Ecohotel Nagoya Reviews
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One of the only negative things I would say, is that it was difficult to find the hotel at first but once I found it, it was easy to get back to. If you are looking to be close to Nagoya Station then this is the hotel for you. The rooms are small but I was a single traveler so it didn't bother me.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Stayed at Ecohotel Nagoya for the Japanese Grand Prix. Room was very clean and equipped with a/c, fridge and TV, daily room cleaning also. Location was excellent, with a convenience store next door and JR Nagoya Station across the road. There's a separate restaurant on the first floor, so you had to take the lift down to the showers in the basement which I found a little odd. But sinks, mirrors and a couple of kettles lined the corridor on my floor. Polite staff, value for money. Recommended.
Very clean and nice place. Good value for money, if you need a own room.
Person should know english better and should not say yes if they do not understand well.Staff can be more polite.
It seems to be something more of a hotel rather than a hostel, which is not a bad thing at all! We stayed for just one night, and the central location helped with finding everything. The hostel is a bit on the unpersonal side, and the facilities are weirdly distributed throughout the building, but other than that, it can be recommended wholeheartedly!
A map to show how to get to the hostel from the train station would be handy as there are many exits of the train station and is confusing for a first time arrival. The check in at 5pm is very late and check out is very early at 9am. The staff cleaner was very friendly and seems to enjoy her job and talking and joking with travelers. The room was small but OK for one night. No common area to meet others as it is a hotel but I would stay there again for one night.
Wonderful, friendly staff and manager. My departure was uncertain, so they arranged for me to pay on a daily basis. The location is very central in Nagoya. The first floor restaurant has exhaust fans running late into the night. My single twin room lacked storage space for my belonging. They were either on the bed during the day or on the floor during the night. Many of the doorways are 6 feet high. I am 6 feet 1 inches tall, so I learned the hard way to duck going through any door in Japan.
It covers the basic requirements for a place to stay for the night. Excellent location.
this has everything you need for a short stay, if you don't plan on staying in your room all the time anyway! Staff was great, the room was small, but very nice, and it even had a nice fridge with a separate freezer, which I personally think is awesome! there is free WIFI in the room, which I personally would prefer, as opposed to a hotel with only LAN connection..(I usually bring my ipad on trips, because my laptop is really big and heavy). I don't mind having to use a bathroom in the hallway
It was perfect for what I needed: a cheap, clean place, for the night to stay. They provided a towel, shower equipment, slippers, and a toothbrush. The room was a little small, but it still had everything I needed. There was no luxury - only the necessities. Which was perfect!
The staff were very helpful and friendly although they don't speak much English. The hotel is literally 100 metres from Nagoya station which is very convenient. The room is the size of a shoebox, but it's cheap, convenient and comfortable accommodation, so don't expect anything fancy. The shared showers and toilets were clean.
This is a good, cheap place if you're looking for somewhere to sleep. Rooms are small, especially doubles, so there's not room to hang out. It seemed a bit strange at first that shared sinks and toilets were in the hallway, but everything was clean. Showers in the basement were nice. Location is great -- literally 2-3 minute walk from Nagoya Station. Very nice if you have big bags. One downside is that you can't check in until 5 pm, but they can store your bags for you if you arrive before then.
- Novice Nomad
- All Male Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
You'd have to be really nit-picky to fault this place. I've stayed in a lot of cheap hotels, but this beats all of them in terms of location: it is literally opposite Nagoya station, and if that isn't enough, it's directly on top of a Takoyaki shop!! And they actually change your sheets/towels/bins every day. The staff here were wonderful at all times. My room did smell of smoke, but this was easily cleared out by flicking the AC on. And any way, if you can't with that, Japan is not for you.
I enjoyed my stay here at the eco hostel, it is in a great location and the shower facilities were fantastic! The staff were lovely from the front desk staff the the cleaning staff! You did have to drag your stuff up to the 2nd floor and then drag it down for check out and the rooms were really cramped but apart from that its a nice place to stay! :)