Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel


2018.01.24

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

When spending the night in Hagi, considered one of the epicenters of the Meiji Restoration and Industrial Revolution, a fitting choice for accommodation is one with a good vantage point overlooking the historical city. Hagi Honjin offers not only the memorable views but also a large spa area boasting its own hot spring source right beneath the ground it sits in.

  • Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    At Hagi Honjin you are greeted by the spacious lobby which fuses rustic stone walls with a classical design and comfortable spaces to get you in the mood for a relaxing experience. Being situated on top of a hill and next to the Momijidani valley, Hagi Honjin does a good job of blending with its surroundings and providing a retreat for its guests despite its location just a few minutes from the urban district. This touch of nature is translated into its food with a menu of prefectural specialties including puffer fish, or fugu, and fresh Japanese oranges.

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    At Hagi Honjin, overnight guests can choose from a variety of plans and room styles at various price points from the simple western-style or traditional Japanese tatami mat rooms to the hotel’s special and concept rooms. Comfort is ensured with any of the choices, but if want to enjoy the expansive view of the city be sure to confirm this when your booking. For those with a flexible budget, the Shiori Special Room provides not only the views, but it is also the most luxurious room in the hotel with the added bonus of a private open air bath.

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Where Hagi Honjin really hits it out of the ballpark is at its hot spring facility and this alone is reason enough to book one of their rooms, or if staying in another location, to take time out of your travel plans to try their onsen baths. Yunomaru is Hagi Honjin’s own spa which is surrounded by large beautiful gardens and equipped with 14 different types of baths. To truly enjoy all of these, you should give yourself at least one hour to slowly make your way around the spa hopping in an out of the unique baths.

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    The baths here are so unique that each one gets a different name. Women will get to enjoy the fall themed Momiji-no-Yu while the men get to relax at the floral Tsubaki-no-Yu. While there’s no set order to go around the baths, we recommend starting at the Gensen-no-Tsubo indoor baths to get warmed up before heading outdoors. The most impressive of the open air baths is the Joheki whose stone wall works as a replica of Hagi’s old castle town walls, making a soak in the Joheki feel like you’re bathing in the castle moat.

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    Stay at Hagi Honjin Onsen Hotel

    After this intense and satisfying round of hot springs, a perfect way to cap off the day is to take Hagi Honjin’s very own shuttle bus to the top of the hill. The shuttle bus is decorated to look like the famous C571 steam engine locomotive and takes passengers to the hotel’s private foot bath overlooking the city. For about 20 minutes you can soak your feet in the ancient waters while taking in the views of Hagi City before heading back down.

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