Our room had an extraordinary feature. While the room was of reasonable size, the bed was next to a wall, so that either my wife or I had to access the bed by climbing over the front, not getting on from the side. I ascertained that this design feature was common to many of the rooms! It also meant that the person sleeping next to the wall could not access a reading light. Why the room was designed this way seems inexplicable, especially as it was reasonably sized. The bathroom was great and there was adequate storage space; once you got on to the bed it was actually very comfortable.
I found that use of the swimming pool required an extra charge - another unique and unwelcome feature.
As is the case throughout Japan, the hotel restaurants are prohibitively expensive, and you will do a lot better eating in the neighbouring shopping malls, which have a number of reasonably priced, very adequate Japanese restaurants. One exception to this was the lunchtime buffet, which was reasonably priced, especially for seniors.
However, there were a number of really good features. The staff were always helpful, courteous and willing to go to any amount of trouble for us. I was there attending a convention (actually the Pan Asian Bridge Championships), and the arrangements for this were first-class - good airconditioning and excellently lighted rooms, with excellent facilities.
Internet was available both in the foyer and, free, in the room - a major plus.