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How much are vacation packages to Hakone?
Travelocity provides flight and hotel vacation packages starting from just $1,844. With these kinds of bargains, you’ll be saying hello to Hakone before too long.
How long should my Hakone vacation be?
The majority of travelers secure a hotel for 2 nights in Hakone. But that doesn’t mean you have to do the same. How long you spend here all depends on what you plan to do during your vacation. If your aim is to see every corner of this fantastic destination, consider booking another few nights (or even an extra week!).
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Hakone?
You can pick up unbeatable Hakone package deals with Travelocity. Pick and choose from 400 air carriers and 1,000,000 worldwide properties and turn those travel fantasies into reality.
Why should I purchase my Hakone vacation bundle with Travelocity?
With top-quality service, support available 24/7 and some of the most amazing escapes around, you’ll never wander alone. And if you find a better price, we’ll match it. That’s our Price Match Guarantee.
Can I save on my Hakone car rental if I bundle it with hotels and flights?
With a Hakone vacation package, you can combine your flight, car and hotel bookings and save a whole lot. If you can’t wait to explore the best of this fantastic region, why not make tracks to Tokyo Disneyland®? This must-see attraction is 55 mi from Hakone. With a rental car, you’ll be there in a flash.
What is the best time of year to go to Hakone?
If you’re eager to avoid expensive airfares, hordes of tourists and full hotels, plan your escape outside of . The quietest time to be in Hakone is . You’ll find the highest hotel rates in and the most affordable in .
Which airport is best for Hakone?
You have two choices for flying to Hakone, the first one being Haneda Airport (HND). It’s about 45 mi from the center of the city, while Mt. Fuji - Shizuoka Airport (FSZ) is 60 mi away from central Hakone.
What is there to do in Hakone?
While taking the path less traveled is no doubt rewarding, you shouldn’t miss the big sights that make a destination famous. Lake Ashi and Hakone Shrine are a couple of them in Hakone.
Where should I stay when visiting Hakone?
The Gora Kansuiro is recommended by many visitors. Book as soon as possible before it’s too late.
Can I go on vacation to Hakone at this time?
Our team has all the knowledge to help make your vacation dreams come true, so before organizing your trip to Hakone, look over our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. Here you’ll find the latest info about travel restrictions, quarantine policies and other important details.

Where to stay in Hakone: Best areas for travelers

  • Ashigarashimo District: When your schedule is hectic, taking a moment to relax in a natural setting is an excellent idea. Visitors can do just that in this neighborhood. With Chisuji Falls and Mount Kamiyama within reach of the Hotel Ra Kuun, the Hakone Elegance and the Hakone villa bizan, it's no wonder this area is a hit with nature lovers.
  • Sengokuhara: If you love sightseeing, this is the vacation destination for you. Fantastic sights such as Ōwakudani, Museum of the Little Prince and Hakone Ropeway are just waiting to be explored. Add to that top places like the Kinnotake, the Re Cove Hakone and the Hakone Fuga — what more do you need?
  • Gora: Take things down a notch and savor some calm and quiet at Hakone Gora Park — just one reason to choose this favorite area. Good options here include the HOTEL KASANSUI, the Resorpia Hakone and the Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa.
  • Yugawara: If you're after an art fix, this is the place to stay. Let your creative side go wild at Yugawara Art Museum before venturing over to Ningen Kokuho Bijutsukan. The Makiyama, the Ootaki Hotel and the Oyado Nagao are some places to rest your head here.
  • Yumoto: You won't have to wander too far to get a fix of nature in this neighborhood. Tamadare Falls is one place you'll want to add to your busy agenda. If you're looking to stay in the area, consider the Yoshiike Ryokan, the Kisenso or the Hotel ZAGAKUKAN.