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Toyota Village (Toyota Village)

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Kotobukicho 2-36 Toyota (Okazaki / ToyotaArea)

Review of Business Hotel Toyota Village

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Reviewed:2016/01/30 価格であれば・・・
朝食はパンが主流で、バナナ・玉子・スープという感じですが決して豪華ではありません。
少し食べて早くに仕事に行くビジネスマンには向いています。
価格はかなり安いです。
プリペードカードプランもあるので面白いです。
Reviewed:2012/12/07 ビジネスホテルとしては合格点だと思います。
研修で豊田に行った時に二週間ほど宿泊しました。名鉄土橋駅から少し離れていたので十分ぐらい歩きましたが、とくに迷う事なく到着しました。(私は利用してませんが駐車場は広くて使いやすそうでした。)ビジネスホテルなのでサービスはそれほど期待してませんでしたが、部屋はきれいで居心地が良くて、全室シャワートイレ付でインターネットができるようになっていて、宿泊料金が安いわりには十分満足できる内容でした。またロビ...

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Address
Kotobukicho 2-36 Toyota [map]
Area
Okazaki / ToyotaArea
Check-in
16:00
Check-out
10:00
Facility information
Set in a prime location of Aichi, Toyota Village puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The property offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at Toyota Village. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like flat screen television, carpeting, linens, slippers, towels. The property offers various recreational opportunities. Toyota Village combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Aichi unforgettable.
Number of rooms
41

Information Sources:  Agoda

Access

          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.
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          Aichi Areas

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          Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.