A STUNNING hotel located in what was once dubbed “Japan’s Hawaii” has been left to elements for over 15 years.
The derelict Oriental Resort Hotel on Hachijojima Island was one of Japan’s biggest hotels before it was deserted.
Opened in 1963, thehotel attracted guests from all over the globe with its grand, regal appearance.
The lavish accommodation, which has now been abandoned for 17 years,an ornate fountain adorned with plaster statues that have now been left to rot in the humidity.
A grand stairway leading up into the hotel has been photographed overgrown with weeds and shrubbery – making it appear more like a jungle than a glamorous establishment.
Haunting photos of the hollowed-out 252-room hotel, show an empty outdoor swimming…
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