Kamakura is a great place to visit, but being an hour from Tokyo would get very busy in summer and holiday periods. The Prince is well situated on Sagami Bay, a big surf beach just out of Kamakura and near Enoshima Island. It is a 2minute walk to the Enoden Railway (or free hotel shuttle) which gets you around easily and cheaply and we used it to go on to Hakone via Fujisawa. There are plenty of restaurants nearby, including Bills if you need a good latte and the French restaurant in the hotel was excellent. This hotel is quiet, comfortable and a nice break from tatami mats! We would definitely stay there again.
Carol from Cooma, Australia
Less than five km (three miles) from the Great Buddha statue, this hotel is on the coast of Kamakura, Japan’s capital during …More
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