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Get a taste of Japanese culture and all the comforts of home at any one of Apartment Hotel MIMARU’s 13 properties
Space is something of a luxury in the compact country of Japan. In the major cities of Tokyo and Kyoto, spacious accommodations is rarer than hens’ teeth, but leave it to Apartment Hotel MIMARU to offer a solution.
With 13 locations in both Tokyo and Kyoto and more opening this year, Apartment Hotel MIMARU offers various types of spacious and comfortable rooms to suit the needs of every traveller. Deluxe Family Apartments are ideal for families, accommodating up to four people and featuring bunk beds for the kids, while connecting rooms can easily sleep up to ten. While each type of room is designed for comfort, the Japanese-Style Apartment and Deluxe Apartment offer a taste of local culture. The Japanese-Style Apartment features a table that can be folded to make room for futon beds while the sofas in the Deluxe Apartment with Sofa beds provide a quick and easy transition when it’s lights-out.
There’s a reason eating out is the more popular option among visitors to Japan – most travellers won’t be able to look past the plethora of excellent restaurants located close to the hotels. However, for a home-away-from-home experience, a kitchenette is offered, providing cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery sets, so those that like to cook up a storm on holiday can head to the local supermarket nearby and then try their hand at making a Japanese feast.
Along with its sensational cuisine, Japan is known for its excellent public transport that is convenient and always on time, and every Apartment Hotel MIMARU in Japan is located an easy walk from a transport stop, so you can jump on a train and head to some of Japan’s most famous tourist attractions. If you find yourself overwhelmed with all of the information available, the bilingual front desk staff at the hotel are more than happy to share their intimate knowledge of the most popular attractions, recommend restaurants and events and reveal where only the locals go to make the most of the city. And don’t worry if you don’t speak Japanese – a smartphone with Wi-fi and AI concierge called BEBOT is placed in each room to accompany you on your journey exploring Japan. That’s how they do it in The Land of the Rising Sun.