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Firstly....the impression I had was I've just check into a world war torn hotel.....gosh....it's like this hotel does not care of their refurbishment......what a poor condition hotel. Everything is old.....or extremely old.....the photo speak for itself.....unless you could stomach such condition....then I guess it's ok.....we...More
I stayed two nights in a shared room on the fifth floor. Originally a dining room, they simply moved the tables into the hallway, put in a stack of futons and called it "backpacker accommodation". It was not a nice place to stay; the facilities...More
Hotel location is good. We stayed in a tatami room for 4 and being a corner unit, we can see the lake on our left and Mt Fuji on our right side. Very good environment and they provide free shuttle in the morning from 8am...More
My worst stay ever in any hotel in this world. The room was smelly. You will find urine stains all over the toilet. I think I have skin rash after using their duvet. Staffs are not polite which is very unusual of Japanese. My stay...More
The room was smelly. The staff was very unfriendly over the phone asking for an early pick up. The hotel needs huge renovation and price changes.
The breakfast is very japanese. You cannot leave your luggage even at the reception later than 3 pm after...More
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The shared bathroom is for toilet and wash basin only. There is no shower on the sleeping floor. One has to wash in its onsen place which is located on the ground floor (or they call it 1/F). The bathroom is basically a Men... More
The shared bathroom is for toilet and wash basin only. There is no shower on the sleeping floor. One has to wash in its onsen place which is located on the ground floor (or they call it 1/F). The bathroom is basically a Men toilet with two standing urinal bowls (for male) together with two closed western toilet bowls (for either sex). The design is not convenient for female to use if a guy has already entered and standing there.