See why so many travelers make Hotel Dormy Inn Nagasaki their hotel of choice when visiting Nagasaki. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Spectacles Bridge (Meganebashi) (0.4 mi) and Glover Sky Road (0.7 mi) make Hotel Dormy Inn Nagasaki a great place to stay when visiting Nagasaki.
Hotel Dormy Inn Nagasaki is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Nagasaki. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
While in Nagasaki, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Dormy Inn Nagasaki, including Shikairo (0.6 mi), Kozanro Nagasaki Chinatown Honten (0.1 mi), and Bread a Espresso (0.5 mi).
Should time allow, Glover Garden, Hamamachi Arcade (Hamanmachi Shopping Street), and Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
At Hotel Dormy Inn Nagasaki, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Nagasaki.
Stayed here for 2 nights and there were a few disappointments: 1) Initially we were given the unrenovated room on L12, upon arriving late at around 7pm. We didn’t bother to complain until we finished our dinner and realised that the room given was totally different from what was shown on Agoda. So, we went down to reception to complain and wanted a change. The receptionist initially refused stating no rooms were available. However, we insisted as we were shortchanged, and the current room was not carpeted and bed was old, TV was sideways, and bed was like a converted sofa. Finally he caved in after my wife nearly lost her temper, and said we are Dormy Inn regulars, and even Dormy Kumamoto was much better. 2) We were then given a change of room, also on L12, opposite the initial room. I wonder why they shortchanged us in the first place? This one is at least the same as the picture when we booked. 3) The onsen could be better regulated. There were many un-regulated onsen users who could be mainland tourists with no onsen etiquette. They spray the shower all over and are very messy. I was told on the women’s spa, there were some noisy and even smelly bathers. There was even one incident where a mother brought in her noisy 5yr old son with her into the women’s onsen. Again, what happened to the strict regulations? 4) Lastly, i have a sense that most foreigners are lumped together on L12...instead of sharing with Japanese guests. If not, our floor certainly felt like a Chinese hotel rather than a Japanese one on the nights we were there. This is because during the nights, there was a Chinese family that booked a few rooms on the floor and they were making lots of noises till late. People were running from room to room and shouting along the corridor. The mother was talking at the top of her voice post midnight. Whatever happened to good social manners in Japan? I certainly felt that I was not in Japan during that time. All in all, i will not stay in Dormy Inn Nagasaki again. …
Hotel Dormy Inn Nagasaki is located in Nagasaki Chinatown, around 10 minutes tram ride from Nagasaki Station. The tram station is less than 5 minutes walk from the hotel. The hotel is a good base for walking/exploring Nagasaki. The room is quite dated but clean and comfortable. The hotel has a bath/sento for hotel guests and is quite big, which includes a sauna. One interesting service of this hotel is the free ramen for supper at night! Overall, this hotel is a good choice if you want something that is functional and affordable.
Believe the reviews. This is a fantastic hotel for the money. We must have had a deluxe room because it was biggest room we’ve ever had in Japan. Anyway, great location. Good public bath. Staff was prompt with our requests for more towels and pillows. Ramen was fun at 10 pm! Everything worked. So really no complaints at all. But if there’s one thing it’s this: check-in is on the 3rd floor and rooms are on 4th and above. You access the hotel via an “open to the street” elevator on the ground floor. But you can also access the room floors from the ground floor. So nothing would stop a person on the street from getting on the elevator and accessing your floor. Fortunately japan is a very safe place and we didn’t have any issues. But I thought it useful just to advise (females in particular) who might find the security setup a little weak. Anyway, I’d stay here again. I think we paid 10,000 a night. What a steal. (And Nagasaki is such a great city, we might well be coming back!)…
The room was clean and with enough room. The staff was friendly and spoke decent English. Centrally located close to Chinatown and the tram. Walking distance to many attractions and an easy tram ride to the rest. The hot pools and sauna are perfect for relaxing at night. Late night free noodles too. Overall I would recommend although I also stayed in the Richmond Hotel and liked it better, the Richmond does not have the spa or free noodles so it depends what your priorities are.
I stayed here for four nights and I found the hotel to be described as other reviewers have stated. It's conveniently located near the intersection of two tram lines, Dejima Island, and Chinatown. Even so, Nagasaki is really small and all of the tourist attractions are close together. The room was small as usual, but had everything I needed. Actually, if you compare the amenities in this room and a comparable room in the US, this room is the better deal. At this price point, American hotels are crap. I had a rental car overnight, but I didn't receive a voucher or anything for a discount. The front desk only gave me a map of nearby parking lots. The lot across the street didn't have staff and I didn't see anything about entering a discount code or similar. Maybe I'm missing something, but no discount. The evening free ramen was okay. It's a nice snack, but it's nothing I would go out of the way for. It is what it is. A free, but substantial, snack after 10pm. The bath was clean and busy on all evenings I was there. They were not busy enough to create a queue. It's always nice to soak in the tub after a long day of sight-seeing. (Note: 80% of the hotels on this trip had a public bath!) The front staff spoke limited English. Just enough to get you in-and-out of the hotel. Stangely, cherry blossoms were supposed to be in full bloom during my stay, but, apparently, the trees are rare in Nagasaki. Unlike Tokyo or Kyoto, the streets aren't filled with sakura. I only noticed the lack of trees on my third day. I inquired at the front desk for good places to see the blossoms. I asked in English, but that didn't work. I switched to Japanese and the two at the front desk were stumped. (When you hear Japanese people say, "ええと。。。" or "難しいだね。。。", you know you stumped them. One went to the back and apparently asked her co-workers about where to see sakura in Nagasaki.…