breakfast! Good jap traditional style room!
A great experience in Hakone”
Loved the onsen, and the hospitality offered by the staff. The baths for men and women change daily in the morning, so you get to enjoy both even if you're staying only for the night. The atmosphere after the sun set was magical, even if that meant a standoff with an 8-legged creature lured in by the warmth of the room. The futon was extra comfortable. Super-clean guest yukata. It's a bit far to walk (on your own, after dark, if you're a chicken, like I am) to get dinner, so I'd recommend booking it at the hotel. The breakfast was positively massive and delicious and prepared with care. Arrived on Sunday and stayed until Monday, which was why the place was positively empty. It might look a bit run down, but you can tell the staff still care and keep it clean and guest-friendly. A great experience!
the Area around the hotel are very quite since it is not by the main road. It only takes about 5-6 minutes to walk to the bus station and about 10 min to nearby restaurant and convenient store. the Staffs are friendly and nice. They can't speak english but they still try to help you even using google translator. Overall, it is a really nice ryokan if youre looking for a quite place.
It was the first time for our young kids to stay in a traditional Japanese Hotel. While my husband and I can speak Japanese, the children can't, but that didn't stop them from being very kind and accommodating to our sometimes noisy twins! I was apprehensive at first for the kids but it turned out the kids enjoyed it the most! I will definitely come back here with my family. If you are traveling with kids I'd definitely recommend this place! ps. the road going to the hotel from the bust stop is a short walk but a hard uphill one especially with luggage! There are rarely taxis so take note of that and maybe get off two stations before so you can grab a taxi easier.
Fantastic authentic onsen it a picture perfect setting - but shame about the rest of the hotel”
I feel like I have to defend this hotel a little bit given some of the other reviews, although I will admit that the price was rather too high for what was on offer. First off, the onsen is incredible, it's the real deal for the "purists" out there. The water is incredibly hot, has a milky consistency with a sulphurous smell and genuinely feels like you're sitting in a volcano, with a perfect view out on a little bamboo forest, plus a nice sitting area afterwards for you to recover in. Some complained that the onsen was dirty, but if you have proper untreated volcano water you get a variety of miscellaneous deposits on the walls and floors it just happens. However, given the state of the rest of the hotel, yes ok it could have done with a little clean up. The rooms were fine, basic but fine and comfortable. Everything felt a little dated but a lot of Japanese hotels seem to look like that. Breakfast was a whopping ¥2300 per person, but the restaurant area was very nice indeed.
Very nice people. Good food, very yummy. ”
The hotel is located near the Little Prince museum. It is 5-6 minutes walk from the Hakone Tozan Bus stop. Which is convenient enough. I most appreciate the breakfast, surprising good.
I'd say more but out of space”
Value: a bit pricey. Breakfast was expensive but we were served crab and a full fish. It was delicious. Best part was their onsen. Its normally separate, but if there is no one there they'll let you go together. I wish they had a private one. There is a big really nice onsen, and a small not so nice. They rotate. The big one is definitely nicer. The small one super hot. I couldn't stay in it long. If you are sensitive to heat try the large one and go in at the opposite side where the water is pouring. Remote: It is remote. Family Mart is walkable and open 24 hours. If you don't get breakfast at the hotel, nothing is open except Family Mart. We didn't try for dinner at the hotel as it was just too early. Most places in the area closes around 4 - 5 pm. There are places open late that are a short bus ride away. Bathroom is shared, not private! Also heating outside your room is poor which means walking to the restroom is cold! The front desk is not always occupied.
Welcoming traditional Japanese experience”
We had a wonderful one night stay at the Nakamura ryokan. This is a traditional, small family owned establishment set in the lush Hakone forest. We had the dinner/breakfast package, which I would definitely recommend as it was delicious and excellent value. The owners were very welcoming, and speak some English. The two onsens were very nice, and the larger one has beautiful views through the bamboo. The tatami rooms are large (ours had a separate dressing room and small seating area), and the shared toilets and sink were just outside the room. The hotel is only a 5-10 min walk from the nearest bus stop, although (like much of Hakone) up a very steep hill. Alternatively, a taxi from Gora train station is ~1800 yen. Hakoneyumoto station also has a luggage delivery service (800 yen) - leave your bag before midday and head out sightseeing, and your bag will be at your hotel by mid-afternoon.
a family style hotel with onsen”
initially spent quite some time to locate the hotel. should have done more homework before i reach Hakone. in order to reach the hotel, take the hakone trozen train up to Gora. from there take bus S at stop no. 2 nearby Gora train station, and stop at the stop named senkyoro mae , from there it is a 5-6 minutes up hill walk.
Great stay good service superb onsen”
That was our first trip to Japan and we stayed 4 nights stay in Japan where i will be staying 9 nights there. The trip was memorable with clean hotel great location superb service and fast internet. While i was on holiday i can still be connected with my work. Will certainly recommend to all the people i know and if i happen to go again will stay there again. I was on honeymoon trip and that was the best trip so far.
Great Japanese style room, and friendly h”
I was looking for a day away from business travels and interested in experiencing a Japanese style B&B. Found this hotel on Agoda and enjoyed my stay very much. The staff was very kind and helpful, was able to communicate with them via tablet with translation software. Cant wait to go back and spend more time.. Great hot springs at the hotel to enjoy...
Lovely hotel and pleasant staff”
After one hour of bus from Odawara station, I leave bus after museum of Petit prince bus top. I can see a supermarket and take small road behind it. After 200 meter a small street climbing to hotel. Entry after the car park. Not easy to find because all words are japaneese. I leave my shoes at entry and an old woman make my checkin. She show me the room and commun bathroom where is located Onzen. There are 2 Onzen then check if male/female at entry because they switch during the day. No dinner and hotel is closed at 8 P.M. Food are available in supermarket. Breakfast at 8 a.m. Don't be late because it is cooked for this time Very good place to take rest and visit this place
230 m ühistranspordini