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It is not too far from the station
the place is clean and well maintained
it is older - with large keys for the doors
and no room service
but well located
the American Breakfast is decent if a little strange - never seen eggs...More
well aside from the location of the hotel which is near from the kofu station and chushin(i think their main street for nightlife),danrokan is for special venue for marriage celebration.there are consultants,wedding dresses(japanese and western) display in this hotel.onsen is not that big but a...More
I had heard this hotel was most recommendable but I cannot say that.
Don't expect any perfect services there. I told the front desk that I wanted some stamps. The hotel man replied I could buy them at the nearest convenience store. mmm.. He would...More
well i got the cheapest online booked in this hotel once for a twin room coz im with my kids.the hotspring or onsen is little but u can feel the smoothness in your skin after u that.the location is also good that u can walk...More
I stayed at the Hotel Danrokan for a week with some work colleagues, all doing business in the nearby city of Nirasaki (Nirasaki didn't seem to have any hotels, so we stayed in Kofu and took the train to commute everyday). The two other hotels...More
US$73 - US$232 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think this room has the only plug I presented by the photo and Japanese ones. So if you don't have Japanese one, probably you should go with your converter. The plug this hotel provides is not... More
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I think this room has the only plug I presented by the photo and Japanese ones. So if you don't have Japanese one, probably you should go with your converter. The plug this hotel provides is not for American use, I think.
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