Located in Fukuoka in the Fukuoka Region, 800 metres from Nagahama Ramen Street Fukuoka, HOTEL SOL (Adult Only) boasts a hot tub and sauna. Free private parking is available on site.Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Each room has a private bathroom fitted with a bath. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and slippers. HOTEL SOL features free WiFi throughout the property.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.Port of Hakata is 900 metres from HOTEL SOL (Adult Only), while Terumo Jinja Shrine is 1.6 km away. The nearest airport is Fukuoka Airport, 6 km from HOTEL SOL (Adult Only).
With a stay at this apartment in Fukuoka (Hakata-ku), you'll be steps from Port of Hakata and 10 minutes by foot from Marine Messe Fukuoka. This apartment is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Fukuoka Kokusai Center and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Fukuoka Ferry Port.This apartment offers designated smoking areas.Make yourself comfortable in your apartment, featuring a microwave and a flat-screen TV. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. A private bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower features complimentary toiletries and a hair dryer. Conveniences include an electric kettle and a washing machine, and housekeeping is provided on request.
Located in front of Fukuoka Kokusai Centre convention centre, the Hakata Marine Hotel features basic rooms, free Wi-fi and massage treatments. Free morning coffee is available at the lobby, and laptops can be rented at the front desk.Air-conditioned rooms at Hakata Marine are furnished with free wired internet, an LCD TV and a small fridge. The en suite bathroom comes with toiletries and a hairdryer. Yukata robes are provided.Marine Hotel Hakata offers dry cleaning services, and drinks vending machines are on-site. Parking is available at a charge.The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Hakata Port, a 5-minute drive from downtown area Tenjin, and a 7-minute drive from downtown area Nakasu. JR Fukuoka Station is a 10-minute drive away.At Marine Hakata Hotel's bright dining room, guests can choose between a Japanese or a Western breakfast.
I chose this place as I was coming from Busan by boat and attending sumo tournament the same day, and the location proved to be very handy. Staff was nice and provided plenty of information when asked. The place itself is nothing short of a business hotel although the price was much lower than average. The room was pretty large and I even had an actual bath (albeit not large) in the bathroom. The breakfast looked gorgeous on pictures but when next morning came it was just an okay buffet with a small main dish. The only actual downside is that it's far from the other main attractions and buses in Fukuoka were pretty expensive. I think I'd like to return there the next time I come by ferry as the value for money is huge and the location so convenient in that regard.
Right next to Fukuoka International Convention Centre, Sun Palace Hotel offers massage services and a French restaurant with 360-degree views. Rooms include a private bathroom, pay TV programmes and free wired internet.Guests at Fukuoka Sun Palace can try traditional futon beds and tatami (woven-straw) floors in a Japanese room, or opt for a standard Western room. All rooms are air-conditioned and come with a fridge, tea maker and bathtub.The lively Tenjin area is a 10-minute bus ride away. Nakasu-Kawabata Station is 1.5 km away, and offers subway access to Fukuoka Airport in just 10 minutes. Hakata Ferry Port is 750 metres away, and Fukuoka Yahoo Dome is 5 km away.Lagoon Restaurant serves a Japanese/Western set breakfast, and a buffet spread for lunch. Raconter offers Japanese and Western dishes. Drinks are available at the 10th-floor Laputa.
All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with bidet, hairdryer and free toiletries. A microwave, refrigerator and kettle are also provided.There are many famous tourist attractions near the hotel, such as God Tenmangu Shrine, Nakajima Park and Risen Park. The nearest airport is Fukuoka Airport, 9 km from the hotel.
Property Location With a stay at TATERU bnb TSUMASHOJI in Fukuoka (Hakata-ku), you'll be steps from Port of Hakata. This vacation home is close to Tochoji Temple and Ohori Park. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 4 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include washing machines and fans.
The Grand Residence Hotel Tenjin is located in the Hakata Ward of Fukuoka, close to Okihamainari Shrine, Nakajima Park and Susaki Park.Every unit features a private bathroom and bidet, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a microwave.Popular points of interest near the apartment include Kagami Temmangu Shrine, Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art and Tsunashiki Temman-gu Shrine. The nearest airport is Fukuoka Airport, 9.7 km from The Grand Residence Hotel Tenjin.
It was the first time in Hakata, and it was convenient to Nakasu and city sightseeing to some extent, and the price was reasonable. I think the price is about this because it was used on weekdays. I stayed alone and the size was confirmed on the travel site, so I didn't feel particularly narrow. The thing that I'm worried about is that I feel small because I'm 180 cm tall and I can hear the sound of the shower or toilet drain in other rooms. The nearest station is Kamiya Town, a few minutes walk from the Nishitetsu bus, and a 6,7 minute walk from the subway kimono town. It's okay from Hakata Station to the hotel, but I'm going to consider a place where there is no need to transfer next time because there were many things that I needed to transfer from the hotel to my destination.
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Accommodation date ／ December 20th (Fri) - December 21st (Sat) １night ２day Single Breakfast ※Reservation by Shinkansen round trip and set on a trip to Japan We booked for a live participation in Fukuoka. [Location] The location is located in downtown Hakata, Nakasu Kawabata. I think that if you go to the water park, you can see the building, but it is not along the wide street, but it is built a little deep, so it took a little time to get to the entrance. [Building] The building itself was relatively new and clean. [Customer Service] The front desk staff and the cleaning staff were very happy and the customer service was firm. [Service] There is a space where a personal computer can be used for free or a little work. There were many shampoos in front of the front desk, and it seemed to be able to be repackaged into a small container. I think it is a happy service for female guests. Of course, there was shampoo in the room. There were also several kinds of tea bags such as herb tea in front of the front desk, and there was a tea bar that could be enjoyed freely in the room. 1F As a rental pillow in front of the elevator, we were able to choose several kinds of pillows with different hardness such as low repulsion, and what we liked. Of course, there is a pillow in the room. There were rental cycles and coin laundry. There seemed to be a night meal service. [Room] There was a closet, and the hanger was ４ books ◯ and the bathroom had a small laundry drying ◎ bedding seems to be sticky and adopts airweave. I was comfortable. There is an outlet on the bedside. There is also a humidifier. Wi-Fi was also comfortable. The water pressure of the shower is also strong. The surrounding area was quiet because it did not face a big street. [Breakfast] Breakfast is in the space in front of the front desk １Ｆ. The space of the table is also wide, and the number of seats is large, and it was not crowded. The menu was also rich in Japanese, Western, bread and curry. Drinks such as milk, juice and coffee were also substantial. [Location] There are many restaurants around because it is located in Nakasu, and there is no problem with eating. However, there is no convenience store near the hotel, so it is wise to stop when you find a convenience store if you need anything. I think the nearest station will be around the subway "Chushu Kawabata", "Tenjin" and "Tenjin Minami", but both are about 4 ～ 5 minutes walk. However, it is between Tenjin and Nakasu, so I think it is good to be a very tourist base.
The hotel is quite good, although the room is not big enough, it is enough. Can open aisle even after opening the trunk. The scenery outside the window is good to see the river view directly. The location is also very good. Within ten minutes of walking to Tenjin. There is also a dedicated parking lot.
It is a hotel near JR line and Fukuoka Municipal Subway Asahi Hakata Station. It is also close to Hakata Station, and restaurants and combinations are also nearby, and it is very conveniently located. The room is small, but there is a feeling of cleanliness and if you just sleep, there is no problem. It is good that there are many kinds of baked bread for free breakfast.
Still very new hotel, about １２ minutes walk from Hakata Station. The time is almost the same from Higashi Hie Station of the subway, but if you are from Higashi Hie, you will not be lost because you are straight from the street. The hotel has a clean interior and plenty of hot water. The air cleaner is also complete in each room. There are several restaurants in the neighborhood with combination two and midnight. There is a reasonable Yakiniku shop across the street where the store name has changed. There is a counter, so it was okay for one person.
Opposite Shizu (East), Hakata Station, 2 minutes away, there is a drug store next door. There are 2 supermarkets in Hakata Station. At night, you can buy the sashimi sushi bento rice ball at half price. The hotel is a self-service checkin. You can search by first name (last name or last name or only first name and last name), scan passports, print room numbers, breakfast vouchers, and room cards. The front desk will treat Chinese and Japanese guests differently. Check out the card too, just plug it inside the machine. Breakfast, Japanese-style meat, Japanese-style fish, Western-style, see pictures, I only stayed for 2 days, Izakaya next door, 1,000 yen, casually set on-site, if you find that the price of breakfast is more than 65 yuan, you can set no breakfast Yes, and there are many shops nearby. The first day I washed my hair and used up half a box of paper towels in the hotel, the next day he would n’t give it to me, dizzy, anyway, I had my own belt. . .
Staff was very helpful & friendly. We had rooms on the top floor with a view down to the playground & park. The apartment was spotless and though we only used it to sleep, we could have had our meals there too. They are clearly used to foreign travellers (which was not the case in some other places we stayed) Walking distance to Hakata Station (with rolling luggage, otherwise taxi)
The location is very good. The hotel is just 50 meters from the left side of the Hakata Station from the Chikushikou. Shopping in the surrounding malls is endless. The decoration style is very new, unlike ordinary Japanese hotel bathrooms, his bathroom is large, separated from wet and dry. The twin rooms are large and the beds are comfortable. The hotel can also store luggage a few days in advance. Free coffee and lemonade in the hallway. Very good value, recommended
This hotel is located at Tenjin South Station, diagonally opposite Daimaru Department Store and opposite the loft. It is easy to find. However, the entrance of the hotel is relatively small. There are convenience stores and pharmacies downstairs. It takes only 10 minutes to walk to 24 Ji'an. The room also has enough space for the two opened ones, which is a simple and clean hotel.
I stayed for the first time this time for an early morning flight from Arao's home to Tokyo. It is very beautiful because it is just possible. It is also good that there is a large bath to solve the fatigue of the trip. It is convenient because the family in the facility can be used as it is in the building, and there are seven eleven and pharmacies right across the street. The cafe on the same floor as the cabin is also doing late, and the cafe staff helps when I accidentally went out without a card key (thank you!). The staff was very helpful and I would like to use it again!
I thought it was very good because it was new and clean and the room was clean
The bed was also wide 々
It is a pity that there is no bathtub in the bath because there was no refrigerator in the room
The shower is fixed and suddenly from the top, so if you don't scratch the position of the faucet, you will wear cold water that cannot be adjusted for hot water. I think it's cold now, so I need to be careful.
I thought the shower was not fixed and the type that could be removed was good
I've known the existence of the refrigerator so far from other reviews.
It was good to tell you when you check in
I knew the entrance.
The TV was a specification that could be seen in the net system, but if it was not contracted at the hotel, could it not be seen by the person who did not contract in the individual?
I expected it for a moment, but I couldn't see it because I didn't know. Sorry
But I think Cospa is a good one, so I think there is a repeat
excellent modern hotel with small but very comfortable rooms, with every amenity and feature you could think of! I was especially impressed with the in-room washer-dryer, what a relief to have that available after long travel and a suitcase of dirty clothes. The hotel even provides free detergent! Breakfast add-in cost was very reasonable. Overall an excellent high quality hotel for far less than expected.
Loved the location and the service The shampoo bar service was unique ~ The room was small but tidy. As you can see the view was great. First of all, I had delicious Japanese food such as Ochazuke and cod roe from breakfast. The breakfast buffet place itself was not big and was walked north, but the quality was very good. Nearby convenience stores and Don Quixote are 2-3 minutes away. There is also a Tenjin Hormone branch, which seems to be a perfect spot for eating and shopping. The next time you go on a trip to Fukuoka, this is the place you want to find again.
The facilities are old but clean. There is a large bath even though it is a business hotel. You can stay cheaply in a room without a bath. The day you took a school trip and batting is more worthwhile. There is no problem if it does not overlap with the bathing time of the student at all. I use it several times, but this time I don't know if it is a non-smoking room, but it smelled very bad. I managed to spend it with deodorant spray because it was full. So －１.
Pro: Walkable distance from Hakata station and Canal City shopping area. It is a new hotel and very clean. Suitable for business and family who like upmarket experiences. Check-in and out was very smooth especially check-out is handled by a machine to return the room card. Breakfast was good and tasty and both Japanese and western style was offered although their food variety was a bit odd as traditional Japanse breakfast. We chose the traditional Japanese bathtub room which had a washing area and separated with the toilet. The bed was so comfortable and all the towels and linen were very nice too. Con: Room was small and tight although everything was well designed and fitted in. Washing basin was at the side of the bed and only had a corner sitting section for one person with a small bedside/coffee table.
-Conveniently located within 10 minutes walk from Tenjin Station
-Queen size standard double room with tripcoin discount for one night at an extremely low price of 35,000 won, but satisfied with the room less than 140,000 won Nishitetsu Krum Hakata.
Better with a bathtub, not a shower.
-There are many restaurants around, so no problem even if you don't add breakfast. It is best to use the Italian coffee machine, which is free on the left side of the elevator on the first floor about 5 meters.
-All types of shopping are available at the large-scale marts such as Aeon and Tenjin Underground Shopping Center.
Disadvantages: I made a reservation for a non-smoking room, but it was automatically changed to a smoking room reservation.
-I reviewed the non-smoking room in the review, but the reservation shown at the counter is a smoking room, so I asked to change it, and I was told that I couldn't change it. The same problem occurs with reviews. There is a smoking room on the reservation shown at the counter, and no comments are expected at the hotel. The protest was moved to a non-smoking room, which was initially taken off by a strong protest, but it could be a faulty reservation system, or it was made to use a smoking room that was deliberately left behind. If you don't change it, you can't help but stay in the smoking room.
The best place for sightseeing near Nakasu. The Ichiran main store and the Nakasu booth are just a few steps away. It is also a perfect location, one stop (walking) to Tenjin, where there are many shops.
The appearance of the hotel is not bad, except that the hair is falling out and there is dust in the room, which is a bit unsatisfactory, but it is still very beautiful.
Since it is an unmanned hotel, I talked to the operator through the video screen when I checked in, but it took some time to just look at my face, probably because I am a foreigner who does not speak Japanese well. Since there are many foreign guests, I think we are recruiting foreigners who can speak English, Japanese, Chinese, etc., but I want to hire people with a little stronger language ability.
There is no TV in the room, and all the spilled beverages left by the guests are stuffed in the refrigerator. The room is very simple, with only one bed attached to the wall. Because the bed is mounted on the wall, I am a little worried when the bed gets wet and there is condensation.
Overall, it is quite satisfactory. Although it is a short trip and I want to stay in a hotel again, I think it is not suitable for long trips.
I like this hotel. Staff are very nice and breakfast was superb. There were quite limited parking but if you let them know in advance you should have a space.
We were lucky to met a Thai sfaff lady as my parents cannot speak english much she was so helpful to recommend some places to visit or restaurants.
This cost-friendly hostel is very neat and stylish, with wide bed spaces in the dorm. The layout were also planned well - there is a small personal changing area just before the shower room! New towels were issued for our use every morning. There were many books to peruse at the bookshelves in the common area, so much so that the bookworm in me extended another day just to finish a book I found there. It helps that the whole hostel was almost always quiet. The staff were really helpful with my questions and I had a few lovely chats with Saki. However, there were two areas for improvement. First is the WiFi, which was slow and inconsistent, especially after midnight. I work remotely so I couldn't stay long in a hostel with unreliable WiFi. Second, I was reading in the common room for hours and it gets cold fast. Saki thoughtfully put the portable heater near me when I'm alone there. Although it does help, this is not a feasible move when there are other people using the common room together. In light of my inconveniences, I thought of giving this review 4 stars but on second thought, the flawless hospitality I received here won out. I did enjoy my stay here after all.
Dropped into Fukuoka and wanted to stay here for one or two nights on a very good rate compared to other places in Kobe and Fukuoka. They have a nice lobby/lounge that also functions as a bar. Towels and amenities cost a little extra, such as 100 yen for a tooth brush or 200 yen for a towel. However, they a free towel, toothbrush or face towel with a TripAdvisor review. So it may be a little biased. But overall, I’ve had no complaints and it’s very clean and feels like home. The bunk beds are nice and spacious enough and have big ladders that are not sketchy to navigate at night. staff is very nice and know English! Ask for a map of what’s nearby to get yourself acquainted quickly.
The location of the hotel is just beside the Fukuoka JR station. It is a 3-minute walk. If you are taking the airport bus to reach the JR station in Fukuoka, the road is opposite, but you can't pass it directly. You need to cross the street flyover. There are elevators, escalators, step ladders. Kind, the lobby is small, the room is definitely small, the twin bed is 1.2, the 2 big 1 small sleep is no problem, the breakfast is on the first floor, generally, three hot dishes, salted fish, porridge, miso soup, rice.
The surrounding traffic is very convenient. Hakata Station can be reached within 6 minutes on foot. There is a shopping mall near Hakata Station. Besides the hotel, the interior is clean and tidy. The attitude of the service staff is also very good. The only disadvantage is that it is not soundproof. Corridors and aisles, the sound of these places is very clear, too noisy, especially those who feel light should choose carefully! It ’s really not a little bit noisy, basically from check-in at night to check-out in the morning, the sound of conversation between the left and right rooms, the sound of footsteps in the aisle, and the sound of the sliding door upstairs have not been interrupted, which greatly reduces the check-in experience, which may not be the next time. Chose again
I chose the Hotel Route-Inn because of its proximity to the main railway station and bus station since most shops, bars and restaurants tend to be situated around stations in Japanese cities. Although my room was ready at 12.00 noon I was told to come back at 3.00pm for check in. This is where Japanese efficiency meets inflexibility. It makes no sense to make people wait unnecessarily when their room is already ready. I wanted to go to a large supermarket while waiting to check in, but three times the girl at reception tried to send me to the convenience store at the railway station that did not sell what I wanted. Eventually I had to go to the information at the station to be directed to the bus station to take a No. 30 to Aeon Mall half an hour away. Here they had all that I wanted and more. The hotel room was quite small, but the space was manageable and it was clean although I do not understand the Japanese obsession with dark brown carpets and duvet covers. The mattress was comfortable, but the two small pillows were rock hard. They felt like they were filled with horsehair and bamboo. They gave me neck ache and so I had a sleepless night. Also, the air-conditioner was ineffective and so I was hot too. Not good! English is a major problem in Japan. It is amazing that even in hotels the understanding of the world's accepted language of international communication is so limited that when I called down to reception to tell them my wi-fi connection had failed they kept trying to tell me what the password is and could not comprehend that it was not working. I had been using it since the night before, but it stopped altogether at 08.00 am. Was this maybe a prelude to ensuring that guests do not over stay the 10.00 am checkout time? At breakfast there was nothing of interest to a Western guest. Only scrambled eggs made with powder and rubbery croissants were of any mediocre interest. There was no fruit, no cereal no milk and no coffee unless I went to get it from a (free) vending machine in the lobby. As this hotel is marketed internationally on hotel booking websites the staff should be competent to a reasonable level in English and there should be breakfast offerings for all tastes, not only Japanese.
3 nights and 4 days We used triple room for 3 people.
The price was very cheap, so I was worried about the quality, but the room was not narrow and the cleanliness was high.
The location was very good, about 15 minutes to Tenjin, about 10 minutes to Nakasu Kawabata, and the convenience was the best.
Near the hotel, there were many restaurants, taverns, convenience stores, etc.
I would like to use it when traveling to Fukuoka again.
The location is very convenient, about 10 minutes walk to Tianshan shopping street, the apartment is very lively and everything is available to eat and drink in the supermarket. The room is not large, but the layout is compact. In other words, there is a restaurant downstairs and you can't open the windows. Otherwise, you will smell oily smoke. The front desk service is also very good and will patiently answer tourist inquiries. Overall it's good and worth the money!
I went out from Nagoya to meet a friend who turned U from Osaka to Fukuoka and used it for one night. It is a very good hotel with a subway from Fukuoka Airport and close to the station. It was new in the year after opening, but I felt that the whole building was clean and very easy to spend. The breakfast is delicious and satisfactory. And the most important service is to call the front desk and call the name with the feeling that "yes, ○○ how was it?" I think this is a service that is not done and not done easily, and it seems to be possible and not possible. I want to stay at a hotel that can be such a care. It was a night, but I was able to lend an umbrella when I went out and took care of it. Thank you.