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Reviewed June 3, 2017

I travel a lot and spend quite a few nights in hotels.

This hotel would rank in my top 5 worst-ever hotel rooms!

Got stuck with a smoking only room on a smoking only floor. Room was no bigger than a closet, dingy, reeked of smoke, carpet was disgustingly dirty, and the bathroom was really really tiny.

i had prepaid for 3 nights (based on someone else's recommendation and reservation) but i decided to bail out after the first night.

the ONLY plus point for this hotel is its location.

Sorry.

Room tip: if you must stay here, ask for a non smoking floor
Date of stay: April 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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1  Thank SVG108
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Reviewed February 25, 2017

Nothing fancy, but it was clean and the location was close to the centre and the JR station. Free Wifi that worked well. The concierges all spoke decent English and were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good.

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank daniellM5020WW
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Reviewed December 4, 2016 via mobile

I have stayed in many hotels in Japan, they are all usually about the same for a business traveler. Uniformity is key in Japan.
Although this hotel is off a ways from the Navy Base it is close to the Sasebo JR train station and an excellent mall. The bus station is only two minutes away as well.
The rooms are decent sized and the staff is friendly. The real gem is the breakfast service. It's amazing. Truly amazing for any hotel. Hot and cold foods including soup, rice, fish and a small egg cooker to cook your own egg your style.
The ladies are quite amazing and will remember your likes and dislikes every day.
Try it out.

Date of stay: December 2016
Trip type: Traveled on business
Thank whelm46
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Reviewed December 2, 2014

The room is clean and somewhat comfortable. It is a small economy room with a single bed. This was a last minute booking and no other hotels were available. There is WIFI and the staff was helpful. Breakfast came with the booking and it was a traditional Japanese style breakfast. No frills or special amenities here. If you need a room for a short stay and are not over 6 foot tall it is OK, but if you are over 6 foot tall the bed will not fit you and shower will be a chore.

Room tip: No rooms are very quite with the thin walls and doors. Room is 14 feet by 8 feet in total.
Date of stay: December 2014
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank cbrcowboy
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

When it comes to getting a stay in Sasebo during one of the festival seasons you might not have much of a choice in lodging. Which was exactly my case.
I didn't have an option, but I entered the hotel with an open mind to what it might be.

The Hotel:
The hotel is hidden in between the building on this main road in Sasebo. Except for a sign on the top of the buidling you would be a little pressed to know this was a hotel.
The insides bear signs of it being quite a few years since it was renovated. Reception wasn't too bad, but I will get to the point when Imention the rooms.
The location is the best point this hotel has to offer. Two minutes walk form the rain and bus station and some ten minutes from the center of town with all its options in shopping, eating and drinking.
The staff are helpful, but they struggle a little with any other language than Japanese. But considering the hotel is sort of hidden away it is probably not something they have expected to an issue.
Breakfast is served on the ground floor. It is served in a traditional Japanese restaurant with a very traditional serving.
I usually don't complain about traditional food, but this was a little too much of it.

The rooms:
Rooms are small, but I didn't expect more from a Japanese hotel. What I didn't expect where the small doors. Small is in not very tall, and I did smash my head more than once when getting in and out, so watch yourselves.
Rooms look ok, bed is ok, not exactly a view, carpet is worn, curtains would look better if they were modernized and cleaned(!)... its an ok room for resting and having a nap through the night.
Bathroom was a letdown.
It is one of those capsule bathrooms, everything is plastic, which is ok. But this one was probably just ok about 10 years ago... Everything had this dirty yellowish tint to it, the faucet had plenty of cracks in it from plenty of years of service (or lack of it). The entire bathroom just screamed for a makeover.

Overall impression:
Initial impression was good. It look like an average Japanese hotel with its standard small rooms that were always clean.
The impression took a serious fall though. This hotel really needs a makeover. Upgrade the rooms, bathrooms, get thicker doors and try to consider that some people might be tall enough hit their heads each time they enter the rooms.

Room tip: None of the rooms have a view. Best tip would be to watch your head when passing through doors.
Date of stay: October 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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2  Thank Odd Jarle J
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