6-24 Shoningahama-cho, Beppu, Oita, Japan
"From the Hakata Hakata, take the Shinkansen to Kokura for an hour, and from Kokura, take the express train to Beppu Station in Beppu for an hour. (I didn't know that JR also went directly to Hakata Station when I came back) Check-in recommended in the little red book-の の の-晴 海 SHIOSAI-NO-YADO SAIKAI. The hotel has just been renovated. The rooms are large and equipped with basic baths. The main selling point is facing the sea (Pacific) soaking in hot springs. The rooms also have wooden rafters. The three buildings are empty の, sunny の and sea の. There is an indoor hot spring bath on the eighth floor of Qingnodong, and an open-air bath on the first floor of Hainodong (Figure 1). The hotel has two Japanese restaurants and a Western breakfast room. Breakfast is 6: 30-9: 00, and a full Western breakfast is available. Let us satisfy those who like oatmeal, yogurt and omelette for breakfast. Hotel services are generally okay, check-in does not require check-in at the front desk, waiting on the sofa for service staff to come forward to serve. It is our little Indian brother who pronounces Japanese in English, which really makes me incomprehensible. One free welcome drink. The staff will deliver your luggage directly to the room. But the service content needs to be improved: First, the hotel does not have a limo to and from the station. Second, there is no ice water or free drinks in the hot spring area or rest area. Third, you need to walk outside the service area before washing to drink ice water. (Chinese ordinary baths are equipped with water dispensers). Fourth, the hot spring service area provides a lot of comics, but unfortunately it is all Japanese, and you can only guess at the pictures! After bathing in the hot springs, I feel soft and hungry. The hotel is across from KFC. Beppu is small, and taxis generally cost around 1,000 yen. Very cheap!"
"I stayed in two rooms for two nights, one was 128 square meters of morning fog, and the other was 80 square meters on the same building on the third floor (with open-air bath). The service is great, and when the Chinese front desk is available in various hotels in Kyushu for 20 days, the Chinese waiters are the most professional and friendly (others are very common to fellow citizens, maybe related to the epidemic?) Invincible sea views, the public hot spring on the ground floor is very comfortable, and the breakfast is also Yes, the dinner is medium to high, the service is above standard everywhere, and there are various staff who can speak English fluently. It is an evocative journey. The bus downstairs is more convenient, and the KFC service on the opposite side is amazing (to the touch, and the sigh). Hope to have the opportunity to go back to check in, when everything returns to normal. Oita is a sister city in Wuhan. I donated a lot of masks and I could n’t buy them locally. Thank you for your hardship. (It is learned that we can't buy masks. The front desk gave us two of our work masks. Actually, they don't have many of them!)"
"We arrived at Beppu at noon, and then took the hand-drawn map and bought the 8 hell coupon (must buy it first) at the information station inside the station. After watching the blood hell, it took 16 to reach the hotel. Each train Timetable must be accurate, missed half an hour. Maybe the expectations of Qinghai are too high, but the service is average. The invincible sea view is beautiful. The hotel has an outdoor hot spring on the first floor of the new building and an indoor hot spring on the eighth floor of Haizhidong. They are separate for men and women. Ordered for dinner check-in, because there is really nothing around, there is only one kfc. Japanese cuisine and seafood cuisine are separated from two restaurants. We ordered seafood cuisine bamboo and tsubaki. The price difference is 3,000 yen. There is actually no difference. Bamboo is beef, tsubaki is pork belly, and the taste is OK. The breakfast was western style, very satisfied, and finally we could have some bread, fruit, juice, salad and omelette ..., oh."