Easily one of the most stunning places in Japan, Mt. Fuji has captivated many artists for centuries. It is located on Honshu Island and the mountain can be seen as far away as Tokyo on a clear, sunny day. There are over 25 recognised UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are littered within the vicinity of the mountain. Mt. Fuji is also considered one of Japan’s “Three Holy Mountains,” which includes Mt. Tate and Mt. Haku. So if you’re interested in visiting this beautiful natural wonder, we’ve compiled a list of 10 hotels with views of Mt. Fuji, Japan.
Fuji View Hotel is set within abundant greenery surrounded by cherry trees. You can have the option to stay in a luxurious suite or simply opt for a more traditional style room complete with tatami flooring and futon bedding. All the rooms have large windows, which will give you a perfect view of the famous Mt. Fuji. If you’d like, there are also rooms with views of Lake Kawaguchi. This hotel near Mount Fuji provides facilities for playing golf or tennis at an additional price, and you can also get a revitalising massage at their beauty salon. The property is also about a 20 minute drive from the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park.
Hotel Mt. Fuji boasts a variety of rooms with neutral colours complete with a Japanese-style seating area. Each room has a TV and a refrigerator. Unleash the inner Japanese in you by wearing the yukata robes, which are provided in your room. If you need to heat things up, you can go ahead and use the hotel’s sauna or take a bath in a hot spring bath overlooking Mt. Fuji. You can also sing your lungs out in the hotel’s karaoke room. The hotel is located about a 20 minute drive from the Mount Fuji Train Station.
Serving you a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji, this hotel is located less than a kilometre (less than 1 mi) away from Fuji-Q Highland. All the rooms here are fitted with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom complete with free toiletries, slippers, and a hairdryer. You can also dip into the onsen (a hot spring bathing facility) indoors while enjoying the view of the mountain. If you like the open air, an outdoor onsen is also available. The front desk is open 24 hours and the staff will attend to your needs promptly.
Located just beside the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park, you can unwind and relax in this hotel while bathing in the hot spring baths. All the rooms here are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and an electric kettle. If you feel sore after a day’s worth of sightseeing, you can also arrange for a masseuse to come by your room to give you a massage at an additional charge. They’ve got rooms with great views of Mt. Fuji and the staff here are splendid.
Fujikawaguchiko Onsen Konanso is another hotel with an onsen that is not to be missed. They offer both indoor and outdoor spring baths and also a foot bath on the rooftop. If you’d like, you can also have a massage service arranged for you. The rooms in this Mount Fuji hotel are fitted with futon bedding, a seating area, and a TV. You can also wear yukata robes for free and enjoy the free green tea provided for you. Some of the rooms even feature a private open-air hot spring bath with splendid views of Mt. Fuji.
Fuji Onsenji Yumedono is modeled after a traditional Japanese inn, also known as a ryokan. The hotel boasts an array of suites with built in hot springs and a garden with a splendid view of Mt. Fuji. You’ll have your very own private onsen coupled with a flat-screen TV, a bathtub, and a hairdryer inside the private bathroom. If you’re up for a pampering massage, you can request it for an extra cost. The staff are superb and the property is only 5 minutes away from Kawaguchiko Train Station.
This hotel is well known for their exceptional service to their guest. They’ve got hot-spring baths with breathtaking views of both Mt. Fuji and Lake Kwaguchi. Their traditional Japanese-style rooms are outfitted with a private toilet as well as futon beddings and tatami floors. You can also get a massage at this place and they provide a minibar and a green tea set in all the rooms. If you’d like, you can also eat a traditional Japanese set breakfast or dinner at an extra cost, with a reservation made in advance.
The rooms at the La Vista Fujikawaguchiko are equipped with balconies with a sweeping of Mt. Fuji. Aside from the view, the rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV and free toiletries. If you need some time to relax and retreat, you can use the hotel’s spa and wellness facilities, which include a nice warm hot spring bath and a hot tub. It is quite a popular haunt for couples on a getaway.
The Fujikawaguichko Crescendo is only a 10 minute walk away from the famous Lake Kawaguchi. Upon arrival, you’ll be served a free drink before you check in. Some rooms here provides a superb view of Mt. Fuji. The rooms here are well equipped with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. You can try out their private hot spring bath or simply enjoy a starry “night” at the hotel’s mini planetarium. Afterwards, chill out by the bar and play a game of darts or simply have a drink and socialise.
If you’d like a traditional Japanese experience with a sass of modern in it, Hotel New Century would be a good choice for you. Located on the shores of the breathtaking Kawaguchiko Lake, the hotel also boasts a beautiful view of Mt. Fuji. They’ve got hot spring baths that you can dip into while admiring the natural views or simply knock yourself out with video games in the video games corner. The rooms here have traditional Japanese tatami flooring and sliding shoji paper screens. The amenities in this Kawaguchiko hotel with a Mt. Fuji view include traditional yukata robes, an LCD TV, a refrigerator, and a personal safe.
Live it up by Mt. Fuji
With our top Mt. Fuji accommodations, you’ll be sure to captivate yourself with beautiful views of the legendary mountain. You can also check out these tours that offer some of the best places to view Mt. Fuji from. So, whip out your phone and book any one of these places for your next trip to Japan. What are you waiting for? Mount Fuji awaits.
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