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Hotel Jal City Nagasaki

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I had a one night stay in the jal city hotel and let me just say first impressions a bit small but meh. After further inspecting the room I found hairs from other people all over the bathroom one in particular came with a razor cap. That was in the shower. Ewww There is also a large amount of dust behind the tv and in the curtains and the price you pay to get hairs everywhere is $150 ding dong dollars a night. The tv was also noticeably old. I also found random boogers around the room.

Downside: very tiny room, a bed fit for a smurf, they only give you one smal pillow to sleep with, no mineral water or complimentary items whatsoever, lousy interior, no decent chanel on tv, the staffs were cold and only spoke minor english Pros: at least its clean, the bathroom was okay, good wifi, breakfast wan't so bad, and the location quite center in chinatown

Room. Tiny, no English at all bathroom only big enough to swing a cat. Ac would not work equal to Red Roof inn. No safe in room . Tried to call front desk for help and eventually went down ourselves. No water to drink. No phone next to bed.

This is a comfortable hotel, with clean rooms and a well equipped bath and good amenities. The building faces a parking, so do not expect a special view. The hotel has a Sichuan style Chinese restaurant named Tohen at the second floor. Although they have only Japanese menu and the staff do not speak much English, they are very friendly and helpful. I had for dinner the most amazing mapo tofu I have ever tried. It arrived sizzling hot in a ceramic pot. The beef was very spicy and the tofu was amazingly creamy. The breakfast is also very good, with Japanese and Chinese dishes and also continental breakfast items. The hotel is in the dowtown of Nagasaki, right in the small but lively Chinatown (Shinchi-machi). The area has many shops, restaurants, museums and Buddhist temples to visit.

Nice clean hotel with wonderful staff. The rooms was good but I think the bed was too hard. Breakfast was surprisingly good. I have had stays in Japan where breakfast was a tragedy. Dinner and lunch at the hotel was also a pleasant experience. Highly recommendable.

Needs renovation badly we ate in nearby China Town for dinner but hotel breakfast okay. Very little English spoken in hotel or on the television, try a better hotel even if it costs a bit more would not recommend this. And Nagasaki is a long way from Tokyo so after a long trip you want something okay.

Our double room was quite generous by Japanese standards although somewhat compact by those of Australia. We had enough space for easy movement and a comfortable bed. The staff were very helpful and courteous during our stay and made every effort to aid us with our non-existant Japanese language skills. The hotel is well located for many of the tourist highlights of Nagasaki and has good access to the local tram system. The hotel is almost in Chinatown - an extensive undercover shopping arcade.

I have stayed here a few times and it's not like it used to be. Started off porly with no help from staff whatsoever with our luggage. We had to ask for a trolley despite the fact we were struggling. Stayed on the 8th floor and when we exited the lift there was a strong smell of stale tobacco. The room size was OK but was run down and the curtains were stained yellow. On of the good things about the hotel was it's very classy bar/resaurant where one could have a nice meal and sit in comfort reading a book. The bars opening times have been changed to 12:00 to 18:00 in the evening, ridiculous. We are staying for 10 nights and will visit friends and family. One redeeming feature is it's location.

The hotel was actually better than I had expected. Just next to China town - nothing much to do there. Hotel staff was very helpful in helping with directions although especially the parking lot staff although he couldn't speak English. Breakfast was good.

The location is great, next to chinatown and the streetcar is close by. Some of the staff sopeaks a bit of English, otherwise try the Washington hotel around the corner for information. The rooms are spacious and bed relativly soft ( we had a refurbished room on 10th floor). LIke a I said, a very good option in Nagasaki

13 10 Shinchi Machi Nagasaki Nagasaki Nagasaki-ken

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Megane Bridge and Sofuku-ji
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Business center

Located in Shinchi Chinatown, Hotel Jal City Nagasaki is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Megane Bridge and Sofuku-ji. This 170-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi. Confucius Shrine and Glover Garden are also near this Nagasaki hotel.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

All 170 air-conditioned rooms feature refrigerators and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and pay movies. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers.


Property features

Guests of Hotel Jal City Nagasaki enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and a business center. Front-desk staff can assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage.

Room options

Standard Twin Room Smoking (Standard Floor)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Moderate Twin Room Non-Smoking (Standard Floor)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Moderate Twin Room Smoking (Standard Floor)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Standard Twin Room Non-Smoking (Standard Floor)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

77% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 461 reviews