Rooms are basic. Small by US standards (but fairly normal for Japan) -- maybe 8' square. Most rooms have a single bed that will be short for anyone more than 5'10". A few double rooms which are slightly larger to accommodate the double bed. Bed is very hard (and I love firm beds). There is almost no floor space . . . if you have a large suitcase, you'll be stepping over it to get to the bathroom.
Bathroom is small. Shower is powerful and there is a deep, but very small, tub. There is liquid soap, shampoo and conditioner but no skin lotion. Hair dryer has almost no power so it will take forever.
TV has only Japanese channels. There is no wireless Internet; reportedly, there is wired service. Included breakfast consists of bread and water . . . well, also rice, coffee and apple juice. You're better off going to the bakery a short walk away.
The best thing about the hotel is its proximity to the town and the railway station. You're literally walking distance from restaurants, shops, transportation, etc.
The price is right but there's a reason this hotel always has rooms when every other hotel in the area is full. Bottom line . . . if you want a cheap and basic hotel room close to many amenities, this is the place. If you want a Comfort Inn standard, you'll be disappointed.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking