"Pretty decent hotel in a somewhat remote area"
Took 3 roooms, a queen and two doubles, on the 2nd floor. View of the river from two rooms. Very clean and nice, though very small. Fridge and kettle and good toiletries provided. TV with normal and pay channels. Check in and out was painless. Staff were polite enough. Walls are paper thin!! The buffet breakfast (1400 yen if pre-ordered otherwise 1500 yen) was somewhat underwhelming. Pikelets with a berry sauce and honey, cornflakes, canned fruit, cocktail sausages, tiny sweet omelettes, boiled eggs, cold mushrooms with eggplant. Rice congee with some accompaniments. Yoghurt. Small bread rolls. Watery orange juice/soft drinks from a machine. Coffee, tea. I've had better, particularly Western breakfasts. Neither of the two nearby stations are JR and so our JR passes were useless. It meant paying 320 yen to get to/from Shin-Yokohama station or 160 yen to get to Yokohama. Not much if you're alone, but for a family of five that was about a $20 round trip to plus a transfer to another station or platform to get anywhere useful. Apart from 7/11 stores and the odd hole in the wall restaurant there isn't much close by. The river isn't much to look at. It looks to be a nondescript working class suburb, dirtier than all the other ones I'd seen in Japan. But the price was good, the room was clean and comfy , the bath and shower etc were great, the lift was good. If I had to stay in the area I would pick it again, but I imagine I'd look for a hotel closer to a JR station next time
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia