Nagoya Sakae Tokyu REI Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
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The room that we stayed in was small but adequate for one night. There was a fridge, kettle and free Wifi which was easy to access. The hotel is centrally positioned being near to restaurants, shops and the station.
Clean and comfortable. My mom, hubby kids stayed at two rooms which are right next door. Very convenient and organized. Breakfast is all you can eat. Continental and Japanese style both prepared. It wasn't so crowded basement restaurant for breakfast.
I was just staying one night en route back to Singapore so i selected a hotel near the train station. Unfortunately this hotel is not as close as i had hoped, however, a 1200 yen taxi ride was not unreasonable. The taxis like all public transportation is spotlessly clean and the drivers immaculate in dress and manner. The hotel was friendly with a large room by Japanese standards and checking in and out was prompt and friendly. The desk staff arranged a taxi to the station without any fuss. I would definitely recommend this for any visit to Nagoya.
I stayed here for one night. As usual, the room and bathroom were clean. The room was small, but ok for one night. I had read many reviews of cigarette smoke smells in rooms, well there were no smell of cigarettes in this room. Still getting used to heated toilet seats.
First The front desk staff are very kind and fast. I am just overwhelmed by the Starbucks shop beside the hall when entering the building. It's very convenient for gathering with friends here. Regarding the room, it is clean and bright. An easy and comfortable place. Clock system is sweet but I didn't use it. At last, TV remote control is convenient to use. Except bed is just too soft for me, personally speaking. Overall, it's a good choice for traveling couple to live.
This hotel was included in our Cosmos Tour. Our twin room was spacious enough with a flat screen TV, but otherwise dated. The only English channel was CCTV. There was no safe in the room. As in other Tokyu hotels the mattress on the bed was very, very firm and one pillow was filled with husks (which felt like marbles to sleep on), while the other was filled with some sort of sand-like substance. The male hotel receptionist said there were no other pillows available and, consequently, I had very little sleep that night! It's a good idea to bring your ownblow-up pillow. However, the room was clean.There was a queue at breakfast and the Western breakfast was a meagre offering - cold boiled and scrambled eggs, bacon and a few buns. The Japanese breakfast had a good selection. Free wifi was available. There is a small smoking area.
I stayed in the hotel for 5 nights. First step in the room (Room 1015), i was surprise because the room is spacious which I have never thought. Everything is ok except the ventilation in bathroom need to improve. After a shower I had to open the door immediately for more air circulation.
This hotel is in a central,busy shopping district with plenty shops and restaurants round about . The rooms are basic and clean and entered by a metal key ( one per room) and have the usual layout - fairly small room- 2 singles , fridge( empty) tea / coffee and kettle,TV ( no English channels - but you can buy a card for films) , air con , kimono and slippers but no safe Free wifi with code supplied. Usual pod bathroom ,-with nasty step up into it- tripped on this a couple of times, had shower over bath,some toiletries and Toto washlet toilet . Plenty towels. Breakfast was in the basement - a buffet with usual large Japanese selection , some bacon / sausages ,only 2 cereals,little fruit ,no cheese. We ate out for dinner at the Outback steak house just along the road - excellent choice (- see separate review)
If you have stayed in a Tokyo hotel before it will be immediately familiar , everything is the same , flat screen TV , slightly dated furniture , bathroom pre built pod , just like a cruise ship. Small fridge etc. No surprises, breakfast is a choice Japanese or western buffet style all ok nothing outstanding
The hotel has a starbucks downstair which is good for morning breakfast. Not a walking distance from the JR station but there are plenty of taxis around the clock. The rooms just like in other japanese hotels are quite small. Although the hotel is quite old, but it was well maintained. There are plenty of bars around that caused noise till early wee hours in the morning
Located in Naka Ward within a short walk of Nagoya City Science Museum, Nagoya Sakae Tokyu REI Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Nagoya Castle. The 157 rooms at this 3-star hotel include refrigerators, coffee makers, and flat-screen TVs. Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology and Atsuta Shrine are also nearby.
Enjoy dining at Hishiya, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
The 157 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Desks are also available.
At Nagoya Sakae Tokyu REI Hotel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and laundry facilities. Multilingual staff is on hand to answer questions.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 278 reviews