Beach Hotels & Resorts in Kamakura from AU$93
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Best Kamakura Beach Hotels
Reviewed on 7 Feb. 2019
Beach Hotels in Kamakura
Known for its beaches and sacred temples, Kamakura offers a lot for the traveller planning a beach getaway. This seaside destination has 32 hotels and other accommodation options to pick from, so it's easy to find one that works for you.
As you search for a place to stay by the water in Kamakura, consider selecting one of these top beach hotels with high ratings from Expedia travellers.
Iza Kamakura Guest House & Bar - 2-star guesthouse, 2-minute walk from Yuigahama. It features free WiFi, a bar and air conditioning. Guests love the helpful staff.
AS ONE Style in Shonan - 3-star holiday home near Inamuragasaki Beach. This holiday home boasts free WiFi, beach towels and in-room kitchens.
WeBase Kamakura - Hostel - 2-star hostel, 2-minute walk from Yuigahama. It offers a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. Guest reviews highlight the walkable location and overall value.
Kamakura Prince Hotel - 3.5-star aparthotel near Yuigahama. It features an outdoor pool, 2 restaurants and free WiFi. Guests love the beach location and spacious rooms.
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Kamakura-Ofuna - 3-star hotel. Our travellers recommend its central location and breakfast. This hotel boasts free WiFi, a coffee shop and LCD TVs.
Planning Your Trip to Kamakura
If weather is an important factor for your holiday, you can use these local temperature and rainfall averages to decide your travel dates.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 28°C
- Coldest months: January, February, December and March, with an average temperature of -1°C
- Driest months: December, January, April and November, with an average rainfall of 81 inches
- Rainiest months: August, September, July and June, with an average rainfall of 112.25 inches
Sightseeing in and Around KamakuraAfter arriving and settling in at your accommodation of choice, you might want to venture out and explore. If you're excited to scope out the beaches, spend a relaxing day by the water at Yuigahama or Zaimokuza Beach. Experience the area's sacred temples, and make time for local attractions like Enkyuji Temple and Sasuke Inari Shrine. You can also pay a visit to Great Buddha or Kotokuin Temple for more to see and do. Visitors also enjoy Kamakura for its:
Getting around Kamakura
To get to Kamakura, you can fly into Tokyo (HND-Haneda), the closest major airport, which is located 21.1 mi (34 km) from the city centre. You can take advantage of metro transport at Shonan-Fukasawa Station, Shonan-Machiya Station and Fujimicho Station. If you'd like to explore more of the area, ride aboard a train from Kamakura Station, Kita-Kamakura Station or Kamakura Ofuna Station.