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Sorano Hotel
4.3/5103 Reviews

Sorano Hotel

Tachikawa|2.77km from Central Park
The impression that the hotel has a very clear advantages and disadvantages. ① Room Very large compared to the average hotel in Tokyo. What impressed me as a parent with children was that the sofa and bed were generally low, and the equipment was high and well hidden in the cupboard and the child could not get it. I think it is a room that is friendly to the child who is convinced that there are many guests with the child. On the other hand, I didn't know where the equipment was too hidden to see, so I don't know where it was, so I think the staff should explain the basics when I arrived in the room. (There was no explanation) ➁ Facility Rooftop Spa costs an additional fee, but it is worth it. If it was sunny, Mt. Fuji could be seen, and I was very satisfied because it was a hot spring. ➂ Service Overall, the staff was nice to talk to me when I felt in trouble. Free drinks and bread are provided depending on the time of day, and you can take it back to your room. What was disappointing was the restaurant, and it was a big minus that it took a lot of time to serve. I wonder if it took more than 30 minutes to provide the sashimi. I was surprised that the main came first for some reason. Breakfast was also served late, so late customers were crowded in the lobby. ④SDGs To be clear, this is ruining this hotel. SDGs I think it should be enlightened, but what this hotel is doing is clearly a cost reduction named SDGs. It is because guests stay at a high price hotel to experience the extraordinary feeling, and I think that the real pleasure of staying at a hotel is to enjoy the equipment and amenities that the hotel is particular about. Even so, this hotel stingy with a toothbrush. (One 500 You can choose whether to buy a high bamboo toothbrush or bring it with you in the mystery of the yen) There are only the minimum amenities in the room. (In this price range, I think it's okay to enhance lotion and emulsion a little more. It's a lineup similar to a business hotel. Of course, it's of a reasonable quality ...) These are at the rooftop spa. There were all the menity, but it seems that it will be reduced in the future from the viewpoint of SDGs (even though I pay an extra fee ...) The restaurant gave the child a paper straw, but The child will soon be chewed and useless, so as a result, it will be a large consumption of straws. I was really wondering if this was SDGs. Anyway, it's a pity that it was a result of being forced to endure and unreasonable. .. I wondered if I could not easily extract the goodness of SDGs a little more flexibly and provide it to customers instead of forcing SDGs to customers. I think this hotel is top-notch if it has it. I was worried about it because it was a good hotel.

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Hotel Emisia Tokyo Tachikawa
4.3/5174 Reviews
The cooling/heating in the room is not very controlled, and there is a smell in the corridor of the room. However, it is in an excellent location. There are everything around, including convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants, department stores, stations...there are many parking lots around. There are hotels, but they can only park small cars. If given the chance, I would still choose this hotel.
Tachikawa Regent Hotel
4.1/584 Reviews
 Stayed in Tachikawa for the first time in several years. I chose this hotel in a plan without being punished. I didn't expect much, but it was good because of it. The room feels like Nagaya in the Edo period. 304. However, the room was large and felt. It is negative that there is no BS. Overall old, the entrance is difficult to understand, and 1 floor is a restaurant. 2 floor is the front desk. The room is in front of the elevator, the soundproofing is terrible in the corridor and outside. I just liked it, including the plan. The location is good from the station in about 3 minutes, and I think I will stay again as long as this price is.
Sorano Hotel
4.3/5103 Reviews
The impression that the hotel has a very clear advantages and disadvantages. ① Room Very large compared to the average hotel in Tokyo. What impressed me as a parent with children was that the sofa and bed were generally low, and the equipment was high and well hidden in the cupboard and the child could not get it. I think it is a room that is friendly to the child who is convinced that there are many guests with the child. On the other hand, I didn't know where the equipment was too hidden to see, so I don't know where it was, so I think the staff should explain the basics when I arrived in the room. (There was no explanation) ➁ Facility Rooftop Spa costs an additional fee, but it is worth it. If it was sunny, Mt. Fuji could be seen, and I was very satisfied because it was a hot spring. ➂ Service Overall, the staff was nice to talk to me when I felt in trouble. Free drinks and bread are provided depending on the time of day, and you can take it back to your room. What was disappointing was the restaurant, and it was a big minus that it took a lot of time to serve. I wonder if it took more than 30 minutes to provide the sashimi. I was surprised that the main came first for some reason. Breakfast was also served late, so late customers were crowded in the lobby. ④SDGs To be clear, this is ruining this hotel. SDGs I think it should be enlightened, but what this hotel is doing is clearly a cost reduction named SDGs. It is because guests stay at a high price hotel to experience the extraordinary feeling, and I think that the real pleasure of staying at a hotel is to enjoy the equipment and amenities that the hotel is particular about. Even so, this hotel stingy with a toothbrush. (One 500 You can choose whether to buy a high bamboo toothbrush or bring it with you in the mystery of the yen) There are only the minimum amenities in the room. (In this price range, I think it's okay to enhance lotion and emulsion a little more. It's a lineup similar to a business hotel. Of course, it's of a reasonable quality ...) These are at the rooftop spa. There were all the menity, but it seems that it will be reduced in the future from the viewpoint of SDGs (even though I pay an extra fee ...) The restaurant gave the child a paper straw, but The child will soon be chewed and useless, so as a result, it will be a large consumption of straws. I was really wondering if this was SDGs. Anyway, it's a pity that it was a result of being forced to endure and unreasonable. .. I wondered if I could not easily extract the goodness of SDGs a little more flexibly and provide it to customers instead of forcing SDGs to customers. I think this hotel is top-notch if it has it. I was worried about it because it was a good hotel.
Hotel Nikko Tachikawa Tokyo
4.5/565 Reviews
This time, it was the first time to use 2. My husband is a wheelchair, but if you are in trouble, please always speak to me. It's just an example, but I couldn't hold it because I pushed a wheelchair and my hands were blocked, so I brought coffee back to my room and brought it back to my room. Even at breakfast, my husband, who has a casual leg, will guide me to a seat that is easy to use. I am really grateful for your kindness before asking for anything. I was able to spend comfortably and comfortably.
Hotel Livemax Tachikawa Ekimae
3.9/572 Reviews
1. There was dust on the exhaust fan in the bathroom. (It didn't bother me much, but...) 2. There were two hangers, but one or two more would be helpful. accommodation is cheap
Tachikawa Urban Hotel Annex
4.2/524 Reviews
I have lived twice before and after and I feel very good. The front desk service is good, and free hot water and coffee are provided. The room is a clean taste. What I like most is his little duck hhh. I feel that the whole room will become warm.

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