This is a solid Hilton property. Some of the features and asthetics are a bit dated, but it is spacious relative to the vast majority of hotels in Japan. It has a solid buffet breakfast, but if it wasn't included in my rate, I probably would not splurge for it. In terms of restaurants, as is typical in the city of Japan, there are many. The staff gave good recommendations in general on where to eat. The train station is usually 3-4 mins by taxi on the way, and 5-7 mins on the way back. Typical fare is $7 each way. Back to dated features, this hotel really needs in room WiFi. The broadband is good and hi-speed relative to many other big Japanese hotels, but WiFi is the next logical step here. Finally, it is noticeably quiet and I think it is encouraged as all major international airlines have their Nagoya flight crews stay here.