Hotel Laforet Shuzenji

Hotel Laforet Shuzenji, located in the "Laforet Resort Shuzenji" resort of 500,000 tsubo spreading in the forest of Izu.
You can choose guest rooms and restaurants  according to your stay style.
You can spend your own way of resort life by enjoying hot springs and various sports facilities on the same premises.

【Rooms】
Guest house, center house, cottage is located on the vast grounds naturally wrapped. You can choose from various room types according to your stay style.

【Onsen】
Hot spring pablic bath “Mori no yu" has large hot spring which allows you to watch the Amagi Mountains and outdoor bath, sauna. Please enjoy the Shuzenji Hot Spring, the oldest Izu Peninsula, to your heart 's content.

【Restaurant】
There are a variety of restaurants such as "Dining FUJI" wrapped in heavy wooden atmosphere, "Amagi" overlooking Amagi Mountains, "BBQ garden" featuring exhilarating wind.

【Activity】
There are various sports facilities such as a gymnasium where you can enjoy table tennis and badminton even in the rain, as well as a number of activities to enjoy in the forest, in addition to all 15 tennis courts complete with night equipment.

[Sightseeing]
Shuzenji hot spring, which has a history of more than 200 years, has many spots that can be enjoyed all year round. It is located in the center of the Izu Peninsula and is also recommended for sightseeing to Nishiizu, Higashiizu, Minamiizu.

【Golf】
A resort course that takes advantage of natural undulations in "Laforet Resort Shuzenji". You can enjoy playing in a magnificent location with a view of Mt. Fuji in the north and Amagi Mountain in the south.

【Conference】
We will respond to a wide range of needs including outdoor training, large-scale new recruitment training utilizing the large site of 500,000 tsubo, invitation meeting important customers.

【Wedding】
Independent chapel that sacred sound church bell sounds. The inside of the church overflows with the warmth of the tree, leading the ceremony to solemn ambiance. There is also a garden wedding that overlooks Amagi Mountains.