Largely because the description on Hotels.com of rooms available does not correspond with the hotels own description of rooms, we wound up having to change rooms 3 times during our 7 day stay. We made the bookings piecemeal because of changing travel plans, but we could not match what we already had because of inconsistent descriptions.
We had the "comfort" room (largest); a "double bed" (really a queen); & twin beds. The hotel called these W, S, & T. None of the rooms has any drawers or closet. All of them are tiny. There were 4 hangers on a wood rod along one wall. We learned to keep our suitcase (never unpacked) under a bed. Even so, it was very hard to move around the room.
They had a free breakfast, really 2 of them: boiled eggs, toast & coffee 6:30-7:00; then Japanese breakfast 7:00-8:30. We came for the 1st & stayed for the 2nd.
Staff was very polite & tried to be helpful. Few understood English & even those were
not fluent. Staff seemed unaware of tourist need in the area. Did not know where there was an ATM that would take non-Japanese credit cards; directed me to a bank that did not exist. Incidentally, the post office near the Hamaotsu station had the only ATM we used.
We were there to see relative in Red Cross Hospital, just 2 blocks from hotel. Very convenient.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included