Hakone is not a place to be taking half-measures on accommodation. The transport and restaurants in Hakone finish by 7 p.m., so comfort and good cuisine at your hotel is a must. Located up the hill from the Hakone open-air museum, this Hyatt Regency exceeds expectations in both respects. The open kitchen French restaurant is by acclaimed interior designers Super Potato, with excellent cuisine to match. The sushi restaurants is also highly rated and the lounge with its log fireplace has the warmth of a well-kept living room. The spacious rooms have clean lines and contemporary dark wood trimmings as well private indoor balconies with panoramic views of Hakone’s valleys. This forested location away from the Hakone circuit is a sanctuary where you can enjoy rural peace and quiet along with the Hyatt Regency’s exemplary service.
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Travelling is like flirting with life. It's like saying, 'I would stay and love you, but I have to go; this is my station.Lisa St. Aubin de Teran