- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Connecting or adjoining rooms can be requested, but all rooms are subject to availability. Contact the property using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- As required by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare, all international visitors must submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Also, it's required that lodging proprietors photocopy the passports of all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.
New Tanda3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Slept at this hotel for a single day as a part of a school trip to Nagasaki. Although most of the time was spent elsewhere, some time between and after activities was spent at the hotel. To take the pros first: the hotel is conveniently located in the middle of Nagasaki, the breakfast selection and food in general was a positive experience. Cons: even though this is Japan, the staff at the reception didn't seem to be very fond of us, but the staff at the breakfast hall were friendly and helpful. The rooms, at least ours, was worn out and very outdated with a buzzing clock radio alarm from the 1970`s and an air vent with black areas surrounding it. The bathroom, although clean, was also old and outdated and very uninviting. I'm guessing this hotel is mainly for elderly and businesses men who are just staying the night over. Overall: good food, mixed hospitality amongst the staff, completely worn down and outdated rooms as well as common areas. Rating: 2/5
We had a very good room and the service was good. However, I must say that there were some issues with the internet. You had to be near the door to get wifi since our room was the one furthest down the hall. Everything else was great, the breakfast had a little bit of everything so I was very satisfied with my experience.
Reading the other reviews we realize we were lucky to get a renovated room on the 7th floor (room 710). Great beds, spacious, new bathroom (unfortunately the shower curtain tends to cling to your body and the stepdown is somewhat steep), pleasant view at the inlet of the harbour. Short walk to the trams or to the terraces of the restaurants at the cosy harbour site. Please visit the atomic bomb museum, we found it more appealing than the museum in Hiroshima.
Poorly maintained with mould on shower curtains. A 10 minute drive by taxi from Jr station and few stops on the team which is located close to hotel. Breakfast was surprisingly decent with an ok Western selection and plenty of Japanese favourites.
We made a reservation at this hotel based on the location. Close to Glover garden, Dejima wharf and China town, all in walking distance. For those coming by car it's very close to the highway exit, and parking is free! For the 5000 yen we paid per room we got a typical business hotel room, it might have been slightly bigger. The floor we stayed on was refurbished, but some of the furniture is still original (old). We didn't make use of the breakfast option, but overall the experience is slightly better than other business hotels we've stayed in Japan.
Having spent three nights here I came away with mixed emotions: was this a hotel for business users or was it catering for families (certainly not families with young children as there are no facilities)? or holiday goers? a bit of all really, but as a result the hotel feels soulless. Additionally, the standard of food in the restaurant (very good, but expensive) and the breakfast (excellent) far exceed the quality of the rooms. The room I stayed in was dark and dingy, lacking natural and artificial light. This is not help by the the seventies decor: the carpets I could see were new, but are back in the vastly seventies style. Bed was comfy and bathroom functional but not comfortable. There is a television and phone service, but I did not use these. Internet is available via a LAN, and annoyingly you need to provide your your own cable (RJ45): seem s little silly and most people on the go will be using laptops or tablets and use wireless, so some infrastructure needs updating here! The location of the hotel is excellent and overlooks a park and the harbour. The view of the mountains surrounding the city is simply gorgeous. Approximately 300 metres from the main entrance is a tram stop and the tram system in Nagasaki is easy to use and cheap (120 Yen per trip at the time of this review). The hotel has a car park beneath it too should you have a car. The standard of the restaurant is fairly high, but the menu is confused. You get the feel of French and Japanese, but I am not entirely sure. There are some classic Nagasaki dishes on offer and these are excellent and plenty of food to get through. The French style dishes lack refinement, but the quality of the produce is of the highest standard. Food is expensive here and I am not entirely sure it's targeted at the right audience, seeing the restaurant was almost empty every night I was there. Breakfast was a mix of Japanese, European and English; all cook very well and plenty of it; presented as a buffet, you can can back as often as you like. Do NOT miss breakfast as you will not be disappointed! This hotel has the potential to be stunning, but requires focus. Additionally, new decor, infrastructure and fittings are needed, with a little market research required. You get the feeling that someone here has looked at the Laura Ashley and Wedgewood catalogue, but forgotten what really matters. Nagasaki has loads on offer and you get the felling that the city is too modest for its own good. Hotel New Tanda could focus on catering to the tourist more and shout out what Nagasaki has to offer as the place is beautiful and I prefer it to Tokyo. Come on Hotel New Tanda, get a grip, focus on a market and shout out what Nagasaki has to offer!
I lived there for weeks. The man called himself the hotel owner knocked our door on 11:50p.m. and said that we were too noisy because we were watching TV after 11:00p.m.! But at that time, we two girls didn't not watching TV even we didn't make any sound! He didn't apologize for it until we left the hotel...So, remember, in Hotel NEW TANDA. DO NOT WATCH TV OR TALK AFTER 11:00PM~ Especially when u're GIRLS!
２０１７年以前の宿泊です。 記録として・・・ かなり前に泊まったホテルです。 当時はANA系列のホテルでした。 立地が良く移動がらくでした。
コスパが最高です。 ツインに宿泊しましたが、部屋の広さは広く、清潔感があり 駐車場は無料(先着見たいですが)、コンビ・観光地にも近く とても便利な立地でしたが、低価格で宿泊できました。
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61.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 80 reviews