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Hostel Hagitime - Hagi - Building
1
9.1 Excellent (152 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Hostel Hagi Time is located in Hagi and takes about 3 minute walk from Tamaki Byoin-mae Bus Stop, near Shoukasonjuku Academy and Hagi Castle Town. It takes about 80 minutes to Yamaguchi Ube by car. Free WiFi is available in the guest rooms. The hotel also has rental bicycles.Guests may borrow hair dryers and irons at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a coin laundry, and a kitchenette. The hotel possesses 10 rooms.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Incredibly clean, quiet hostel. The double room was much more spacious than we anticipated with its own seating area/table, large sink and plenty of clothes hanging space. Photos online don't do it justice. The host also provided fresh coffee and doughnuts in the mornings. All in all great value for money. Hagi is a wonderful town and definitely worth visiting.
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The host is super nice and helpful. She help me carry the big and heavy luggage up and down the stair, it was very grateful. And the place is very clean and comfortable. It was very cozy in the common room, you can find anything you need in the kitchen. Very great stay. If I come to Yamakuchi next time, I definitly stay here again.
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very clean hostel in a quiet place. Very confortable beds. Would go again!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Loved Hagi and this place. Owner was fluent in English and very friendly, giving me recommendations around the place. I had the room to myself as no-one else was staying. Facilities seemed very clean and new.
Cons: A bit far away from certain tourist sites or restaurants (averaging 20 minutes walk for my itinerary) in Hagi but the charm of the town is to enjoy walking around anyway and stop by all the local pottery shops and soak in the architecture along the way.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Clean and comfortable, good location
Cons: Closed during the day so you need to store your baggage elsewhere during the day (can be done in nearby museum)
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The Hoste is very clean and Hagi is a lovely town. Because there were only few travelers I got upgraded into a single room- thank you that was very nice :)
10.0 Excellent
Pros: This hostel ticks all the boxes for a budget traveller. The hosts are helpful and speak English, there are lots of thoughtful additions like filter coffee, cupboards at each bunk, fluffy towels and basic toiletries. And it is located near shopping, restaurants and tourist venues. What's not to like??
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Free coffee in the evening And some snack and Orange and coffee for free breakfast.
Cons: Niets.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: This small, simple, friendly hostel offers little extras not normally found in a hostel, like a hair dryer and sink in the room. It’s super clean and quiet too.
Ruco - Hagi - Building
2
8.9 Excellent (263 reviews)
Overview Reviews
This is a guest house with a concept of connecting visitors and everyday life in Hagi.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: The staff was very helpful and nice, we had to stay an extra night because of an typhoon but with the help from the staff we solved it very easy and Quick.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The owner was very friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is quite cozy and there's a balcony on the top floor.
6.3 Good
Pros: If you are looking for a very good hostel this is for you.
Cons: We misunderstood the type of property and thought it would be more like a hotel, instead we had a room next to a dormitory with eight people to share the 2 toilets and showers. It was all too basic for us.
7.9 Good
Pros: It was all clean and comfortable to stay.
Cons: The room we stayed in had no curtain, so that it was too bright to sleep in the early morning. Also, for those who come to Hagi by car, you need to pay extra 1200 yen for the nearest public car pool.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Perfect location, very nice service and helpful people, very clean, all was great !
Cons: Nothing
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Nice place run by good kind people. The place had lovely decor, a functional kitchen, good showers and comfortable sleeping arrangements.
Cons: Nothing!
8.3 Excellent
Pros: stylish, close to bus station
Cons: no escalator
Guest House Hagi Akatsukiya - Hagi - Outdoors view
3
8.7 Excellent (169 reviews)
Overview Reviews
A stay at Guest House Hagi Akatsukiya places you in the heart of Hagi, within a 5-minute drive of Kumaya Art Museum and Hagi Hakubutsukan. Featured amenities include laundry facilities and a library. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: What a wonderful place! Very relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The host is very friendly, helpful and just a great person! Although his English is limited, we had great conversations and a lot of fun! I´ll never forget the Stand-Up-Paddeling at sunset - just amazing! Thank you so much! I would come back all the time!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Awesome staff, wish my home was like this place.
8.3 Excellent
Pros: Staying in a traditional style home was a very pleasant experience, it helps you forget that you're traveling. What added more value was the fact that all the other guests were Japanese, so it was rather unique. The host was very flexible and friendly with our booking and also lended us a couple bikes to tour the city.
Cons: We had to wait awhile before we could enter the hostel (the host was away). I suggest you call the number in the booking right when you arrive in Hagi (there's an information center by the bus stop) to notify you're arriving.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful house, cute little garden and close to the sea.
8.3 Excellent
Pros: Cool host and great place to stay. We were offered food and spent some time with the host and some friends in the evening which was a brilliant experience. You are basically staying in someone's house here, which suited us down to the ground; it was very authentic.
6.7 Good
Cons: No mention on this website that towels weren't provided.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Very close to the Hagi Castle ruins, Senpukuji temple and nearby beach. You can borrow a bike to explore. Staff was very kind and accommodating.
Cons: It's not super close to JR train station, maybe 20 min walk.
7.0 Good
Pros: Santa is a very accomodative owner. Place has a pleasant and friendly vibe.
Cons: Could be cleaner though.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Nice house, close to the beach, free bike and a very friendly host.
Hagi No Yado Tomoe - Hagi - Hallway
4
8.9 Excellent (52 reviews)
Overview
With a stay at Hagi No Yado Tomoe in Hagi, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Kumaya Art Museum and Hagi Seaside Market. Free self parking is available onsite.
Resort Hotel Mihagi - Hagi - Building
5
8.4 Excellent (761 reviews)
Overview
When you stay at Resort Hotel Mihagi in Hagi, you'll be near the beach, within a 10-minute walk of Hagi Hakubutsukan and Kumaya Art Museum. Featured amenities include a business center, laundry facilities, and a water dispenser. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hagijo Sannomaru Hokumon Yashiki - Hagi - Lobby
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8.4 Excellent (232 reviews)
Overview
With a stay at Hagijo Sannomaru Hokumon Yashiki in Hagi, you'll be 11.2 mi (17.9 km) from Hagi Reverberatory and 11.5 mi (18.5 km) from Tokoji Temple. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hagihonjin - Hagi - Building
7
8.3 Excellent (842 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Hagihonjin in Hagi, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Tokoji Temple and Yoshida Shoin History Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Wonderful staff, great food, including amazing kaiseki dinner and huge breakfast choice. The onsen pools were fantastic, including one at 120cm deep, another scented with rosemary and a room which ‘rained’ warm mist. I counted 10 different baths or pools.
Cons: The only issue was the private bath. It was expensive at over 3,000 yen for 45 minutes, and disappointingly small, especially for tall people. Given the main baths are so fantastic, this was a surprise
8.3 Excellent
Pros: The onsen was lovely. Our room was very spacious. Hagi is a lovely town.
Cons: I was a little disappointed with the meal. It was beautifully presented but not everything was to the standard I expected for the price we paid.
Hagi Kanko Hotel - Hagi - Outdoors view
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8.2 Excellent (416 reviews)
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Hagi Kanko Hotel in Hagi, you'll be on the boardwalk, just steps from Aiba Waterway and Daishoin Temple. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Hidden gem. Amazing views, great value. Staff werr friendly and helpful, even though English wasn't great. Highly recommend. Onsen was a highlight.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: The hot spring was a real one. I am in love with this place, I would like back one day in 10 years time during their festival.
Cons: Nothing, maybe they can buy an English course, but in general Japanese do not speak English very well. Same as us trying to speak Japanese.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: The view of both onsens are fantastic. Will stay here again if visit Hagi.
Cons: There is no restaurant near the hotel, the hotel is on the hill.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Super nice personnel, excellent food, fantastic view over the sea.
7.1 Good
Pros: The open-air bath was very impressive.
Cons: The distance to the village where restaurants are gathered is about 5Km.
7.5 Good
Pros: Views
Cons: Mattress was hard as a rock.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: The location of the hotel is at the tip of a peninsula - we had a magnificent view from our room It was the perfect location to go and visit Hagi (with a car, 10 min distance) and then to move north to Matsue. We requested for two vegan meals and breakfasts and we had a feast everdy day, twice a day. Thank you to the chef for this! The japanese breakfast was absolutely outstanding. The room was very large and confortable and the hot spring facilities very nice with a great view too. The bath ourside is really nice (the larger one on the left) - they change male and female everyday. Staff was very helpful and extremely polite and nice. Thank you! Tips for Hagi - just before entering the castle, on the left there is a tiny tea house, ran by an 86 year old very very nice lady. You can choose just to have matcha with a sweet served in 50 year old Hagi pottery (best matcha we had in the whole trip) or do a whole longer tea ceremony. We did the quick version. Also, 5 min walking distance dont miss the 150 year old Hagi knilt - the shop is a dreamland of beautiful ceramics - for all prices/wallets. We ended up buying quite a bit and carrying everything as hand luggage - they pack it really well for travelling. Yes, it was a bit of a pain, but getting home and unpacking everything was worth the effort.
Cons: We liked everything.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very helpful staff, clean, beautiful views and amazing food.
Hagi Royal Intelligent Hotel - Hagi - Building
9
8.0 Excellent (799 reviews)
Overview
With a stay at Hagi Royal Intelligent Hotel in Hagi, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Hagi Seaside Market and Yoshida Shoin History Museum. Featured amenities include a computer station, express check-out, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hagi Grand Hotel Tenku - Hagi - Building
10
7.0 Good (719 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Hagi Grand Hotel Tenku in Hagi, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Kumaya Art Museum and Hagi Uragami Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
7.1 Good
Cons: Hardly any English spoken
5.8 Okay
Pros: Good breakfast
Cons: The hotel generally is very tired and needs lots of maintenance/renovation.It is far too expensive for what you get eggs leaking plumbing, torn wallpaper worn-out lampshades, single pillow.
7.9 Good
Pros: Short walk from the train station and within walking distance of the old town. The friendly staff try very hard to accommodate the new wave of English speaking travellers and the breakfast was surprisingly good.
Cons: A little bit tired and dated and slightly over-priced, but not many options in this part of Hagi.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Good Japanese-style room
9.6 Excellent
Pros: A slightly old fashioned ryokan style hotel with traditional staff guest relationships Rooms largish, comfortable.
Cons: Wifi only avaiable in lobby- non Japanese guests rely on wifi so an dinconvenience
8.8 Excellent
Pros: The lovely staff, the hot baths and the massage
Cons: The hotel is looking a little tired
Business Hotel Hasegawa - Hagi
11
6.2 Good (66 reviews)
Overview
A business hotel that is a little different from chain hotels, where a warm and pleasant atmosphere drifts through the air. Please spend a comfortable time at our hotel.

Best rooms in Hagi

Hagi Kanko Hotel - Hagi - Outdoors view
1
8.2 Excellent (416 reviews)
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Hagi Kanko Hotel in Hagi, you'll be on the boardwalk, just steps from Aiba Waterway and Daishoin Temple. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Hidden gem. Amazing views, great value. Staff werr friendly and helpful, even though English wasn't great. Highly recommend. Onsen was a highlight.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: The hot spring was a real one. I am in love with this place, I would like back one day in 10 years time during their festival.
Cons: Nothing, maybe they can buy an English course, but in general Japanese do not speak English very well. Same as us trying to speak Japanese.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: The view of both onsens are fantastic. Will stay here again if visit Hagi.
Cons: There is no restaurant near the hotel, the hotel is on the hill.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Super nice personnel, excellent food, fantastic view over the sea.
7.1 Good
Pros: The open-air bath was very impressive.
Cons: The distance to the village where restaurants are gathered is about 5Km.
7.5 Good
Pros: Views
Cons: Mattress was hard as a rock.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: The location of the hotel is at the tip of a peninsula - we had a magnificent view from our room It was the perfect location to go and visit Hagi (with a car, 10 min distance) and then to move north to Matsue. We requested for two vegan meals and breakfasts and we had a feast everdy day, twice a day. Thank you to the chef for this! The japanese breakfast was absolutely outstanding. The room was very large and confortable and the hot spring facilities very nice with a great view too. The bath ourside is really nice (the larger one on the left) - they change male and female everyday. Staff was very helpful and extremely polite and nice. Thank you! Tips for Hagi - just before entering the castle, on the left there is a tiny tea house, ran by an 86 year old very very nice lady. You can choose just to have matcha with a sweet served in 50 year old Hagi pottery (best matcha we had in the whole trip) or do a whole longer tea ceremony. We did the quick version. Also, 5 min walking distance dont miss the 150 year old Hagi knilt - the shop is a dreamland of beautiful ceramics - for all prices/wallets. We ended up buying quite a bit and carrying everything as hand luggage - they pack it really well for travelling. Yes, it was a bit of a pain, but getting home and unpacking everything was worth the effort.
Cons: We liked everything.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very helpful staff, clean, beautiful views and amazing food.
Resort Hotel Mihagi - Hagi - Building
2
8.4 Excellent (761 reviews)
Overview
When you stay at Resort Hotel Mihagi in Hagi, you'll be near the beach, within a 10-minute walk of Hagi Hakubutsukan and Kumaya Art Museum. Featured amenities include a business center, laundry facilities, and a water dispenser. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hostel Hagitime - Hagi - Building
3
9.1 Excellent (152 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Hostel Hagi Time is located in Hagi and takes about 3 minute walk from Tamaki Byoin-mae Bus Stop, near Shoukasonjuku Academy and Hagi Castle Town. It takes about 80 minutes to Yamaguchi Ube by car. Free WiFi is available in the guest rooms. The hotel also has rental bicycles.Guests may borrow hair dryers and irons at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a coin laundry, and a kitchenette. The hotel possesses 10 rooms.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Incredibly clean, quiet hostel. The double room was much more spacious than we anticipated with its own seating area/table, large sink and plenty of clothes hanging space. Photos online don't do it justice. The host also provided fresh coffee and doughnuts in the mornings. All in all great value for money. Hagi is a wonderful town and definitely worth visiting.
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The host is super nice and helpful. She help me carry the big and heavy luggage up and down the stair, it was very grateful. And the place is very clean and comfortable. It was very cozy in the common room, you can find anything you need in the kitchen. Very great stay. If I come to Yamakuchi next time, I definitly stay here again.
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very clean hostel in a quiet place. Very confortable beds. Would go again!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Loved Hagi and this place. Owner was fluent in English and very friendly, giving me recommendations around the place. I had the room to myself as no-one else was staying. Facilities seemed very clean and new.
Cons: A bit far away from certain tourist sites or restaurants (averaging 20 minutes walk for my itinerary) in Hagi but the charm of the town is to enjoy walking around anyway and stop by all the local pottery shops and soak in the architecture along the way.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Clean and comfortable, good location
Cons: Closed during the day so you need to store your baggage elsewhere during the day (can be done in nearby museum)
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The Hoste is very clean and Hagi is a lovely town. Because there were only few travelers I got upgraded into a single room- thank you that was very nice :)
10.0 Excellent
Pros: This hostel ticks all the boxes for a budget traveller. The hosts are helpful and speak English, there are lots of thoughtful additions like filter coffee, cupboards at each bunk, fluffy towels and basic toiletries. And it is located near shopping, restaurants and tourist venues. What's not to like??
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Free coffee in the evening And some snack and Orange and coffee for free breakfast.
Cons: Niets.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: This small, simple, friendly hostel offers little extras not normally found in a hostel, like a hair dryer and sink in the room. It’s super clean and quiet too.
Hagihonjin - Hagi - Building
4
8.3 Excellent (842 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Hagihonjin in Hagi, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Tokoji Temple and Yoshida Shoin History Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Wonderful staff, great food, including amazing kaiseki dinner and huge breakfast choice. The onsen pools were fantastic, including one at 120cm deep, another scented with rosemary and a room which ‘rained’ warm mist. I counted 10 different baths or pools.
Cons: The only issue was the private bath. It was expensive at over 3,000 yen for 45 minutes, and disappointingly small, especially for tall people. Given the main baths are so fantastic, this was a surprise
8.3 Excellent
Pros: The onsen was lovely. Our room was very spacious. Hagi is a lovely town.
Cons: I was a little disappointed with the meal. It was beautifully presented but not everything was to the standard I expected for the price we paid.