Shimoda View Hotel
Izu Shimoda Onsen
The Shimoda View Hotel is located near the bottom of the Izu Peninsula, a popular resort area best known for its hot springs, beautiful coastline, beaches, and mild climate. We welcome you to the hotel with cordial hospitality so you can unwind to your heart's content.
The hotel is situated on high ground overlooking the sea and on a clear day you can see as far as the Izu Islands. You can enjoy this lovely scenery as it changes from morning to noon and then night.
Onsen (Hot spring)
While soaking in our hot spring you can hear the sound of the waves down below as you gaze out at the islands that dot the horizon. The baths for men and women are switched every second day so you can enjoy all of our hot spring facilities at night and in the morning.
For your enjoyment we offer beautifully arranged and sumptuous dishes prepared with fresh seafood and seasonal ingredients.
The hotel's facilities offer something for everyone. Guests can enjoy the ocean view from the lobby, chat with family and friends in the restaurant or bar, feel physically and mentally refreshed after a visit to the beauty salon, or take a dip in the pool in summer.
The hotel is located roughly 100 kilometers south-west of Tokyo and reachable within about two and a half hours. The Izu Peninsula is an all-season tourist destination - here are hot springs, seaside swimming areas, seasonal flowers, ceramics, and aquariums, just to name a few.
|Check out||Until 10:00|
|Accepted credit cards||VISA, JCB, American Express, Diner's Club, UC, DC, NICOS, UFJ Card, Master Card, JTB, Debit cards|
|Cancellation policy||The following cancellation fees apply.
3 days prior to booking: 20% of room rate
2 days prior: 30%
Day before: 50%
Same day: 100%
|Other points to note||A bath tax of 150JPY per adult will be added to hotel charges.
All guest rooms are non-smoking.
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