Here are the best Ryokan in Atami, with travel tips and more, according to LIVE JAPAN, a top-class travel website for visitors to Japan. Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in a given category.
For instance, Atami Kinjyokan, Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Atami, Atami Sekitei and other related spots will be listed. Be sure to check them out during your visit to Atami!
1. Atami Kinjyokan
The hotel has a beautiful garden where flowers bloom in the temperate climate all year round. The water provided from a historic hot spring fills the indoor baths, as well as the open air baths, creating an atmosphere of elegance. The hotel is proud of its numerous seasonal dishes.
2. Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Atami
You can casually drop in to this hotel at anytime, and you will not be able to resist the temptation to come back again. Relax your body and your spirit with high quality hot spring water. Luxurious meals are served buffet-style at the restaurant with a stunning view of the ocean.
3. Atami Sekitei
The garden of the hotel is decorated with engraved rocks that come from all over Japan. The annex building is in a traditional sukiya-zukuri style that is reminiscent of a tea ceremony. The open air baths are made of polished Izu stone, creating a rustic atmosphere. An authentic Kyoto-style full-course meal is served at the hotel.
4. Ryori Ryokan Nagisa Kan
The hotel boasts a variety of baths that are located in seven different places, including one that uses the motif of an ocean floor cave. With the exception of a separate bath for men and a bath for women, all of the other five baths can be privately reserved. Guests can also enjoy seafood dishes made from fresh fish that is caught in the oceans around Izu.
The hotel runs its own seafood shop, resulting in the finest of fresh seafood dishes. Enjoy the highest-quality Japanese abalone, grilled right at your table, and live Ise-ebi lobsters. The open air baths that hang out over the water offer a panoramic view of the ocean.
6. New Tomiyoshi
The hotel is located right in front of Nagahama Beach. The open air ”Hama-no-yu” bath, with the atmosphere of a garden, is popular among daytime visitors. Guests can also enjoy private open air baths with exhilarating ocean views. The hotel even offers aromatherapy spa treatments and ping pong tables.
7. ATAMI Kaihourou
This is a hotel with only four guest rooms, which provides superb individualized service. You can enjoy the various works of art that are displayed around the hotel, which features decor that is centered on water and glass. The balcony creates the feeling of a beautiful, transparent island floating in the sea.
8. Sakuraya Ryokan
The hotel is conveniently located near the station, and looking from the hotel, you will see Atami Bay right before your eyes. In addition to elegant open air baths with the fragrance of cypress wood, you can enjoy saunas and sleeping baths. Savor a Japanese-style meal made with seafood from the harbor.
9. Yuyado Ichibanchi
The hotel is conveniently located near Atami station. The interior of the entire hotel is decorated with folk art, bringing back memories of bygone days. Seafood dishes made from alfonsino are one of the hotel’s specialties. Enjoy two kinds of open air baths supplied with water from two hot springs.
10. Kanpo no Yado Atami Bekkan
2-13-77, Minaguchicho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka, 413-0016
Atami Station （Tokaido Shinkansen Line / JR Tokaido Main Line / JR Ito Line / JR Ueno Tokyo Line）
20 minutes by bus
- Phone Number 0557-83-6111
- Address 2-13-77, Minaguchicho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka, 413-0016
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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