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Spent one night at this hotel. Charming but definitely not one I'd recommend. The decor looks like it's from the 80's and you are immediately hit by a musty smell in the lobby that gets stronger in the elevator. Thankfully didn't follow to the rooms....More
The hotel was very near the train station. However, it is a very difficult hotel to find if you are driving there. You first have to turn into a very very narrow road and the parking is extremely small and cramp. As we rented a...More
The Nagasaki Hotel Ihokan is as perfectly located as any hotel could be in relation to what a traveler needs and wants in Nagasaki -- but that is not what makes it special.
What makes it special is a staff that really, really cares about...More
USD 97 - USD 342 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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