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We stayed for two nights at the Fujiya Hotel. Its 138-year history has made it a tourist destination in itself so even in January on a Sunday night it was fairly crowded. However, by Monday most visitors and guests were gone and it was pretty...More
This isn't the fanciest hotel with the newest, coolest amenities, but it is gorgeous and has so much history! The interior of the main building is gorgeous and feels like taking a step back in time. You can take a stroll through their lovely gardens...More
This hotel catered to the top of society, first to the Japanese then also to the foreigners from the 1920's onwards. This current management has totally lost the way, its self respect and its respect for the client and has turned it in a tourist...More
Although I wanted to stay in one of the older building, the rooms were already full. So, we stayed in Forest building.
The room was old but well maintained. We could see the Hakone Tozan Trains through woods. We are very content with the view...More
Spent one night at Fujiya Hotel with my husband in December 2017. The hotel was old and in need of serious TLC. My husband enjoyed the relic from the past feel but for the price the furnishings need a serious update. The bed was like...More
As the others have said, there are restaurants at hotel .... but we found it expensive ($8 charge for bread) and not very good. The dining room is impressive though and staff try their best to do silver service. There is a... More
As the others have said, there are restaurants at hotel .... but we found it expensive ($8 charge for bread) and not very good. The dining room is impressive though and staff try their best to do silver service. There is a small tempura restaurant and a simple restaurant with pasta etc within a few hundred metres uphill. There's a Lawson/ 7-11 convenience store just down the hill.
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"stay away, until they learn to respect their heritage AND their clients again"