Meitetsu Inn Nagoya Nishiki is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Naka, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Meitetsu Hotel Nagoya features a 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Meitetsu Hotel Nagoya guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Close to some of Naka's most popular landmarks, such as Shinshu Otaniha Nagoya Betsuin (1.5 mi) and Higashibetsuin Hall (1.5 mi), Meitetsu Hotel Nagoya is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Sushi Yoshino, Kaishin, and Blowfish Restaurant Tokufuku, all of which are a short distance from Meitetsu Hotel Nagoya.
If you’re looking for something to do, Aichi Kokusai Plaza (0.5 mi) and Hioki Shrine (1.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Meitetsu Inn Nagoya Nishiki.
Enjoy your stay in Naka!
I've stayed in several hotels in Nagoya and unfortunately this was the worst and although the cheapest, the comfort and quality reflected this! Smallest room I've had and view from window was a tower block a metre away! I made a simple request by e-mail weeks before arriving, which wasn't responded to until I wrote several times in Japanese and Kanji! I found the hotel basic and bland, as was the breakfast! After staying several days it was apparent that this hotel catered predominantly for Japanese workers and visitors. I shan't be staying again and would recommend paying a little more from the choice of ample hotels in Nagoya! The location leaves a lot to be desired, due to loud music from establishment next door (I could hear it near top floor!) until early hours of Saturday and kept awake by continual coughing from next room.The area is frequented by 'ladies of the night', being propositioned 4 times in 20 minutes in near vicinity of hotel!! Thankfully the sister hotel in Kanayama was an improvement overall!…
Japan hotel rooms are relatively small. But the one I got in this hotel seems to be the smallest among those I've been to in Japan. I booked a room for 2 and it was really a tight squeeze. Good thing we had our luggage delivered to my son's dormitory. Otherwise, we wouldn't be able to fit them anywhere in the room. There is a small refrigerator but no room safe. The bathroom and toiletries were okay. There was strong wifi signal in the room. The hotel is located close to 2 subway stations (Hisayaodori and Sakae), convenience stores, restaurants and shopping malls. The location makes up for its shortcomings. There's breakfast daily, with limited choices, but food was okay. They had English-speaking staff at the front desk. Cleanliness was another issue I had. The trash can was not emptied when the room was cleaned. And just outside the hotel, there's trash in the sidewalks. …
Nice, clean rooms, pleasant staff. Food was good (I had only breakfast in my arrangement). My room was small, but had everything in it. It was oriented to the street, there was j just a little bit of noise from the street, but otherwise it was peaceful. I would recommend it to everyone.
Like with many other nifty hotels in Japan, this offered a comfortable and affordable stay for us who stayed for three nights to roam around Nagoya area. The bed was nice and we always liked the compact and modular bathrooms like in any other inns/hotels. The location is very accessible to the subways and convenient stores. We also managed to walk the nearest park in the area.
Good location. Friendly staff with super easy check in and check out process, all completed within 5-min! Small room per normal Japan standard, but comfy and clean. There's also 3 convenience stores nearby, pretty easy to get the basic stuff you'll need. Breakfast was pretty good too with decent choices.