x The average starting price for a place to stay in Nagoya is £60 per night.
dan141195 This business hotel is located 2 minutes' walk from Nagoya station west exit so it's in a top location, although the sign is very small so it's easy to walk past. If you look for a Takoyaki (octopus ball) restaurant you'll find it, you go in there and up the stairs. It'll make more sense when you see it... The place was spotlessly clean which has become the norm in my 4 months in Japan. The rooms are a reasonable size for a business hotel, 3.5 or 4 tatami or about 2 metres by 4 metres. Furniture consisted of a bed, table, chair and TV. The bed was SUPER comfortable, probably the most comfortable hotel bed I've had in Japan. I made a booking mistake and booked for the night after I intended to stay, so when I got there they were full and I had a reservation for the next night... the owner/manager guy gave me a few phone numbers and was helpful in finding another place to stay for that night. I stayed in the other place and came here the next day. All in all I was happy, it was just like most other business hotels I've stayed in.. cheap clean and easy going. Would recommend and would stay there again.
13-5 Tsubaki-cho Nakamura-ku Nagoya Station- DowntownExcellent 90%
wang.ivy Be sure to read directions carefully on how to get there! It's very close to the subway and easy to get to, but the buildings all look the same. It's two short subway stops away from the Shinkansen station and a couple of subway stops away from the castle. You can conveniently get to wherever you want to go in Nagoya. It's good value for the money. The Ryokan also provides breakfast and dinner, which is really convenient and the food is good. The onsen is very nice. Overall we enjoyed our stay. Most lodgers only come back late at night so it felt as though we had the place to ourselves. The owner speaks good English so that helped.
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