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The rooms are small, but very efficiently set. Got a room at a very low rate. We were a family of four, and the hotel provided one bed for each one of us! Minimum toiletries (sleepers, yokata, etc) provided. Its location is one of its...More
The only good thing to say about this hotel is its location. The English comprehension level is really low and rooms are small even for Japanese standards.
Official check in time is 15:00 but unfortunately we arrived at 14:12 already. When asking whether an "early"...More
My family of 4 visited Japan, end of August 2016. It was end of summer, the weather was a hot. I was told, hot is good, :-). We travelled from KLIA to Haneda International Airport. Accessibility to township can be made via Metro or JR...More
The only complaint I have is the old key system. We had to wait in line to get back to our room. Otherwise, everything was great. We stayed in the L-twin room and it was big. They have a coin laundry room and swimming...More
I return to this hotel a second time because I could not get a room on a sat in Yokohama itself. So I thought why not stay at shin yokohama since it's near to the ramen museum , where my favourite ramen stall is ....More
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The best way to go with the least amount of transfers is to take a Limousine Bus from Narita to YCAT and then take the Blue Line subway from Yokohama Station to Shin-Yokohama Station. About 2 hrs give or take depending on... More
The best way to go with the least amount of transfers is to take a Limousine Bus from Narita to YCAT and then take the Blue Line subway from Yokohama Station to Shin-Yokohama Station. About 2 hrs give or take depending on traffic.