I ended up in this hotel because Lufthansa was unable to provide a plane for 400 people traveling to Frankfurt and all were put into hotels around Chiba. I arrived to the hotel in the evening and went pretty much straight to sleep but the hotel staff was really apologetic about our situation which felt nice after not getting any love from the Lufthansa people. I didn't get to see the area a lot but it seems to be a nice place to spend for example the last day before leaving Japan. The high rise apartment buildings and taking a cute monorail to nearby attractions that include a samurai village and a castle mound with a museum on top will be enough for one day easily. The hotel is right on top of a station which means a little noise from passing trains, but this being Japan they don't run very late. The twin room was tiny with room to open the luggage only on the bed, so don't leave your last minute packing for here. But it was very clean and neat.The good thing is that you don't have to get up in the wee hours to catch your flight in the morning. First train running to Narita was 5:47 and it took about 15 minutes to terminal 1. Maybe on my next trip to Japan I will go there voluntarily.
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