Nice, spacious and clean "western" hotel, a bit outside the city center. However you'll be close to the Dutch Slopes and Glower Garden and the tram to take you into the center of town.
We didn't have breakfast at the hotel. If your a late sleeper you can go to the bakery F:labo. They open at 10, are located 25 m down the road on the opposite side and have delious pasteries. If you rise early there's a diner if you go towards the waterfront, cross the tramline and look upwards (2f) and left.
Everything at the hotel was nice enough, it didn't disappoint but neither really impress in any way.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Monterey Nagasaki, located close to the sea, emulates the atmosphere and decor reminiscent of the time when the sea-faring voyagers arrived from Portugal, in an ongoing connection with Nagasaki that dates back to 1543. We promise to deliver a cozy experience where guests can feel part of the story and history of Nagasaki, imagining they are part of a scene from many years ago where the alleyways were illuminated by the rays of the sun and chance encounters with foreign traders were commonplace. The walls are adorned with blue tiles, expertly painted by Portuguese craftsmen, providing a colorful atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Monterey Hotel Nagasaki
- Nagasaki Monterey Hotel