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      Hotels Near Kwassui Women'S University In Nagasaki

      4.2/5Very Good6 Reviews
      3.05km from downtown
      It is never new and the old place is conspicuous, but I think it is a level that I don't care if I am accustomed to old hotels abroad. Some people wrote that the water pressure of the bath was ..., but because it was a low-rise accommodation, the water pressure was no problem, and I was able to spend it comfortably. However, it is necessary to be careful because the shower curtain is short and the water is outside the bathtub if you are not careful. The meal was delicious and the drink service in the lounge was also enjoyed. Thank you.
      From$186
      4.2/5Very Good0 Reviews
      3.24km from downtown
      Homey house in Nagasaki features air-conditioned guest accommodation in Nagasaki, 3.2 km from Nagasaki Museum of History, 3.3 km from Nagasaki Station and 5.8 km from Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and private parking is available on site. An Asian breakfast is available daily at the homestay. Popular points of interest near Homey house in Nagasaki include Oura Catholic Church, Glover Garden and Sofukuji Temple. The nearest airport is Nagasaki Airport, 37 km from the accommodation.
      From$40
      0/50 Reviews
      3.25km from downtown
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      From$44
      4.5/5Excellent42 Reviews
      3.35km from downtown
      Family breakfast nearby can be easily solved. The room is not large and cannot accommodate an extra bed. How many triple rooms are available. The location of the hotel is slightly off, and it takes about 7 or 8 minutes by tram. And if you want to change trains to JR station. If you bring a large suitcase, you should consider it! The picture shows the Lantern Festival Lantern Festival in the nearby China Town. It takes more than 10 minutes to walk. It is also recommended to go to Zordenburg! Paradise! People Shaojing praise!
      From$44
      3.5/51 Reviews
      3.41km from downtown
      Located in Nagasaki, this apartment is in the historical district, within a 5-minute walk of Higashiyamate Ko Jusanbankan and Dutch Slope. This apartment is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Former British Consulate and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Dejima Museum.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a stovetop. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. A private bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower features a deep soaking tub and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include a microwave and an electric kettle.
      From$48
      3.4/55 Reviews
      3.5km from downtown
      Nagasaki is the city where Eastern and Western cultures blended into one. You can enjoy the beautiful view of Nagasaki Port from here. This is the ideal hotel for your Nagasaki tour. It takes 5 minutes by car from Nagasaki Station, and about 6 or 7 minutes on foot from the shopping district and the business quarter to this hotel. We will be very much happy to have you as our guests here at Hotel New Tanda.
      From$52
      0/50 Reviews
      3.69km from downtown
      With a stay at Oyado Kinokuniya Shinchi Machi in Nagasaki (Nagasaki Chinatown), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Dutch Slope and Nagasaki Dejima. This apartment is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Higashiyamate Ko Jusanbankan and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Former British Consulate.Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and stovetops. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and microwaves.
      From$36
      4.4/5Excellent19 Reviews
      3.75km from downtown
      With a stay at GRAND BASE Nagasaki in Nagasaki (Nagasaki Chinatown), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Nagasaki Dejima and Hamanomachi Arcade. This condo is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Shianbashi Alley and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Dutch Slope.Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include microwaves and electric kettles.
      From$139
      4.1/5Very Good105 Reviews
      3.82km from downtown
      The room was much larger than expected, the bed was very comfortable, the quilt was too hot, and there was Chinatown next to it, which was lively at noon. It's not far to the tram stop, and it's okay to walk to the art museum. Unfortunately, there are no parent-child activities on the weekends. It is very convenient to get a taxi to the hotel at night. There is a cake shop across the street which is affordable and sweet.
      From$68
      4/5Very Good21 Reviews
      3.83km from downtown
      Stayed as part of Inspiring Vacations 17 day Authenic tour. Bus cant\'t stop outside hotel as there is No access. Hotel ferried our bags initially but on check out 2 mornings later we were required to drag them in the rain to awaiting bus. Lobby is accessed via a ramp and 2 separate lifts to our room on 10th floor. Goodsize room after short setup entery,with twin beds and plenty of room to place bags,including built in sofa area. Breakfast was an absolute disaster and couldn't cope with the busloads volume allotted,which meant limited variety to choose from.
      From$53
      3.9/580 Reviews
      3.87km from downtown
      I thought it was an interesting name, but it is a convenient hotel with a bus coming out from the front and buying an airport ticket. It is small inside but no hindering. It was a breakfast at the restaurant next door. There was also a coin laundry, and the companion was washing and drying and changing clothes.
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      0/50 Reviews
      3.88km from downtown
      The CUBE HOTEL Maruyama provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The CUBE HOTEL Maruyama is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Nagasaki. The hotel is conveniently located just 1km from Awaza Railway Station and 20km from Nagasaki Airport. Famous local attractions Kagetsu, Shokakuji and Umezono Migawari Temmangu Shrine, can all be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
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      Hotels Near Kwassui Women'S University In Nagasaki Review

      4.3/5138 Reviews
      Rich is very good and access from anywhere is also good. There are many restaurants and places to shop around. Also, if there is an opportunity, I would like to use it.
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      From$55
      4.5/544 Reviews
      7/8 minutes walk from JR Nagasaki Station, some routes may require long stairs. Because Nagasaki and Chongqing are a bit similar, the houses are built on the mountains. It is actually a bed. A simple partition is made in a large room. Each compartment has a separate door. Although the privacy is acceptable, the sound insulation does not exist. Suitable for people who have good sleep quality when they go out early and return late.
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      From$103
      3.9/580 Reviews
      I thought it was an interesting name, but it is a convenient hotel with a bus coming out from the front and buying an airport ticket. It is small inside but no hindering. It was a breakfast at the restaurant next door. There was also a coin laundry, and the companion was washing and drying and changing clothes.
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      From$50
      4.4/520 Reviews
      The service is very, very, very thoughtful and sincere, and the details are expensive. It is worth it! The hotel is directly facing Nagasaki Port. This scenery is definitely not lost to Inasayama, which is equivalent to the cost of visiting Inasayama. It is also comfortable and not tired! The company has three different grades of hotels, the low-end Ctrip is called Nice Card, the middle end is called Mei Songhe, the high-end and most expensive is this Hongye Pavilion, a shuttle bus stops at three places, so pay attention to your designated hotel to get off. . We just got on the wrong car, and went to the first stop at the front desk to finish the team and learned that we had the wrong hotel. We immediately sent us the car and checked in for the service! There are also a lot of kimonos to choose from. Be sure to pay attention to the shuttle schedule. The earliest arrival at Nagasaki Station in the afternoon is four o'clock. The bus that departs to Nagasaki Station at the latest in the morning is around 10 o'clock. It is not recommended to take a taxi to the city because the hotel is halfway up the mountain. Also expensive. The room is large, the tatami beds are so much more, and the family trip is enough. Note that the hotel is not a spa bath.
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      From$234
      4.5/5121 Reviews
      It’s a brand new hotel that open in December of 2019. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Everything is brand new and the cleaning staff do a great job keeping things clean. The 3rd floor has a lounge, free drinks (coffee & tea) and a little fireside area for couples wanting to spend some quiet time together. There are baths on the 11th floor along with laundry room where you can wash your clothes for free. It also has a lounge with wicker chairs and a huge window overlooking the world below. The rooms are small. I have heard that Some rooms do not have bathing facilities and you must use the 11th floor. So make sure when booking that you get a room with a shower. Did I mention the rooms are small? Cozy rooms however the space constraints will get old after a while. I’m not sure why the safest city in the safest country in the world would need such security. But this hotel will require you to constantly remove your room key & carry it around to use in the elevators. If I was staying in any other country than Japan I would feel this is necessary. If you are a foreigner, living in Japan, be prepared to NOT hand over your alien registration card. I ended up giving them my drivers license. Also if you have tattoos, they will let you go to the bath area but only when there are no Japanese around. So they will ask you if you would like to take a bath at 4’ish in the afternoon which is right before it opens. The breakfast is at a family restaurant called “Joyful”. Not bad the first time but gets old soon. Also if you want to eat dinner there then you must have cash on you. They do not accept credit cards. All in all, not a bad place if you was to stay for a bit but not for an extended stay.
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      From$50
      4.7/556 Reviews
      I had a pleasant and wonderful three-night stay (04 - 06 Nov 2021) at the Hilton Nagasaki. As mentioned, the hotel is brand new. The management and staff at the hotel entrance, front desk concierge, executive lounge, and restaurant were kind and very attentive. All staff members effectively communicated in English and warm smiles. I had a very positive experience when speaking with the front desk concierge team and supervisor on several occasions. :) The location of the Hilton Nagasaki Hotel and room design is perfect. I felt very comfortable, appreciated, and very safe throughout my entire stay. Great job to the entire team at the Hilton Nagasaki. I will return !! Thank you for a wonderful experience.
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      From$150
      4/521 Reviews
      Stayed as part of Inspiring Vacations 17 day Authenic tour. Bus cant\'t stop outside hotel as there is No access. Hotel ferried our bags initially but on check out 2 mornings later we were required to drag them in the rain to awaiting bus. Lobby is accessed via a ramp and 2 separate lifts to our room on 10th floor. Goodsize room after short setup entery,with twin beds and plenty of room to place bags,including built in sofa area. Breakfast was an absolute disaster and couldn't cope with the busloads volume allotted,which meant limited variety to choose from.
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      From$53
      4.5/544 Reviews
      It feels like a luxurious business hotel. Although it is small, it has an indoor bath and breakfast is also satisfying. There was also local gourmet food. It may be close to the airport bus ”Nagasaki Shinchi” getting off station. It might have been good to choose a hotel gown and bring it with you.
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      From$73
      3.9/523 Reviews
      Location: The top of the hill, so the view is awesome.           However, if you arrive early, you should go ahead and check in. Never go to Nagasaki Station on foot and take a taxi.           I have experienced hell. Breakfast: ☆ ro. The grilled fish is stiff and the udon is fishy .. In the coffee carton, the smell of OI was sloppy and the OrOl course that was left behind by the previous guests was not removed.
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      From$46
      4.1/515 Reviews
      Good location, walk down from Nagasaki for 10 minutes. There is a bus stop at the entrance of the hotel, as well as a tram station. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to the Inaba-san cable car station to see the night view. Hotel facilities are not new, but still as clean and tidy as all Japanese hotels. The hotel lobby is large and quiet. There is also a bakery and the whole family on the first floor, which is extremely convenient. The room is not small, there are some. Breakfast is on the top floor, generally, there is no problem with eating.
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      From$53
      4.2/56 Reviews
      It is never new and the old place is conspicuous, but I think it is a level that I don't care if I am accustomed to old hotels abroad. Some people wrote that the water pressure of the bath was ..., but because it was a low-rise accommodation, the water pressure was no problem, and I was able to spend it comfortably. However, it is necessary to be careful because the shower curtain is short and the water is outside the bathtub if you are not careful. The meal was delicious and the drink service in the lounge was also enjoyed. Thank you.
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      From$186
      3.5/53 Reviews
      It is an ordinary inn. I think it is easy to set up an action plan because it is close to Nagasaki Station. The thumbnail image is not related to the hotel facilities in the Tenshu Do hall or the Graver Garden.
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      From$40
      3.8/510 Reviews
      The bath on the upper floor was renewed and clean and the night view from the open-air bath was beautiful and good. However, it is a pity that there is no roof in the open-air bath.
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      From$184
      4.4/538 Reviews
      I booked and stayed with the hotel evaluation and the night view from the hotel was great. It was more than an evaluation or an evaluation. The hotel was beautiful and fashionable, and the response of the employee 々 was kind and polite and stress free. Really everyone responded with a smile! The night view from the room is also different from the photograph and the actual view of one's eyes. I ate in the hotel, but it is luxury itself to have the chef cook the night view with the iron plate back. It was a dinner that I enjoyed with my eyes and mouth. It was a hotel I wanted to stay when I visited Nagasaki again.
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      From$70
      4/52 Reviews
      I was skeptical at first because of the review here but turn out it was great! The place is really convenient, one stop from nagasaki station, convenient store nearby and even a mall within reach. the staff was really nice and the facility was the best, even better than cheap hotel. They prepare everything in enough amount, even toilet and bathroom are plenty. It feels like they try to accommodate more than earning money. The place was super clean. Really. I even check the narrow space between cupboard and fridge but there was no dust. Impressive. They also have small cafe/eatery in garage that open in evening to midnight. The room, or the dorm? the space you occupied is also good. It has place to store your luggage and small desk. They even have dressing room with full body mirror and lamp which was really cute. I stayed in female dorm by the way. the only downside is they don't have elevator and it easy to sneak out to guest area. But I would definitely recommend this place!
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      From$22
      4.5/542 Reviews
      Family breakfast nearby can be easily solved. The room is not large and cannot accommodate an extra bed. How many triple rooms are available. The location of the hotel is slightly off, and it takes about 7 or 8 minutes by tram. And if you want to change trains to JR station. If you bring a large suitcase, you should consider it! The picture shows the Lantern Festival Lantern Festival in the nearby China Town. It takes more than 10 minutes to walk. It is also recommended to go to Zordenburg! Paradise! People Shaojing praise!
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      From$44
      4.1/5105 Reviews
      The room was much larger than expected, the bed was very comfortable, the quilt was too hot, and there was Chinatown next to it, which was lively at noon. It's not far to the tram stop, and it's okay to walk to the art museum. Unfortunately, there are no parent-child activities on the weekends. It is very convenient to get a taxi to the hotel at night. There is a cake shop across the street which is affordable and sweet.
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      From$68
      4.1/5104 Reviews
      First of all, it was released at a low price, so I was satisfied. Most of the hotels in Japan are small but the rooms are spacious, so I reserved a single room, but I upgraded to a twin room and used it very spacious and comfortable. It was comfortable and cozy again. Staff was very friendly and of a good standard. Its location is in the middle of Inasayama, so it's hard to walk in the city, but there is no inconvenience for shuttle buses connecting the station to the hotel for people without cars. In addition, the large public bath was used well, and the breakfast was relaxing and delicious.
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      From$49
      4.1/524 Reviews
      We arrived at dusk, and the most impressive thing about coming to the hotel was the view of Nagasaki that looked down here. Because it is halfway up the mountain, the main landscape of the long-term city can be seen. The hotel has a connecting vehicle. In the morning, it is picked up at the station at 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, and the whole point departs from the hotel. In the afternoon, the whole point was picked up at the station until the last shuttle bus departed from Nagasaki Station at 8:00 pm. However, it is better to confirm with the information center on the right hand side of the station. Very punctual, the driver uncle is also very kind. The front desk of the hotel is also very welcoming, with a little English, and special hands and feet. The night view at night is also great. Highly recommended!
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      From$110
      4.3/5129 Reviews
      I booked a twin room. There are only two socket holes in the whole room (manual smile). One is next to the TV and the other is in the toilet. How do you charge it? 😕 😡In addition, when you first entered the toilet door, there was a musty smell! And when I opened the faucet in the shower, it turned out yellow water! ! It took a while to become clear water! Other than that, the room is big and has a coffee machine. There are several restaurants in the hotel, and it is very close to the station and the shopping mall!
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      From$53
      4.1/5100 Reviews
      Good place to stay. Curtains for privacy in the dorm. Clean place. Good WiFi. Helpful staff. Free breakfast (toast, jam, coffee). I just wish the prices would be more affordable for backpacker's. Awesome hammock to hang around and have a nap :)
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      From$53
      4.6/5125 Reviews
      I was going back on a day trip, but the facilities in Nagasaki city were too substantial and stayed in a hurry. I accidentally discovered when I was looking for a hotel with hot bath facilities near the station. Search for today's accommodation price in the hotel lobby. I knew the cold and the full content of the hotel, so I decided by the amount presented by the hotel. The elevator is rare in a business hotel and 3,4 units. Security is also safe to push the card key and the accommodation floor. On the first floor, there is a convenience store (which can be entered and left by hotel key), and the hotel original snack is prepared at night, and the hot bath facilities are also complete with inner bath, open-air bath and sauna. Both can be selected because there is a shower room in the room. It is good to go with a feeling like a hiding hotel because it is located one step away from the street. It is recommended to enjoy the night view and the emotion of Nagasaki depending on the place.
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      From$76
      4.2/5104 Reviews
      A few hundred meters from JR Nagasaki Station, the location is OK, excluding breakfast, so there is no breakfast, I don't know the breakfast. The room is small and will give the children a wash bag when they check in. The room twin beds can be combined, the toilet and shower are dry and wet separated and easy to use. There is a tram stop at the entrance, go to Inasayama to see the night view, go to the Peace Park, the Cathedral, the original explosion memorial is very convenient, the tram is 130 yen for adults, one ticket system. If you go to Huis Ten Bosch, take JR for about an hour and a half.
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      From$40
      4/5101 Reviews
      Very satisfied with a cost-effective four-storey hotel. A total of two rooms I have booked are on the fourth floor, a small regret. The small beds in the room are very clean, the tourists are consciously restrained, so they sleep very quietly. The bathroom and bathroom are conveniently outside the bedroom. Stayed for six days, although the fourth floor was full, but never waited for the toilet and bath. The hygienic aspect is commendable, and the toilet is white and clean and pleasant. The large mirror on both sides of the washstand has a hair dryer that is very user-friendly. Many hand towels are changed twice a day. The cleaning work is mainly a few Japanese students working hourly and very dedicated. The boss is a Japanese who has returned to China overseas and is very approachable. The overall tone is white, clean and tidy. Simple and stylish decoration style and all kinds of kitchen supplies and a variety of expensive seasonings and green tea, coffee, spacious and bright lobby and customer-oriented business philosophy and the enthusiasm of the staff attracted a large number of overseas guests. There is a loft for rest on the edge of the lobby, which can be relaxed at home. When the supermarket buys food and puts the label on the large refrigerator, it can save a lot of time and money and can really experience the daily diet of the Japanese. Sitting in the lobby and charging coffee to eat omelettes or omelet steaks feels like Starbucks. The location of the hotel is very good, not long after the trip is the bustling shopping street, everything you want can be bought here. Buses to the attractions and airport buses are also close by. The guest rooms are also very modest and friendly. Going to Nagasaki without having to do a Raiders, as long as you go to the store to ask the clerk, a very warm hotel, strongly recommended to domestic friends. In addition, the boss is still not far away, and it is very good. You can see the beautiful scenery outside the window.
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      From$47
      3.4/551 Reviews
      I chose this hotel for the purpose of night view, and since it was used by one person, I used the room of ”single Western room (night view side)”, but it was a failure. You can see the night view, but the main building is on the left and bottom of the window, obstructing the panoramic view. Also, this room is dim during the day, and when the lights are turned on at night, the ceiling lights at the entrance are unusually dazzling. I had to turn off the wall switch to turn off the lights, but then the ceiling lights in the room were turned off, and I couldn't use it even though I had a lighting remote control. There was no outlet in the washbasin of the old unit bath in the room, and I couldn't use a hair dryer. There were many inconveniences and the room was very uncomfortable for me. However, the night view from the lobby and the large communal bath (including the women's bath!) Is superb! It is also fresh that the washing area of the large communal bath was a tatami mat. If I wanted to see a similar night view, I later learned that ”15 tatami Japanese-style room (night view side)” was recommended, and I found out that there are various types of ”(night view side)”, which made me very disappointed. The staff were all kind and kind, and even though they were used alone, they were able to pick up and drop off between the station and the hotel. The breakfast buffet was lonely with a small number of items, but the staff was very kind here as well. Furthermore, when I posted a review because I had made a reservation with Jalan, I received a very sincere reply, and I was very impressed with the attitude of listening to each person's word-of-mouth opinions. Next, I would like to confirm the type of room and use the room with a superb view this time.
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      From$67
      3.7/515 Reviews
      Very good location, very convenient
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      From$90
      4/5129 Reviews
      The service and facilities are very clean and clean. The room is very Japanese. I am used to it and it feels good, but in general it may feel a little crowded. Compared to domestic hotels, it ’s in Nagasaki JR. It's convenient to stand everywhere to eat and drink around. The brothers and sisters at the front desk are also very good. I went to the attractions before and I marked the map and asked Luca to be kind.
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      From$34
      3.7/51 Reviews
      At first glance, it seems to be an old hotel, but soon after I entered, I felt ”this is a good hotel”. The front desk staff is smiling and the response is perfect. Although the building is old, it seems that things that can be updated, such as interior and air conditioning, have been updated. Cleaning is also fine and there is a feeling of cleanliness that can cover the oldness enough. From a little service, devising, posting, etc., I felt the care to connect to the satisfaction of the customer, and it became a comfortable stay. It is located on a small hill and you will walk up from Nagasaki station and bus terminal, but if it is not bitter, it is recommended.
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      From$55
      4.3/5102 Reviews
      In the business district, it is super convenient to go shopping during the day, and go to the izakaya for dinner at night! The location is rare! The room is a small room that is common in Japan and may not be too small in Japan. If the price can be cheaper, the breakfast is good! Will choose to stay again!
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      From$48
      4.3/5128 Reviews
      The food service was wonderful. I was guided to my seat and looked at the menu, which was sashimi. When I told him that I didn't like raw fish, he immediately changed it to sautéed fish. It's also delicious. For the last two dishes, when I was full, I asked them to replace the noodles in the pot with rice, and honestly, when I told them I wanted to take them back to my room, they made rice balls with salmon. When I told him that I couldn't finish the chicken in the pot, he cooked it with sauce and prepared it so I could take it back to my room. It's just so delicious.  The coffee, which guests can grind themselves for free, is also delicious. The room was also kept clean. It was a great satisfaction.
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      From$128