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Reviewed November 22, 2015

While not by the beach, this hotel is very well located in terms of getting to any important place by walking less than 15 minutes. The facilities are top notch, but a bit dated. Everything is super clean and nice but VHS VCR's in the room?? This hotel was super luxurious in the past and might be in for some updating. Service is great and there are always more than enough people available to assist you.... but with very limited understanding. English was spoken very lightly, but enough to not be very frustrating.

  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled on business
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Reviewed September 17, 2015 via mobile

Wanted to go somewhere with a seaview,pool and spa.
The Harvest Ito seemed to fit the bill especially as they were offering an off-peak mid-week package for a twin-bedded room with balcony including breakfast.
The hotel is a membership hotel first and foremost.Its a good 10-15 minute walk from Ito station which is not a problem as long as the weather is fine.The hotel has no shuttle but can be reached by bus which stops near Tsutaya (the DVD rental shop) for 170 yen.The other option is to take a taxi.
The staff were professional (but don't expect to have things explained in English)
The room was large and clean with a partial seaview on the 8th floor.
There's a pool and spa bath on the 10th floor.The pool was almost always empty especially just after 1pm and after swimming you can slip into the spa bath as there's an interconnecting changing room.You will need a bathing cap to swim but you can rent one if you don't have your own.Also there are mini-lockers to store your valuables in the changing rooms but all the instructions how to use are in Japanese.Basically choose the locker number (3 numbers and empty if there is no red light...and then immediately input a 4 number password.The locker will open.Put your valuables in and close the door.Its then locked.To open again follow the same sequence)
The ladies and men's baths change at midnight every day so you get the chance to try all the baths if you stay 1 night.
Breakfast was adequate.For my 3 night stay the choice was exactly the same every morning.The western selection was nothing to write home about but the Japanese selection was much better with some nice baked fish options. The only English in the breakfast room was for Tea,coffee or hot water.There is no explanation about any of the food items on offer so be prepared to ask if you need help...a couple of the staff spoke a little English.
All in all a good place to stay if you just want to relax and use the pool and spa.Geered very much to the Japanese membership market!

Stayed: September 2015, travelled solo
Thank aichii
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Stayed: September 2018
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Reviewed September 12, 2018
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Room Tip: 会員にならないといい部屋はないでしょう
  • Stayed: September 2018, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile
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Stayed: August 2018, travelled with family
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