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Out of the 7 hotels I stayed at in my tour round Japan I have to stay Matsumoto Marunouchi Hotel was the one which really stood out and would be the best stay I had, despite me only staying for 1 night.
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Near to Matsumoto castle. Though it’s a small hotel, it’s well furnished. And service is very good. There’s family mart nearby too. Plenty of sockets for charging my electronic devices. Would definitely recommend
Everything about this hotel was fine for us. The room being a bit small would be the closest we would have to a criticism. The hotel is well located, the staff helpful and everything 'worked well'. The breakfast was very good, with all the options...More
Stayed only one night as we were on a great rail journey. Quick walk to the Matsumoto Castle and the main street has lots of shops and there are lots of great restaurants around, found a beauty in a side street specialising in Yakatori where...More
Right in the heart of town and a 4 minutes walk to the Matsumoto Castle, perfect location.
The hotel is beautifully appointed with a homely atmosphere. The bedroom is nice with two single beds. Be aware that the room lights are on the pedestal between...More
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no problem - we had one. You will find that the Japanese are very progressive about smoking - without being draconian. In Australia its like we reserve a special judgmental disdain on all smokers and pile on guilt and shame... More
no problem - we had one. You will find that the Japanese are very progressive about smoking - without being draconian. In Australia its like we reserve a special judgmental disdain on all smokers and pile on guilt and shame on them. In Japan, the smokers have special places reserved for them while at the same time, it keeps other areas clear of second-hand smoke. Just remember to be polite and non-judgmental when interacting with people who are smoking.
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"Looking to eat out? Ask reception for a local area food/resturant map, showing western and eastern dining..."