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Reviewed August 23, 2016 via mobile

Rooms were furnished 30 years ago, beds and pillows were hard and stiff. Room had a musky smell. WiFi did not work in certain parts of the room. Refrigerator is really noisy. No air conditioning in the hallways during the summer. Air conditioning in the room was not working. Needs a severe refurbishing. For 20000yen a night, this is definitely not a 4 star hotel.
P.S. I downloaded the tripadvisor app just to leave this review. Goes to show how much I dislike this place. Only good thing is that it's 2 train stops away from sakae station

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
2  Thank JiaJunH9
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Reviewed March 13, 2016

I spent a couple of nights in the Mielparque hotel in Nagoya with some friends in September 2015. It is a really nice, fashionable hotel. They have parking for cars in an underground car park. They served a really nice, buffet breakfast, sort of a cross between full english and Asian, it was really nice, the orange juice was divine!

The rooms were comfortable and spacious and the beds warm and soft. Really liked it here, recommended if you need somewhere to stay in Nagoya! Free wifi available.

Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank Jordanovichy
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Reviewed September 3, 2015

The hotel is very well located, near the subway and not too far from the main train station. There are great restaurants around and a grocery store.While the rooms are small, they are cleaned and functional. The staff doesn't speak English so funny things happen, but they are very professional. The staff is also very kind and always ready to help.
Breakfast is amazing and the food at the restaurant is great.
If you are looking for a typical Nagoya experience, I would recommend this hotel. There is a better service in hotels near the train stations, which are mainly foreign chains, but I enjoyed being in this all-Japanese environment.

Date of stay: January 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank AVE38
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Reviewed June 29, 2015

The rooms are clean and 4* standard, on the large side for Japan. With some imagination, the limited space within the bathrooms can be optimized. The breakfast buffet is below the Japanese 4* standard, but it is OK if someone else is paying for your stay.

The room access system with cut keys with attached tags carrying the room number (rather than access cards with a magnetic strip) must be one of the last in the world. Most annoying is the "one-room-one-key policy" for twin rooms. If your jet-lagged partner went to sleep before you return -- good luck to get in. But the staff usually was helpful to come up and open the door with the master key.

Date of stay: June 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank nemovitost
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Reviewed December 10, 2014

Aseptic anonymity. That's how some reviewers describe this hotel. But Japanese people are not looking for flashy hotels. They want to find that comfortable feeling of the same pattern replication, wherever they go.

This hotel accomplishes the task. It is clean and everything works properly. Smooth check in. Spacious room. Safety box, not so common in Japanese hotels. Free bottles of water. Big, although lower than usual, bed. The only remark: just one tiny stiff pillow available, one of those stuffed with some kind of grains, extremely hard to sleep on (for people not used to lie the head on a corn sack!). And wifi is only available in the lobby.

Breakfast is not exciting but sufficient, in line with the hotel style.

Nothing to remember, nothing to blame. A perfect average hotel. Four points for the impeccable kindness of all the staff, who can even speak some English. Which is not a granted feat in Japan.

Date of stay: December 2014
Trip type: Traveled on business
2  Thank Homing_Pigeon1
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