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Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae

2-22-21 Higashisakura, Naka, Nagoya 460-0005 Aichi Prefecture
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If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Naka, look no further than Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae.

Close to some of Naka's most popular landmarks, such as Hioki Shrine (1.4 mi) and Higashibetsuin Hall (1.5 mi), Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae is a great destination for tourists.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae offers guests free wifi.

Plus, Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

While in Naka be sure to experience local dumplings favourites at Gyoza King Nishiki.

If you’re looking for something to do, Aichi Kokusai Plaza (1.1 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae.

The staff at Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.

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Steven G wrote a review Nov 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom246 contributions107 helpful votes
Parts of this Toyoko (corridors) are, like the immediate neighbourhood, by Japanese standards, slightly rundown. The Sakae underground shopping/dining mall is an amazing labyrinth worth exploring. The air conditioning (to be used as heating in November) was reatively easy to use, in spite of the Kanji-only remote keys. The staff at breakfast appeared less stressed and more on top of things than the Toyoko Inn average. The WiFi in the lobby had such low security settings that my computers (all three of them) refused to connect to it. But in my guestroom it was thankfully OK. View from my room was almost totally blocked by what looked like a tower of freight containers piled up inches away from my window. The breakfast room can be so crowded that you may need to eat standing, so don't bring any luggage into it if at all possible. It is a relatively small Toyoko Inn but, otherwise, like all Toyoko's, and in spite of a few minor weaknesses, solid, reliable and very practical.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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TYO-WOOD wrote a review Jan 2017
Japan21 contributions1 helpful vote
Hotel is little bit noisy ... because of Chinese travelers but rooms and wi-fi are good & the main thing is the staff .. they are very helpful and very sweet..I mean other things are good but staffs are very good.
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Date of stay: January 2017
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gmaverick wrote a review May 2016
Coquitlam, Canada61 contributions50 helpful votes
Located on Higashi Dori the hotel lobby is set back from the street so is hard to see. Staff had limited English but they try their best to assist. The twin room was fair sized with lots of lighting. Bathroom was compact but workable and the controls for the shower worked off the sink. Breakfast area has lots of seats along the window but the selection was poor even for the Japanese food. As for continental food it consisted of slices of white bread with coffee/tea. Better eat before hand or go out for food. Plenty of restaurants down the road. Worse WiFi connection ever. Either can't get on or get disconnected. Not acceptable in this day in age. Lots of Chinese tourists staying at this hotel so very noisy.
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Date of stay: April 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tarokura1971 wrote a review Jul 2015
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I stayed here one week. Every day during my stay chinese tourists came and destoried silent atomsfer. Many instructions like "be quiet" in chinese were dispayed on the wall but no work. Never stay again.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Jasminehill wrote a review Apr 2015
Hong Kong451 contributions96 helpful votes
It takes around 6 minutes walk from the No.1 exit of Shinsakae-machi Station (if you will be from Nagoya station to Shinsakae-machi station with a big luaggage, you can take the elevator at exit 1, or to Nagoya station from Shinsakae-machi Station by the elevator at exit 2). It is not far away from Nagoya TV Tower, Oasis 21, central park and shopping areas in Sakae. If you don't mind walking a bit more, you can visit both Nagoya City Art Museum and City Science Museum. You can also take a shuttle bus ($1000 yen) from/to Central Japan Airport four times a day to/from Tokyu Nagoya Hotel where is a get-on/off point not far away from Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae, however, please take note of the limited seats while no reservation for shuttle bus. It's better to check schedule first while it keeps changing.
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Date of stay: April 2015
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jutabe wrote a review Mar 2015
Nagoya, Japan10 contributions4 helpful votes
As part if the chain of Toyoko, this one is no different. The check in is fast and efficient and the rooms are clean with the space well used. Bed is a nice size and comfortable. This particular branch seems to pride itself with the ever changing breakfast, each time I go there are several more new dishes and the lovely kitchen cooks make you feel welcome and it's a nice start to the day. Not five stars due to recent visits being incredibly noisy, the rooms are well insulated, but the guests seemed unaware of their volume in talking etc. The staff need to know how to deal with this promptly and firmly, when I called the staff member seemed reluctant to deal with the problem rooms directly. Perhaps the Toyoko group could introduce a more stricter policy in what to do with noisy clients.
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Date of stay: December 2014
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easytrip wrote a review Jan 2015
Beijing, China96 contributions93 helpful votes
The hotel location is quite good, between the subway station Aakae and Xin sakae(closer to station xin sakae). Even go to the shopping center Sakae area is within the walking distance. There are many restaurants & convenient stores nearby. The room is clean, well equipped(with frige). Room size is ok (not so small). Price is quite reasonable. There are many business men stay here during their business trip, so the time from 5:00 pm —7 pm is rush hour for front desk. I think this is one of the best choice for travellers who stay in Nagoya(considering the price, hotel condition & location).
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Date of stay: January 2015
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couple454 wrote a review Sept 2014
Calgary, Canada157 contributions81 helpful votes
WE stayed at Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae while in Japan. The room was a bit small and not much room for suitcases. The complimentary breakfast was very Japan style food. Eating soup and rice for breakfast was a different experience for Canadians. They always had buns with jam. The stay overall was just o.k.
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Date of stay: April 2014
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DavidCheng wrote a review Jun 2014
Adelaide, Australia19 contributions21 helpful votes
Room is small but space are used very effectively. The bed and toilet is spuriously clean. Put your luggage under the bed as recommended will give you some good walking space in room. The water boiler can be used as humidifier if you feel air too dry in Japan. Bathrobe available in a cabinet somewhere at lobby if it is not already in your room. Do not expect receptionist to solve your internet problem because they won't, but the wifi at lobby is always fine. Use the vending machines for drinks, varieties are good actually.
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Joey L wrote a review May 2014
Makati, Philippines196 contributions64 helpful votes
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My eldest son and I, and the rest of his team, stayed here for two nights as we were attending a karate tournament in Aichi prefecture. The Hotel was a short walk from the bus drop off ( we took the bus from Nagoya airport). The entrance of the hotel is recessed, behind the parking structure of the the hotel making the lobby a bit small and uninviting. It also got full really quick since a team of around 36 people (parents and karatekas) were checking in. The staff were very friendly and accommodating but spoke very little to no English, so it was good that we had a couple of people in our party that could speak Japanese. We were luck that we checked in on a Sunday as we were all offered hotel memberships which slashed 25% off our listed room rates. The rooms were small but adequate for our needs. Maximum of 2 people per room so several families in our party had to get multiple 2 rooms even if they were with kids. You had to shove your luggage under the beds in order to make room for walking. The rooms and the hallways were clean but if you are on a smoking floor (which we were), you will have to contend with the smell of stale cigarette smoke. The TVs were small but were in full HD. There were no English channels but you could order shows (pay per view) from the lobby. The bathrooms were clean and large enough to shower in but the bath tub was only good enough for kids to use (adults would be sitting up at almost a 90 degree angle). My son and I enjoyed using their shampoo and body wash and we also loved the warmed toilet seats and bidet. The hotel offered free use of sanitized sleepwear/ Pajamas available at the lobby for those interested. The hotel also offered free buffet, breakfast for all their guests from 7 am until around 9-9:30am. The food was decent and had some variety. However, the lines did get a bit long. Seating is also limited so go early. The hotel is also situated near several restaurants and convenience stores. It is also a 10 minute walk to the Sakaemachi train station, 4 km to Nagoya castle and relatively near Matsuzakaya and other retail establishments. All in all, I would stay here again. I'd just have to learn rudimentary Nihongo first before my next visit.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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LOCATION
JapanChubuTokaiAichi PrefectureNagoyaNakaSakae / Fushimi / Nagoya Castle
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Frequently Asked Questions about Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae
Which popular attractions are close to Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Nearby attractions include The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art (0.4 km), Aichi Prefectureal Arts Promotion Service (0.5 km), and Munetsugu Hall (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a hot tub.
Which room amenities are available at Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hotel Okura restaurant Teppanyaki Sazanka, Sekai No Yamachan Hoten, and Furaibo, Sakae.
Is Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Naka.
Are there any historical sites close to Toyoko Inn Nagoya Sakae?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Nagoya Castle Hommarugoten (2.2 km), Nagoya Castle (2.2 km), and Cultural Path Futaba Museum (1.2 km).