I thought the rooms were quite lovely and the beds were incredibly comfortable. They even provided pajamas! As mentioned by others, the rooms are small, but rooms in Asia are often on the small side. I'd rather have a small, clean room than a nasty larger one! These were very, very clean, and the bathroom was also very clean and creatively designed to make the most of the small space. For example, there's a clothes line, which pulls out of the wall on one side of the shower and hooks to the other side if you need to line dry something (leave the door open, or close the door and keep the vent and light on overnight if you actually want it to dry, though!) There was plenty of hot water and the water pressure, which could be adjusted, was superb. There was a small fridge in the room, an electric kettle, and a hair dryer. The bathrooms had razors, toothbrushes, tiny hair brushes, soap, and shampoo. Fresh sheets and towels were provided daily. The staff were lovely, and they didn't make you feel like you were interrupting their work if you asked a question. Parking is, I think, about US$5 per day. You receive a coin every day that you have to use to let yourself out of the parking lot. Since the hotel is a bit in the middle of nowhere, it would be nice if parking were cheaper or free, though. They have bicycles available for rent (insert the key and use it like a lever, pushing down, to unlock the bike). If you just want to make a quick trip to the store or to Subway (the only nearby restaurant), then you can use them for free (up to 2 hours). They have free shuttle service to the airport (a 5-minute trip) every 30 minutes from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. There were four of us traveling together, and we all loved the buffet breakfast (6:30-9:00). There is something for everyone, assuming you like Asian food (and who doesn't?!) My sister and I follow a vegan diet, and we ate very well. Our husbands are not vegans, and they also seemed to really enjoy the food. When we were there, the buffet had fried rice, white rice, seaweed, natto, egg dishes, noodles, fried veggies (usually with meat), sausages, tofu and a nice variety of seasonings, soups, delicious fresh fruit, bread and croissants, seasoned laver, coffee, tea, and juice. I used the seaweed, tofu, soy sauce, mustard sauce, and sesame seeds with hot water to make seaweed soup every morning - fully vegan and incredibly delicious! With some rice, seasoned laver, fresh fruit, and coffee, I always walked away thoroughly satisfied with the meal. If you want to save some money, they also have a room price without breakfast, but to feed two people a quality breakfast, it's worth it to pay the extra $10, in my opinion. If you really don't want the breakfast, Subway seems to open at 7am and go to 10 or 11pm, but it isn't cheap, and you'll spend at least that much there for two people, excluding drinks. (That said, the avocado veggie sub with basil sauce is *divine*!) I'll take the hotel's lovely buffet breakfast any day! I would definitely recommend this place.
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