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The hotel was pleasant and a real value for the money but the breakfast was the worst in Japan on trip. They charged before you ate, never happened before and I can understand it. The fruit tasted of chemicals, the egg was not cooked right...More
High scores to the staff from front desk to housekeeping. Brunch was okay,, but it never changed. Rooms were typical, small but adequate. There's a large shopping center nearby, but not much to see or do in the area.
From the moment I arrived at the front desk the staff could not have been kinder or more helpful...great room, helpful directions, right location...close to Itami airport I am looking forward to coming backMore
Response from Senri宿泊部, Front Office Manager at Senri Hankyu HotelResponded 20 December 2017
Thank you very much for taking the time in sharing this review on you recent stay at the SHENRI HANKYU HOTEL.
I am glad to hear that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us. Your generous words of appreciation on the staff, room...More
I stayed here while on a business trip. The hotel is right next to Senri-chuo station, and also the monorail is easily accessible. It's a large hotel, that is reminiscent in style of the 1980s and not really like a modern Japanese business hotel. My...More
Response from Senri宿泊部, SENRI HANKYU HOTEL at Senri Hankyu HotelResponded 23 September 2017
Thank you for having taken your time to provide us with your valuable comments relating to your stay with us. We’ll reference your comments to our restaurant staff.
We are so sorry to make you feel uncomfortable. We will improve our equipment get better and...More
I picked this hotel, over the Hyatt, for two reasons. I found the location of the hotel more accessible by subway, and when reviewing the Hyatt many people remarked on its location. The other reason I chose the Senri Hankyu was because of the large...More