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at Kakegawa Grand Hotel

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... You do get a welcome drink upon check in. Also breakfast is included in the room rate. Not really much more to say there.
... hotels, this property uses old-fashioned metal keys for the room doors. The hotel is located right across the street from...
... anytime recently. It has wifi, a must, but no fitness room, dim lighting, limited TV, nothing that disqualifies it but...
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Markus H wrote a review Oct 2018
Dinkelsbuhl, Germany243 contributions35 helpful votes
The hotel rooms are very dated but clean and really cheap (approx 70€ per night).
Breakfast has an ok selection.
You do get a welcome drink upon check in.
Also breakfast is included in the room rate.
Not really much more to say there.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled on business
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waco7kid wrote a review Jan 2016
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Visited 29DEC15. Although the description states four restaurants, when we checked in at ~10:30 PM most of the restaurants were either closed or closing.

The height of the bathroom ceiling is only ~75 inches (1.9 m) tall. I hit my head on the doorjam.

Unlike most modern hotels, this property uses old-fashioned metal keys for the room doors.

The hotel is located right across the street from the train station. Traditional Japanese restaurants are located in and near the train station as well.

Unclear if any rooms are "non-smoking."
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Check out several rooms before deciding on the one to stay in. The front desk allows you to do so.
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Kevin M wrote a review Dec 2014
14 contributions6 helpful votes
The hotel is convenient to the Kakegawa station and has what is needed for a business trip. The hotel has what I would call faded elegance, nicely kept but not updated anytime recently. It has wifi, a must, but no fitness room, dim lighting, limited TV, nothing that disqualifies it but nothing that really distinguishes it. I typically stay one night here and am very satisfied. As a constant traveler, the rest is a wish list, but one I keep hoping to fill with hotels in Japan.
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Date of stay: December 2014Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: Get the junior suite, not pricey and much larger than a standard room.
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tiffany_huang946 wrote a review Aug 2014
Taichung, Taiwan31 contributions16 helpful votes
A ok hotel! Only one English channel CNN, need to pay $1000 yen for movie channel last a night! Breakfast is ok, simple but you can have things you want. A Chinese lady works there and speaks Chinese to me! Very helpful! Always twin beds room, good wireless at room!
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Date of stay: August 2014Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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CorningPaul wrote a review Nov 2013
Corning, New York40 contributions16 helpful votes
The Kakegawa Grand Hotel is among the top hotels in this town. The rooms are larger than standard, but smaller than US standards. The Grand has a single loop air conditioner, so in the winter (from mid November until April) it only blows hot air into the room. You can open the small window for cooling, but it's still too warm for me. In the summer (April to October) you can only have air conditioning, so there might be some cold nights you need to request a heater or take a warm bath. There is plenty of hot water. The breakfast buffet is ok, you can get eggs to order, pancakes and sometimes waffles. There is no fitness center or pool.
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Date of stay: November 2013Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: Ask for a Fuji-san view if you want a chance to see the mountain in the morning when the air is...
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