Abandoned Royal Hotel Japan

abandoned royal hotel japan

abandoned royal hotel japan

The most beautiful abandoned looking hotel I have never entered – this title goes to the Hachijo Royal Hotel, once the biggest hotel in all of Japan. I went there twice, at sunset and the next morning just after sunrise, both times I ran into several people, both times I had a feeling that this…

The abandoned Hachijo Royal Hotel in Japan is one such place, a handsome spectre of a building for the tourists of today to marvel at, if not check into. (Image: Ridgeline Images ) The Hachijo Royal Hotel was the jewel in the crown of a small volcanic island, Hachijo-jima, which was once known as the “Hawaii of Japan”.

This abandoned luxury hotel in Japan would be housekeeping's idea of hell. The former Hachijo Royal resort on the remote volcanic Japanese island of Hachijojima is now a decaying shell. Bedrooms ...

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Hachijo Royal Hotel was once one of the biggest hotels in Japan, drawing people to its remote island for beach vacations and relaxation. Today it lies in ruins.

Government attempts to promote the island as the “Hawaii of Japan” resonated positively and soon the island saw a rapid influx of investment and property development. The largest among these was the lavish Hachijo Royal Hotel modelled on French Baroque architecture.

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