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Rooms sizes are large by Japanese standards. Hotel is clean, but not so new.
The Executive rooms are worth the extra money, even if they are no larger. But they come with access to free executive bar lounge, free breakfast and gym. Otherwise the hotel...More
It is a nice place to stay because the hotel is located near everything. The room is very clean. Staff can speak English a little bit. Next time, I will be back. The lobby is huge. Staff is friendly and helpful. This hotel have breakfast...More
I spend several stay at the Tokyu Hotel Nagoya, it has always been pleasant and very convenient to be downtown Nagoya. Service is very nice and professional. My only comment would be about the room size... always small in Japan, especially for a Westerner. Enjoy...More
This is a really good high class hotel. Clean rooms and a supply of all the bathroom accessories you need. Friendly reception and you felt welcome. Breakfast was a surprise, not knowing what it would be like our first time in Japan. It lacked for...More
In terms of Japanese standard, the room space is sufficient for a couple with 2 big suitcases. Its only 10 mins walking distance to the shopping district. Plenty of restaurants around the hotel too. Mind u that shops close at 8 pm in this town...More
You can book a triple room, 2 single beds with one extra bed, can should be able to sleep for 4, since your children is 9&12 years old. This hotel room is reasonable size, and good value for money. Street behind the hotel... More
You can book a triple room, 2 single beds with one extra bed, can should be able to sleep for 4, since your children is 9&12 years old. This hotel room is reasonable size, and good value for money. Street behind the hotel has a lot of good restaurants and walking distance to Nagoya Tower.
It's depends on how you book the hotel I think. I have booked without breakfast because it isn't hard to find food in the morning around the hotel, even convenience stores has loads of ready to eat meals.