If you’re looking for a hotel in Nagoya, look no further than APA Villa Hotel Nagoya Marunouchi Ekimae.
Close to some of Nagoya's most popular landmarks, such as Sakura Avenue Lind with Ginkgo Tree (0.2 mi) and Nagoya Omotenashi Bushotai (0.7 mi), Apa Hotel Nagoya is a great destination for tourists.
The rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Apa Hotel Nagoya guest, you can enjoy a sauna and an on-site restaurant that are available on-site.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Komeda Coffee (Nagoya Esca), Maidreamin, Nagoya Don Quijote Sakae, and Wolfgang Puck Cafe Aichi Arts Center, all of which are a short distance from Apa Hotel Nagoya.
If you’re looking for something to do, Nagoya Castle (0.7 mi), Osu Shopping Street (1.0 mi), and Nagoya City Science Museum (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Apa Hotel Nagoya.
The staff at APA Villa Hotel Nagoya Marunouchi Ekimae looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
APA Villa Hotel in Marunouchi Ekimae of Nagoya is a great one! The rooms may be small but the amenities are complete from toiletries to TV ( though only one English Channel providing news) to refrigerator to kettle to tadaaaaa, a roof top hot bath! I have been doing onsen both in Japan and the Philippines, privately. This is the first time I did it in public. I was able to try it because the bath area aren't always full. There is enough ethics amongst users of not staring at each other LOL. There is an indoor big bath and a smaller one outside. I prefer the one outside because of the natural head cooling effect. I get the chance to skip pouring cold water on my head to prevent super dilation. A small sauna in the room can accommodate at least four to six slim people, and a cold small pool is beside it. There is shampoo, soap, conditioner, facial wash, conditioner, skin lotion, emulsion, hair drier and weighing scale in the hot bath area. The service is good with friendly, helpful staff. The hotel buffet breakfast is filling. Eat late breakfast to cover your lunch! The hotel is very neararunouchi subway station. It is several hundred steps to Nagoya Castle, Sakae and Osu Kannon if you are fond of counting til 10000 steps daily.…
Good location- There’s an exit of Marunouchi station (but hv to walk further if u need an elevator, and u’d see a family mart along the way to the hotel), or about 15mins walk to Nagoya station. The two onsens - the outdoor one is perfect esp weather is still cold, though it’s tiny as u can imagine. Indoor one is ok but a bit older and smaller than I thot. Room is usual size as other hotels in Japan. I might hv a view and see sky and light logos but also see the roof of building opposite with some workers so I closed the window thru the 3 days I stayed. Staffs are helpful and polite.
By far the least impressive hotel I have stayed in Japan. The lobby is narrow at the end of a corridor. The staff are friendly and helpful. Unusually you are asked to pay for your room before you see it. The room was tiny with the bed squeezed into a recess. The bed itself was hard and uncomfortable. The view from the room was the wall of the next building. The furniture was cheap and shabby. The bathroom was very cramped with knees very close to the wall when sitting on the toilet. Breakfast is a buffet and served in a very small cafe in the ground floor. The first morning the breakfast was barely adequate but much improved on the second day. This is not a place I would choose to stay in again and it was one of the most expensive that I stayed in.
We stayed here only one night. We booked a cheap double room and this one was VERY small. It was our own choice but there wasn’t even space to leave our (not so big) backpacks. The room and bathroom were clean and we slept well so for us it was ok but we wouldn’t recommend the budget rooms if you stay a bit longer or have bigger suitcases
We booked this hotel for two separate nights while on a tour. The rooms although small were clean and functional. The staff were very helpful when we found we had an error on our booking and even switched us to a non-smoking room free of charge. The hotel is very close to the subway and several convenience stores.
The rooms were clean and quiet, with free Wi-Fi. They were very small though, but sort of what you expect in Japan. The staff spoke English. The location was good - a 15 minute walk from Nagoya Station and right next to a subway station. The breakfast was very ordinary. It can be hard to find anywhere offering breakfast, but I would recommend not taking the hotel breakfast up and trying to find something.
Location It's located very near marunouchi station. The station exit is just outside the hotel. Hotel Hotel has hot spring and wifi. The bed is just for 1 person. If you travel in couple, be prepared not to move around in the room.
APA always delivers. A semi short walk from the station. But it has a very nice Onsen on the top floor. Try it while you'll wait for your flight back home to where ever you live. The view, the feeling and the place is exactly what you need when staying over in Nagoya. Enjoy:) ps: very good city view from the top floor.
Great location, very close to Nagoya Station. By the way, in Japan, different from other countries, you will find great hotels around the main stations, and they are usually very good options because are easily connected to differents points in town besides the train station itself. Apa Villa Ekinomae is a good example. Rooms very comfortable and and well equiped, kind staff, great value for what one pays, it was perfect for our short stay.
Stayed for 3 nights in this hotel. Initially booked for a small double room, we asked if we could pay for an upgrade to a slightly bigger room upon check in. The staff at reception went to great lengths to check was available for us and was very patient. So I felt very appreciative. As they could not give us a twin room for all 3 nights, we had to switch room after the 1st night. However, the upgrade was really useful as the room is significantly larger than a small double! There is a public natural hot springs bath (separately for both men and women) at the top floor with an outdoor pool. Facilities were clean and top notch. The location is great - walkable to the JR Nagoya station in 20 mins (part of the walk can be made underground via the Animal underground mall). Or the subway Marunouchi station is only a few minutes away as well. Close to the Sakae shopping area, there were loads of eating options as well.…