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I spent two nights at this hotel at the beginning of July. The hotel location is very convenient if you want to walk to the castle, other sightseeing areas or restaurants. The room was very spacious and quiet. The list of nearby restaurants prepared by...More
We stayed 2 nights in this hotel, a family of 4 in 2 rooms. We very much liked the stay. Short walking distance from the railway station. Good size of the rooms and good advice from the personnel on dinner recommendations. It is a very...More
I had a great stay in this hotel even though it was just for a day. The room was quite big and the bed was comfortable. Breakfast buffet, which was themed western and japanese, was excellent. The location was great since it was near to...More
This hotel is conveniently located only 500 metres or so from the castle, and closer to many restaurants. Larger than average sized room, with good facilities. Buffet breakfast was about average. No onshen. Probably a bit over-priced.
This hotel is very conveniently located close to the railway station, the main attractions of Matsumoto - in particular the Castle. We were able to walk everywhere that we visited. The hotel is in a modern block attached to an old bank which is where...More
Response from rhysw552016 | Reviewed this property |
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.