Hotel Trusty Kobe Kyukyoryuchi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Trusty Kobe Kyukyoryuchi
The cafe/bistro connected to the lobby of the hotel is a relaxing place for a bite or drink. We were here today for a coffee. Even though it is December we could sit out of the terrace, which was very comfortable. The latte's and chocolait fondant were also very nice.
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