If you are looking for a mixture of Japanese, French-stylish and Russian-communist (with a touch of Hotel California), go to that weird hotel. It seems as if the owners have put a lot of effort to expand the style beyond one direction only without making it really understandable for Westerners (and for their staff). So you have heavy silverware cutlery combined with Japanese plates, low-dimmed lights in high-ceiling breakfast area, a big information panel in the elevator where "information" is the only word written in English, a very friendly staff but hardly able to speak English. The booked "non-smoking" rooms were smoking ones, but with a remark left "please don't smoke in the bed". The quality of the set Japanese breakfast was excellent, the continental one moderate at best, and we did never find out why we could not use the buffet instead.
We ended up in this hotel, because nearby Nagasaki was fully booked well up into the middle range. They write on their web site "conveniently located" but it includes a fifteen minutes walk to the station and a train ride which can take between 20 and 45 minutes to Nagasaki.
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