I'm a Westerner and if you're not accustomed to traveling in Asia this hotel may come as a surprise for you. I traveled alone on business. My room was standard Japanese - space for a bed and a desk and that's all. Total square footage was well below 100. The bathroom was smaller than my 3-person hot tub back home. The television screen is smaller than my laptop and has six Japanese channels. The internet is hard-wired in the room but the connectivity is good. I play games on the internet for entertainment when I travel and I was getting 180ms ping to a US East Coast server. As others have noted there is absolutely nothing to do anywhere near the hotel. There is a convenience store across the street which has pre-cooked food, including some western-style dishes. There is a McDonald's about a half-mile away. Breakfast buffet is pretty decent, but not what you would find at a Hilton, for example. The hotel is worn and really needs complete renovation, but I don't get the sense that it is dirty. They do have bicycles you can check out and use. There was a refrigerator in the room and a microwave in the lobby. For a place to stay overnight before a flight home, this place is adequate. Beyond that you'll grow weary of it pretty quickly.
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- Nikko Hotel Chitose