Finding an ideal charming hotel in Nagoya does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Sanko Inn Nagoya Nishiki, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Sanko Inn Nagoya Nishiki, visitors can check out Shikemichi (0.8 mi) and Hosho-in (Osu Kannon) (0.9 mi), some of Nagoya's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Sanko Inn Nagoya Nishiki features 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and 24 hour security, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
If you’re looking for an Indian restaurant, consider a visit to Mugal Palace, Erick South Kitte Nagoya, or Tandoru, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Sanko Inn Nagoya Nishiki.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Parco Gallery, Osu Apartment, and The art club Quartier Latin.
Sanko Inn Nagoya Nishiki looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nagoya.
Pro : Good room size Good equipment Good Onsen and after we can enjoy massage chair with a wonderful view and ice cream (all of this for free) Good personal The location is Nagoya is pretty good Nothing to improve.
During a cold winter, what's the most you want out of a hotel ? For me, it is a nice warm bath and that's what this small, unassuming hotel tucked off the main street has to offer !! Head for exit 8 from the Sakae station if you need the elevator. Else, exit 7, which has a 24 hours Don Q next to it would be 50 metres nearer. Pass two "shingo" (traffic lights), turn left and at a quiet street and noisy Sakae, you'll find this small hotel. There are standard pillows in the room but at the lobby, one can select for another pillow free of charge so, be it soft, semi-hard, hard etc, you decide and then, bring to yoir room with the choice of free toiletries as well. There's also free coffee available and if that's not good enough, across the street, there a Family Mart to go to. The room size is the standard small Japanese size as expected. The experience I enjoyed most was the public bath ("ofuro") at the 12th floor. It is just a small one but adequate and was good enough to ease away the aches of a cold, winter walks. Whilst there are many hotels in Japan with "ofuro" or "onsen" but at this price, it is a steal. Plus, just being 400 metres from the "eki" ) train station with plenty of choices to shop and eat, one couldn't find any fault with the hotel at all.…
The location is unbeatable, especially if you’re keen on nightlife in the Nishiki area. It’s also walking distance to Oasis 21, Nagoya Tower, Sunshine Sakae, and two subway stops from Nagoya Castle park. Surrounding streets are crowded, and a little rowdy after 9. But once inside the hotel, it’s peaceful. (I didn’t encounter anything returning late too) Room is also well equipped. There’s even a sort of free-use navigation smart phone, with places recommendations. Although I did not manage to figure out how to use it. The rooftop onsen is wonderful! The onsen itself isn’t large, but the rest area is well equipped., with vending machines, free water, and free massage chairs. It even comes with free popsicles, something I’ve not encountered elsewhere. And oh, the rooftop view of Nagoya from the rest area is lovely. Goes down very well with a popsicle after a hot steamy soak.…
Twin bed room is much better than the normal double bed room. Onsen bath free for all in-house guests is a bonus. Breakfast was included in our rate but the traditional Japanese set with fish as the main course is not my style, because the smell of the tiny fish is so strong. You can get a normal toast + egg with coffee breakfast right next to the hotel. Service was decent and the cleaning of the room was perfect.
Turns out this Hotel is called Sanco Inn, not sure if Trip advisor will update it. Good: - Price for what you get - New Clean and Comfortable hotel, reasonably close to station (though there are many others that are closer), but still fairly accessible to Nagoya station via two different subway lines, - Has a hot pool for taking a traditional Japanese skinny dip at the end of your day. Bad: The Men's pool is heavily used as this is a business hotel, hence the water smells of balls. The Women's pool I am told is perfectly fine.
The hotel is good for a business stay. The location is very convenient because of being in the center of Nagoya city. The room was slightly small and dark to do something, but clean. I have nothing to complain about during the two nights I stayed, but also nothing to say that was excellent. Breakfast, which my plan included, was not so good. Because the volume was not enough for me and menu was much too simple, rice, miso-soup, natto, and boiled chicken, I did not have fun during my breakfast. The onsen, which is located at 12th floor, is comfortable. There is room for about 6-7 people. It is almost clean and enough space but good scenery from there should not be expected in spite of the highest floor. It is not a natural onsen but it felt so good. The washing machines were next to the bath area. I felt that was convenient and used it twice because of the cheap cost that was ¥300 for washing only. After washing I picked my cloths up and dried them in my room to prevent from air dryness. There is also a rest space on this floor. We can sit in front of a big window and can drink water for free. I loved to bring my laptop to this area and to work there.…
Nearby MRT station and Donkihote (24hours drugstore). There is Komeda coffee in same building, you can experience the famous Nagoya style breakfast. Nothing extremely special but comfortable and reasonable price hotel.
Although nearby subway station, it is actually located in red-light street. If you are going with yr kids, it is not your choice though they won't disturb you. (It just like Yau Ma Tai District when compared to Hong Kong). I stayed 2 nights (15-17 April 2015). The pillow is too hard while the smelling of toilet is a bit strong. The breakfast is a Japanses set which costs about HK$100 each, which I think not worth. It took us about 10 min to finish. No atmosphere whereas I couldn't find many guests stayed here to consume. I prefer another one, where is two street far away but new called Dormy Inn, which provided buffet breakfast and night free ramei. The price is cheaper as well.
I stayed 3 nights in the hotel and very satisfied with it. Pros: - The room is tidy and clean. - Bathroom is a bit small but works well. There are shower and tank. - Staff are polite. Can communicate in simple English. - Independent air-conditioner, can switch to cooler or warmer anytime. - Comfortable bed and pillow. The single room provides 140cm width bed. - There is a large public bath for hotel guests - The accessibility is good. Easy to find restaurants nearby. Cons: - The room is small. Coz they provide 140cm width bed. Not much space to walk. But it is fine for 1 person. I will suggest double room for 2 people.
No twin rooms available so we had to book two single rooms. Comfortable firm bed but the pillow was far too high for me, I like low soft ones. No others available. The bathroom is a very cramped high step up module bathroom as so often found in cheap hotels but sufficed. I am sure we could have found a better place just as close to the station for our early departure but Sanko Inn was cheap and co fortable and the free coffee in the lobby was a nice treat.