Manten No Hoshi Hotel
- Address: 386 Ōhiradai, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0405, Japan
- Ticket Price: Free
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Manten No Hoshi Hotel, Hakone Reviews
For the area the price is reasonable but this comes with some things to be aware of. The place itself is a little run down and parts look quite worn and dirty. For most people, it's passable but if you need to make sure the place is clean I wouldn't recommend it. There are two onsen in the building which can be used as private ones as they have a lock on the door. They are nice but again, show signs of age. Due to having traditional rooms, the walls are also very thin which isn't ideal when you have particularly noisy neighbours as we did. It is convenient to the station however and easy to get around the surrounding areas.
It's a really nice onsen, private bath and the traditional Japanese food is amazing. Easy access to train and bus. There is also a small store to buy food and a liquor store nearby.
Better than expected due to low expectations after seeing other reviews. Indeed, while the facilities and cleanliness are not the best, they have their own charm and authentic feel. Walls are thin, sure, my friend was kept up by the snoring of a dude from the other room. A tiny cockroach crawled on the table, and while lying down watching TV, a spider crawled onto my hand. It definitely may gross some people out, but to me, that's part of the experience. Because that experience also included freaking out at some blob in the window, only to realise a neighbourhood cat had somehow spawned on the 2nd floor outside our room. Having the main lamp flicker occasionally. I think it was just charming. There's not much to say about the area. The place is a short walk from the station, very convenient. There are two pokestops and a gym nearby for pogo players. An alcohol store and general store are also very nearby, carrying some nice selections. I recommend grabbing some beer to accompany your dinner. Speaking of dinner, meals served were pretty nice. Pick a timing and they'll serve it to your room. They'll give a call a few minutes before the selected timing, and the nice staff will come in and lay out all the dishes. Pretty tasty, nothing to complain about. Speaking of staff, one thing about the place is that while they do serve and clear the dishes for you, they do not help lay out the bedding (Japanese futons) for you. The items are stored in a cupboard, and we had to figure out which goes where since there were some bits that seemed extra. Part of the fun and charm. Waking my friend up to pack up the futon so we could have space for breakfast wasn't part of it though. The hot spring bath is nice. It isn't the most well maintained and it kinda shows from the algae on the ceiling and walls. Probably because the two available baths are open 24 hours, as an excuse not to have staff carry out daily maintenance? Despite that, including having the occasional water drip on me from the ceiling in one of them, I think it was pretty nice an experience, where as long as either baths are unoccupied, you can head it and use it privately after locking it. If I could rewind time and somehow decide not to go for this, would I? I don't think so, it was a pretty interesting experience. Yet, I don't think I would recommend staying here in summer, as I would imagine the bugs would be more prevalent and the low maintenance of the baths would show. If you are icky about things like what I've described above though, it's what you pay for and you'll probably want to pay more for a classier place.
Traditional Japanese hotel. Pretty nice all things considered but the walls are pretty damn thin.