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I booked two nights at this ryokan to celebrate my son's 21st birthday. We came to Hakone direct from Tokyo and the contrast between the two Japans couldn't have been more marked. We were welcomed into the ryokan and shown our room which was a...More
This hotel didn't meet our expectations at all. Here goes the list of the reasons.
1. Broken hot water faucet (on the sink) in our private bathroom. So we don't have hot water to wash hands.
2. The bathtub in the private bathroom has a...More
We arrived in Hakone this afternoon and had a wonderful and smooth check in. We were asked if we would like to book the private bath and asked for a slot after dinner which were all free at the point of booking. The room we...More
We were staying here as the second part of our tour of Japan. We arrived slighly early but able to leave our bags while we walked into the nearby town.
On return we got checked in and shown to our room. We were in room...More
The Roykan looks lovely on arrival - we were charmed by our room, which was very spacious and had its own private onsen. This was worth paying for as we could enjoy an onsen when we wanted, with the sound of the river.
Response from Margaret S | Reviewed this property |
I’m sorry I missed your question and only saw it now. By Geisha Dinner do you mean having Japanese food with Geisha in your company? Unfortunately this is not offered at this venue as geisha are not everywhere in Japan. I... More
I’m sorry I missed your question and only saw it now. By Geisha Dinner do you mean having Japanese food with Geisha in your company? Unfortunately this is not offered at this venue as geisha are not everywhere in Japan. I would suggest that you check for certain venues if you are in one of the major cities like Tokyo or Kyoto for example instead.