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When I arrived in Nagoya by bike, I was one day early for the booking my wife did. She would come two days later to meet me. So I asked if I could have a single room and change the room a day later. The...More
I 've been billeted for a day in transit to Tokyo. This was a pleasant surprise with the staff so helpful as they found ways to communicate with me by sending someone who can speak English. As I was hooked to my room while attending...More
My friend and I stayed here for 4 nights. 2 of the nights we were in a twin room with two twin beds, and the other room was a corner room double with a queen bed. The hotel was classy enough, and the location is...More
Stayed here for 4 nights in a tiny but practically furnished single-room towards the inner courtyard. Only disadvantage: you can´t look thru the window because of the opposite room a few meters away and in order to protect your privacy. They are good for letting...More
The rooms are okay good beds and clean, the breakfast is small and they only serve a set.
The hotel is locate in the middle of center of Nagoya we booked a package tour so I don't know the price. The staff are very helpfull...More
US$49 - US$136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#16 Best Value Hotel in Nagoya
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Echo Yikaikaikaikai. Most hotels we went to in Japan are willing to store luggage for us either before check-in or after check-out. The question though is where you are going after coming back from Kiso Valley. The hotel... More
Echo Yikaikaikaikai. Most hotels we went to in Japan are willing to store luggage for us either before check-in or after check-out. The question though is where you are going after coming back from Kiso Valley. The hotel is a subway station away from Nagoya station. If you are travelling from the train station to another destination after coming back from Kiso Valley, you may want to consider storing your luggage at the train station instead.
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"extremely tiny rooms, my bathroom was not only small but also smelt of urine. Bad english spoken."