We are closed due to major renovations.
At KAI Atami, we are always striving to provide our guests with top-notch hospitality. In order to offer even better facilities, the hotel is closed for major renovation work starting from April 2. We are aiming for completion in three years and hope to retain the KAI Atami essence as much as possible— the rooms that let you feel the sea breeze and offer stunning views of Sagami Bay as well as the traditional Japanese touches.
Nearby KAI Ryokans
KAI Anjin is a hot spring ryokan in the coastal city of Ito, designed as an art space with a maritime theme. It offers rooms and penthouse bath halls that overlook the ocean.
KAI Ito is a hot spring ryokan in Izu that offers baths fed directly by the skin-rejuvenating waters of Ito Hot Spring, a beautiful Japanese garden, and local seafood delicacies such as Ise lobster.
KAI Hakone is a hot spring ryokan with rooms offering river views. Parquet furnishings and hot spring baths that open out onto vibrant natural scenery reflect the culture and nature of Hakone.
Opening on July 27, KAI Sengokuhara is a hot spring ryokan located near Hakone in a vast natural setting 700 meters up in the mountains. Both Its Garally and Atelier offers activities in which artists and staff inspire guests to explore their creativity.
Nearby facilities of Hoshino Resorts
With no guestroom smaller than 65 square meters, this stylish hotel brings contemporary comfort to Atami, a seaside hot-spring destination favored by Tokyoites for centuries. The prime location atop the coastal cliff ensures fabulous ocean and nightscape views, and the pop design of the lobby-cum-library features a 6.5-meter climbing wall that's fun for the entire family.