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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tsurugaokakaikan Kamakura
Hotel is very nice. Has parking accessed by room swipe card. Staff very helpful and even rang the room to check everything was okay. Hotel has shuttle bus to anywhere in a 3 mile radius. Our room is a King suite with a King bed, sofa bed, desk with one chair and an arm chair. Can get disposable plates and cutlery and microwave safe containers from reception if needed. There is a sink near the microwave (not the bathroom vanity) for washing up if doing any cooking. Some microwavable meals available near reception. Room also has a fridge but it does not have a freezer section or a thermostat. Very happy with our choice tonight.
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