The price is ￥25,780 per night from Aug 28 to Aug 29￥25,780
Aug 28 - Aug 29
4.4/5 Wonderful! (136 reviews)
The Private Bath's Worth It
"We stayed one night in a separated room with private open-air bath (non-smoking) for an anniversary trip, and it was an absolute pleasure. The room itself was two floors, spacious, scrupulously clean, with a bedroom area above and a lounge area below. The lounge was equipped with a large pit-style ..."
The price is ￥10,859 per night from Sep 12 to Sep 13￥10,859
Sep 12 - Sep 13
4/5 Very Good! (19 reviews)
"Great! The check-in process was very quick, and greeted by a nice and professional receptionist. He explained everything to us in English and walked us to our room. We had a nice view of the mountains. Our beds were very big and comfortable. The room is small but we did not need all of the unnecessary ..."
The price is ￥11,364 per night from Sep 1 to Sep 2￥11,364
Sep 1 - Sep 2
4.4/5 Excellent! (28 reviews)
Nice affordable Ryoken in Gora
"This Ryoken is affordable and has private hot spring tubs that can be reserved for an hour daily. The room was very clean and comfortable. We stayed in the western style family room and the beds were very comfortable as well. We would definitely stay here again."
Hakone Venetian Glass Museum is located in a culturally rich area of Hakone known for its hot springs and magnificent mountain views. If you're looking for a convenient place to stay, check out the 43 hotels and other accommodations you'll find within a mile.
Adjacent to Hakone Venetian Glass Museum, Hakone Highland Hotel is one of the top choices for your stay based on our traveler data, and this 3.5-star hotel offers a restaurant and free parking. Other good choices close by include Re Cove Hakone and Mount View Hakone.
Mount View Hakone, located just 14 minutes' walk from Hakone Venetian Glass Museum, is a 3.5-star ryokan offering hand sanitizer for guests, social distancing measures, and enhanced cleaning. For a more luxurious stay, consider Hakone Kowakien TEN-YU, a 4.5-star ryokan that provides enhanced cleaning and is within 5 miles. For other choices, browse all properties near Hakone Venetian Glass Museum with enhanced sanitization practices.
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Pola Museum of Art, Hakone Open Air Museum, and Okada Museum of Art feature captivating exhibits. Hakone Shrine, Buddhist Stoneworks at Motohakone, and Daiyuzan Saijo-ji Temple are notable landmarks to explore if you're in the area. Get outside and spend some time strolling around Hakone Gora Park, Chichibunomiya Memorial Park, and Miyagino Hayakawa Breakwater Cherry Blossoms.
Recent reviews of Hakone Venetian Glass Museum hotels
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"The property is brand new, was built in 2017, and the cleanliness was perfect. The room that we stay was with an air bath with half board, and the location was far from the main building, which made the elderly parents tired, but apart from that, their stay on the property was excellent, with a good buffet-style dinner and breakfast. We didn't use it because we drove in our car, but a shuttle bus was available, and it looked convenient for people who use public transportation."
A verified traveler from Kawagoe stayed at Hakone Ashinoko Hanaori
"The quiet charm of an traditional ryokan can be the best. For the real feel of the area and the milky white onsen to make your skin feel like silk. The staff was amazing, the room felt like a true ryokan and the area was secluded and beautiful. Good for those with tattoos, but don’t expect all the fancy stuff - besides the meals, which are outstanding. For the real vacation feeling of a country I love to live in.
I came here to recover from surgery for uterine cancer and the onsen is the best way to heal. I will visit again . . ."
A verified traveler from Shinjuku stayed at Hakoneonsen Sanso Nakamura
"Staff are really friendly and super helpful.
The place itself is old and as a 2 star shouldn’t expect too much.
Lots of cobwebs everywhere which show it hasn’t been deep cleaned in a long time. I wouldn’t recommend staying here in summer as there will probably be a lot of spiders and bugs. I stayed in winter (December) so we only seen one spider inside the house. There is free green tea and coffee and clean bottled water in the main lounge which is nice. Hot spring is good since it can be reserved for your room privately. The official time is 30 minutes per room but the owners are flexible and allow longer. "
A verified traveler stayed at Fuji-Hakone Guest House