Ohsu Plaza Hostel Reviews
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Hotel room is quite dated but the room is generally clean. Free wifi in the room is quite stable. TV only has japanese channels. Adjusting heat for the water taps/shower is challenging and takes me 5 minutes to adjust it to the right temperature.
This is a hotel instead of a hostel.
- Novice Nomad
- Hong Kong
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
It's an actual hotel. I stayed in the Mixed Dorm and it was pretty much a giant conference room changed to be a hostel style dorm. If privacy is an issue, you're outta luck -- 8 people in two big conference rooms (1 room 5ppl, 1 room 3ppl) and only 1 key, which means the door is unlocked. This isnt really a problem though. The place is very cheap for what you get.
As said in previous reviews this is a hotel which has converted one large room into a dormitory. there is a small common area and bathroom in the room but the shower is in a different room down the hall (which is a one bedroom normal hotel room). The travellers I met here were lovely and the location is close to the station, a nearby shrine and shopping strip. overall a great place to stay.
very nice place the staff is polite and helpful the location is good which is close to the subway station
It's a hotel, not a hostel but the staff are wonderful
The hotel is very strategicly located and it's very near from shopping center,those staff very nice and friendly and even thou they speak minimum English ,they are willing to help and assist us This hotel is very we'll recommended for staying in Nagoya
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (1 review)
Like most comments here, this dormitory is made up of 2 or 3 hotel rooms combined, with 8 futons on the floor. It is located in a hotel. Very convenient to get to from the subway station. Value for money. The bathroom is of hotel standard. Recommended.
It's a hotel not hostel that its location is very good. It's near Ohsu cannon (caution pigeons), shopping street with a lot of delicious food shop and subway station. I booked 8 bed mixed dorm. The room is large (I like it) but don't have a shower room so the staff gave you another room key to take a shower there. There's no bed. it's just a futon but it's ok. If you have 3 or 4 or 5 people in your group, I suggest to book the mixed dorm. Trust me, you'll like it. The staffs are super great
This is hotel not hostel. So there aren't cooking facilities or tap water. But, location is excellent. Room so big and very good. Recommended!
I didn't catch her name but she was working behind the desk when we arrived. She went out of her way (in what limited English she spoke) to help us check if there was a private room available. Lucky for us, there was! The only downside I can think of is the hotel doesn't provide breakfast but we were able to purchase a simple breakfast in the morning in the cafe next door.
This more like a hotel than a hostel but at hostel prices. The staff were very good and found us a room for another two nights as we needed to chill. Very central location and you can walk to all major attractions as we did and you are right next door to the Ohu Kannon Temple with its hundreds of little stalls selling everything. Very highly recommend...
We stayed here with a 8 bedroom dorm but we got the whole place to ourselves. We were just 3 people and the dorm was like pretty big considering we had the whole place. theres a common small tv room separating the other dorm room so it was 4 bedroom per dorm but cant complain. it was simply the best considering we were cramped up in other hostels most of the time. The shower room was creepy cause it was down the hall in an empty room. But it was clean and location was alright.
This is more a hotel than a hostel. And it's a very good one considering the price. The staff is really helpful and knows the area quite well in case you need suggestions of anything nearby. It's really close to the metro station as well.
I stayed at the 8 bed tatami room which had a shared bathroom. the atmosphere was rather cold and in the sleeping room was a (security?) light that couldn't be switched off and kept the room a little bit too bright during the night.
This is actually not really a hostel. They just split a bigger room in a hotel. That will not make the same atmosphere. Beside of this the place is great. It's located directly next to the shopping district an next to a tempel. Restaurants and a 7/11 right in front of the door. If you can live with the atmosphere you can have a nice stay here!