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Hotel Hoshi Kai Kan


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  • Hotel Hoshi Kai Kan

    The DL hotels were just too steep for us price wise so I checked Expedia and happened to find this hotel. It was only $128 per night for the rooms with 4 futon beds . They were quite comfortable. There was also a rack for hanging clothes and 4 robes and slippers provided for when you went to the rest room. The toiletries and anything else you needed was easily accessed in the lobby area at no additional charge and the bathrooms were very nice. The rooms had tv's and there was also an area with tons of Manga books and magazines you could borrow. The train station and subway stations were both right around the corner. It took us about 45 minutes to get to DL if I remember right and between the train tickets and the monorail tickets we paid about $11.00 to get there and back.

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    Sounds like a good find. Did you take any pictures of the hotel?


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