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Tomiura Royal Hotel, Minamiboso

1212 Tadara, Tomiura-cho, Minamiboso-shi, Other, Chiba, Japan 299-2404 (Show on map)

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Features of Tomiura Royal Hotel, Minamiboso

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • bicycle rental
  • car power charging station
  • chapel
  • coffee shop
  • elevator
  • facilities for disabled guests
  • family room
  • laundry service
  • meeting facilities
  • restaurant
  • safety deposit boxes
  • shops
  • vending machine

Sports and Recreation

  • garden
  • massage
  • outdoor pool
  • sauna
  • spa


  • Wi-Fi in public areas


  • car park

Languages Spoken

  • Japanese

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Hotel Description
Built in 1980, Tomiura Royal Hotel, Minamiboso is a distinct addition to Chiba and a smart choice fo...see more Built in 1980, Tomiura Royal Hotel, Minamiboso is a distinct addition to Chiba and a smart choice for travelers. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Take advantage of a wealth of unrivaled services and amenities at this Chiba hotel. This hotel offers numerous on-site facilities to satisfy even the most discerning guest.

Tomiura Royal Hotel, Minamiboso is home to 188 bedrooms. All are tastefully furnished and many even provide such comforts as non smoking rooms, air conditioning, heating, desk, alarm clock. The hotel offers an excellent variety of recreational facilities, including sauna, outdoor pool, spa, massage, garden. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Tomiura Royal Hotel, Minamiboso hits the spot in many ways.
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carlo F. Families with young children
Italy, August 29, 2015
Great location

We spent a week here,2 adults and 2 little children,it was great.The property is at the top of a small promontory,with nothing around but trees! It's quite and isolated,the staff are very helpful and there is also a pool for the children to play in. The only thing that let us down was the poor choice when it came to the food menu at the pool side or in the lobby bar:only three courses of low quality! I guessed this was motivated by the lack of interest from the average guest who perhaps self catered. Said so the breakfast buffet was very good and only lacked cereals.There was also a chef cooking eggs in front of guests which somehow lifted the level of service and compensated for my daily struggle to get forks and knives for all,the all customer experience is strictly tailored to the Japanese individual needs,e.g.: chopsticks only! We certainly recommend this hotel provided you are prepared to accept some of the local culture restrictions unknown to westeners, like the hourly ten minutes break in the pool or the small charge to access it. We as a family give it 7 out of 10,but we could easily add a point was the food choice really a 4 stars one. Well done and thank you
Youngwoo K. Couples
South Korea, August 13, 2015
very good

clean, spacious and good environment
very good
Mei Y. Families with young children
Hong Kong, July 27, 2015
Good environment

Big enough and nice view
Gerald H. Couples
United States of America, October 20, 2014

Best three things were the view, the relatively rural countryside, and size of the room.
I saw a couple of reviews before going that spoke of the hotel being old, and it is. Built in the 1970's when Japan's economy was VERY robust, it was originally an extremely advanced and pricy destination. Like so many of the larger and older Japanese hotels,it shows its age in various ways. Scraped moldings, corner peeling of wallpaper in a few places, and some fading in the first floor lobby carpeting. Rooms were huge - by Japanese standards - and very sparsely furnished. Two semi-double beds, a two seater couch, an arm chair, a small table, and a very unimposing dressing stand area, with a small fold up mirror. The walls looked freshly painted, with all normal hotel items, like wall mirror and K-Mart art missing. The hot bath was nice, but kind of boring. An interesting thing is, being off the beaten path, the hotel has no English translated signs, menus, TV control directions, or other amenities. The breakfast buffet, while relatively large, was all tailored to the Japanese clientele, with virtually no Western allowances. With all of this, I think the hotel was fantastic for the price. If we had wanted a bright and shiny place to stay, there are many in the 200-800 dollar range in the area, but this once grand, and still stately, hotel was a bargain for the price.
elizabeth Y. Families with young children
United Kingdom, August 28, 2014
Great rooms but isolated

Huge rooms, great view, helpful staff
I spent two nights at this hotel with my primary school aged children. The rooms were very spacious, the view was great and the staff were very helpful. However, the food was very overpriced and the location was so isolated it was difficult to find anywhere outside the hotel to eat. Very Japanese - tiny towels, no BBC or CNN on the TV, you had to pay for the pool and they made you get out for ten minutes of every hour!!
eitaro H. Groups
Japan, August 17, 2015

レストラン以外はパーフェクトでした。 部屋は綺麗、スタッフ対応も良く、料金もハイシーズンにしては、安かった。 ただ、到着が遅くなりホテルの居酒屋レストランで、食事をする事に、内容は最悪、ほとんど冷凍食品のような感じ、海の近くなので刺身を期待しましたが、残念な結果となりました。 料金はかなり高め、味は値段に伴ってない、料理の量は少ない。 外で食事してくる事をおすすめします。 他の部分が良いだけに非常にもったいない。
Marie S. Groups
Japan, August 04, 2014

FAN W. Families with young children
Hong Kong, July 27, 2015


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