In front of the station has the most abundant and beautiful hotels.
I used a single twin room, but the room is not that big and clean, but it feels a bit dull.
Perhaps because of one-time use, one of the beds could not be used because the mattress was removed. Is there no need to go that far? I feel.
The comfort level is completely single specification. I did not put any extras.
I entered the room at night, but because there was a big window to the west, the setting sun was dazzling, so I closed the curtains, but a big insect like a piranha was hovering outside the window. At first I thought it was outside, but after a closer look, it turned out to be inside, so I quickly called the front desk and took it apart. The response was quick and good, but although it was a room on the 7th floor, I didn't expect that there were bugs in it, so I was a little excited.
The highest point is the large bath on the first floor. "Large" is a bit exaggerated. "It can accommodate 16 people." Although it is an artificial hot spring, it is good to be able to warm up comfortably. It is said that it can be used at 5 o'clock in the morning, so I used it again the next morning.
The adjacent parking lot (coin-operated parking lot) is also very cheap, 500 yen is also good for guests.
The hotel that used to camp in Daejeon seems to have closed, so this is the first time I use this hotel, but next time I want to use it again.