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Rooms were clean but hotel was old and sort of creepy. View out the windows was a huge graveyard. Bed not super comfortable, but comparable to other Japanese business hotels. Not too far of a walk from the JR station. Also short walk to canal...More
Booking using the hotel website was easy. The pay-cash-only option helped me save 100 yen off each night's stay for the single room option. I did not need to take the subway to Gion (2 min walk from Hakata Skycourt) as the hotel is 5-7...More
Booked the room directly on their website. Paid 4000 Yen a night.
The room looks old dated, but it was decent clean. I asked for a non smoking room but there was a light cigarette smell in it or some nasty smell. The walls in...More
Stayed for 4 nights at the Sky Court. A little difficult to find if you arrive on the Shinkansen. About 10 minutes on foot from the station, but choose the exit carefully. Hakata's people friendly and happy to offer help. Hotel is conveniently located walking...More
US$ 37 - US$ 111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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