It was ok it was the last hotel of our stay. We will not stay here again. When we got there our bags were taken to our room. Gentleman left. We just put our stuff on the beds and left. We had plans. When we came back a couple hours later. I went to use the bathroom. Where there was a baby bug on the floor near toilet and one crawling on bathroom counter. I immediately called front desk man came up. Spoke to someone on phone for about 20 mins. Then moved us to a smaller room and added a cot. (We had a 3 bedroom room. Was going to comp our parking ticket. But we didn't have one. So they through in breakfast. Beds are not comfortable and most channels on the TV have a black box covering most of it with Japanese writing. We stayed in a Mystay when we 1st arrived in Toyko... It was then best. People really friendly, breakfast included and nice prices too. If you stay here be prepared for unfriendly people, over priced everything and a bad back when you wake up.
The room was clean, the staff was friendly. Its close to most things in town so quite convenient to leave your car and walk around the city. However, I had issues with the parking as it is not connected to the hotel. It was very hard to understand where you are suppose to park and what do to with the ticket so I ended up having to pay twice for the parking (once at check out and once trying to get out of the parking lot)
I’m not usually a picky person, but the staying experience in this hotel is extremely unpleasent
It’ mainly because of the SMELL. First of all, when I entered the hotel, the lobby was filled with disguisting toilet smell, and it was gross.
At night time, i am staying in a non-smoking floor but the room smells like exactly someone is smoking next to us, the smell is so strong that i couldn’t sleep well at all and it’s suffocating.
We called and requested to change a room but they were full sadly. Then we seek help from the reception and they borrow us a air frenshner, so we are able to sleep evetually.
I will credit them for their prompt remedy but still it made me so disgruntle. I just don’t recommed anyone to stay here, especially you have breathing problem.
This hotel has rather large rooms for Japanese standards. We paid about 75$ a night before tax including breakfast and thought that was on the cheaper side for what you receive. There is a gym but it cost extra, that seems to be standard for most of Okinawa. If you are planing day trips to some of the islands this hotel is a great option being connected to the boat terminal. Also there are a few busses that stop right in front of the hotel that can take you to about half the sight seeing options on the island. Very little to no English spoken by staff, I personally don't have a problem with that but it's good to know. About a 9-12 min walk to international street and 7-10 min walk to the monorail.
We really enjoyed this hotel. The room was large and clean, the beds comfy and the staff very welcoming. The breakfast was excellent. We walked to the main street, about 20 minutes, and caught the monorail to the lovely castle (suggest a monorail day pass as discount at the castle) and other locations. It was easy to catch the bus from the airport - bus 99 takes about 22 mins and drops you right outside the hotel at the 泊高橋停留所 Tomari takahashi teiryūjo stop. The bus leaves about every 30 mins during the day from just outside the domestic terminal exit (230 yen) - inside of the bus at the front there is an electronic sign that displays the next few stops. I found the timetable by hunting around on line. You could also catch the monorail from the airport to Miebashi but it would be a 10-15 minute walk to the hotel and you would need to go down a flight of stairs from the station (go down the street towards the port, turn right and the hotel is up the street a bit and on the other side of the road). There is a convenience store on the 8th floor of the hotel and also another one just outside the hotel entrance. It was also really convenient for catching the ferry to the islands. The booking office is the next door along to the hotel entrance. I went to gorgeousTokashiki for the day and it was all very easy to book at the terminal and get on the ferry. On leaving, we waited at the bus stop on the opposite side of the street, just a bit up from the hotel, and got on the first bus that said it was going to the airport. All in all a great memorable stay.