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Featured Ryokans in Hakone
Are there Hakone ryokans with private onsens?
- Mount View Hakone has a private onsen set in a quiet, nature-filled space designed to help you relax. There’s also a public bath open to all guests. When you aren’t steeping in the hot springs, get yourself a massage or some aromatherapy to reach your ultimate zen.
- Aura Tachibana: You can book time at one of Aura’s three private onsens, which all have gorgeous views of the Hakone Mountains. The Aura also sports public baths for all guests. A free English breakfast is included with your room rate, and you can pick up coffee or cocktails at the on-site café/lounge/library.
What are the top luxury ryokans in Hakone?
- Gora Kadon: This ryokan is serious about food: Start your day with a free full breakfast—Japanese or Western-style—and end it with dinner at Kaiseki Kadan, the on-site restaurant. The menu focuses on seasonal delicacies and changes monthly. Pair all that delicious food with skin treatments or massages at the spa—or a dip in the indoor or outdoor onsens—and you’ve got yourself a spectacular ryokan holiday.
- Hakone Airu: Each room at the Airu comes with its own private hot spring on the balcony, as well as a larger onsen for all guests to use. Dinners are served kaiseki-style, with a set menu and multiple courses, but you can put in special orders for goodies like beef shabushabu and sashimi lobster.
Are there traditional ryokans in Hakone?
FUKUZUMIRO provides you with the classic ryokan experience. Many of the rooms share bathrooms, although a handful do have en suite facilities. You’ll eat your meals in your room, choosing from a menu that changes seasonally but focuses on fresh seafood and vegetables. When you’re ready to try out the hot springs, you can choose from three types, including one just for families.