Media Trip to Fukuoka with two media partners of the RTM of the Issuer, Bro Azlan and cameramen Kusyairie is a new experience in Japan. Beginning the trip from the airport to Kansai Airport, then boarded the Shinkansen to Nishi, Fukuoka and then we arrived at our accommodation Hotel Regalo Fukuoka.
It has a height of 8 storeys and MrJocko chance of staying on the 6th floor facing the road. Room size is probably around 200 sqft only and it only has a single bed, a small LCD TV, Mini Bar, a small closet, desk and chair and bathroom were quite comfortable.
Free TV broadcasts and also there is a kettle for hot water. However no extra coffee or tea. Free wifi is also not available in the room. Best sense of loss, in the lobby of the hotel is also free Wi-Fi is not available. So is the concept of most hotels in Japan so take off about everything. Arguably, nothing is free in Japan unless TOILET only.
Regalo Fukuoka Hotel is still using the old key and not a concept like most modern cards. It seems likely Regalo Fukuoka building between the old hotel building here. How to order and the furniture in it was using old furniture and possibly fine-1980s.
However, it is quite comfortable staying at Hotel Regalo Fukuoka. He is not bad, maybe in terms of price it might seem a little expensive for charge around RM190 for the package 2 days 1 night at Hotel Regalo Fukuoka is considered expensive for such a small size. However, it must understand that this is Japan, the small size, but the cost of living is expensive. Luckily, breakfast is provided FREE.
During the 3 day 2 night stay at the Hotel Regalo Fukuoka, it can be categorized as medium class hotel and it was quite in accordance with the tourists who want to travel with a modest budget. Prices for a one night stay at the Hotel Regalo Fukuoka is arguably reasonable and it is also close to the kiosk, 7 Eleven and Shopping Mall.
For a better location, you may need to find locations that are closer to urban areas in Fukuoka so easy to walk around Fukuoka City Hall or at Zhongzhou Street.
Thanks for the Fukuoka City Hall and Osaka Tourism Malaysia for the opportunity to join the Media Trip to Fukuoka.