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Nice place to rest.
Quite little room, normal size in japan, but very comfortable,clean.
Restaurant very nice and cheap.
Japan public bath is the best thing and experience you'ever made.
Close to the station and very clean and well equipped. The "large" twin bed was a bit small for 2 people. Reception staff were helpful although struggling with English at times. I'd go back again in... more
Reviewed 18 October 2017
Good hotel, ideal for Fukushima location
The hotel has an efficient check in and out, all staff were really helpful and the rooms are clear with efficient showers. My room 5th floor) was a little tight for space but you get what you pay for... more
Was here on a school/work trip, touring the 2011 tsunami-hit areas. I only needed a room as I was never in it except to sleep. It was a typical Japanese hotels that American hotels should. You had to... more
Reviewed 1 August 2015
Iwaki Station Hotel
This is not the first Route Inn I've stayed at, and nearly all seem to be proximate to the station; this one had a nice bath on the 14f, and an average breakfast. Main complaint was that while hotel... more
Great hotel, just like the other Tokoyo Inns. Very close to the train station, shops, bus station and restaurants. Breakfast was great, included yakisoba and onigiri. The staff were very friendly and... more
Reviewed 3 November 2013
Great location and close to the train station
This hotel is well kept and great for the family (3) or individual traveler. It is in very close proximity to the train station so commuting with luggage is not an issue. The complimentary daily... more
Stayed here for two nights while traveling on business. Rooms are small by American standards but good sized for Japan.
Room was clean, bed was comfortable and room had a small fridge for drinks... more
Reviewed 20 March 2014
Upgraded public rooms.
Grand Park Hotel in Iwaki has upgraded their breakfast room and lobby, making the settings much more attactive. Also have enlarged breakfast offerings, now making eggs to order. I continue to... more
Ryokan A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.
Has slightly seen better days, but the staff are warm and friendly and the baths, once you reach them down a long tunnel with lighting arrangements that would alarm health and safety inspectors, are... more
Hotel Hawaiians is something you can only experience in Japan. It is a huge resort complex including classy hotel, family-oriented hotel, all kinds of hot baths, indoor heated pools with WATER... more
Reviewed 14 March 2011
Excellent local vacation from Tokyo
We were visiting Japan for 10 days with my father who is fluent in Japanese. His friends that live in Japan suggested this resort for the kids. I was traveling with my 10 year old son and 12 year... more
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