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Small everything --- rooms, elevator, lobby --- but I was in Japan so I could live with that but the A/C was acting like real crazy. First night, it was a heater; second night,it was functioning too much and we were freezing cold; third night,...More
Leopalace Asahikawa is about ten minutes by foot from Asahikawa Station. It is on a large avenue so you can't miss it. Inside, the lobby is quite cramped, and it is shared with some kind of business (I am not sure exactly what). I stayed...More
I stayed here on a snowboarding trip with my friend and I was really glad I did. It seems since many of the earlier reviews they have upped their games. There is wifi on each of the floors, free laundry on the 4th floor and...More
Though it is conveniently located close to the train station the Leopalace has small rooms, no wifi in the rooms, and a sterile, nearly non-existent lobby. Wifi was available in the lobby however, which consisted of a hard, curving bench sandwitched between the dining area...More
Rooms are small, even by Japan standard. For usd160 per night, it is not value for money. The lobby smells of smoke, the room and amenities are very old. You have to fiddle around to make the Aircon and fridge work. Location is boring, somewhere...More
US$58 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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