(the real visit date = August 2019) The Vessel group run over 20 hotels in Japan. Their breakfast was very famous. With using the freshest of local produce they provide different dishes in different hotel. We enjoy the Hokkaido Ikura so much. It is very convenient that Tanuki Koji shopping street is just 8 mins. walking distance. And the post office just 2 mins. away, you can send the stuff to home directly if you buy too much.
The room was very clean and the bed is super comfortable. The check in was quick, not forgetting that their onsen is great too and the onsens vanity area provide dyson hair dryer which is a plus points. Besides the breakfast choice was great and the seafood is fresh. Will come back to Vessel again as the hotel provide a very comfortable and affordable stay.
The hotel is an eco hotel. Safe money by not having daily room service. Buffet is great with lots of seafood (sashimi). Has a public bath and it’s free. Lots of free amenities like face mask, lotion, mouth rinse and etc. Price is very reasonable.
No one in the hotel speak any language but Japanese. Tried to arrange bed arrangements; not getting any answers till I’m completely ignored. The air conditioner was broken on the 2nd night; the staff isn’t willing to help because I don’t speak his language. I have to shout (I’m sorry but that’s the only way to impress them on what’s going on) before they are willing to change room. No matter how good the hardware of the hotel. Simply unacceptable.
The hotel design was very nice. The staff offered a small room upgrade for us which was nice. The room was very clean and quite comfy. Parking fees were reasonable. The public bath was very nice and super clean, with a brand new sauna.
The brand-new Vessel Hotel Campana is a very clean and modern facility within easy reach of Susukino's subway, shopping/bar district, and the railcar system (useful for getting to the Mt. Moiwa observatory). The quality of the newness was varied: the on-suite USB ports helpfully negated the need for adapter plugs, but the hotel wifi was very spotty (some devices fared better than others). The young staff displayed a fresh-faced willingness to assist the strong influx of foreign clientele like ourselves, however their non-Japanese communication skills weren't quite up to the task. The air-conditioning was great when it worked, but had a habit of switching off every two hours (see the previous sentence for why I didn't bother asking for help), which made sleep during our August 'tween-typhoon stay challenging. Our shiny new Standard Twin room was nicely-spacious for a Japanese hotel, but the fridge struggled so much to do its job that we had to resort to ice buckets to keep store-bought drinks ice-cool. Random final notes: the hotel's public pool follows the Japanese custom of bathing in the altogether, the breakfast is an eye-watering ¥2,000 (we found stocking up at nearby bakeries, supermarkets and convenience stores the night before far more sensible), however there's a ground-floor common room dispensing free coffee, tea, and juices between 10am and 9pm, which was a nice touch. Actual rating would be 3 1/2 stars if TA let me do that!…
Hotel just opened in June. Stayed in a twin room. Beds are huge. Tatamis on thick mattresses on a platform. Furniture is new and adequate. Very detailed planning in the arrangement of furniture, main power points. When we put on the Do Not Disturb sign, signalling that we did not require housekeeping services, two recycling bags with bottled water, towels, robes, socks, toiletries, tea etc were placed outside our room. Breakfast was impressive. It was a spread. There was also sashimi with consist of crab, scallops, tuna, roe etc. Location wise, it is a comfortable 10min walk from Susukino Station. There is also a convenience stall just opposite.