Surrounded by the mountains of the Hakone caldera, the Sengokuhara plateau is an impressive example of the power of Nature. Its beautiful sights, from the great plain of pampas grass that waves like the sea, to Mt Kintoki with its fine view of Mt Fuji, and the flowering plants of the Sengokuhara Marsh, have captivated visitors through the ages.
In this beautiful Japanese fairyland setting, a small luxury hotel with 11 guest rooms opened on 27 December.
Our cuisine brings together Hiramatsu’s tradition of the finest French and Italian food in a grande maison of unprecedented inventiveness and imagination. Head chef Kenjiro Yoshikoshi, who has served as chef in many of Hiramatsu’s restaurants, invites you to step into the culinary world of Hiramatsu with dishes drawing inspiration from the natural spectacles of Hakone and the changing seasons.
The hotel has two restaurants, beautifully furnished to create the perfect setting for a luxurious dining experience. The 2nd-floor restaurant is also open to non-residents for dinner. It opens at 4pm, convenient for visitors returning from a round of golf.
Dinner Menu 12,000yen, 20,000yen
* Consumption tax and service charge 15% not incuded.
The hotel has 11 guest rooms, each with its own hot spring bath fed continuously with water direct from the famous hot springs of Hakone, inviting you to relax and unwind. Some draw white cloudy water from the Owakudani spring, others draw colourless transparent water from the Ubako spring. The interior décor combines natural travertine limestone and traditional decoration techniques such as stucco antico with vivid colours and modern design, to create a unique and special atmosphere. The guest rooms look out on the forest of Hakone, a landscape that changes continually through the seasons.
The hotel is decorated with fine art, centring on the work of painters active in France during the 20th century, such as Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Sonia Delaunay and Fernand Léger. These geometric and brightly coloured works, blend perfectly with the décor, creating an exceptional artistic space.
in your own hot spring bath. Every guest room has its own hot spring bath, fed continuously with water direct from either the Ubako or the Owakudani spring.The water of the Ubako spring, known as bihada no yu (“hot spring for beautiful skin”), is clear and transparent; the water of the Owakudani spring is rich in minerals that give it a beautiful milky white appearance. Both feel soft to the skin and are said to be highly effective in relieving skin conditions and neuralgia.
* Please note that Owakudani spring is due to reopen in spring 2017, and at present, only water from the Ubako spring is available.