Relax in the Sengoku Highlands

Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel

Relax in the Sengoku Highlands

Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel

Relax in the Sengoku Highlands

Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel, we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel, we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel, we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel, we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Relax in the Sengoku Highlands

Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel

Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel is situated in the verdant natural environment of Sengokuhara, which offers new experiences as the seasons change. All guest rooms offer a view of the outer rim of Mt. Hakone’s volcanic crater and the Daihakone Country Club, delighting the senses and providing an inspiring start to the day. There are numerous galleries and museums nearby, and you can also relax and unwind at our hot-spring baths.

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Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel
Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel

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Daihakone Country Club
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Tennis Courts
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Gotemba Outlet Mall (approx. 30 min.)
Hakone Yumoto hot spring (approx. 25 min.)
Odawara Station area (approx. 35 min.)
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Guest Rooms and Suites

All guest rooms are non-smoking and are available in four different types, ranging from the 28.9 m² Superior Rooms to the 52.8 m² Luxury Rooms. Each guest room has a balcony offering a view of the outer rim of the Mt. Hakone crater and the verdant landscape of Daihakone Country Club.

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Hakone Sengokuhara Prince Hotel
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Facilities

The hotel features a hot-spring bath with water drawn from Ubako Onsen, one of the 17 renowned hot springs of Hakone, as well as four tennis courts with Omnicourt surfaces. The adjacent Daihakone Country Club is a championship course that has served as the venue for professional ladies’ golf tournaments, with a flat, wide fairway that inspires golfers to take some magnificent shots.

Where we are

14 km from Gotemba Interchange, Tomei Expressway. From Odawara Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen Line, take the Hakone Tozan Bus and alight at the Sengoku Kogen stop after 50 minutes. For Odakyu services arriving at Hakone-Yumoto Station, take the Hakone Tozan Bus and alight at the Sengoku Kogen stop after 35 minutes.
There is a free hotel shuttle bus from Odawara Station. This consists of one service per day departing from Odawara Station’s west exit at 2:00 p.m. You must book seats in advance.

Nearby Attractions

Hakone Ashinoko(Lake Ashi)Boat Cruise(Kojiri Port)

Hakone Ashinoko(Lake Ashi)Boat Cruise(Kojiri Port)

You can tour the southern half of Lake Ashinoko and view the Hakone Sekisho(Checkpoint) and the red torii archway of Hakone-jinja Shrine from on board the boat. …

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Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatarikan

Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatarikan

Next to the Hakone Sekisho(Checkpoint) is the Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatarikan (Duty-free shop), where you can enjoy shopping, dining, and boat excursions on Lake …

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Obansho Chaya (Cafe)

Obansho Chaya (Cafe)

Inside the Hakone Sekisho(Checkpoint), was built the Obansho Chaya (Cafe) too. Eating “odango” dumplings, a traditional food of ordinary Japanese, will make you feel as though you have time …

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Jukkokutoge

Jukkokutoge

Jukkoku-toge Pass is at the highest point in Atami and is a view spot where you can view Mt. Fuji, which is registered as a world cultural heritage …

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Gotemba Premium Outlets

Gotemba Premium Outlets

A true large-scale outlet shopping center with over 200 retail shops and restaurants and parking for approximately 5,000 …

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Hakone Detached Palace Garden

Hakone Detached Palace Garden

The Prefectural Hakone Detached Palace Garden (Kenritsu Onshi-Hakone Koen) is on the site of the remains of the old Hakone Imperial villa. …

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Hakone Botanical Garden of Wetlands

Hakone Botanical Garden of Wetlands

This garden features an array of major marsh vegetation found in the Sengokuhara Marsh, a designated national natural treasure, and from all over …

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Hakone Check Point and Museum

Hakone Check Point and Museum

The Tokugawa Shogunate established the Hakone Check Point in 1619 to prevent an insurrection of feudal lords, and the facility continued to impose strict rules posing a burden on travelers for more …

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Hakone Gora Park

Hakone Gora Park

After Japan’s Meiji Era (1868-1912), the Gora area was developed as a summer resort area for people in the southern part of Tokyo, and the Hakone Gora Park itself was founded in 1914 as a family …

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Hakone, Lake Ashi, Narukawa Art Museum

Hakone, Lake Ashi, Narukawa Art Museum

This art gallery, located on a hill with a superb view overlooking Lake Ashi and rows of Japanese cedar trees, displays modern Japanese …

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Hakone Kowakien Yunessun

Hakone Kowakien Yunessun

Families and couples can enjoy this hot springs amusement park boasting various types of …

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Hakone Shrine

Hakone Shrine

Originally built by Priest Mangan in the year 757 toward the end of the Nara Period (710 – 794) and located at the foot of Mt. Komagatake, this shrine has been patronized by generations of military …

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Hakone Venetian Glass Museum

Hakone Venetian Glass Museum

Revel in the world of intricate works of Venetian Glass. You can enjoy flowers throughout the year in the museum garden, visit the modern glass museum, and relax in the …

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Japanese Pampas Grass Field in Sengokuhara

Japanese Pampas Grass Field in Sengokuhara

Chosen as one of the 50 most scenic spots in Kanagawa prefecture. In October and November the field transforms into a sea of yellow …

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Kitahara Collection, Hakone Toy Museum

Kitahara Collection, Hakone Toy Museum

Well-known old toy expert Teruhisa Kitahara brings you this museum that offers joy to people of all …

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Lalique Museum, Hakone

Lalique Museum, Hakone

A world-class museum displaying approximately 230 works by Rene Lalique including precious jewelry, glass work, and interior designs from the Orient …

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Mt. Komagatake

Mt. Komagatake

At 1,327 meters above sea level, Mt. Komagatake features a mountaintop vantage point, the Hakone Motomiya Shrine, and a large grassy …

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Mt. Kintoki

Mt. Kintoki

At 1,212 meters above sea level, this mountain, which gained fame from its place in the Japanese Kintaro (Golden Boy) legend, offers a breathtaking view of Mt. …

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Owakudani Ravine

Owakudani Ravine

Enjoy magnificent views of Mt. Fuji and the Hakone mountains, as you marvel at the still apparent remnants of volcanic activity from 400,000 years …

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Pola Museum of Art

Pola Museum of Art

The Pola Museum of Art is home to a collection of approximately 9,500 works of art that assembled over some 40 years by the late owner of the Pola Group, Tsuneshi …

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The Museum of The Little Prince in Hakone

The Museum of The Little Prince in Hakone

This museum was founded in commemoration of the 100th birthday of French author Antoine de Saint=Exupery who penned The Little Prince. Letters and other artifacts are also on …

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The Old Hakone Road

The Old Hakone Road

The old Hakone Road is a section of the old Tokaido Road, once referred to as the Hakone Eight Ri (1 ri = 3.9 km) indicating the distance from Odawara to Mishima, was considered very difficult to …

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The Hakone Open-Air Museum

The Hakone Open-Air Museum

Experience the physical sensation of art at this outdoor museum boasting approximately 100 sculptures displayed within a vast …

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