Hagi is an out of the way spa area, where it is mostly locals. We were visiting relatives for the first time and heard of the hot baths and views here. Did not disappoint. It takes a little getting used to Tatami mats, but its more like a firm, very firm mattress. The views and hot baths are amazing. We did not eat there, but they do have a nice restaurant. The price was reasonable compared to what we have seen in other parts of Japan. Not many people speak English here, so be prepared. Overall, the town and the hotel ryokan is a great area and good value. the people were very happy to see my family and went out of their way to help. Highly recommend.
This ryokan-styled hotel was perfect! The staff were amazingly friendly and helpful. Everything was clean and well maintained. The onsen and facilities were gorgeous with lots of amenities including hair dryer, soaps, shampoos, etc. The surrounding area is quiet, but beautifully. Nice view overlooking the fishing village. Can't wait to go back for a longer visit!
The hotel was a resorted far away from the downtown. It was not very convenient but of coz quite quiet and isolated. You probably need to drive otherwise take the free shuttle bus offered by the hotel, just like i did. I didnt book dinner. The shuttle bus dropped me by a 7-11 to pick up some takeaway. It was very caring and nice of the hotel staff. My room was very spacious. I could see a beautiful seaview from my windows. This was very relaxing. The onsen was very good too. I can directly enjoy the seaview from the onsen. Breakfast was yummy and there were a lot of variety. If I will ever visit Hagi again, I will choose this hotel again.
Our party of four persons drove up to the beautiful site of this hotel for a one night stay. The location is beautiful, situated on top of a hill. The hotel overlooks the small port of Hagi with its surrounding mountains. The hotel has a beautiful lobby to view this scenery. Hotel staff is ever so friendly and gracious. Dinner and breakfast are great delicious. The onsen is clean and the waters slightly salty but comfortable. Strongly recommended for its value and location.
We stayed here one night and for the price we paid, it was an excellent value coming in around $100 per person. Dinner was very good with fugu, sashimi, sea bass, anago rice that is cooked at your table, tempura, and a half dozen other dishes incl a small dessert. The view was amazing! A hotel shuttle picked us up at the train station so there was no hassle. I will be coming back here again when I'm in the area to stay a bit longer. Highly, highly recommend!