Accommodation at Highland Resort Hotel & Spa includes free entrance tickets to the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park and the Fujiyama Onsen, both located next door. It offers breathtaking views of Mt Fuji at your doorstep on a clear day. A Mt Fuji Museum is also located on its grounds, which hotel guests can visit for free.
A short walk to the left of the hotel brings you to a small town where you can find a supermarket, 7-11, Family Mart and a few pachinko establishments. You can also find Sapporo Ramen, Big Boy American Restaurant and some cafés in the area. You can find reasonably priced foods here if you don't wish to patronise the overpriced restaurants in the hotel.
Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park is home to a few of the world's Guiness-certified roller coasters, the Fujiyama, Takabisha, Eejanaika and Dodonpa. There is also a large haunted house attraction in the park. A whole day of exciting fun! The hotel allows its guests to enter Fuji-Q half an hour before the park opens to the public. Remember to get fast passes from the ticket booths if you don't want to wait 2-3 hours for each of the rides.
Fujiyama Onsen is impeccably clean and has a picturesque outdoor onsen area for you to relax after a long day. Entrance is complimentary for all hotel guests with a ¥150 hot spring tax to be paid on top of room charges.
You can also sign up for trips to Mt Fuji from the hotel travel desk.
However, the hotel location is a bit inaccessible, especially when you are coming from the Ōsaka region. For full information, check out the following website: http://www.fujiq.jp/english/guide/acccess.html
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