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We were taking the train so we were looking for something close by for one evening only and found the Miyako. It was a lucky find! We rolled in from taking the Surfliner from San Diego and had no trouble finding it, thanks to the...More
I stayed in a deluxe king for one night. It was a small room, old furniture. I was on the 7th floor, so there was a view. Clean, but the entire room and hotel seemed brown and old. The exterior of the hotel was ok,...More
I stayed at Hotel Miyako with a friend of mine a few months ago and loved the vibe there. One really interesting thing about the bathrooms there is that they have Japanese Toilets that have different kinds of settings, such as adjustable heated seats and...More
The hotel is clean and quiet with good service. The location is great - near all the good Japanese restaurants and the Angel city brewery, as well as the MOCA, and good line metro stop is one block away making it cheap and easy to...More
This hotel was great. The rooms were very clean and drinking facilities were available. The bathroom was really clean. The staff are lovely and very helpful. The security guys are awesome. We had a buffet breakfast and it was nicer than the american hotels we...More
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I did not eat there, but there is a small cafe in the lobby. If they serve the traditional Japanese buffet in a restaurant on premise, that might be odd by American standards. I did not notice a restaurant on the premises... More
I did not eat there, but there is a small cafe in the lobby. If they serve the traditional Japanese buffet in a restaurant on premise, that might be odd by American standards. I did not notice a restaurant on the premises. If the writer of the comment was Japanese, they might not find a cafe in the lobby up to Japanese standards. I had not been to Japan when I stayed there, but I have since then and now understand the traditional Japanese breakfast.