Okay Stay. Great Sleep. Good-Cop/Bad-Cop Staffs. Not recommended. Capsule is better for a budget stay.
Thought I wouldn't write anything cuz it'd be a waste of my time and wouldn't change a thing, but as a professional writer, I take this as my post-Valentine's Day exercise. Let me share my experiences with you in words.
I cancelled a booking originally made at nearby BnB, 2 times more expensive than this one, because my friend had a limited budget. (My friend is still a design student while I have a solid career and no problem booking a full-board room at a 4-star resorts which I did for 2-night after I checked out and went to Hokkaido alone.) Read reviews from others after a reservation made, I knew what I signed-up for. So it was no surprise to me; okay stay, not so okay staffs.
The girl with a heavy make-up on was so nice. She was the sunshine in Tokyo winter. The other didn't even bother to smile, let alone be nice. I greeted her = no response. Fine! The place might be much warmer if you weren't that cold, girl.
I intentionally booked a room with 4-bed and window. Turned out I got a room with 2-bed and no window. It was comfy, though. I slept during the day and went out at night, so I didn't turn a heater on all day.
However, 2 out of 4 mornings, the no-smile Snow Queen Elsa came to our room and told us to turn the heater off. I refused and no regrets doing so. Yes, I turned it on during the day, but how about I turned it off when I went out at night? I almost left this room to stay at one of capsule hotels with hot bath cuz it'd be much nicer, but I stayed cuz my friend refused to leave. Had to stick it out for him.
11-day, 4-town, 7-hotel in Japan, this one is my 1st runner-up worst. But, to quote the real Elsa, guess I have to "Let it go."