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Grand Vrio Hotel Nara Wakura

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2 de 5 hoteles en Tenri
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430-1 Nikaido Kaminoshocho, Tenri 632-0081 Nara Prefecture
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Aeropuerto Internacional de Osaka39 km
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Aeropuerto Internacional de Kansai55 km
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The concept of a motel (or motor-hotel) is a distinctly American one. These are places you usually drive to, and often enough can park right outside your room. Other countries do not have motels. The Grandvrio Hotel in Nara, however, could almost be seen as a sort of higher-class motel. And the reason I say this has mostly to do with the location. Nara being a popular tourist spot, it is increasingly difficult to open new hotels in the city itself – turf is expensive, and good locations are already taken. So in this case they decided to ignore the three rules of real-estate – location, location, location – and build a new hotel (opened in 2018) outside the city itself in a rather nondescript, semi-industrial, semi-agricultural area. So unless you have a car (or a lot of patience for a good hour’s train ride into the city) this hotel may not be your cup of tea. However, if you are travelling by car, and hope to avoid the high prices and lack of availability that come with stays in the center of the city, this may be the place for you. This hotel is a part of the Route Inn group, but is basically a level up from that. The lobby is fairly nice, but in the mode of a traditional Japanese Ryokan, you have to take your shoes off before going any further than the lobby. There are shoe lockers just around the corner, and the slippers they offer seemed to fit fine on my big western feet. They do have more traditional rooms (with tatami flooring) available, but we chose to stay in a western-style room. At the hotel restaurant, we had the course dinner, which was pretty good. My favorite course was the shabu-shabu, which is thinly sliced pork over vegetables. The other courses were good, but not outstanding. One plus about the hotel’s location is that there does seem to be a fair amount of restaurants on the street, within easy walking distance of the hotel. So there is no absolute need to eat dinner at the hotel restaurant. The room was nice, and about as big as most Japanese hotel rooms. It had a fridge, and a place to hang coats and such, but no closet. The unit bathroom was adequate, but be aware the ceiling is a bit low (not uncommon in Japan). The “night lights” were more like reading lights on the headboard of the bed. They were a little too bright to actually be used as nightlights, and I did not find any sort of dimmer switch for them. However, the desk lamp could be dimmed, which worked out. The beds were comfortable, but we only had 2 pillows despite making reservations as a family of 4, and had to ask the front desk for more. There was a humidifier in the room, which was nice, as I have been in a number of hotels in the past where overly dry air makes it almost impossible to sleep. We made use of the onsen (Japanese style baths) on the first floor. This one did have small lockers for your valuables, which was convenient. It appeared to be clean and was not overly crowded. I did not get a chance to use the outdoor bath, but the indoor one was nice. My favorite part of the stay was the breakfast buffet. Dinner, of course, can always be eaten elsewhere. But breakfast is most convenient before you ever have to leave the building. So a good breakfast buffet is always a big plus. They had both Japanese and Western-style fare, and a good selection of both. When we checked out one of the staff members offered to help us carry our bags to the car, and told us the best route to drive to the center of Nara. Overall I was happy with our stay. At the end of a long day of hitting the sites, it was nice to come to a place where you could relax and enjoy the evening meal, bath and breakfast and not have to leave the premises.
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まだ新しいとの事で綺麗なビジネスホテルでした。連休中に利用した為、最後の一部屋で喫煙しか空いていませんでしたが、新しいから大丈夫かなと思い泊まりましたが、やはりかなり煙くて喉が痛くなりました。 朝食ビュッフェは奈良を意識したものが多くて良かったです。
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チェックイン後靴をスリッパに履き替えて、館内はスリッパ移動です 部屋はコンパクトな感じで やっぱり最近のルートインはロッカーはないんですね? 部屋の壁側にハンガーが8本くらい並んでました 別にハンガーがあれば使えますけど なんだか部屋の臭いを洋服が吸い込みそうな気がして。。。 ベッドは大きく快適に眠る事が出来ました 小さな丸テーブルと椅子が2脚 ソファーの方がいいけど スペース的に無理なので このレイアウトなんでしょうね ちょっと使いにくい 普通のルートインでコンフォートルームの方がマシな気がする 洗面所やお風呂は綺麗でした まだ新しいホテルということもあり カビなどはなかった 掃除をちゃんとしてるってことですね  浴槽もちょっと広めな感じかな ただトイレの便座がガタガタしてて不快 朝食会場の混み具合は部屋のテレビでライブ映像が流れるので確認して出かけれるのが便利 最近これの有り難味が強く感じます このサービスが無いホテルは会場まで行って長蛇の列に遭遇するとうんざりします フロントカウンターのスタッフ 食事会場 どのスタッフも笑顔で優しい接客に安心しました 今回の一番の良さは人間かもしれません 運が良かっただけなのか 普段こんなホテルに中々遭遇しませんからね(笑) どこにも居るでしょ 感じ悪い人 総じて良かったです
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オープンして間もないこともあり、非常にキレイで清潔感のあるホテル。 チェックインし、ホテル内に入る際は靴を脱ぎ、スリッパに履き替える。靴は鍵付きの靴箱に入れる、ホテルでは珍しいシステムをとっている。 ロビーは狭く、時間帯からか、チェックイン時は混み合っており、なかなかチェックインできなかった。イスも少なく立ちっぱなしで順を待った。チェックイン時の説明がやや長く感じたが、丁寧とも言える。 夕食は外でとったのでわからないが、朝食は満足行く内容だった。サラダや果物が若干が少なく感じたが、郷土を意識した内容になっていた。
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78 US$ - 199 US$ (basado en tarifas medias de habitación estándar)
JapónKinkiNara PrefectureTenri
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