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Nest Hotel Hakata Station

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#88 of 208 hotels in Fukuoka
Grand Open in April 2018 Good location in front of Hakata Station. Located in Fukuoka, Nest Hotel Hakata Station provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Popular points of interest around the property include Shofuku-ji Temple and Tocho-ji Temple. The hotel has a restaurant, and Rainbow Plaza Fukuoka is 1.5 km away. At the hotel, every room includes a desk. All rooms include a private bathroom with free toiletries. The rooms in Nest Hotel Hakata Station are equipped with a flat-screen TV and a hair dryer. A buffet breakfast is available each morning at the property. The reception at the accommodation can provide tips on the area. Inter Media Station IMS Building is 1.5 km from Nest Hotel Hakata Station. Fukuoka Airport is 3 km away.
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As expected with Japanese hotels, the staff here were very nice and accommodating. This was my first hotel upon arriving in Japan and as I was completing check-in, the other staff noticed my name and asked something to the person attending to me to which she replied "yes". Later, that other staff went into a room while I was still filling out forms and came back out later with some package that had been delivered for me. I haven't even completed checked in completely yet and did not even need to ask for the package. They immediately handed it over. The fact that they easily recognized I had a package upon seeing my name on the passport tells me that they really do keep good track of deliveries. In other hotels I have been to, they still need to check their records to see if your package has arrived. It also surprised me how they apologized to me. I booked a single room but the staff asked me if it was ok that they give me a double room instead. I told them it was ok with me. The staff then replied "oh, thank you. We're sorry it's a double room." I speak a little Japanese, so pls note that the conversation was in Japanese but still, I was amazed by their true sense of Japanese service and humility. They were apologizing for giving me a room different from what I booked.
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We had pleasant 6 nights stay at this hotel in the early November. The hotel location is good and the neighborhood is quiet at night. Our room was nearby the elevator for all the duration of our stay but we were never bothered by other guests noise. The only minor noise concern we had was the bell tolls noise from a nearby building. We slept in one day and were awoken by the bell tolls from a church building(?) across from the hotel. The room is small for western standard, but it’s a little more spacious than the ones I stayed in Tokyo and Osaka areas. Overall, all Japan’s hotel rooms are generally on the smaller side. This hotel has the best smelling shampoo and soap we ever came across. I wish the hotel management would sell them to the tourists so we can bring it home as mementos. Check in and check out were hassle free. The hotel also have 2 washing/drying machines downstairs and a drink vending machine for guests. These laundry machines are popular after 7-8 pm so plan your laundry activities wisely. We really like the fact that the hotel appears new, feels clean, organized, and the amenities are modern. It felt as if we walked into brand new IKEA showrooms where everything is space efficient and organized. We will return to this hotel again when we visit Fukuoka in the future.
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The hotel is in between Hakata Station and Gion station. By walking it takes around 10 minutes from Hakata station. Although the hotel is not on Main Street, it’s quiet and convenient to Tenjin district.
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I stayed there for one night en route to Yufuin , THis hotel was recently remodelled in April 2018 and is refreshed with brighter colours and a more uplifting green theme. It has, like other japanese hotels, very small rooms without enough space to lay a luggage flat on the floor. There is but one very small window and a little claustrophobic but the interior is bright and cheery and clean. The bed is suprirsingly comfortable , as most japanese hotels have rock hard mattresses - they have a good topper to give it that "hug". Pillows are nice but a bita too high for my taste. The hotel is situatied behind the main street, near the Nikko Hotel, and is just a 3 min walk to Hakata station on the North East side. The airport bus drops you off at Hakata station just at that corner and you just need to cross the street and walk 1 block from there. Lawson and 7-1 nearby but its so close to the station there is no worry about shopping or food. There are full amenities in the hotel room too, more than what we are used to ( boyd towels too !) . They provide tea and creamer and sugar with a kettle as well. We had a twin room and that should be larger than the double - for a short stayover I think its not an issue but for longer stays I might prefer a slightly bigger room as its really not too easy to move around the room if you have 2 ppl and large luggage. Whilst there was generally little noise from the corridors we still do hear the upstairs neighbour using their bath rooms and the chatter of guests when they return at night. For some reason the night we stayed there was a saturday night and prices went up astroniomically - we were paying about 30000+yen for the night and that lmits how much I can mark this place up in terms of value. Nice as it is it is really not worth that kind of money. All in all, nice place. I will return for stopovers and if the prices are more reasonable.
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It was a little tough to rate this hotel because it is very new and modern which is what I like my hotel to be but somehow I just felt some elements are missing. First of all, the hotel is not easy to locate because when we try to use the GPS in the car via phone number we cannot find it and has to resort to postal code and it took us some time to locate it. Despite the name of Hakata Station, it is still a couple of minutes away. There is no parking at site but hotel do provide several options on where to park and this is another area which I felt the hotel can improve upon as they are not extremely helpful in assisting with parking but just give you a sheet of map indicating locations, something very unlike hospitality of Japanese. The room as mentioned is nice modern but very small which when we compared to all hotels we stayed this trip is indeed the smallest. If you have more than a cabin size luggage , you will find it challenging. For breakfast , it starts at 7:00 am and with only limited choices which we decided to skip it on 2nd day. The hotel also comes with 2 coin operated washing/ drying machine combined which restricted more users at any time. Overall a typical Japanese hotel which makes it comfortable but not memorable
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$68 - $227 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKyushuFukuoka PrefectureFukuoka
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