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Book your Japan adventure with gohotels.ph!

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Book your Japan adventure with gohotels.ph!

Karaksa Hotels is a new economy Japanese hotel brand owned and developed by hotel operator Xymax Corporation which Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) recently partnered with. Under the partnership, Xymax will be able to sell its Karaksa Hotels in Japan to the Philippine market through the website of RLC’s Go Hotels, www.gohotels.ph to address the growing demand of Filipino tourists traveling to Japan.

 

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Karaksa Hotels is similar to Go Hotels in terms of being a value essential hotel offering the basic travel necessities with added innovations in room amenities and facilities to adapt to Japanese standards.

The Japanese hotel brand offers Southeast Asian comfort, hospitality and convenience by providing accommodations designed and inspired by Japanese tradition.In addition to local Japanese staff, the hotel also employs personnel who are well-versed in English, Tagalog, and Indonesian.

 

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Adding to this culturally-diverse facet, one of the facilities of the hotels is a prayer room for Muslim guests. All guest rooms are non-smoking, equipped with flat screen TV with international channels, universal wall socket with built-in USB charging ports, desk and chair, mini refrigerator, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer, hot and cold shower, and free high-speed internet service.

Aside from double deck (available only in Osaka Shinsaibashi) and twin rooms, Karaksa Hotels have connecting rooms that cater to large groups and families traveling together. Guests may also enjoy the large social spaces designated for leisure and relaxation that include vending machines dispensing food and souvenir items.

 

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The two branches, Karaksa Hotel Kyoto and Karaksa Hotel Osaka Shinsaibashi, are conveniently located just a few minutes walk from Shijo-Omiya Station and Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station, respectively.

For more information, visit www.gohotels.ph.  Book your Japan adventure today!

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Jojie Alcantara is a multi-awarded photographer, writer, artist and TV personality whose works are featured in tourism campaigns (It's More Fun in the Philippines), covers and spreads of books and international magazines. She is a frequent traveler in search of inspirational stories and heartwarming images of nature and people. She is also a brand endorser and advocate, social media influencer and motivational speaker who gives photography workshops to universities and organizations. A former TV host, she has done a few commercials, several hosting gigs and speaking engagements. In 2013, she received an award from the City Government of Davao for her significant contribution in the social media. She has been a web designer/blogger since the 90s and has seen the evolution of the internet and social media transition from the perspective of a traditional media person.

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