Pros: Hanashibuki went out of their way to make us feel accommodated and welcomed right from the get go. When we arrived the staff was there waiting for us to greet us, they gave us a fantastic room with a ...
Cons: I don't have anything bad to say about the place. If anything, it would be that if you do not know Japanese it would be hard to get to because you have to take a bus/train to Tateyama station ...
Guests can take advantage of a private beach located right in front of the hotel. After enjoying a dip in the open-air baths, guests can look forward to the hotel's popular meals, which consist of fresh and generous portions served in banquet style and made using fish caught earlier the same morning.
This is an entirely non-smoking hotel. An expert in French cooking, whom is known from the restaurant Chez AZUMA in Daikanyama, serves as the hotel's cooking advisor. The hotel's concierge ensures that guests enjoy a pleasant stay.
Pros: breakfast was good; restaurant reasonable; fantastic place close to the ocean; helpfull staff;
Cons: needs some refurbishing; rather expensive;
Pros: The size of the hotel was much more spacious than any hotel in the Tokyo area, the Japanese bath was a welcome surprise for me, the Yukata as well, and a hot spring milk machine?! yes... the location ...
Cons: I wouldn't say it was really a negative just something to be aware of, the receptionist didn't really speak English but was very eager to help or try and convey the information. I understood ...
This hotel is surrounded by flowers and enjoys the warm sea winds from Minami Boso and Tateyama. The vast-spanning view of the grand Pacific Ocean directly in front of the hotel is not one to miss. This is a great location for viewing the surrounding flowers or engaging in various outdoor activities.
Cons: Without car, bit far away to go to dinner. You should chose the dinner including stay.
Pension Keiko is famous for its homemade meals made with local ingredients. Guests can watch the sunset or take in the starry night sky from the reservable outdoor bath. Visitors can also enjoy picking strawberries or gathering flowers near the inn.
Guests can soak in a relaxing natural hot spring bath and enjoy beautiful panoramic views of Chiba and even Mt.Fuji on a clear day. This seaside mountain retreat located on a spacious 165,000 square-meter property has its own constant and free-flowing hot-spring.
Located in Tateyama, Tateyama Seaside Hotel is minutes from Hojo Beach and close to Tsurugaya Hachiman Shrine. This ryokan is within close proximity of Tateyama City Museum and Nago-Kannon Temple.
Make yourself at home in one of the 42 guestrooms.
Enjoy recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a steam room. Additional amenities at this ryokan include an arcade/game room and shopping on site.
You can enjoy a meal at a restaurant serving the guests of Tateyama Seaside Hotel, or find a snack in a coffee shop/café.
Business, Other Amenities
Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: No strap for child high chair. Lift doors close too quickly trapping you. Swimming pool wasn't ready but not notified of this at time of booking. Breakfast was not varied only for Asian taste not ...
Cons: The place was awful... Nothing like the advertised images on booking.com.
Cons: There was no wifi in our room, the staff was not at the front desk when we checked out despite we called them many times. The facility design and management was mediocre.
Pros: Staff can not speak English so well but they tried to do.
Cons: The rooms are old. Nothing to do when staying there. Onsen need to pay 150 Yen. OK.But next time not to go there anymore
A resort hotel with the atmosphere of the Costa del Sol in the south of Spain. Enjoy a comfortable stay with warm weather throughout the year, looking out onto the beautiful sweeping beach just in front.