The Luxury villa in Marina Town provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Luxury villa in Marina Town is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Fukuoka. The hotel is only 5km from Ohorikoen Railway Station and 11km from Fukuoka Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. The closest major public transportation, Meinohama Metro Station, is only 1km away. With Oyamazumijinjaato Park, 福岡市早良図書館 and Fukuoka City Museum all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
The interior of the hotel was not photographed, only the window was photographed. The white building next to the Ferris wheel is the hotel. The rooms are quite spacious, the sanitation is clean and the service is good. We went to Nokoshima to play. It is very convenient to stay at this hotel, but we still need to get to the ferry boat and take a taxi on the return trip. The outlets on the side are really nothing to buy, but it is quite convenient to eat and eat, and there is a good place for a child to play. The hotel is a bit far from the subway station and the taxi price is ok.
The room is clean and the owner is very friendly. Although the house is only a 5-minute walk away from the subway station, the surrounding environment is very quiet and you can sleep until you wake up naturally. The room does not provide catering services, but there are various restaurants around the house, and the walking distance is about 3 to 10 minutes. The landlord is very friendly and can help guests who do not speak Japanese to book a taxi.
With a stay at this apartment in Fukuoka (Sawara-ku), you'll be a 3-minute walk from Nishijin Shopping District and 11 minutes by foot from Fukuoka City Museum. This apartment is 1 mi (1.7 km) from Fukuoka Tower and 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Fukuoka Yafuoku Dome.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. Conveniences include a microwave and a coffee/tea maker.
The hotel is large and spacious and very comfortable. The surrounding environment is also very good, very close to attractions such as Fugang City & Datun Park. There are also many convenience stores in the surrounding supermarkets. Good value for money, recommended. The front desk service is good.
Ordered by generations, the advantage is that it is close to the dome and the transportation is convenient. Hotel prices do not match, the price is not high, the hotel is old, the sound insulation is poor, the bathroom dripping sound is obvious, the hygiene is not clean, the pool bathtub is scaled, the air conditioning sound is very loud, Ctrip has booked non-smoking rooms, smoking rooms smoke Extremely heavy
Located in Fukuoka (Sawara-ku), AMP FLAT Nishijin 3 is steps from Nishijin Shopping District and a 3-minute drive from Fukuoka Yafuoku Dome. This apartment is 3.2 mi (5.2 km) from Canal City Hakata and 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Marine Messe Fukuoka.Featured amenities include microwave in a common area and refrigerator in a common area.Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment.
The hotel was really nice, located next
To the sea which the view was great. Really wanted to try the strawberry buffet but it was full booked! You can basically do everything in the hotel since the hotel is so big. The hot stone bath was good too. I will visit again! Thanks for the great stay
The room is very small, my wife and I live just right, the narrow aisle can not be fully opened, the toilet is small but complete, the hygiene is very clean every day, will change the new towel and bed sheet quilt, no smell. The front desk is very welcoming and will answer positive questions. There is free coffee on the 2nd floor. If you like coffee, you can go to the coffee yourself. You can use it in the microwave oven for free. You can take it back to the hotel and buy it after you buy it at the convenience store. Breakfast 800 yen does not include tax. If you want to eat at the front desk to pay for the breakfast coupon, you can eat it at the restaurant on the 2nd floor. The buffet type is quite varied and you can eat it very well. Go out and turn right for 2 minutes to get to the Tangrencho subway station. Go to the 3 stations of Tenjin for 8 minutes, go to Bodo 5 stations and arrive in 12 minutes, and go to Fukuoka Airport for about 16 minutes. It is super convenient. The hotel is surrounded by residential areas, very quiet, like quiet, we like it very much, three minutes walk to the family convenience store and 7-11 convenience store, self-sufficient.
Property Location With a stay at ONE’S HOTEL FUKUOKA in Fukuoka (Chuo-ku), you'll be minutes from Hawks Town and Ohori Park. This hotel is within close proximity of OH Sadaharu Baseball Museum and Fukuoka Yafuoku Dome. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 46 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Dining Continental breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 9 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours.
Hotels Near Yakitori Akabei Meinohama In Fukuoka Review
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.
No extra bed, free breakfast, it is a bit hard to find. Check-in time is too late and check-out time is too early. The room is too small for a single person to live in. The two-person room is just a 1.2-meter bed that is too small.
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 excellent, and there is no fear of rain from the subway entrance. The room is relatively small but it should be similar to other hotels in Japan. The pillows are relatively short. Breakfast 9:30 sharp cut, you can't get an extra cup of coffee. There are very few styles and it is the least of the hotel breakfast I have eaten in Japan. The waiter was polite, smiling and helpful.
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.
The location is very good, very close to the jr station, eating, drinking, traveling, shopping is too convenient. The newly opened, on the second floor of the bus station, needless to say, the bathroom has artificial carbonated hot spring pool to soak. When you live for a long time, you can't sleep at night.
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
Went family trip booking 2room for 4people.
I knew Japan hotel has small size room. And yeh It was.
was clean and cozy tho.
It's close to Hakata staion, takes 8-10min walking.
Coffee machine was epic. Taste was great.
I love to drink a cup coffee in the morning.
And was perfect.
Overall Great hotel.
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.
You can’t choose the type of room. The hotel offers a large room. Although there is no bathroom, there is a large bathhouse on the first floor. If you go to 11 o'clock in the evening, you can book your own room, which is not bad. The advantage is that check out can also store luggage in the hotel, and luggage can stay overnight, you don’t need to carry your luggage when you go to other places, like it
The room is small, it is more difficult to open 2 suitcases, and the wash basin is placed next to the bed. The toilet and the bathroom are separate, which is better for not grabbing the toilet, and not afraid to get wet after the shower. The bed was big enough and comfortable, and everyone cleaned the room every day and the room was clean. The view from the window is average. The hotel is behind the Nikko Hotel, and a short walk from the P4 exit of the underground exit of the Subway Airport Line West 8. It is a bit difficult to find at first, but it is easier to know the exit, and it is not too worried about the rain, because it can be reached through the underground street. Various stations and shopping malls.
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.
The room is very small. But hotel location is good and close to shopping. We parked the car in the hotel with additional fees and found it is quite convenient. There is a noodle place right next to the hotel is very good Ramen.
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
The room is a bit small, but the service is very good and there is a free car transfer to Hakata Station. Breakfast is no rice ball, this makes me very surprised! There are not many types of breakfast but can eat enough
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!
The new building was equipped with a large bathtub and a washroom, and many amenities including slippers were prepared in the room by default. The staff was polite and well trained. I borrowed an umbrella because it was rainy, but it was a little disappointing that it was a pretty damaged vinyl umbrella.
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