Go out the west exit (opposite of the bus station exit), turn left and you’re right at the hotel entrance. So convenient. The rooms seem to be newly renovated and were nice, clean and comfortable. There is a small Suncos in the station and a Lawson convenience store just across the street for all your snacks and drinks and misc. requirements.
It just only one night stay at this hotel. Overall say is OK. Breakfast is good, location is also good but found smell in the room is not good that I think it should be from carpet that make it is not cleanliness.
I think that this hotel is the best to stay in Komaki city. This is because this hotel is very well connected to the bus station and rail station. Proximity to rail station is 2 minutes and bus station is 3 minutes. With 3 convenient store and mall in walkable 5 minute distance I think you can't ask for more. Rooms are big for japan are clean and with free wifi. Recommended for those tho want to stay in remote city of Komaki.
Spent 2 nights recently and was wonderfully surprised by the room size. By Japanese business hotel standards, this room was large. There was actually a sitting area with a table and two chairs. The room was clean and well appointed. All of the usual amenities were there. Breakfast was served on the main floor in Azalea and featured both western and Japanese fare. I was feigned being mildly insulted when offered a tray with cutlery instead of chop sticks, but they smiled and gave them to me. Check in and check out were seamless. This is where I will stay when I come back.
I stayed there for a week. It is a little dated but is clean. They have wifi in the lobby and hard wire connection in the room. The front desk has a cable if you need one. There is a lawsons (like 7/11) across the hotel. There is a department store 2 blocks from the hotel. I prepaid for my breakfast at the hotel. They habe western and Japanese style beeakfast. Overall a good stay.