We stayed at the Leopalace for one night during a visit to Nagoya. It was within walking distance of the Chikusa Station, but we needed to ask two people to determine its location. Actually the entrance faces on Sakura Dori, a main street, but the listed address didn't tell us that.
The hotel is a sleek glass and marble job, with spacious public areas. The staff was helpful and one of them accompanied us to our room. She insisted on handling our luggage, which I felt a bit sheepish about. The room was large enough, and was modern and clean. We got internet access by renting a laptop from the front desk, which also helped us set it up.
The beds were comfortable, and we slept well.
The hotel restaurant had adequate food, and we received breakfast tickets which afforded us a good breakfast the next morning.
All in all, we would recommend this hotel if you're in need of one in the Chikusa district.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Featuring an elegant decor and a warm hospitality, Hotel Leopalace Nagoya welcomes you for an unforgettable vacation.Located 5 minutes walk from the Imaike Station, the Hotel Leopalace Nagoya is 5 kilometres from the city centre and 50 kilometres from the airport. This property is close to business, shopping and entertainment districts of Nagoya. ... more less
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