what is the normal check-in & check-out time?
free parking for hotel guest? if not, how much for overnight?
For japanese hotels, they are very strict on the check-in time and check-out time. For this hotel, check-in time is 2PM and check-out ime is 11AM but you can leave your luggages with the receptionist if you come in early or leaving late.
Here is the information on my booking condition on my last stay at the hotel last January.
Public parking is possible on site (reservation is not possible) and costs JPY 1500 per day.
How can we book a room at 5 pm and leave 9 am.
You have been given the responsibility to automate the check-in/out and room service process. To understand the current capabilities of the hotel, you decide to map out activities and their processes. Further, to understand the impact of the re-engineering process, you identify the stakeholders for each activity. Finally, based on the current processes and stakeholders, you identify the gaps and suggest improvements. You can use the following template for your reference.
For each activity, fill in the current process and the stakeholders involved. Then, identify the gaps and suggest improvements to enable minimum contact.
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I remembered that the check in time is at 2pm. We arrived at 130pm but still need to wait exactly at 2pm before check in. But if you arrive later than 2pm, it would be good if you call or email the hotel for letting them know about your late arrival.
I'm not the hotel operator and my answer might not be the most accurate one. You may contact the hotel yourself, they speak pretty well english and should be able to address your question. The normal check in time should be 2-3pm, check out wise 11am-12pm that is common practice amongst hotel. I didn't use their parking facilities so can't answer you for the question of parking, but on the opposite of hotel,there was an open car park which charged at 200JPY for every 30 minutes.
Get an answer from HOTEL MYSTAYS Nagoya Sakae staff and past guests.