Walking distance to the train station, tons of local restaurants close by, including the one called Sentosa (Singaporean cuisine) and a nice coffe shop out of the hotel for hot breakfast (forgot the name).
The room was spacious (in terms of Japan standard), quiet (sound proof?) and super clean. The bed size is on American standard (i am 6"2) instead of local like many others. In-room bubble bath was a great relax for me every day.
Experienced an expected power outage at night/early morning, followed by an unexpected earthquake. My first time experience with an earthquake in Japan, though I visited Tokyo for a good number of times and made extended stay at Kobe for 6 months years ago.
The hotel was designed to be "floating" to cope against light earthquake like the one we had. I was at 12th floor. It was about 4-5am, I was just feeling my bed was "swinging" for about 10 sec.. then gradually stop.
When i was talking to my Japanese college the next morning about the earthquake, the answer was like "oh, there was another one? I read it from the paper this morning" - god, they are just so used to it.
The weather outside was pretty sticky, quite some rain (similar to Oregon though but much warmer). Not many places had the air con fully on, including the train, but the hotel's air con was very good and cooled everybody down.
Overall a great stay. The price was just expensive comparing to other closeby local ones, i would not consider it for my family trip. one obervation I had was for the guests of the hotel, 90% of them were foreigners (most of them were American), very very few local.