Came here to exhibit in Makuhari Messe, we had a superior room, and yes, the room is SMALL! The bathroom feels like a cubicle that is placed in the room, very unpleasant to shower or use the bathroom, it stinks. The bed was too springy, i can feel the spring when I sleep. But the location is great, there's a few malls within walking distance, and a train to go to tokyo. There are restaurants and bakery on those malls, so it is convenient. Not only it is expensive, it is also not a very comfortable hotel, and it doesnt look friendly. Some of the hotel staff do not speak English, but what really helps is that there's a 24/7 convenience store inside the hotel. Food there are fresh and eatable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rising majestically over Tokyo Bay, the metropolitan Makuhari Prince Hotel is drawing worldwide acclaim as Japan's newest international business center. The 50-story tower is conveniently connected by an arcade to Makuhari Messe, which hosts some of the world's most important trade shows. Offering a high level of hospitality, this urban hotel has some outstanding features including restaurants with spectacular views, and state-of-the art wedding and conference facilities. Best of all, the Makuhari Prince is strategically located near both business and leisure areas of Tokyo, making it the perfect starting point for business travelers who also want to add some vacation time. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Apa Hotel And Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari
- Apa Hotel Chiba
- Apa Hotel Tokyo Bay Makuhari