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I've stayed in this hotel twice, and I have to say it's one of my favorites. The rooms that I've gotten have been quite large for Japan, with room for couches or at least a little sitting area. It's a cute place, very fancy-feeling, and...More
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Response from Hotel_Piena_Kobe, 宿泊課 at Hotel Piena KobeResponded 14 February 2017
Thank you very much for staying Hotel Piena Kobe
Hotel Piena Kobe’s breakfast is no1 in Japan which is very
popular with women because it has many kinds of cakes
at breakfast. Also vegetables made in Kobe is served at breakfast.
It is convenient because...More
I don't agree with this 4.5 star rating. Don't be fooled by the fancy looking lobby and restaurant. The guest room is small (to be expected in japan) and very old. After returning from dinner our room was extremely hot and could not be cooled...More
Most reviewers mention the breakfast with good reason - it is a huge buffet with a cakes table capable of causing immediate diabetic comas.
The rooms are also a decent size for Japan, and we were very comfortable in a King bed.
We walked to...More
A lovely hotel. Larger rooms than many. French blue and white decor. Helpful friendly staff. Our a/c did not work. Staff came to room with dyson fan and air purifier. Thankfully cool outside and opening the window worked, so I did not complain further about...More
Walked downhill from Shin-Kobe station (make sure you print off their directions) and arrived at this sweets smelling polished hotel. Another 20 min walk to European houses and the Trick Art Museum and to the Sannomiya train station in the other direction where we took...More