Suishoen is a 5-star hotel located in Hakone. It is known for having a large outdoor hot-spring bath. It has a total of 23 rooms that cost between 65,000 to 125,000 JPY per night, including open-air onsens and yukata robes that guests can wear during their stay. Each room also has a balcony that boasts a view of the forest. Saunas and spas are also available at the inn, where guests can just let loose.

Aside from relaxation, a library is also provided for readers who love to think in tranquility. The hotel serves breakfast and kaiseki dinner at their restaurant. Drinks are also available at the bar. The location is near the open-air museum where guests can visit during their stay.

Hakone Suishoen is accessible by rides coming from the Kowakudani Station.

  • 箱根 翠松園は、山の静寂と鮮やかな木々花々の息吹きが身を包み心を癒すひとときをお過ごしいただけます。
    箱根 翠松園は、山の静寂と鮮やかな木々花々の息吹きが身を包み心を癒すひとときをお過ごしいただけます。
    箱根 翠松園は、山の静寂と鮮やかな木々花々の息吹きが身を包み心を癒すひとときをお過ごしいただけます。 - Pinned on : Jan 18, 2021
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Does this place have a private onsen for couples and families? Is this venue tatoo friendly?

All rooms have open-air hot spring baths

Spring quality/qualities

Simple hot spring

Tourist spots nearby

Lake Ashinoko, Hakone Shrine, Owakudani, Sengokuhara Pampas Grass Field (From late September to early November), Gotemba Premium Outlets

Top hot spring resort – Hakone

Hakone is a popular hot spring area with great access by train and car, at 1and a half hours from Tokyo. Enjoy your favorite atmosphere, with an assortment of everything from long-standing ryokan facilities that are of an important cultural asset class to hot spring ryokans of the resort hotel type. This area has a history stretching almost 1300 years as a hot spring.

Number of rooms

23 rooms

*Smoking is prohibited in all room

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Available

Onsen Area
Hakone

Is this place ryokan only or ryokan with an onsen?
Onsen Ryokan

Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)?
Yes

Is there a communal shared public bath?
Yes

Are there additional rental options?
With open-air tubs 0 With indoor tubs 0 With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0

In or near
Tokyo

Price range (yen)
65,000 – 125,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

Hakone Suishoen

Total rating: 4.5
avatarKI-NRT
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Will be included in our ryokan rotation moving forward
We decided to tack on a stay in Hakone on our way to Izu (for 2 nights), and since it was a last minute booking we were unable to secure a room at more renowned properties such as Hakone Ginyu, Gora Kadan or Gora Hanaougi. Our expectation was that Suishoen would be a good stay but the overall experience would be a notch below some of the best ryokans we've tried. We were definitely proven wrong! From the service, architecture, rooms and (especially) the food, everything was top notch and was right up there with our two Izu choices (Asaba and Arcana.) We generally try to get the best room possible, and in Suishoen's case, it was the Luxury Suite "Negau," which is a spacious 123m² in size and had all of the trimmings that one would expect from a top-category room. Negau's interior could best be described as "Wa-modern" (Japanese modern) - very contemporary, but not in a way that is cold. Rather, it gives a slight country vibe while still being up-to-date, aesthetically. While the use of dark wood isn't to our personal liking (we like it more bright and airy), Negau was comfortable and tastefully furnished, and was in tip-top shape. It had a spacious living room, a dining table, a Japanese "tea room" (a tatami sitting area), a separate bedroom and, of course, a very nice rotenburo (Open-air onsen hot springs bath.) While the grounds and garden are not as expansive or awe-inspiring as some other ryokans we've stayed at, the main restaurant building is impressive and historic. Built during the Taisho Era (early 20th Century), it was formerly the Summer residence of the Mitsui family, and has been carefully restored to its original grandeur. It really gives Suishoen a great sense of place, and gives an indication of the incredible meals that we were to enjoy that evening. The food was stupendous - it's really up there with the very best. Everything was unique, creative and varied. Even something as simple as a grilled chicken (which was a substitute for the amazing beef, which Mrs. KI-NRT cannot eat) was cooked and flavored to perfection. Dessert was also a delight - it consisted of a soup made of chilled sweet white bean paste which was accompanied by Kiwi Ice Cream, Strawberries from Amaou, Kiyomi Mikan (a type of Japanese citrus fruit) and Warabi Mochi, a Jelly-like confection made from bracken starch and covered or dipped in kinako (sweet toasted soybean flour.) It was a very pretty serving, and each item contained in the dish meshed beautifully with one another. We love Japanese breakfasts, even though it's generally more of an afterthought at ryokans relative to the dinners that are offered. In this aspect Suishoen definitely did not mail it in. It was far more creative and varied than the standard "Wachoshoku" that contains a grilled fish, miso soup, pickled vegetables, some tofu and white rice. The grilled vegetables, the savory flan, the various condiments and even the fish itself was as impressive as what was offered at dinner. Kudos to the chef and kitchen staff for providing a tasty culinary experience, end-to-end. The staff were a delight - they were warm, prompt in fulfilling requests and overall very eager to please. You can tell that Suishoen is gunning for top-dog status and they won't rest on their laurels until they get there. In spite of the quality of competition in Hakone, we will definitely be making plans to return at some point in the near future.

avatarJourney706434
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Wonderful Dishes
My husband and I stayed here on August 26th to celebrate our 47th Wedding Anniversary. Our room had both a traditional-Japanese-inn feeling and modern touches: a “Hinoki” bath and sitting area on its private porch and a porcelain jacuzzi bath/modern shower area. We also choose western beds but there was a separate tatami-mat sitting area with a low table/sunken floor area in front of the television(English instructions provided for it and a DVD player). The bedroom had a nice computer-desk work area, a small side table located next to a comfortable armchair, and good reading lamps in both of those areas for those who need to do remote work. Our room called (Haru) was within a short walking distance to the building in which both dinner and breakfast was served. The bar is worth visiting because the view from its first-floor windows is splendid. Ask to see their wine lists and bar-menu selections. I enjoyed having a nice Wine Cooler there before dinner. My dinner menu was in English, while my husband’s was in Japanese. The staff surprised us by preparing a nice message plate for our special evening there and gave us a framed photograph of our celebration before we retired for the evening. It was a very nice gesture. Both meals were very well-planned and served timely. I really compliment the chef on his wonderful choices for the seasonal meals and especially for his “heavenly”-tasting “suimono” and “miso” soups.

avatar51castle
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Blissful stay
A little oasis hidden in the mountains. Staff extremely attentive and discrete, quiet surroundings. Very comfortable rooms with private ofuro. All the needed amenities and more. Several small indulgences at the bath area. 5-star kaiseki for dinner and a wonderful breakfast (both western and japanese). I highly recommend the half pension package.

avatarChristopher K
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No detail too small
Lots of hotels tell you they prioritise service. This one actually walks that walk, in a blissfully traditional, low key (but distinctly up market), uniquely Japanese style. The location is both lovely and convenient. The rooms have everything you could conceivably want, not least the en suite onsen ( at a toasty 42°C!). Staff try really hard to anticipate your every request. We ate in the hotel twice, both gourmet delights. Once Kaiseki, a new experience for my, but eighteen (albeit small) plates later I was struggling. Once tepinyaki, with a personal chef cooking only for you. In both cases the service was beautifully executed and gave you great privacy. And the food was just outstanding.

avatarKevin P
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Seven stars
We spent two nights here while in Hakone. The stay was booked after extensive research looking for a private Onsen. This is quite possibly the most impressive experience I've had at a hotel in years! Positives + the entire team running this place. I have travelled all over Europe and Asia and they are simply the best + dinner, it is an experience in itself + the rooms - generous + service - just about anything you can think of is catered for Neutral - price. It is expensive by most hotel standards but Hakone Suishoen is not most hotels

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