Nagoya Hotels – Top 12 Hotels in Nagoya

Looking for somewhere to stay in Nagoya? You've come to the right place. Stick with us for a rundown of the 12 best Nagoya hotels.

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Nagoya is a major Japanese city, a destination in its own right but also perfectly situated as a base for exploring the rest of what the main island of Honshu has to offer. With a long and interesting history, strong cultural traditions and some of Japan’s best food, Nagoya deserves to be rated alongside Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka as a truly world-class destination.  

If you’re heading to Nagoya, chances are you’re going to want somewhere to stay. That’s where we come in. We’ve put out our feelers, done the groundwork and come up with a definitive list of Nagoya’s top hotels. Taking into consideration all budgets, our Nagoya hotel list includes something for everybody. Take a look and kickstart your trip to Nagoya today. 

1. Unizo Inn Nagoya Sakae Higashi (Economy)

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This hotel, located in Nagoya’s downtown district of Sakae, allows guests easy access to an array of convenient transport options, shops and restaurants nearby. All rooms are equipped with all the standard amenities, plus extras like the laundry service and in-room massages are all reasonably priced. As an extra bonus, the checking in and out times are sensibly set, which is always nice. 

­  Check-in 14:00 Check-out 12:00

  24hr convenience store on 1F

­  052-962-2411

 ¥    >4,720 (single room)

  ­3-2 Shinsakaemachi, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

2. Nagoya B’s Hotel (Economy)

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Located about five minutes on foot from Fushimi Station, the hotel has much more going for it than most budget accommodation options. A variety of services and facilities including a fitness gym, spa, sauna and a large public bathhouse are open to guests free of charge. By far the most highly rated budget hotel in Nagoya.

­  Check-in 15:00 Check-out 11:00

  In-house fitness, spa and public bathhouse

­  052-220-3131

 ¥    >6,700 (single room)

  ­1-16-2 Nishiki, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

3. Hotel MyStays Nagoya Sakae (Economy Plus)

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Spacious rooms, newly furnished and moderately cheaper in price than most hotels of the same standard, this is an excellent option for families or groups of travellers. Convenience is also key to the charms of this place, Sakae Station just minutes away on foot. 

­  Check-in 14:00 Check-out 11:00

  Spacious rooms

­  052-931-5811

 ¥  >9,600 (superior double room)

­  2-23-22, Higashisakura, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

4. Nagoya Sakae Tokyu REI Hotel (Economy Plus)

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A three-star hotel in the popular Sakae district, perfectly situated for taking advantage of the cities nightlife, close to the subway and with a range of facilities including a swimming pool, fitness club, public bath and sauna. What more could you ask for? 

­  Check-in 15:00 Check-out 10:00

  Swimming pool and fitness

­  052-251-0109

¥    >9,000 (standard room)

­  3-1-8, Sakae, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

5. City Hotel Nagoya (Best location)

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For travellers on a budget who are looking for a cheap hotel right in the heart of the city, City Hotel Nagoya is the one for you. Two minutes from Nagoya Station, the location couldn’t be better, plus it can boast all the standard facilities and a price that lines up well with its competitors. This one comes highly recommended by us.   

­  Check-in 16:00 Check-out 10:00

  Located next to Nagoya Station

­  052-452-6223

 ¥    >5,200 (single room)

­  16-21 Tsubakimachi, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website (Japanese Only)

6. Chisun Inn Nagoya (Best Location)

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Located roughly eight minutes on foot from Nagoya Station, this is another good option for travellers searching for a hotel close to those all important transport links. Chisun is a well-regarded hotel chain in Japan with more than 20 hotels spread across the country. The Nagoya branch provides homely comfort, moderaetely spacious rooms and all the standard facilities we’ve come to expect. 

­  Check-in 15.00 Check-out 10.00

  Near train station

  052-452-3211

 ¥    >6,200 (standard room)

  1-12-8 Noritake, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

7. The Westin Nagoya Castle (Best location)

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This hotel is situated right in front of Nagoya Castle meaning its views are one of its biggest selling points. The hotel provides a full range of services and facilities including a swimming pool, spa and six bars and restaurants to choose from. 

­  Check-in 15:00 Check-out 12:00

  Hotel’s variety of bar and bistro

­  052-521-2121

 ¥    >9,000 (standard room)

­  3-19 Hinokuchi, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

8. Kyoya Ryokan (Traditional Japanese)

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Photo Credit : Kevin Ong via Flickr cc

A ryokan (traditional Japanese-style hotel) located in central Nagoya, Kyoya is perfect for those wary of the fast-pace of the city and wanting a relaxed zone to retire to. Room types vary depending on your group size, although unfortunately (perhaps fortunately for some), children under 12 are not allowed. The hotel is beautifully designed and decorated with facilities and services including a 24-hour public bath with views of a lovely Japanese garden. 

­  Check-in 16:30 Check-out 09:30

  Children under 12 are not allowed

­  052-571-2588

 ¥    >17,680 (twin room)

­  2-11-4, Habashita, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

9. Ryokan Meiryu (Traditional Japanese)

 

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Another small ryokan within Nagoya offering guests a traditional Japanese experience at affordable prices. Choose from a single, double or triple room and be sure to take advantage of the on-site baths and home-cooked cuisine.  

­  Check-in 15:00 Check-out 10:00

  Family room available

­  052-331-8686

 ¥    >5,400 (single room)

­  2-4-21 Kamimaezu, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

10. Nagoya Tokyu Hotel (Luxury)

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Nagoya Tokyu Hotel’s rooms are elegantly decorated in six different styles, including both western and Japanese (tatami flooring, futon) varieties. There are eight types of international cuisine on offer, bars, a fitness centre, a swimming pool, a beauty salon and even a luxury brand shop available for guests to take advantage of. The location, close to Sakae Station, is also ideal.  

­  Check-in 14:00 Check-out 12:00

  Business salon for VIP guests

­  052-251-2411

 ¥  >12,800 (standard room)

­  4-6-8 Sakae, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

11. Hilton Nagoya (Luxury)

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Reopened following a March 2016 revamp, the Hilton Nagoya now excels itself even further in terms of style, elegance and comfort. The prime location, together with the great amenities on offer, make this one of the cities premier hotel choices. Perfect for business or pleasure travellers, and even those with pets (inquire for details), the Hilton Nagoya is a top choice. 

­  Check-in 15:00 Check-out 12:00

  Pets allowed

­  052-212-1111

 ¥    >29,000 (deluxe room)

­  3-3, Sakae 1-Chome, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

12. Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel (Luxury)

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Photo Credit : Andrew Wee via Flickr cc

Located right above Nagoya Station, the Marriott Associa Hotel couldn’t be more convenient if it tried. Another excellent option for the luxury traveller, the hotel includes a range of world-class facilities including elegant restaurants and bars, plus, the service is personalised and impeccable. 

­  Check-in 15:00 Check-out 12:00

  Located in Nagoya station

­  052-584-1111

 ¥    >30,000 (standard room)

­  1-1-4 Meieki, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

­  Official Website

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