This ruined love hotel stood beside a lane on the edge of a love hotel district in Isehara, southern Kanagawa Prefecture. I believe the establishment was called the Hotel Skylove, but apart from some graffiti, I've only seen its name written in hiragana, so I can't be entirely sure. "Skylab" is also a possibility, but I think Skylove is a more likely name for a love hotel. (Foreign words are usually written in katakana, but this convention is occasionally disregarded.)
The ruins of the Motel Akatsuki are next door, and there was some kind of derelict building on the opposite side of the lane. A trashed Toyota had been left at the side of the lane opposite the hotel.
The design of the hotel was slightly unusual. A service corridor ran the length of the building, with rooms on either side. One end of the building was raised off the ground so that cars could drive underneath, so the last two rooms were up a flight of stairs. Two rooms were in separate cottages a short distance from the main building. There were no carports, but there were uncovered parking spaces between the rooms.
I don't know when the hotel was abandoned, but enough time had passed for vegetation to thoroughly block the driveway.