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Reviewed 11 October 2017

他のレビューが大変悪く、当日まで本当に心配でしたが、
行ってみると趣があり、外国人の方に受けそうな作りでした。
特にお食事は本当に美味しかったです!
お風呂も昔ながらの温泉を貸切で楽しめました!
他のサイトのレビューは少し悪意的なものを感じます。

もっと外国人向けにPRに力をいれるといいかなと思います
ので是非頑張っていただきたいと思います。

Other customer review was so bad so I was anxious however the structure was artistic then their cuisine was really nice.
You can enjoy Hot spring with your Family or lover.
Maybe other reviews are pinpricks.

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank MarieK2902
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

This is a traditional Japanese hot spring hotel which offers traditional authentic Japanese breakfast and dinner. The hotel room does not have private bathroom, only shared washroom, however the room itself does come with a bathroom sink. Visitors have to have shower before hot spring. Hot spring is shared by each family with locked doors. Honestly speaking, this hotel is dated and needs renovation. The 70's land line phone is still available in each hotel room. Food was super good, pretty and authentic. We could tell the staff have put their passion and time to make the food to serve their customers. For $230, we have no complaint at all, need to be fair, and ask yourself how much you are willing to pay. Just the food itself already justifies the price. If one really wants nice hot spring hotel room with nice authentic Japanese food in Hakone (keep in mind this is a tourist place), be ready to pay $500+. The hotel is sitting in a quiet neighbour, room is comfy and quiet. Staff were polite although they barely speak English. Although the building is old, we still can tell the staff are trying to make the place as clean as possible.

Date of stay: April 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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4  Thank sushi2008Calgary
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Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

We stayed here on the way from Tokyo to Osaka. The town is very quiet and good for peace and relaxing. The ryoken was very welcoming and the room was perfect for 2. We tried the hot baths which were really nice. The food for dinner and breakfast was so good. They bring it to your room. Overall a really nice stay.

Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank 334bridgetk
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Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

We came here with low expectations following other traveller reviews but really wanted a traditional Japanese experience. We were overjoyed with what we got considering how last minute we booked things (we only made bookings with one month to spare).

I can agree with others that the dinner is what you can be most excited for. The hotel is a small, cute place with its own onsen bath. This is not a place for a person who hates sushi or is a clean-freak but if you're keen on being a little adventurous, this is the place for you!

Date of stay: April 2017
1  Thank Nadiasuchen
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Reviewed 8 September 2016

The prices of ryokans are not something a regular budget traveler can afford therefore we were very happy when we find this place for a reasonable price. Visiting ryokan and onsen is like stepping into another world. Manten no Hoshi is located in a little village, close to the train and bus. We were there during the week and all restaurants were closed. Unfortunately, we didn't book dinner at the hotel so we ended up buying some snacks from the small shop. There was only one person who spoke English and very strict check in time but when we arrived the cleaning staff was helpful and they stored our luggage while we went out. It is indeed an ageing place but that adds a specific charm to it. Don't expect more than tatami floor and shared bathroom but everything was clean and nice. They prepared the room for the night for us and tea and drinking water was provided, as well as kimonos for the onsen. Having a private onsen is fantastic and we could also use one in the partners hotel next door. We loved this experience.

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank 593milicad
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