The Reino Inn feels like a converted office building: at least the doubles have the distinct feeling of a prison cell with (dirty) bare white walls, a (decent) mattress without a frame is the bed and a corner table and chair which look and feel like they came from the closest 100 yen store are sad attempts to make it look like a lodging. The air conditioning gives you the feeling of traveling... in a jetplane at 30000 feet, the noise level is appropriate for a modern jetliner! The bathroom is (as always in Japan) very clean, but the automatic turn-off on the shower (press once for 15 seconds water at full blast) gives it a public school swimming-pool feel. The window is of mesh-wire milk glass and covered by dusty blinds. No internet in the rooms, which is, nowadays, a shame.
And all this for 7600 yen (in the high season): we have housed much better for 1500 yen less. Not coming back to stay here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are nearby the Peace Memorial Park. Our backpackers hostel accepts individuals to families and group tourists at low rates. We have an "International Lounge" and workshops where you can experience traditional Japanese culture. ... more less
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