“The Rakuten Travel,” a travel booking site, announced the ranking of 10 business hotels that earned the most votes from their guests during 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016. According to its consequent, the 1st is “Ochanomizu hotel SHORYUKAN” in Tokyo, the 2nd is “HOTEL COCO GRAND TAKASAKI” in Gunma and the 3rd is “mitsui garden hotel Kashiwa-no-ha” in Chiba.
The top 10 business hotels
1st “Ochanomizu hotel SHORYUKAN” in Tokyo
2nd “HOTEL COCO GRAND TAKASAKI” in Gunma
3rd “mitsui garden hotel Kashiwa-no-ha” in Chiba
4th “HOTEL BESTLAND” in Ibaraki
5th “SUPER HOTEL HACHINOHE-TENNENONSEN” in Aomori
6th “IZUMO GREEN HOTEL MORRIS” in Shimane
7th “SOLARIA NISHITETSU HOTEL KAGOSHIMA” in Kagoshima
8th “TOTTORI GREEN HOTEL MORRIS” in Tottori
9th “Premium dormy inn” in Hokkaido
10th “Richmond Hotels Fukuyama Eki mae” in Hiroshima
The first place hotel is “Ochanomizu hotel SHORYUKAN” which is a quiet and idyllic inn in the center of a capital. As its guests say “the room and the bath are calm, and it relaxes me very much,” its fresh and neat impression, the bath for 24 hours and the charge-free massage chair service are raised highly.
Refer to this site: http://blog.drikin.com/2011/10/day4.html
The second place is “HOTEL COCO GRAND TAKASAKI” in Gunma prefecture. “The Spa” of the hotel, including the open-air bath in which guests can enjoy good night scene and the carbonate spring which improves blood flow, is well-reputed. The buffet breakfast compromised between East and West is also popular, so this hotel is recommended for those who think great deal of breakfast.
Refer to this site: http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/ju12317/16797632.html
The thirdly ranked hotel is “mitsui garden hotel Kahiwa-no-ha” in Chiba. Its natural hot spring, which drawn from the site of the hotel, and the mist-sauna relaxation are caught on highly. Its Italian buffet breakfast is popular as the guests say “we can enjoy Japanese and Italian daily dish, and its fresh juice is caught on especially with women for its healthiness.
Refer to this site: http://4travel.jp/travelogue/11116365