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Accommodation Guide

Lodging in Kamakura is scarce, but there are a few high-end and budget options. The list below should help you in your search.
Booking early is recommended, especially if you are planning a weekend stay over. AirBnb is also becoming popular in the Kamakura area, so checking their listings may prove helpful.

High-end

Kamakura Prince Hotel
95 ocean-view rooms, large outdoor pool, and several restaurants.

Official Website

 Address: Shichirigahama 1-2-18 Map

 

Kamakura Park Hotel
Ocean-front location, not far from Hase Station.

Official Website

 Address: Sakanoshita 33-6 Map

 

Kaihinso Kamakura
This upscale boutique hotel is recommended for a unique Japanese villa experience, complete with charming tatami mat rooms.

Official Website (in Japanese)

 Address: Yuigahama 4-8-14 Map

 

Mid-range

Hotel New Kamakura
Kamakura’s oldest hotel, located just behind the station, is steeped in history and accented with many quaint furnishings of a bygone era.

Official Website

 Address: Onarimachi 13-2 Map

 

Villa Sacra
Recently open ‘artist hotel’ features eclectically designed rooms in a convenient location for the adventurous.

Official Website

 Address: Onarimachi 13-29 Map

 

Budget

Kamejikan (Turtle Time)
Zaimokuza beach area bed and breakfast with a few private rooms and a shared room with bunk beds .

Official Website

 Address: Zaimokuza 3-17-21 Map

 

Kamakura Guest House
A bit off the beaten path, but this friendly bohemian guesthouse offers affordable dorm futons in a alluring Japanese setting.

Official Website

 Address: Tokiwa 273-3 Map