According to the map, this hotel is just a few minutes walk from Nagoya train station. However, Nagoya train station is very a big place. This hotel is quite close to Shinkansen platforms (as its name suggests) and intercity buses, but it takes longer walk if you need to catch other transportations. It could take 15 mins to reach subway or Meitetsu stations. So the place is not as convenient as I thought.
On the other side, the area near the hotel has many shops and restaurants. An underground mall that could empty your wallets, and there are also electronic shops and drug stores nearby.
The hotel defines itself has a high-end version of Japanese business hotels. This could be verified from the modern interior design, local dining maps, and English-speaking staff. The room is quite large for a business hotel. I was a little disappointed when they gave me a room at second floor, facing street directly. But otherwise the hotel is pretty comfortable. I also like their breakfast, featuring many local specialties.
The problem here, I have to say, is this hotel does not impress me much besides "comfortable". It is one of the most expensive hotels I have stayed in Japan, for I'm not a rich traveller. It's definitely not a bad hotel, but I don't think it really worth it. There are counless other hotels in the city of Nagoya. And there might be better choices. But anyway, if you don't care about budget much and want to stay near Nagoya train station. You may still find this hotel quite pleasant.
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