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Shimoda Bay Kushiro Star Rating 3        
4-1 Kakisaki

Shimoda Bay Kushiro provides a comfortable setting while in Shimoda. It is situated a short stroll from Gyokusen-ji Temple.The hotel has 42 rooms, all of which are filled with a variety of facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel Star Rating 4        
5-12-1 Shizuoka 415-8510 Japan

Set amid gardens overlooking Oura Bay, this relaxed hotel is 2 km from both Izukyu-Shimoda train station and the Shimoda Aquarium.Bright, laid-back rooms come with free Wi-Fi and TVs, in addition to minifridges and teamaking equipment. Some feature bay views.
Shimoda Prince Hotel Star Rating 3        
1547-1 Shirahama

Overlooking a beach along the Sagami-nada Sea and with views of Oshima Island, this modern hotel is 6 km from the Shimoda Ropeway, an aerial lift line, and 7 km from Shimoda Aquarium.Laid-back accommodations have floor-to-ceiling windows with sea views, and range from color-themed rooms with beds to minimalist quarters with tatami floors and futons. All have TVs and minifridges; suites add separate living/dining rooms.
Hotel Izukyu Star Rating 4        
2732-7 Shirahama

This laid-back hotel with landscaped gardens and beach views is 6 km from Shimoda Sea Aquarium, 7 km from Shimoda Yamatokan and 17 km from Inatori Hot Spring.Featuring sea views, the relaxed rooms come with flat-screens, minifridges and tea and coffeemakers. Some rooms have tatami floors, futons and traditional short-legged tables.
Kurhaus Ishibashi Ryokan Star Rating 3        
185-1 Rendaiji

LocationKurhaus Ishibashi Ryokan Shizuoka's convenient location allows travelers to explore the city attractions Shimoda Aquarium, Shirahama Ohama Beach, Mount Nesugatayama Observatory and Sotoura Beach.RoomsHotels offers spacious accommodation units that are well appointed in style. All the rooms are outfitted with standard conveniences.
Shimoda Yamatokan Star Rating 3        
2048 Kisami

The Shimoda Yamatokan is located in Shizuoka making it one of the best hotels to stay at while in town. This 4.5-star hotel offers 60 comfortable guestrooms with a range of in-room facilities suitable for the modern traveler.
Kurofune Hotel Star Rating 4        
3-8 Kakisaki

Across the road from the bayside promenade, this upmarket hot spring hotel in a tiered building is a 13-minute walk from Izukyū Shimoda train station.The chic, individually decorated suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and living areas, plus balconies with bay views and open-air wooden soaking tubs. Minimalist rooms with tatami floors, futons, sliding doors and chabudai dining tables are available.
Shimoda View Hotel Star Rating 3        
633 Kakisaki

Set on wooded hilltop overlooking the Sotoura coast, this upscale hotel is 4 km from both the Ryōsen-ji Buddhist temple and the Shimoda Ropeway up Mount Nesugata.Warm rooms with tatami floors feature futons, traditional short-legged tables, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, along with tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded quarters add terraces with hot tubs.
Beach Side Inn Shirahama Star Rating 1        
1742 Shirahama

Situated just a 2-minute walk from Shirahama Beach in Shimoda, Beach Side Inn Shirahama is cosy friendly accommodation with warm wooden flooring and furnishings. Complimentary simple breakfast is provided, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.Guests can unwind in private-use hot spring baths 24/7.
Garden Villa Shirahama Star Rating 2        
2644-1 Shirahama

Set on a lush hill overlooking the ocean, this relaxed hotel is 4 km from both the Izukyu-Shimoda train station and the Shimoda Ropeway aerial lift, and 12 km from Imaihama Hot Spring.Functional, air-conditioned rooms come with free Wi-Fi, TVs, and minifridges; some add sitting areas. Upgraded rooms add tetami floors, scenic views and 2- person chabudai dining tables.
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Shimoda is a city on the southeastern Izu peninsula, in Japan's Shizuoka Prefecture. It's known for its busy port and hot springs. Beaches include Shirahama, a long sandy stretch with strong surf. Ryōsen-ji temple is where the U.S.-Japan Treaty of Amity and Commerce was signed in 1858. The Shimoda History Museum has exhibits on the town's role in opening up 19th-century Japan to international diplomacy.