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Near the Takasaki station. (walk thru the left side of LABI)
Complete amenities: onsen spa, vendo machine in some floors, great lobby area.
Rooms: great bed & bathroom. Massage chair is a plus point.
Friendly and attentive staff and crew. (can speak in...More
After coming out of station I asked the way to the hotel to one of the ladies working in a shops at station but unfortunately she did not direct me properly so I had to go up and down and here and there asking several...More
Stayed for a night before going to Kusatsu Onsen. It is about 200 metres walk from Takasaki Shinkansen Station. The hotel's amenities exceeded my expectation of a business hotel. Room size, is small but reasonable. You get a massage chair, an oven and a pants...More
I stayed here for a week while on business in Japan. The hotel is very clean and well maintained. The staff is very accommodating, and the breakfast is top notch. Extremely convenient location close to the train station and local transportation. I will certainly stay...More
Its very conveniently located - After coming out from the Shinkansen JR Takasaki Station turn left to the east exit and turn left again and follow the linkway which will lead to the Hotel lobby area on the 2nd level.
The rooms are of Japanese...More
Response from EmiliaStockholm | Reviewed this property |
It was a little bit complicated since they don´t have an english website. I went to their japanese site, and sent a message by clicking the envelope-square on the bottom of the right side margin. In the top space... More
It was a little bit complicated since they don´t have an english website. I went to their japanese site, and sent a message by clicking the envelope-square on the bottom of the right side margin. In the top space i wrote my name, in the second space my name in katakana-characters, in the third my email-address, in the fourth my phone-number. I then chose the ご質問 (question) alternative and in the big last space, i wrote in english what kind of room i was interested in, and which date and number of nights. They then called me and confirmed the reservation (but in broken english). However i was in Japan at the time with a japanese phonenumber, so not sure if they call outside of Japan.