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This is a large hotel that hosts a number of conventions (lots of ballroom space), so when there are no conventions they offer great deals to fill up the rooms. I paid less than $90 per night for 5-star accommodations. There are plenty of restaurants...More
Response from HONiigata, 支配人 at Hotel Okura NiigataResponded 13 July 2015
Thank you very much for choosing The Hotel Okura Niigata for your recent stay in Niigata. We are happy to hear that you liked our hotel, especially our facilities and the location. We would like to thank you for your recommendation.
Looking forward to welcoming...More
What a lovely hotel this is. It's got a beautiful relaxed 1970s feel to it, but is not at all shabby. It's well kept, clean and spacious. The bathroom was gorgeous, and the view from the room over Bandai Bridge and the Shinano River was...More
Response from HONiigata, 支配人 at Hotel Okura NiigataResponded 3 July 2015
Thank you for choosing Hotel Okura Niigata for your recent stay in Niigata.
We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us, especially the atmosphere, breakfast, and view of Shinano River.
Please try our Japanese style breakfast next time, we are sure...More
Under amenities Trip Advisor lists swimming pool and free parking. There is definitely NO swimming pool at the Niigata Hotel Okura which was a disappointment after a long drive to get there. Also there is NO FREE parking. We had to pay about 1300 yen...More
We stayed for 5 nights at this hotel and I have to say it was an exceptionally surprising and pleasant experiance from the moment we stepped from the car to the day we left.
We were visiting our daughter who lives and works in the...More
A hotel staff here greeted me with a 45-degree bow, what a great custom. Bring earplugs because I could here the chirping of the crosswalk from the 9th floor and everything here is in Japanese, even the TV remote.
I was on business and hadn't done any sightseeing other than walking to the nearby shops and pub street. I did see plenty of brochures at the desk and the concierge was very attentive. We took the bullet train to Tokyo as we... More
I was on business and hadn't done any sightseeing other than walking to the nearby shops and pub street. I did see plenty of brochures at the desk and the concierge was very attentive. We took the bullet train to Tokyo as we flew out of Haneda. Best to call up the hotel and ask. Sorry I'm not that much help on your questions.
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"Ask for a room with a view over the river. It only costs a small amount extra, but is well worth it."