A room for a single person is small and hard to get around if you have ad large suitcase, but this is standard for a Japanese hotel room. The room I had had a good-sized window facing the back of the hotel, and it was very pleasant and well kept. The staff is very nice and accommodating. One minor complaint I had was that the hotel did not have a folding suitcase holder. The staff brought a small chair to put the luggage on, which really did not serve the purpose. Overall this is an excellent hope for the price, and I recommend it.
S from US
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Sendai City War Reconstruction Memorial Hall, Sendai Mediatheque, and …More
After a week of small hotel rooms in Tokyo, this room was everything I needed to relax during my 3 days in Sendai. The bathroom was like a dream - moveable shower head, tub, mirrors, stool, bucket. After visiting an onsen, I was thrilled. The room was also big enough to lay out my clothes, organize my suitcase comfortably, and just relax. Would return any day! Breakfast was cheap as well and quite tasty.
Jessica from Baltimore, MD
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Tohoku University, Sendai City War Reconstruction Memorial Hall, and …More
A beautiful setting, the staff were friendly. Disappointed to not have access to the internet in rooms. No business suite either.
Arriving back to the hotel at 11.10 I couldn't believe that that their was no food available at all. Public areas closed and no room service. Ate nuts from minibar but I was so hungry.
Some simple services lacking that we take for granted in 2014.
Situated in Sendai, this hotel is close to Sendai Stadium. Area attractions also include Rinno-ji and Osaki Hachiman Shrine.More