Hotel Silk Tree Nagoya is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Nagoya, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage while staying at Hotel Silk Tree Nagoya. In addition, Hotel Silk Tree Nagoya offers breakfast, which will help make your Nagoya trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While staying at Hotel Silk Tree Nagoya, visitors can check out Shikemichi (0.6 mi) and Hosho-in (Osu Kannon) (0.7 mi), some of Nagoya's top attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Buffet Paradise Otto, Antica Roma, and Trattoria Cesari, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Nagoya Castle (1.0 mi), Osu Shopping Street (0.7 mi), and Nagoya City Science Museum (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Nagoya!
The most important thing we consider in choosing a hotel is location. That is the main selling point of this hotel. The limousine bus from the airport stops right in front of this hotel (if going to the airport, the pickup point is across the street). So even if you have a lot of luggage, it is not difficult to get to the hotel. There is a Family Mart right beside it. Sakae and Fushimi stations are close by. There are many shopping malls and restaurants within walking distance. I also liked that they have a triple room available (not too many in Nagoya when I was searching the internet) which was perfect for our needs. On the down side, the room is just big enough for the beds. There is no cabinet for clothes, no safe for your valuables, no bottled water provided (they said that the water from the sink was potable). Pillows were small and hard. And in this hotel, you have to tell them if you want the room cleaned. In other hotels, the default would be they would clean your room unless you put a “Do Not Disturb” sign outside the door. But here, they don’t clean your room unless you hang the “Please make up room” sign. The front desk staff was also disappointing. I asked for help with making lunch reservations (the website was in Japanese) and was refused.…
its a small hotel located about 2km from nagoya station. plenty of food shops nearby and u can get shuttle service to domestic and international airport opposite the hotel. the amenities are good but soundproofing is a bit loose.
They recently remodeled this entire hotel. I think I preferred the old rooms to be honest. That was partially why I chose this hotel. My previous stay was comfortable. The new ones are clean and nice, but now it just feels like an APA Hotel. The older rooms were a bit more cozy. The staff is very friendly, everything is definitely very clean, and it really is a convenient place to stay. The subway station is around the corner, and there is a Family Mart next door. There is also coin laundry available, and vending machines with drinks and food as well. The only real downside is that I checked out a few days early and they refused to refund me for those days. I thought the staff had said that since I paid online through United/Experia, to contact them for a refund. They refused to do the refund even after United/Experia called. That is the first time in my history of early check-outs in Japan that this has happened. You might as well stay at the nearby APA Hotel or Dormy Inn now as it's basically the same thing, but will refund you if you check-out early. I checked out of my APA Hotel 1 day early and got refunded immediately. If they are going to bother remodeling and trying to look like a brand new hotel, they should probably offer refunds the same way that other hotel chains do. That was a little bit disappointing. It is my fault for assuming they would offer a refund like every other hotel in Japan that I've stayed at. From now on, I will just stay at the nearby APA Hotel in case my plans change.…
Pleasant stay. Easy to get to and from airport with the bus - with train there may be a bit of walking (and climbing of stairs) from Exit 2 (about 5-10 minutes). ^There are two ichiran ramen shops within walking distance - no queue like the ones in Tokyo!)
Good value, pleasant, western style hotel, rooms rather small but clean and adequate with tea making facility and fridge. Good cooked breakfast. Easily accessible from Fushimi underground station (first stop from main Nagoya station). Leave from exit 2, walk straight up to next main road (cheap eatery on corner) , turn right, walk 3 blocks, next to Dormy Inn. To return to station in rushhour use bus 16. Leave hotel, turn left at Dormy Inn, down to next road, bus stop outside 7-11 shop on opposite side of road. station is last stop.
My wife and I stayed at the Hotel Silk Tree for three nights to see the sights in Nagoya. The hotel is not that far away from the train station if you use the taxi. Taxis are not expensive in Japan. The hotel is modern and our bed and room where in good shape. The fixtures, lights, toilet, TV and the rest were fine. The staff was efficient, respectful and courteous to us and the price was acceptable. There is a restaurant on-site but it is only for special occasions. So you can find a restaurant near by or go the many deli type places, Family Mart, 7-11, Larsons, who sell good food. Not a problem for real travelers like me and the wife. Nice Hotel ,and Nice City.
The location is super convenient if you're getting limousine bus from Chubu airport. Just in front of the bus stop. I got the standard twin bed which is good enough for 2 persons. Amenities are good. Breakfast is standard. However, if the next day you're bringing luggages walk to Fushimi, go all the way to Nagoya Intercity where there's a lift or exit 10 (the rest is stairs)
I stayed in a single room, and just like other hotels in Japan, it's a pretty small room. The service inside the room is standard (TV, water cattle, bathroom amenities, pajamas). The breakfast was a buffet, and the menu didn't seem to change daily (scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage, curry rice, bread, and cereal). Location-wise, it's very good. It's only 5 minutes away from the closest station, and there are many restaurants and shopping places in walking distance.
In Japan, the level of cleanliness expected in public places rises to an unpredecented level. This hotel does not live up to this minimum standard. The bathroom floor was dirty with furnishings peeling off, and there was a nasty amount of mould hiding behind the soap/shampoo dispenser. The hotel is fairly old but that should not be an excuse as these things can be cleaned up. The walls were also super thin and you can hear every water tap being turned from your neighbours. Breakfast also had a very limited selection of bread and yogurt that does not change from day to day.
The hotel is near the city center, it is very convenience, the bus stop is just in front of the hotel when we took the bus from the airport. When we go back to airport, we took the bus to airport, the bus stop is just opposite of the hotel.