Hotels Near Prunenoki In Kameoka

4/5Very Good13 Reviews
3.25km from Prunenoki
Kyoto Keburikawa Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Kameoka, whether exploring or just passing through. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Take advantage of the hotel's car park, restaurant, coffee shop, elevator, vending machine. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, heating, television. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as hot spring bath. Kyoto Keburikawa Hotel is an excellent choice from which to explore Kameoka or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
FromUS$224
4.5/5Excellent8 Reviews
3.51km from Prunenoki
We had a lovely stay here. The staff was extremely pleasant and accommodating. The food was delicious and they were very helpful in steering us away from seafood which neither of us care for. The room was lovely - Japanese-style with Kimono and tabi- It was more difficult to get to than we had anticipated- a good 45 minute trip out of Kyoto. Need to take a local train and then either a shuttle or a taxi. I wouldn’t recommend it if you were just there to tour Kyoto but we wanted a spa-type relaxed environment which it definitely is with Lovely hot springs. Nice gift shop. We enjoyed all of it!
FromUS$454
4.6/5Outstanding8 Reviews
3.67km from Prunenoki
It was a wonderful experience staying at Syoenso Hozukawatei. The staff was very polite and helpful with setting everything up as well as translating for us. There are a myriad of hot springs ranging from indoor to outdoor, from regular to medicinal baths. Adding to that the rooms were spacious and cozy giving a nice view of the mountain. Finally to top it all of the food was delicious with multi course meals for dinner and breakfast that highlighted the local delicacies. It was a wonderful visit! Plus the pillows were amazing!
FromUS$81
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
3.89km from Prunenoki
The place is very nice and the air is good! Many locals feel comfortable
FromUS$308
3.5/55 Reviews
4.39km from Prunenoki
We stayed at the Keizankaku ryokan as a family of two adults and two school age children. We chose the Keizankaku because it has rooms that features private outdoor baths so you can experience the Japanese onsen without going to a more public bath. It also advertises as a child-friendly ryokan so we were confident that our children would be welcomed as guests. The clientele was mostly Japanese. The Keizankaku is located in the mountains outside of Kyoto, about 45 minutes away by car or by public transportation. The ryokan provides a bus to and from Kameoka Station so it is possible to get here on public transportation. The ryokan building is not traditional, consisting of several low-rise buildings, so don’t expect Japanese authenticity in the building. The interior is very typical of ryokans of this class and of this age, dominated by late 70’s early 80’s furnishings, fluorescent lighting, and a pink-pastel color scheme. All of it is clean and functional, but neither authentically Japanese nor modern. We stayed in a Japanese style room with Private open air bath in the Second Building. In my opinion, this is the room to get for those people who want to experience Japanese baths without having to go to a public bath. The room is a typical Japanese tatami room where the sitting area is converted into the sleeping area in the evening by the maids. It was spacious and nice enough for our family. We had our kaiseki dinner in a private room instead of in our room. Our dinner setup had individual tables and chairs in a tatami room which was frankly more comfortable for our kids than sitting on the floor. The meal was good, with really wide variety of dishes. One highlight was the fugu which is a poisonous pufferfish which requires special skills to prepare. The child meal was unexpectedly large … basically it had the same number of courses as the adult meal, but replaced the complicated dishes (such as the aforementioned fugu) with simpler items. Overall, it was a good (but not WOW!) meal, and a good introduction to this style of dining. In our opinion, the breakfast buffet was a more satisfying meal because it was simpler in preparation. It featured both western breakfast items, as well as a huge assortment of Japanese breakfast dishes. There was something here for everyone, and lots of things to try. The Keizankaku is admittedly a little out-of-the-way from mainstream Kyoto, but it can be worth the effort depending on your needs for the ryokan experience.
FromUS$222
3.5/55 Reviews
8.74km from Prunenoki
Cottage-style hotel in the suburbs of Kyoto, Kameoka. We have an internet room for those who require connection.
FromUS$33
3.5/55 Reviews
9.12km from Prunenoki
Business Hotel Sun Royal is a pleasant business hotel located just a 5 minute walk from Kameoka Station. Recommended also for leisure trips, the hotel has bright and spotless guest rooms that are relaxing and come with specialty beds. Inside the hotel is a small shop, a massage service, as well as dry cleaning services. Enjoy Kameoka's various festivals and Kyoto's famous Gion Matsuri. High-speed internet access (LAN) is available in most guest rooms.
FromUS$61

Hotels Near Prunenoki In Kameoka Review

4.6/58 Reviews
It was a wonderful experience staying at Syoenso Hozukawatei. The staff was very polite and helpful with setting everything up as well as translating for us. There are a myriad of hot springs ranging from indoor to outdoor, from regular to medicinal baths. Adding to that the rooms were spacious and cozy giving a nice view of the mountain. Finally to top it all of the food was delicious with multi course meals for dinner and breakfast that highlighted the local delicacies. It was a wonderful visit! Plus the pillows were amazing!
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FromUS$81
4.5/58 Reviews
We had a lovely stay here. The staff was extremely pleasant and accommodating. The food was delicious and they were very helpful in steering us away from seafood which neither of us care for. The room was lovely - Japanese-style with Kimono and tabi- It was more difficult to get to than we had anticipated- a good 45 minute trip out of Kyoto. Need to take a local train and then either a shuttle or a taxi. I wouldn’t recommend it if you were just there to tour Kyoto but we wanted a spa-type relaxed environment which it definitely is with Lovely hot springs. Nice gift shop. We enjoyed all of it!
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FromUS$454
4.5/511 Reviews
The place is very nice and the air is good! Many locals feel comfortable
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FromUS$308
3.5/55 Reviews
We stayed at the Keizankaku ryokan as a family of two adults and two school age children. We chose the Keizankaku because it has rooms that features private outdoor baths so you can experience the Japanese onsen without going to a more public bath. It also advertises as a child-friendly ryokan so we were confident that our children would be welcomed as guests. The clientele was mostly Japanese. The Keizankaku is located in the mountains outside of Kyoto, about 45 minutes away by car or by public transportation. The ryokan provides a bus to and from Kameoka Station so it is possible to get here on public transportation. The ryokan building is not traditional, consisting of several low-rise buildings, so don’t expect Japanese authenticity in the building. The interior is very typical of ryokans of this class and of this age, dominated by late 70’s early 80’s furnishings, fluorescent lighting, and a pink-pastel color scheme. All of it is clean and functional, but neither authentically Japanese nor modern. We stayed in a Japanese style room with Private open air bath in the Second Building. In my opinion, this is the room to get for those people who want to experience Japanese baths without having to go to a public bath. The room is a typical Japanese tatami room where the sitting area is converted into the sleeping area in the evening by the maids. It was spacious and nice enough for our family. We had our kaiseki dinner in a private room instead of in our room. Our dinner setup had individual tables and chairs in a tatami room which was frankly more comfortable for our kids than sitting on the floor. The meal was good, with really wide variety of dishes. One highlight was the fugu which is a poisonous pufferfish which requires special skills to prepare. The child meal was unexpectedly large … basically it had the same number of courses as the adult meal, but replaced the complicated dishes (such as the aforementioned fugu) with simpler items. Overall, it was a good (but not WOW!) meal, and a good introduction to this style of dining. In our opinion, the breakfast buffet was a more satisfying meal because it was simpler in preparation. It featured both western breakfast items, as well as a huge assortment of Japanese breakfast dishes. There was something here for everyone, and lots of things to try. The Keizankaku is admittedly a little out-of-the-way from mainstream Kyoto, but it can be worth the effort depending on your needs for the ryokan experience.
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FromUS$222
4.7/5914 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
I will continue to choose this hotel next time. The location is superior and the service is serious. There is a drug store and a convenience store downstairs. The subway is 5 minutes away. Recommend everyone to consider staying in Tokyo. If the family of three is not recommended to book a double bed, the two beds in the twin room may not be comfortable. Directly from the Narita Airport Keisei Line Pay attention to the front terminal sign, not every train can be reached.
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FromUS$53
4.6/5775 Reviews
Shinjuku
The location of the hotel is about five or six minutes walk from the south exit of Shinjuku Station. The view on the high floors is good. Nishi-Shinjuku buildings are unobstructed. The front desk service is very nice. When checking in, I said お tired れ様です and handed over the towel. The room was not big but enough The only small flaw that feels pretty good with cleaning is that the window is not particularly large, but overall the price/performance ratio is already super high
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FromUS$56
4.7/5952 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, the traffic is very convenient, two subway stations are just outside the door, there are a lot of eating and shopping in the next two or three business districts, there is a shopping mall diagonally opposite, there is a Chinese restaurant on the ground floor, the cost is very high, the taste is also very good . The breakfast in the hotel itself is very good. There are three places to eat. The western breakfast on the top floor is the best, followed by the western food on the Lobby floor. The Japanese breakfast on the Lobby floor is exquisite but not full. The room is clean and hygienic. The area for two adults with one child is large enough. The bed is wide enough. The large bed is 2 meters wide. The garden inside the hotel is very beautiful, the garden is a standard Japanese garden, and there is an artificial waterfall. Generally speaking, it is very suitable for parent-child travel!
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FromUS$190
4.5/5558 Reviews
Shinjuku
I stayed for consecutive nights because of the corona vaccination being carried out at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. It has been used several times It is a beautiful hotel with no complaints. Cleaning is also perfect. This time the outside scenery was not good in the room, but it was good because I could relax in the room slowly. You can stay cheaply and get rid of the tiredness of work, which is really helpful. I look forward to working with you next month.
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FromUS$64
4.3/5443 Reviews
Shinjuku
Size of the room type: Considering the price point, it can be considered in Shinjuku area. After all, you can't expect a large area of 20-30 square meters for a few hundred blocks. By the way, if the luggage is too large, it may not be easy to expand. Transportation: It is close to the subway station Shinjuku Sanchome, but it is not particularly close. You need to walk a long way. There are various undocumented inside houses. Unfortunately, foreigners dare not look into it. It seems that there is no other comment on living at high levels at night It ’s so noisy, and the sound insulation of the room has not been actually tested, anyway, it is quite satisfactory From the perspective of personal travel, overall is pretty good
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FromUS$39
4.8/5230 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
Environment, service, and sanitation are first-rate. I do n’t have to say the location. I really like the design of the room. It ’s the Japanese style I chose for breakfast. I did n’t have enough to eat. I used a bowl of porridge until afternoon tea. I had to make a reservation by the window in advance. Replaced with a jewelry box. One of the small improvements is that we can't check in at less than three o'clock when we check in. We recommend to go out and go around. In the winter, we wait outside at three o'clock as a first-class hotel and we have not arranged a warm and comfortable waiting area. The bed looks uneven from the surface. Uneven
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FromUS$816
4.7/51003 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area
The room is arranged on the 18th floor, facing the Tokyo Tower. It’s so happy 🥳...The breakfast is on the 33rd floor. It is not luxurious and exquisite. Facing the tower view, I feel comfortable and have a great appetite! There are Tokyo Tower, parks, gardens, and Zojoji Temple, the tomb of General Tokugawa’s family, so adults and children can stroll around. The room facilities are very pleasant: not to mention the separation of dry and wet, the bathtub and the shower are separated, and it feels great!
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FromUS$505
4.3/5163 Reviews
Cleanliness Top class with no holes. However, I didn't know the location and the extension number of the front desk for air conditioning during the night, so when I called with my cell phone, the cleaner mistakenly said that I was checking out or I couldn't call the front desk from the room. The staff, who were as ignorant as I thought, responded. Elevators are also not recommended as we do not know the entrance to the elevators to the lower and upper floors at all.
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FromUS$698
4.6/53666 Reviews
Shinjuku
The location of the hotel is very good, it is very convenient to eat and buy things. The twin room was quite large and there were no problems with the two boxes tiled on the floor. Close to Shinjuku subway exit. Take the subway from the east exit or exit 13B, you can basically go straight to the hotel. Getting to and from the airport is also easy and convenient. Take the JR NEX directly to the airport. It's super convenient to go to Kamakura by Odakyu
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FromUS$90
4.6/5512 Reviews
Haneda Airport/Kamata
The hotel's location is very convenient, just on the departure floor of the International Departure Terminal of Haneda Airport. After reading other reviews, some said it was at counter L and some said it was at counter J. Go directly to the N check-in counter (the innermost one) on the departure floor, and then at the end of the counter is the hotel entrance. See Figures 1, 2, and 3. The front desk of the hotel is on this floor, then take the elevator to the floor where the room is located. The hotel is much larger than I expected. The 2nd to 7th floors of this terminal are all hotel rooms. The room is not big, but it is not too small. Because the child is not charged, there are only 2 beds that are put together. Slippers and pillows are for two people, you can go to the front desk and ask for another. Although the rooms are small, they are fully equipped and have bathtubs. The hotel's breakfast is said to be good, but it doesn't open until 6 o'clock. On our 8 o'clock flight, we didn't order breakfast. The restaurant also serves dinner. There are many other restaurants in the terminal, as well as fast food like Yoshinoya. If you have nothing to do, you can go to the observation deck to watch the plane take off and land. The walls and windows of the room were well soundproofed, and the sound of the plane taking off and landing was completely audible, but the soundproofing of the door was poor, and the sound of the corridor was clear. Overall, it is very suitable for people who fly early.
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FromUS$112
4.7/51059 Reviews
Suidobashi/Tokyo Dome
The room booked this time did not include breakfast. I saw that breakfast was very rich when passing by. The facilities are complete and the service attitude has not been said. It is really good. The room size is average. The price is 800 yuan. It can't be too bright. The location is good. It is a 5-minute walk from both Iidabashi Station and Suidobashi Station. The hotel's Rosen convenience store and the family across the street are convenient for breakfast. Another two minutes walk from Suidobashi Station is the Tokyo Dome. There is also a great value shack in the Shake Shack. It is very convenient to go to Sensoji Temple, Sky Tree, Ueno Park, museums, etc. It is just over an hour to Narita Airport.
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FromUS$59
4.7/5837 Reviews
I stayed in February, but this time it was even more comfortable 😆 The view was wonderful when I booked with Standard, and although I was stressed and irritated, I was healed by the night view 😆 The view was disappointing in the previous economy, but this time I knew that there were plenty of equipment such as a magnifying glass with a light that was nice for women who were not in that room, and I wanted to stay in both rooms as well.
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FromUS$108
4.5/5246 Reviews
Shibuya
Taking my mother to Tokyo, choosing this hotel is really convenient. The traffic is right at Shibuya intersection, next to 109 department stores, and across the road from Hachiko exit. Convenient transportation, Yamanote Line, Subway Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line, and even Yokohama also go directly to Yokohama Express, eliminating the need to take your mother to walk with luggage on the road to find, 1 hour from Haneda to the hotel, It takes about two and a half hours. This is the second time I have lived, and I will stay here anyway.
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FromUS$76
4.7/51381 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
The location is very good and the shopping is very convenient. The transportation is convenient. The subway is on the right hand side when you go out. Both Narita and Haneda airports are very convenient. I read someone's introduction. The airport booked a shuttle bus to and from Limousine. The ticket office was on the way out. Below the photo, 4500 round-trips. The return trip needs to be confirmed. The return journey is at the Courtyard Marriott. 6 minutes. So there is no chance to experience the train and it should be very convenient. The only drawback of buses is that there are some traffic jams during peak hours. The subway / train may be faster with less luggage. The rooms are satisfactory, not small, clean, the staff is very friendly, and breakfast is ok. The disadvantage is that breakfast is the same for two days, it is estimated that staying a few more days will be blocked; there are more than 10 channels on TV, and none of them can be seen.
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FromUS$57
4.7/5273 Reviews
Ueno/Asakusa
Stayed one night and the room size can also be considered to open two large boxes. Check out at 11 o'clock in the evening. A man's face was cold and we explained some information. The girl who checked in at the front desk in the morning was very serviceful. Ying also showed us the way, thank you very much for the price.
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FromUS$36
4.8/5714 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
I don't know how to evaluate this hotel. The good places are very good, and the strange places are also very strange ... The hotel is in a good location, very close to Ginza, the front desk service is very good, and one day breakfast voucher is also presented. There are four restaurants for breakfast, American, French, Japanese and cafeteria, with slightly different opening hours. We went to the cafeteria on the 17th floor. The dishes were very rich. The ending time was a little early, and it ended at 9:30. The room is slightly small and the bathroom is not separated from wet and dry. Facilities are average, and health is good. The overall service is very good, but also encountered a small episode, knocking on the door to clean in the morning, before we go out, we said to clean an hour later. But after a while someone rang the doorbell, and it took only a few seconds. I didn't respond. A guy swiped in directly, took two bottles of water, and stayed in so many hotels. At least make sure that no one in the room swipes in again! I didn't apologize for seeing us in the room! I thought I gave two bottles of water before we went out, so I took the water out. I didn't expect to come back at night and found that there was no more water for cleaning. I did n’t understand this operation ... and we ate the instant noodle bowl Because of the soup in it, it was not thrown into the trash can, placed on the table, and was not cleaned up. Called to ask the reason, and explained that we thought we would eat again, but there was only a bite of soup in the instant noodle bowl. At first glance, it was garbage. Who would eat it? So I want to know where to throw the bowl next time if I eat instant noodles? Or does the hotel's regulations only take away in the trash? Due to the above problems, especially if someone in the room swipes the card directly to enter the door, it affects the check-in experience. Overall pretty good ~
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FromUS$352
4.6/51441 Reviews
Ikebukuro commercial
I have stayed at quite a few hotels so far, but the location, facilities and services have made me the most satisfying stay. It may be because it is a corona, but it has a good balance with the price, and the employees are very polite, and they can trust and entrust various things. Since I am a musician, the existence of the practice room in the basement was also very useful. There is nothing to say if the tuning is done regularly, but it seems that there are not many users, so I can not say luxury.
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FromUS$50
4.6/51450 Reviews
Shinjuku
Many places have been amazed by just staying in this hotel for two days. Needless to say, the hygiene of most hotels in Japan is very good. The charm of this hotel is that the service is really good, whether it is the staff at the service counter or the reception staff at the door, they treat any guest with a smile on their faces and politely. I remember when I checked in, the young lady who received me talked and laughed with me with a smile on her face. The service was superb. And there is also a service to deliver food to the room, especially during the epidemic, it is very convenient without having to go out to eat. The cost of meals is a bit expensive, and the taste depends on personal preference. It looks more delicate. I have ordered some meals, they taste great and they taste very satisfying.
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FromUS$115
4.7/5634 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
I mentioned to concierge that I went to Tokyo to celebrate my birthday. I hope I can book at the Shuriyobashi Jiro Main Store and try my best to book a birthday lunch at Roppongi branch. I ’m still very happy. As soon as I entered the room, I saw the hotel prepared for me. Birthday cake is so delicious! Very heartwarming service, the rooms are large and the facilities are luxurious and complete! The concierge service is too professional and kind, the mission must be reached!
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FromUS$803
4.7/5258 Reviews
The Tokyo company is recommended to stay here on business, walking distance from the office. Otherwise, maybe, I really don't choose this one ... Needless to say in terms of health. Japanese hotels or folk customs are generally very high. This home is no exception. But the equipment in the room is really too old, the smell of toilet aging permeates the whole room. The service staff are very welcoming and friendly, and they can help in time if there is a problem or need. The highlight of the hotel is the environment of the hotel. Japanese-style gardens and artificial waterfalls are quite powerful in places like Tokyo. All in all, if the hotel can be renovated, it will definitely come again.
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FromUS$270
4.9/5166 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
It was the most wonderful hotel stay experience. The hotel was booked by me temporarily. If I had to add an extra bed, I immediately agreed and asked about the arrival time. The hotel is directly opposite Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace. The scenery is unobstructed, and it is worth a day to sit on the sofa. The waiter in the lobby bar is very enthusiastic, but unfortunately the window is full, otherwise the wine and wine are invincible. Since I had to catch the early flight to return home, I went to the front desk and asked if I could cancel the breakfast. I didn't think that the young lady at the front desk could let us eat directly in the room after communication. Just inform the package type in advance and there is no extra charge. This service is simply intimate. Room service is available twice in this hotel and once in the evening around 8:30. The only downside is the semi-buffet breakfast in the hotel, not many choices
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FromUS$319
4.6/5473 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area
Worthy of being a five-star hotel. Every staying guest received VIP-level reception services from all the staff of the hotel. Great! The location of the hotel is not to be chosen, directly overlooking the panoramic view of Tokyo Bay. Downstairs is the Takeshiba Wharf, where every summer cool boat docks here, and a large number of young Japanese men and women wearing traditional national costumes go up and down. The corridor on the third floor of the hotel is connected to Takeshiba Station on the Yurikamome Line Light Rail. Take the Yurikou Line for four stops to reach Odaiba. Experience the miraculous project of land reclamation in Japan. I will choose to stay here next time I come to Japan. You can walk to Tokyo Tower in 15 minutes. As a Pirate fan, you must come!
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FromUS$188
4.5/588 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi
Family of three, child 7 years old. When placing an order, it is clear that no extra bed will be charged. The bed is one meter eight, and three people can sleep. The view of the room is very good, you can see the night view of Tokyo in the bathtub. The service staff has a good attitude, and can communicate with the needs in a timely manner. Great location, just 27th floor of the building to the left of the main entrance of Marunouchi Station in Tokyo Station. There is a bus stop at the entrance, and the surrounding transportation is convenient. It is super cheap to take a bus to Lake Kawaguchi and Hanedar Narita Airport.
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FromUS$193
4.7/51081 Reviews
Suidobashi/Tokyo Dome
Recommend this hotel. The transportation is convenient. It is about 10 minutes' walk from Chitose Station, and it is just walking along the road in front of the station. You don't need to turn around, you can see it straight ahead, so you don't have to look for it. And there is a central bus stop sign in front of 711 next to the hotel, you can go to the airport, 230 about 20 minutes per person. The new area of facilities is large, the newly opened hotel is well decorated, and the facilities are well-equipped. There are still 21 square meters of twin room, which is quite spacious. In addition, the pictures on the agency website are not as good as the real scenes. I went to see the room and said that it was more beautiful than the pictures. Third, there are many dining options around. Downstairs is a seemingly famous izakaya, the menu is not expensive, but the seats are fully booked. But it doesn’t matter. When you walk to AEON in 6 or 7 minutes, you can eat Wang Jiang and you can buy breakfast in the supermarket. In short, it is cost-effective and suitable for transit to Lake Toya, Lake Chibe, Noboribetsu, and Hoshino. In addition, the bus to the airport next to the hotel came from Chibuhu Hot Spring Street.
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FromUS$75
4.6/5169 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
After a long time, I received "comfortable customer service". Especially the breakfast restaurant people, both the service staff and the cook clothes, were very helpful. There was "concern for customers". Thank you very much. When I searched for a hotel to stay in, I was convinced that it came out alongside other luxury hotels, which is exactly "more than the price". And the exterior and interior of the building were nice, and the floor number display of the elevator was very cute!
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FromUS$40
4.8/5321 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji
The hotel has a sense of design, and the space is large in Ginza. The biggest advantage is the good location, which is a good choice for friends who like shopping. However, the hotel's work efficiency is very low, it will take about 10 minutes to check in and check out. The staff were mostly polite but never welcoming and sometimes it didn't feel very comfortable. The most speechless thing was that in the early morning on the day of check-out, I was swiped 10,000 RMB. When I checked out, I asked the front desk. I just said that I was sorry. However, if I don't ask, this 10,000 will be wiped out in vain. This kind of problem occurs in an upscale hotel, which is inexplicable and incomprehensible.
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FromUS$178