Royal Park Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Park Hotel Chuo
Staff so helpful, yummy breakfast, great room.
No cot for Basti so I slept with him in double bed which ended up being fine.
Executive level was deduntely worth extra little bit - computers to charge iPads and phones, drinks/snacks and printers for tickets and itineraries. Excellent.
Bags taken all the way to TCAT terminal when we checked out. Amazing service!
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... and even more while I was waiting for the washer to finish. I had to buy a drink to get change for the machines. Sneaky *******s. I had to pee SO badly, but didn't know where to go except for at the hostel. So while my clothes were in the dryer I trotted back the the hostel. I somehow managed to loose the T-Shirt I used to dry off when I forgot my towel for the shower the other night. I pretty sure it's in the ...
... How they walk around as much as they do in 4 inch heels and skirts, I'll never understand. Dustin had steak (which he said was actually really good) and I had a fancy macaroni dish because I've been craving pasta - it was listed on the menu as macaroni and cheese but it came with walnuts and lettuce, and it was actually delicious despite my initial reservations (I did not order a salad people, I wanted some fatty mac and cheese).
That's all for today!
... I could say with Korean Air years ago. I'm very picky, though, so don't take this too seriously. It was also my first time on an A380, but I didn't really have the chance to look around it. Maybe another time.
Plane landed about 10 minutes early, did the usual 4 hours of taxiing back to the gate; from there, we actually got off the plane quite quickly, which was nice, then it was another giant hike to Immigration. I was out of ...
... inducing neon signs and five storey video screens shouting for your attention as you cross the roads. It’s an overwhelming experience alright. Fads and trends that shape the nation’s (and indeed the world’s) youth originate here. There are just so many young people about in Shibuya that you would never guess Japan’s birth-rate has fallen off a cliff and a population time bomb is imminent.
Yes there is many places ...
... we visited 2 more gardens; the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the Jindai Botanical Gardens. Sadly, once again not nearly enough time, but as the gardens had last entries at 3:30 and 4pm and shut an hour later, there was nothing to be done.
We were back in the hotel at 5:30, and at 6, Japanese friends of Aline arrived to take the 3 of us off to a party at the company HQ, of a group of people who used to work with her in ...