Outstanding Hilton Hotel. Even though we could not speak Japanese the staff were simply brilliant and we did not feel there was a language barrier. They made us feel like we were at 'home'. Nothing was too much trouble. The courtesy bus to the Nagoya Train Station was terrific. The hotel is very central to everything and there are numerous wonderful eating places close by.
Convenient; easy to get to/from airport via Kanayama Station
Room large enough to maneuver around; there was a chair to sit on and a bench to lay your suitcase on plus a desk with a chair.
Nice view of the city from the 16th floor.
Large bathroom; you didn't have to worry about banging into the toilet when you got out of the bath tub.
Only downside was the air conditioning which at some point would go off, making it hot and stuffy until it kicked on again.
We only stayed one night and arrived at the hotel at 10.30am. Our room was not ready but they upgraded us to a superior room overlooking Nagoya Castle and then offered us complimentary snacks and drinks from the library room whilst we waited for our room. The concierge arranged to have our suitcases sent from their hotel to our next hotel in Koyoto and the cost for 2 cases was less than Aud$30! Because we were going on an over night trek we did not want to lug the extra cases. The staff are fantastic and a luxury hotel well worth the money. They even offer a shuttle bus into the train station and central Negoya
Kazz from Sydney Australia
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Daiwa-Roynet Nagoya Ekimae (be careful, there is another Daiwa Roynet NW of the station) is just SE of Nagoya station -- no more than five minutes walk plus some waiting at pedestrian crossings.
The hotel is new and clean. The rooms are small, of course, but I managed to avoid bruising my shins. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Location was perfect for my purposes -- a four day meeting at the nearby WINC Aichi building. There is a coffee shop on the first/ground floor with a good breakfast for 500 yen. Next to it is a Lawsons -- a mini-supermarket -- known to the Japanese a a "combini" or convenience store.
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