In the center of Honshu Island sits Nagoya, Japan's forth largest city. Nagoya is a city of ancient castles, cherry blossoms and world famous pickles. The city is easily accessible from Tokyo via bullet train, and with a bevy of Nagoya hotels ranging from humble, paper walled ryokan (traditional inns) to super-modern, luxury palaces, hotels in Nagoya Japan offer something for the pickle lover and cherry blossom connoisseurs alike.
Unarguably the most accessible of hotels in Nagoya Japan is the Marriott Hotel Nagoya. Located immediately above the JR Nagoya Station, the Marriott Hotel Nagoya is literally your first stop if you arrive in Nagoya by train. The Marriott Hotel Nagoya has unique restaurants serving French, American and Chinese cuisine. All 774 regular rooms have some of the best panoramic views of downtown Nagoya. Of all the Nagoya hotels to choose from, the Marriott is the best choice for business travelers, or tourists looking to make a quick stopover to see the Nagoya Castle.
The five-star Nagoya Tokyu Hotel is, in every sense of the word, a deluxe international hotel. Among Nagoya hotels, the Nagoya Tokyo Hotel is outstanding for its recreational and fitness center, indoor swimming pool, beauty salon and shopping arcade. Like many hotels in Nagoya Japan, the Nagoya Tokyu Hotel is really a city within a city. In addition to its 562 guest rooms and varied dining options, the Tokyu has meeting and banquet facilities for up to 1500 guests for a single setting. The rooms are predictably elegant and comforting.
If you are looking for something a bit smaller and a bit cheaper (without sacrificing comfort and style) try the Hotel Cypress Garden Nagoya. With 203 guest rooms it is smaller than the Marriott and the Tokyu, but the rooms are well furnished, there are a variety of onsite restaurants serving western and Asian cuisine, and, only a minute's walk to the Kanayama-Sougou train station, the Hotel Cypress Garden Nagoya is one of the most accessible hotels in Nagoya Japan.
But if the Hotel Cypress Garden Nagoya is still out of your price range, and you are looking for something a little less "high-rise" and a little more authentic, try one of Nagoya's ryokan (traditional inns). Invariably, the best cheap Nagoya hotels are these family-run inns that serve authentic Japanese cuisine and often include an ample breakfast with the price of a room.
Two excellent ryokan in Nagoya are the Watanabe and the Meiryu. Larger than a traditional ryokan, the Watanabe has 41 Japanese style rooms, is located in Central Nagoya and has shared indoor baths for men and women. The Meiryu is located in central Nagoya near the Nagoya Dome and the Kamimaezu subway station. This middle size ryokan has 23 Japanese-style rooms, bathing facilities and fresh, seasonal Japanese cuisine. Though neither ryokan boasts the intimate environment of a country inn, both the Watanabe and the Meiryu are among the best cheap Nagoya hotels.
So whether you are in town for business or pleasure; whether you are traveling in style or on a shoestring, there are cheap Nagoya hotels, and lavish palaces to meet every traveler's taste and budget.