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In case you have to attend a convention or a seminar in the Makuhari Messe area, this is a good place to stay. Neat and clean rooms, very good view of the Tokyo Bay. It is also pretty close to the Makuhari Railway station and...More
LOVED my stay here & was happy to have enough time to properly enjoy the hotel facilities. I had a lovely, cozy room in the newer East Wing with a view of the pool & further out, into the bay.
The hotel is like a...More
The hotel was huge and had 2 convenience stores and several restaurants and a coffee shop. It is so far from Tokyo centre that you would only stay here if you were going to Disney Resort or the baseball. There is a fashion outlet near...More
Room is spacious and bed is very comfortable to sleep in. Love the Onsen in the hotel, 3 to choose from. As the hotel is close to the Makuhari Outlet stores, there is a free shuttle service to the train station. Plenty of shopping next...More
I am a very frequent traveller around Asia Pacific. I am an English speaker and was surprised that there was no English on the TV over 20-30 channels. I asked the reception and they informed me I could change wings to get English. This did...More
US$ 46 - US$ 186 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You have to take Shinkansen to Tokyo Station (I assume you know you have to take local train from Osaka to Shin Osaka to transfer to Shinkansen, you can take JR, if you are using the rail pass, it is free, or take the... More
You have to take Shinkansen to Tokyo Station (I assume you know you have to take local train from Osaka to Shin Osaka to transfer to Shinkansen, you can take JR, if you are using the rail pass, it is free, or take the subway). Then transfer to Keiyo Line to the direction of Soga and get off at Kaihin-Makuhari Station. This is also JR line so it would be covered under the pass. You could buy your ticket from Osaka to Kaihin-Makuhari, which will be less bothersome to have to buy another ticket at Tokyo Station. The hotel is about 15 min walk from the station. If you have internet access, use google map app, it will give you the exact timetable including platform number. You can zone in to see which is the most efficient exit to take.