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Everything they say is complete bulls***. Don't trust anyone that works here. This is by far the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. I don't even usually spend that kind of money for hotel rooms but I was attending a wedding in the hotel...More
I dare to say this hotel provided us the best service we have ever received. Every single staff member from the front desk, Justice the restaurant, housekeeping, etc provided service with a smile, and became our friends. You have no idea how that can relieve...More
Hotel was a bit dated. It has been upgraded but not completely. Beds were comfortable the majority of staff were very friendly and accommodating. No house coffee beside what is in the room. No pool. The staff was on top of items that need repair....More
I stayed at this hotel once a month for site seeing. Is a great location little Tokyo is close. It has one of the best ramen restaurants DAIKOKUYA I recommend,but try to arrive early because waiting time it's about 35 min.
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As we waited for Valet to greet us at our car, a homeless man, definitely strung out on drugs (or mental illness) approached my car.
Although the car windows were closed, this guy started...More
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