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Very close to station. Friendly owner. Very clean and functional. Good value for money!
OK for one night. No atmosphere and no chance for meeting other travellers, but fine as a one night stop if you need a bit of peace and quiet and somewhere to rest ya head!
Very practical in an excellent location. It really is just for sleeping, and could almost be described as a large-capsule hotel, but this is what the hotel owners describe it as and I would definitely stay here again if I went back to Nagoya.
Please tell other guest that if you plan to deposit luggage, please do it before 11pm
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
The pros of this hostel is that it is literally steps away from the main Nagoya train station. The hostel even provided complimentary items for our stay including a toothbrush, slippers, brush, etc. The price was the cheapest out of all the hostels we stayed in Japan. The room was a bit cramped, but it was okay since we were only staying one night. The showers are located in the basement, which sounded a little creepy at first, but once you take the elevator down, it is a well lit and clean.
This is a business hotel, so it's not a place where you hang out with other travelers. But the staff was friendly, location great for further travel (it's really close to Nagoya station, which isn't an exiting place but a place that's easy to get to) and it's a very good option for a night's stay where you just need a room to yourself. Directions are a little bit weird though, just go to Jr Shinkansen and out that exit continue out past the bus and taxi place. Then you can see it.
This is a room only type hostel - no living room. On the plus side I did have my own room which was comfortable, plus very warm due to the heater. The showers were a bit awkward as they're in the basement and the hostel starts from the 2nd floor.
Hotel was located very close to main station. Room was very close but equipped with TV and AC. Boiling water for coffee or tea was available at the corridor. Showers was located in basement but they were clean. Staff was not speaking English well, but it was not a big issue , all information needed to check in and heck out were noted down in English on piece of paper in each room.
1 night stay meant I could thankfully pass up on going to the basement to take a shower. Other than that, for that price, I have nothing bad to say. A single room at the price of a dorm bed in most youth hostels, with clean towels and room shoes at your disposal, right next to the main train station. Maybe a little noisy because of the street outside?
A great place to spend a night for cheap. The rooms are very small with little room for luggage, and the beds are creaky bunk beds so if you toss and turn you could wake the person below you. Check out is 9am so keep this in mind if you like to sleep in. This is a great value considering the location but is definitely a budget hotel.