Fuji Yoshida City Hotel

Address: 2-7-12 Matsuyama, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Chubu, 403-0016, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2-7-12 Matsuyama, Fujiyoshida, is near Fuji-Q Highland and Fujikyu Highlands.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsFuji Yoshida City Hotel Fujiyoshida

        Reviewed by mrvince1952

        City Hotel

        Reviewed Aug 1, 2011
        by (7 reviews) Stourport on Severn , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        Strangely located behind a petrol station, but handy for the railway and bus stations. Comfortable and quiet, but I can't say anything about the food as I didn't eat in the hotel.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Fuji Yoshida City Hotel Fujiyoshida

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Fujiyoshida

        Enjoy the Journey

        A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Nov 12, 2015

        35 photos

        ... the Imperial Capital in Kyoto and with the Shogun’s capital in Edo (which is now Tokyo). Many of Japan’s present-day highways and railways follow these ancient routes. This hiking trail was a section of the original road that still exists. Although it has been restored and maintained, many of the large rocks that "paved" the road had been in place since it was built around 1630. Most of the path was flanked with green cedar trees, but bursts of fall ...

        I think there is something edible in there

        A travel blog entry by dionneb on Oct 28, 2015

        16 photos

        ... found the rice crackers with black sesame seeds that Trader Joe's no longer seems to carry. Trader Joe's people - if you need a contact to start stocking them again please let me know. The inn is what you would think of for a traditional inn; you remove your shoes upon entering and step onto tatami floor (mats). We are welcomed with tea at the small table in the middle of the room. This table will later be moved and mats will server as our ...

        Hakone

        A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 15, 2015

        10 photos

        ... to finish it all off including the sorbet for desert. We got free drinks with our meal as well so we had a few beers too. Somehow I think we ended up with a premium package but we weren't complaining. After supper we took advantage of our own private onsen. The bath always has hot water running into it so it is ready to go. The water from the spring was very hot so you could only sit in it for a few minutes before needing to take a cool down. There was no shower in ...

        Mt. Fuji: a beautiful view from all angles

        A travel blog entry by dweinstein on Oct 11, 2015

        94 photos

        ... then asked them where a good Japanese Pub was (figured maybe I would meet people to eat with). They let me to some weird, obscure one that was a 10 min walk and looked like it was the downstairs of someone's house. I felt weird coming in and was the only one there. The menu had no english and very bad pictures. Eventually I just sort of let the old women that worked there pick something for me (talk about Russian roulette). A little after ...

        A day in Hakone

        A travel blog entry by naomiheagney on Oct 10, 2015

        20 photos

        Today at breakfast we were seated at the other side of the room where the printed placements reflected the names of the towers we could view. Yesterday's placements depicted that view and we pity the poor trainee who might muck the placemats up! After receiving such attention to her personal meal requirements, they must have been happy to wave Naomi off. Just as well we still had Kaoru (our guide) to help us navigate our way to Shinjuku station, though the unforgiving ticket gates ...