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at Cabin & Lounge Highland Station Inn

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... & hangout with your travel partner, providing water (hot & room temperature from the tap), TV & other basics like bedroom...
... And yes in the Park ticket counter was more expensive. The bedroom was very very very clean and quiet. I had perfect sleep...
... the coach to Mt Fuji. Hostel: All ladies stay in the same room together but the room is massive so it doesn't feel...

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joieysh wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore51 contributions20 helpful votes
Stayed here for 2 nights in November 2019. Accomodation was very clean with fresh towels provided everyday. Housekeeping from 10am-3pm so you must remove everything from the cabin everyday. Good thing they do have a large locker (fits cabin size luggage that is accessible by your access card) where you can storage your stuff. They also have sufficient luggage space to park bigger bags that can't fit into the lockers. Lots of toilets & shower cubicles, all with shampoo, soap & everything you will need. Tip if you are coming from Highland Bus Terminal, take the shuttle from the hotel next to the bus terminal. Else, you will need to walk about 15-20 mins or walk through Fuji-Q Highland (admission is free but you will need a ticket from the counter & they close at 5pm). They also have a lounge where you can eat & hangout with your travel partner, providing water (hot & room temperature from the tap), TV & other basics like bedroom slippers etc. Overall, this is my best capsule hotel experience. I would definitely come back again if I'm looking to stay in a capsule accommodation when I go back to Mt. Fuji!
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Date of stay: November 2019
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jazhari wrote a review Jan 2018
Bali, Indonesia33 contributions2 helpful votes
I stayed here with 3 others on festive season period. I booked the hotel through online travel agent. I considering to stay here because I planned to visit Fujikyu Highland Park on that time. And yes the location is only like 3 minutes walking from the hotel. Which is this is perfect. Another surprise that we are entitle around 10%OFF if we buy Fujikyu Highland Park ticket in the reception desk. And yes in the Park ticket counter was more expensive. The bedroom was very very very clean and quiet. I had perfect sleep quality. Bathroom also always clean and it's private. Small shop also available at the lobby with big TV, microwave, internet desk as well. The even provide us the pajamas.
FYI, train station is only 4 minutes walking from the hotel. This is super perfect. I'll come back on next autumn :)
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: All areas are great actually
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Response from Highland-station-inn, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Cabin & Lounge Highland Station Inn
Responded 23 Jan 2018
Dear Guests, Thank you for staying at Cabin & Lounge HIGHLAND STATION INN. We are delighted to hear you had an enjoyable stay at our hotel. As you mentioned, our hotel locates so convenient place to go to Fujikyu Highland. Your warm remarks are sincerely appreciated and further encourage the exceptional service and quality at our hotel. We hope to serve you again on next autumn.
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Kimberley31 wrote a review Aug 2017
London, United Kingdom9 contributions5 helpful votes
Stayed here for 2 nights during a short visit to Mt Fuji and this exceeded expectations!

Location: right in front of the Fujikyu Highland station and a theme park so easily accessible.

Staff: very friendly and helpful in providing us a map of the area and information on where to get the coach to Mt Fuji.

Hostel: All ladies stay in the same room together but the room is massive so it doesn't feel crowded at all.
The individual "booths" are very big and have air conditioning inside.
Bathrooms are very clean and well maintained. Toiletries were provided.
Lockers for backpacks and suitcases were more than big enough.

Food: not sure if the hostel offered food as we didn't check but a couple of doors down there is a supermarket to grab some snacks. There wasn't much choice in the immediate surrounding area for restaurants so we had to travel a bit further into town to get access, but this was all on the free shuttle service for the area.

Overall, a great hostel and would stay again!
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Highland-station-inn, フロント at Cabin & Lounge Highland Station Inn
Responded 31 Aug 2017
Thank you very much for staying with us. We are glad to hear that you had a great experience with our hotel. Please come back again! Thank you for your comment.
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annenah wrote a review May 2017
Sydney, Australia45 contributions17 helpful votes
A group of us stayed for 2 nights and it was our first capsule hotel in Japan. We stayed during their grand opening so everything was new and clean ! (And hopefully can be maintained this way ) We expected the beds to be tiny but they were surprisingly spacious. Larger than a normal single bed. And 2 mins walk to the theme park which was awesome. And only 2 mins walk from Fuji highland station (we managed very easily with huge suitcases).

They had recently opened and everything looked new and clean and they provide everything. Towels and face towels and charging points in the capsule. At reception they provided pyjamas (you can get a new one each day if you want), toothbrushes, lotions, washes, shaving cream etc. There was plentiful amount of them and they were free. The bathrooms had a hairdryer at each sink, cups to brush your teeth, face wash liquid. Showers provided shiseido brand shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Their showers were spacious (most spacious one I've used since being in Japan). Each shower had a front door, then you walk into the changing area where you have a basket for you to put your stuff. Then the shower is behind that which you can close and is quite soundproof.

There is signage everywhere so it is very easy for you to find things and know where to look.

In the lounge they provide a sink, hot water, microwave and vending machines. Next door is a Lawson shop too (convenience shop). There is also a nice Korean BBQ place for dinner next door to Lawson.

Capsules are split into women downstairs and men upstairs. Women have another lounge inside where there is a long bench tablet and lounge chairs so you can sit chat and charge your devices. There's also a sink in there. No eating is allowed inside the capsule itself.

They clean the capsules between 10-3pm and you must be out during this whole time.

When you enter, you have to remove your shoes and put them in the shoe locker. They provide new slippers for you to use during your stay.

When checking in, they take your shoe locker key and swap it with your room key. It seemed like we had to do this each time which wasted a lot of time as we had to wait to get our shoes each time we wanted to go out and if there was a queue for people checking in then you had to join the line. Since it was a group of us, we just kept the shoe locker key and tapped each other in and out with the room key(which is technically a card). The room key has a number on it and gets u into the women or men's capsule area and into your numbered locker. It will also correspond to what number capsule you will be sleeping in.

The door to the capsules are a fabric sheet which you pull down and hook closed. If you are a light sleeper you might have trouble sleeping as you can hear everything. Luckily the women's section was pretty quiet and most people tried to be as quiet as possible when going about. The men's section was not as lucky, and male guests made a racket when coming back from their day out at 1am. Perhaps management could somehow monitor the noise levels especially if it late during the night or early hours of morning.

Overall it was a great stay and we hope the cleanliness of this capsule hotel can be maintained as we would definately come back!
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 17 May 2017
Thank you very much for staying with us. We are happy to hear a lot of good things from your comment. However, we found out that we have some problems that we should fix such as swapping shoe locker key and the room key(card key). We will try to figure out what the best way for our guests is. Also we are sorry about the noise other guests made. It was the busiest season and it is hard to keep everyone quiet, but again, we will find out the way to solve the problem. Thank you very much for your comment. We are looking forward to seeing you again!
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