For those in Maebashi city and looking for a place to stay, look no further than Maebashi Sakura Hotel. Offering comfort, convenience and practicality all rolled casually into one package, Maebashi Sakura Hotel is simply a seven minute walk away from JR East Maebashi station and a five minute walk away from (other operator) Chuo Maebashi station. These stations are also serviced by a number of bus routes, making trips to Maebashi’s attractions such as Shikishima Park, Maebashi Park, Prefectural Office of Gunma, Akagi Kronenberg and Maebashi Art Musuem enjoyable and stress free. Additionally, being so near the railway station, it is simple to take day trips to other cities in Gunma such as Takasaki, and to go visit many of the surrounding restaurants and convenience stores nearby.
For a night at Maebashi Sakura Hotel, you’ll be looking at 10,600 yen for a single room which is more than enough for one person. Otherwise the hotel offers twin rooms, double rooms and a suite room that is accompanied by an additional living room area. Each room is equipped with all the facilities and amenities you need: TV, fridge, money safe, writing desk, shower, bath, basin, complimentary toiletries and a window with a view. Plus, also included with an additional surcharge, are the hotel’s laundry services and in-room massages starting from 4,000 yen for 40 minutes. Maebashi Sakura Hotel also has non-smoking floors, vending machines, a banquet room, a theatre room and 9 meeting rooms for your convenience and comfort.
The hotel’s staff members are helpful, and are always there to answer all your questions and help you find your way around the city. They will also guide you to two of their restaurants. One restaurant serves a buffet breakfast for 1000 yen, where you can eat as much Japanese and western foods as you want. Their second restaurant serves traditional Japanese food for dinner on tatami mats.
Thus, Maebashi Sakura Hotel is an urban hotel that is convenient and highly practical for a comfortable stay for both business and tourism.