Looking for a place to stay in Naka? Then look no further than Hotel Landmark Nagoya, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Naka to your doorstep.
Rooms at Hotel Landmark Nagoya offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A coffee shop is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. If you are driving to Hotel Landmark Nagoya, parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Naka, Hotel Landmark Nagoya is located a short distance from Shinshu Otaniha Nagoya Betsuin (1.3 mi) and Higashibetsuin Hall (1.3 mi).
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Kaishin, Sushi Yoshino, and Seafood Izakaya Sakanaya-dojo Nishikisanchome, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Landmark Nagoya.
Should time allow, Hioki Shrine and Aichi Kokusai Plaza are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Landmark Nagoya as you experience everything Naka has to offer.
The location is in the heart of the city , all kind of stores are steps away from you , the room is too small , the value is good , the service is good , I think it is good hotel if you are going to spend most of your time outside the hotel.
Only stopped here as every other hotel I tried nearby was full. However good city centre location, typical Japanese room (i.e. small) but it did the job for one night. Breakfast was in the little café next door.
Centrally located with plenty to see and do. Nagoya castle is only a few miles away. My room is small by American standards but it has everything I need. There's a small fridge which was a pleasant surprise. Bed is a double and is comfortable. I originally booked one night but added a night so I could see more of the area. About the area: very busy especially at night. I suppose there may be a fair amount of prostitution out there. I saw what I think were pimps and their girls. I think it's important, however, to stress that this is nothing like you would see in the states. I did not experience one moment of fear or anything negative. There were families with children, grandparents, etc going about right next to everything. As with many other things in Japan, I guess even the pimps and hookers are well poised and respectful. I wouldn't hesitate to bring my family here. Another thing. Avoid the famous dish from Nagoya: miso katsu. It's not very interesting and way overpriced. Probably the worst thing I've eaten in Japan, not gross, just boring. Oh yeah, the hotel. They have laundry machines that already have the soap in them! …