Pros: The room was very small even by Asian standards.
Cons: The bathroom was super small!!
Pros: Very close to train station. I liked the pick-your-own-pillow option. Onsen/hot bath was really nice, although the hours are gender divided, and much greater access and hours are given to men. ...
Cons: Room is super small (bed +2 feet along two sides). Windows in room do not open, although air filter provided in room.
Pros: The staff was very friendly. Breakfast was good.
Cons: The onsen was small and rather crowded. Had to wait for turns. Room was slighly small, but good enough for two.
Pros: Free breakfast, onsen
Cons: Room was cramped for 2 with luggage.
Pros: Fantastic for (1) driving family; (2) people who are familiar with Japan-size constraints -- it is fine for Asians but may not be good for physically-big persons; (3) Japan-local salaryman breakfast
Pros: Can pick your own pillow (hard, soft, high, low)
Pros: The free breakfast was really good. Bed is okay
Cons: Looks a bit like a hostel with a bunk bed for a third person. And apparently you cannot pay with cards in certain plans, like when you book with Booking.com
Pros: The breakfast is excellent and included! The hotel also have onsen and provided masks, foot massage tape, and many other beauty products and amenities! Also close to stations and restaurant. Staffs ...
Cons: We requested non-smoking room but were given smoking room and the smell of the room is horrible, the room is smaller than other hotels and not enough lights.
Sleep soundly at this LOHAS Hotel Depart refreshed after natural hot springs and a healthy breakfast to begin a good day. Guests can rest easy knowing that this is one of 105 Super Hotels throughout Japan.
Pros: Close to station, low price, good Internet connection in the bedroom
Cons: Tiny room, poor breakfast
Pros: Hotel is located near railroad station. Calm and clean. Most of the guest seemed to be local business travelers. English of desk staff was a little poor. Breakfast was normal. Enough parking space.
Pros: The room was spacious and well-appointed. The breakfast choices were quite good.
Cons: One of the beds had a big dip in the mattress.
Pros: Hotel is clean and neat, it's a great place of staying for visiting Yabakei,
Pros: Really close to the train station
Cons: Small rooms
Pros: Location, parking, clean
Enjoy your visit to Nakatsu with a stay at Hotel Route-Inn Nakatsu-Ekimae. Free perks include buffet breakfast and wired Internet.
Just 3 minutes on foot from JR Nakatsu Station (Nippo Line), this city hotel offers great access for sightseeing around the local area. Grand Plaza Nakatsu Hotel is also only 20 minutes by car from the famous scenic sightseeing spots Yabakei Gorge and Aonodomon Tunnels.
This is a convenient and reasonably priced hotel located in front of the station that provides discounts for guests on long stays. For this reason, the hotel receives a large number of guests, and there are even manga comic books in the lobby that are free for check-out.
Cons: Wasted 3 hours checking in because the Hotel has debited my credit card directly a few days before my arrival despite booking.com said it is meant to be paid upon arrival. The staff there insisted me...
Pros: Everything was good.
Cons: Breakfast time was over so fast :(
Situated in Nakatsu, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Goganji Temple and Nakatsu Castle. Yukichi Fukuzawa Memorial Museum and Komo Shrine are also within 3 mi (5 km).
This hotel is located along Yabakei Gorge, a beautiful place designated as one of Japan's New Three Views. Admire the spectacular scenery spreading before your eyes from the hotel's observation deck and hot spring bath. Feel free to try and experience farming activities.