Hotel Monterey Nagasaki3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel is a little dated but the service and the space make up for it. It gives you the feeling of a castle and old girls dormitory at the same time. The staff was excellent and always helpful. I've stayed at some other hotels and the tight space was noticeable. It's down the street from the Chinese Confucius shrine and within walking distance to Chinatown. Good WiFi. There's a small frig in the room and the bathroom gives you a little more room to maneuver than others. A 7 Eleven is nearby.
Booked 2 rooms for 3 nights. The hotel, itself, is really cool with old fixtures and fittings. The actual rooms were a bit dated, but clean and well-cared for. We bought the breakfast buffet and that worked out very well. Asian and Western offerings, a nice dining room or atrium area in which to dine. (We had to eat in the dining room because a typhoon was blowing through.) Located on a quiet street but a couple blocks from Chinatown, the Buddhist Shrine, the old Portuguese style neighborhood, harbor and Dutch Village. Also a block from the street car to take to the Peace Park and Bomb Museum. We took a cab from the station instead of the streetcar. Would absolutely stay here again.
This hotel is within walking distance of Glover Garden, and the tram that goes to Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Museum. We stayed in a semi-double room, which had a “large twin bed.” The room was much smaller than other rooms we stayed in in Japan, and my wife and I experienced a lot of bumping into each other when trying to move around the room. But overall it was comfortable and the staff was friendly and helpful. The restaurant is very good, which is helpful since we could not find another place to eat anywhere within walking distance, and we’re big walkers.
Hotel is a little tired overall, but generally ok and in a reasonable location for tourists. Unless your just here for the A bomb museum youre better of being downtown. We has a delux room but Id recommend sticking to the normal double. The delux is bigger and has a balcony but the extra space is basically a lobby and the balcony overlooks a gloomy courtyard. In fact the whole room was a bit dingy. Took a look at the normal double opposite and they were smaller but a lot nicer and brighter. The room was an excellent price, seems management are keen to max out occupancy. Breakfast average. wifi excellent.
The hotel has a quaint European decor to it which is uncommon in Japan. But the best part about the hotel was its location. From the JR station, you have to take a tram on the blue line to stop 31. Cross the tramline to the opposite side to take the tram on the green line to stop 48. Don't be misled by the numbers, it is a total of only 6 stops. However, the tram is small and may get rather crowded with locals and tourists. If you intend to travel much in the day, it is advisable to get a day pass for the tram at the tourist information center when you arrive so that this tram ride to the hotel will be covered as well. Besides being within walking distance to the Glover Garden, the hotel is just opposite Tokiwa Port where Gunkanjima Concierge Company is if you are interested in a trip to Gunkanjima/Hashima island. You can also find the bus to the ropeway station for the NAgasaki night view along the main road - just don't forget to buy the tickets from the hotel (and if you intend to be out, check with the hotel on the stops the bus will make so that you don't have to return to the hotel to take the bus. I know that there is a bus stop at the JR station) The hotel staff did forget to tell us about the tourist privileges which entitle us to some discounts to some of the attractions like Glover House and Atomic bomb museum. We got the information from the Tourist information counter at the JR station and this card has to be obtained from the hotel.
We stayed here for 3 nights. This hotel is well located near Nagasaki Port and close to Glover garden, Dutch Slope and Oura Church. The reception staff are very friendly and helpful. We used local trams to reach the Peace Park/Museum etc which are located at the other end of the City - not difficult. Our room was a twin bed room and was a very pleasant spacious change from the typical small rooms in Japanese hotels. Recommend this hotel.
My wife and I just spent two comfortable nights at the Hotel Monterey, a boutique-style hotel located very close to the Chinatown district in downtown Nagasaki. Rooms are cozy, western-style, and well-maintained and cleaned by the housekeeping staff. Breakfasts are served in the hotel restaurant buffet-style, with many choices to assure a great start to the day. The hotel does not offer a gym or spa, so the compact en suite bathroom in our room served for showering. Free wifi is available in the rooms. The sights of Nagasaki are easily reached from the hotel, either by walking or using the streetcar system. Overall, we had a very pleasant stay here!
This place has much older furnishings and finishes but all in good condition, with updated bathrooms, keys, electrical outlets etc. the room was significantly larger than the average business/tourist hotel. Interesting neighborhood Reasonable price. A bit south of the central part of the town but not hard to find (with GPS). Liked it. Recommended.
This hotel is a medium sized hotel with a good price. I stayed there for 3 nights one week ago. Everything, including the personnel were really good. The room, in spite of being a Smoking Room, didn't have any bad odor and every single item in the room was clean and fully operative. Water pressure was excellent and water temperature easily adjustable. Although I had not applied for breakfast separately and it was included in my rental fee, when I returned the breakfast vouchers for my last day, they refunded the price they had calculated for breakfast and it was really a good treat I never expected. The hotel is good for those who prefer to spend most o the day out such as those on business because there are no entertainment facilities available in the hotel. Free high speed wi-fi is available in all spots. A very nice shopping center "You me", is in walking distance (10 minutes) and the vicinity is very beautiful. A nice park facing to water is also quite close. All in all, I liked the place and can recommend it.
Great location close to the sea front and many of the tourist attractions (Glover Gdns., Hollander Slope, Oura Cathedral, etc). Easy tram ride to/from both the JR station and to the tourist attractions in the north of the city (Peace Park, etc.). Clean and comfortable rooms and efficient front of house staff. Would certainly stay here again.
- Walking distance to Confucius Shrine and Glover Garden
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Hotel Monterey Nagasaki places you next to Tokiwa Pier and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like HSBC Nagasaki Branch Museum. This 123-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a coffee shop/café, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Nagasaki, the hotel is also a short walk from Nagasaki Seaside Park and Confucius Shrine.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee. Grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant or get an energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
The 123 rooms are air-conditioned and have refrigerators and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and wired Internet, along with cable TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and bidets. In-room massages are available.
Hotel Monterey Nagasaki features free WiFi in public areas and wedding services. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables.
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83% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 620 reviews