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0.55km from Sobachaya KochuHotels in Okayama do not have many Chinese guests staying in the hotel and the number of reviews is small. Write this review to provide as much useful information as possible for future users. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Ctrip, as a loyal old user for more than ten years, I also wish Ctrip become better and better and continue to provide convenient services for the travel of our customers!
This hotel is near JR [Okayama] Station. After arriving at Okayama Station, there are two ways to go to the hotel
1. If you take the airport bus, you will get off at the west exit of Okayama Station (in the direction of the stadium). After you get off, there will be an elevator next to you. From the first floor to the second floor, it will be a connecting passage. Go to the east exit of Yamagata Station (toward Korakuen). When you reach the end, there is an escalator. On the left hand side of the escalator, there is another elevator near the entrance of the Shinkansen. Take the second floor to B1 and enter the underground shopping street of Okayama Station. Follow the signs in the direction of BIC. Go to the underground passage and paste the white tiles on the ground. The section is suddenly bright and clean. There is a glass door on the left hand side. There is an exclusive elevator to reach the front desk on the fifth floor. --- This method is suitable for large luggage
2. You can also go to the east exit of Okayama Station, go down the escalator to the square on the first floor, walk towards the small fountain, then cross the intersection, enter the door directly opposite the bic, cross the bic, and it is the hotel elevator. between.
The front desk was very welcoming and there was a self-check-out machine next to the lounge sofa.
Booked a non-smoking twin room. The area in a Japanese hotel room is not too small, but tiling two 27-inch boxes is quite cramped. One of the beds was against the wall.
The one-time-formed whole bathroom can only be accessed by one step, which is a bit inconvenient and the furnishings are relatively simple. Fortunately, there should be some disposable items, and the shower is also more powerful.
The breakfast space is not large and the choice is not particularly many, but the price is high. I stayed in the Gambia hotel for 6 nights after the comparison: the two fruits are not Japanese, and only three types of grapefruit, orange, and pineapple are imported; this house has homemade beancurd, the Gambia has butter pumpkin; the bread variety is slightly more The space environment, the beauty of the utensils, Gambia won, but the other two qualities are almost the same. This family is 1200 yen per person, Gambia is just twice as expensive.