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Accommodations949 properties
Popular hotelMeitetsu Inn Nagoya Nishiki
Popular areaNagoya Station
Nightly rates from$14
AirportChubu Centrair International Airport
Reasons to visitSightseeing, Restaurants, Shopping

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APA Hotel Nagoyaeki Shinkansenguchi Kita
Nagoya Station,Nagoya - View on map
8.1

Excellent

83 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 48
APA Hotel Nagoya-Sakae
Sakae,Nagoya - View on map
"The hotel is 5-10 minute walk from Sakae subway station. If you come with heavy luggage, would recommend to use the exits with escalators or elevators, which will land you inside other building (but you can find your way out just fine), but it's better than lug those bags upstairs. The hotel itself is quite new and located in the middle of nightlife neighborhood, so there're bars everywhere. The room, the bed is quite comfy, but no air humidifier which I think should have been provided during winter. The breakfast was 'The Best'. I loved the traditional Japanese ingredients for the rice very much, especially the black paste. The coffee making machine was awesome. By the way, I happened to have seen the controversial book 'The Real History of Japan' that you purposely placed in the room. It's ABSURD. And since I saw the news that you are going to remove it, I'll have no complaints about this."
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7.8

Very good

842 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 48
Meitetsu Inn Nagoya Nishiki
Sakae,Nagoya - View on map
"The hotel itself was fine and staff were very nice, The price included clean pajamas which got changes as well as the bed linings every day. The price also included breakfast. The location is within the walking distance to many central attractions of Nagoya, also very easy to find places to eat. The only thing stood out was the rubbish on the pavement outside of hotel (nothing to do with the hotel). Japan being such a clean country, it was unusual to see any litter normally, but for the 2 days we stayed in this hotel, the street where the hotel was covered by a lot of litter, which was a shame. For that reason, we can not give it a 5 star for location."
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8.2

Excellent

4169 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 50
HOTEL UNIZO Nagoya Ekimae
Nagoya Station,Nagoya - View on map
"This hotel is about a 5-10 walk from Nagoya Station, and there are many restaurants nearby. Very clean hotel as well"
8.5

Excellent

215 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 46
The Royal Park Canvas Nagoya
Nagoya Station,Nagoya - View on map
"I spent a weeknd in Nagoya and stayed at Royal Park Hotel. The location of the hotel is in 5 mins walk to Nagoya Station, and just 3 mins from Midland Island (a high-end shoppig and dinning place, Dean Deluca is there). Also, there are hundreds of shops to satisfy all kinds of visitors. By the way, I paid a bit more to stay on Premium floor, and it's worthy! The size of the room is bigger than the average business hotesl in Japan, and free drinks at restaurant. The breakfast is as good as most people posted online, very healthy and delicated foods to energise youself in the morining. I'd definitely stay at this hotel if I go to Nagoya again."
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8.5

Excellent

1769 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 93
Red Planet Nishiki Nagoya
Sakae,Nagoya - View on map
"Lived in this city, Nagoya, for over 5 years. Lived in Nishiki itself for 2 of those years. What Red Planet Hotels has accomplished here in Nagoya is something just short of miraculous. Staying in Japanese hotels is always an adventure--many things are different as the culture and expectations are different. Red Planet has developed a hotel that takes what Pacific Asian cultures expect and North American culture expects and created an amazing hotel. 1. BEST SHOWER EVER!!!!!!!!! 2. High speed internet. 3. A great breakfast buffet. We're talking hotcakes, soft omelettes, variety of coffees, teas, vitamin drinks, fresh croissants, and Japanese options such as tofu, miso soup, and so on, in a lovely dining space that is very clean, and actually has two staff members waiting on you. Unbelievably low priced at 1 thousand yen which is about ten US dollars, I stayed about an hour just enjoying the meal. 4. Fantastic personal AC, friendly staff, everything brand new. Just go there!!"
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8.6

Excellent

1399 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 40
APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae Kita
Sakae,Nagoya - View on map
"Hotel's location is great. Few meters from the metro train and away from the busy night life. (It is also near the nagoya castle if you like walking.) Rooms were not that big but this is standard for Japan hotels. Everyday housekeeping was great. Not much selection for breakfast buffet. I suggest get your food at the nearest 7-11 or any convenience store near it. "
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8.6

Excellent

318 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 47
Mitsui Garden Hotel Nagoya Premier
Nagoya Station,Nagoya - View on map
"This is my first visit to Nagoya. Glad that I choose this hotel as it seems new and modern. Everything is perfect.. Location just 5 mins stroll to station, surounded by shopping, lots of shopping ( I was surprised!) Both branded and non branded. Many eateries too but MUST try their local Unagi rice and the famous one( Maruya Honten Meiekiten) located in a mall which is just 5 mins walk from hotel.. Of course good stuff need to queue but really worth it! We ate there twice during my 2 nights stay.. That's how good it is!! We aren't Unagi's fan but definitely must eat in Nagoya. My only issue with the hotel is the rubbish bin in toilet is too small, so maybe can look into it this small matter. Other than that.. I will be back again when I visit Nagoya. "
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8.9

Excellent

4337 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 146
Nagoya Tokyu Hotel
Sakae,Nagoya - View on map
"I visit to Nagoya 3-4 times per year, and for years I have stayed that one of the well known "western" hotel chains. On a recent trip to Nagoya, I decided to give the Tokyu a try since it would save me about 80-USD per night. I recalled staying at the Tokyu perhaps 10 years ago. When I arrived at the Tokyu, I was greeted with great coutesy, which is common at all fine hotels in Japan. My check-in was smooth, and I was escorted to my room quickly and efficiently. This was a follow-up stay, and I had left my bags with the hotel while i took an overnight bag to Osaka. My bags were ready and waiting when i arrive this second time. The rooms are a bit smaller than the Hilton, but larger than the Marriott Associa. The rooms are more Japanese in their design and decor compared to these western hotels, and I found the bed extremely comfortable, and the shower was excellent. The bathroom amenities are typical of a 4-star in Japan, and I was happy to see that the hotel has installed soap dispensers in the shower so I can avoid creating more trash by using a tiny shampoo bottle once. The single use bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and soap are all still provided, but I chose to use the dispenser products instead, and I was satisfied completely. Razors, toothbrushes, and other assorted items are provided along with hair dressing and aftershave. My only disappointment was with the room carpets. I stayed in two different rooms over the course of a week, and the carpets in both had small cigarette burns, and other small stains, but otherwise the room was in fine condition."
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8.4

Excellent

1158 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 183
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Taiko dori Side
Nagoya Station,Nagoya - View on map
"+: This is a 3-star hotel with 5-star like service and facilities. It is arguably the best hotel I've stayed in during my trip to Japan (we went to 5 different cities.) Check-in and out was smooth (check-in @ 3:00 PM/ 15:00) Rooms were spacious for Japan, as most hotel rooms are generally small. We booked one room with 2 double beds, the beds were a bit on the hard side but pillows were comfy. There's a large flat screen tv, with modern wood countertops, two armchairs and coffee table. Kettle to boil water and drinking glasses are provided. Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The bathrooms were very nice and well appointed with new and modern appliances (if you want to experience Japanese toilets, this hotel has the Rolls-Royce of toilet; gotta see it to believe it.) Separate rooms for the toilet and the powder & shower room with plenty of towels both small and large bath towels, toothbrush kit, hair dryer, body soap, shampoo, and conditioner, hand/ face wash combo provided. - : None."
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8.7

Excellent

4423 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 91

More about Nagoya

The city of Nagoya offers a big-city atmosphere, but is lightly visited, leaving it a popular destination for those looking to experience Japan, but without the hectic crowds normally found in other cities like Tokyo. With a four hundred-year old history, the city has much to offer.

One of the city’s biggest draws is Nagoya Castle. It was built in 1612 and restored in the 1950s, maintaining its magnificence and splendor. Nagoya TV Tower is an excellent site to visit for great views of the city from the 100-meter high sky balcony. When looking to explore the shopping opportunities, Oasis 21 Shopping Center and Osu Shopping Arcade provides everything from modern retail to mom-and-pop shops. Hotels can usually provide an abundance of information on recommended sites, including local gardens and cultural spots. A large expatriate community is catered to by several cafes and Western-styled restaurants. More authentic dishes would be udon noodels, kishimen, and miso nikomi udon.

Chubu Centrair International Airport serves the city of Nagoya, and hotels are conveniently connected to the city gateway via the Meitetsu Airport Line. Once in the city, six subway lines and taxis provide ample means to get around and explore Nagoya.

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