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Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae

2-20-1 Nishiki, Naka, Nagoya 460-0003 Aichi Prefecture
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#4 of 88 hotels in Naka
We have a hot spring. The nearest station is "subway Fushimi Station" Exit 2. The near station is "subway Sakae Station" Exit 8 next. There are an elevator and an escalator at "Sakae Station". However, there are no them at "Fushimi Station". It is a 20-minute walk from a hotel to Nagoya Station. The nearest bus stop of the buses from Central Japan International Airport to a hotel "is NISHIKI DORI HONMATSI].
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Baggage storage
Car park
Breakfast available
Complimentary tea
Vending machine
Hot spring bath
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Chinese, Japanese
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Xin_Wang_Prestige wrote a review Jul 2020
Hong Kong, China8 contributions3 helpful votes
When you arrive a hotel, initial impression matters to guest. Hotel reception staff were mostly very very very unfriendly. Furthermore, we booked a room for 2 people, and we had a local Japanese friend visiting to bring us out for dinner (not staying with us). Even in afternoon or evening, they could not even come up to our room for ONE minute! Must sit alone in the lobby. And we were told very rudely, no cooperation at all. The night Japanese staff was actually more friendly. Aside from this, rooms are small (but is manageable). Best part would be the spa, onsen hot spring. That's relaxing, small but quite nice open till late. Within 5 mins from local train stations. Hotel GM - please upgrade your service, it will help guests recommend others and improve your business.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Roman Rosales wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore173 contributions88 helpful votes
Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae is located between Fushimi and Sakae Subway Stations (slightly closer to Fushimi, you can take Exit E). The rooms are of typical Japanese size (i.e. small) but are clean and comfortable. They provide pajamas for use when/after you visit the hotel onsen. As with all Dormy Inn hotels, they provide free half-sized ramen at night for supper!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2 Helpful votes
Billbee wrote a review Dec 2019
Omaha, Nebraska6 contributions2 helpful votes
Great location within walking distance to JR station. there were many good place to eat around the hotel. The airport bus to the airport stops was just in front of hotel. Room was nice and cozy. The best thing was hotel guests can free access to hot spring. We enjoy it very much.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
ZackG21 wrote a review Nov 2019
Haifa, Israel33 contributions52 helpful votes
Stayed one night in this Nagoya hotel on the way to Tokyo. Good hotel for short stay as it is easily connected to the main train station and is just nearby the main sakae night life area. Hotel rooms are decent and clean and the staff was welcoming. Overall this is quite a good value for the money.
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Date of stay: October 2019
2 Helpful votes
FamilyFunAbroad wrote a review Oct 2019
Hong Kong, China22 contributions12 helpful votes
Clean tidy hotel with an in house onsen (separate for male and female). Staff assistive. Extra towels and pillows available when asked for. Buffet is good and has many options. M and L loungewear set to wear around d the hotel and to/from the onsen. Kids are provided a set similar to the adult size at check in. The kids bag has a bear sponge the kids can bring to the onsen and take home as well as a kid size toothbrush. We had a western style room. Hotel also offers free late night noodles from 930p-11p. They call it a half size portion, but it is a good portion and quite filling. Very conveniently located. Roughly 5 mins walk in one direction and 10 mins in the other to reach the subway. Hotel offers free shuttle on a schedule to the Nagoya train station. The kids really liked staying here!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
HappyFamily0f3 wrote a review Aug 2019
London, United Kingdom212 contributions197 helpful votes
We’ve stayed at a number of Dormy Inns on previous stays in Japan, so chose to stay here for our one night in Nagoya. The double rooms are small but clean and comfortable. The onsen was quiet when we visited, although that was very early in the morning. Both the indoor and outdoor baths are much nicer than you might expect in a chain hotel. As we were heading home we didn’t need the free laundry but it’s a great facility for travellers. We also missed out on breakfast as we needed to catch the 6.40am airport bus. The bus stop is just across the road from the hotel, which is super convenient.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
2 Helpful votes
Josephine L wrote a review Jul 2019
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The evening ramen was the highlight of this trip. The rooms are more spacious than most hotel rooms. There's a bus shuttle to the airport across the street which was really convenient. The hotel is not cheap but it's affordable to a point that it attracts a massive amount of tourists and maybe tour groups. There were a contingent of people who spoke Cantonese so I assumed they were from Hong Kong or Guangzhou. These were also the people that thought it was ok to treat the onsen like a swimming pool, even though there are instructions on how to use the onsen. Several women and their children repeatedly jumped into the very average sized onsen while people were sitting in the onsen. When I told them that it was disrespectful to be that loud in the onsen, they amped up the noise and diving. When I notified the staff about this, they were like "Oh, okay". I couldn't tell if this was due to the language barrier or if they were used to it happening. If not for the negative onsen experience, I would consider returning to this hotel the next time I'm in Nagoya.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
pooky503is wrote a review May 2019
Tokyo, Japan645 contributions38 helpful votes
I recommend this hotel. because of a clean room, hot spring public bath, complementary bottled water, free coffee and so on. Generally, this hotel is well-equipped hotel. When I visit Nagoya-chity again, I would like to choose this hotel.
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Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
1 Helpful vote
SFNYCamille wrote a review Dec 2018
Taipei, Taiwan122 contributions16 helpful votes
This is my first time staying with Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae, and the fourth time with Dormy Inn in Japan. I’m satisfied with the room, the hot spring, the breakfast, and the late night food, which is ramen! These facilities never disappoint me. However, an accident happened in the midnight on 30th Dec. The fire alarm suddenly rang loudly at 00:15 saying there was fire on 13th floor so we wrap up important personal belongings quickly without changing clothes and walked down to the lobby by stairs. Ten minutes later the alarm shut down, but there was no announcement being broadcasted, nor no staff in lobby to explain details whether it was safe now or sth, until some guests asked the front desk for more information. Fortunately there was no fire at all! But honestly speaking I was really mad and disappointed cos I thought there should have been a more formal way to say sorry for any inconvenience caused to every hotel guest, or at least a staff should have been well prepared in lobby to calm everyone down. I sincerely hope this kind of accident would not happen again, and also hope there is improved action for hotel staff whenever they encounter such urgency.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Samuel En Lai Song wrote a review Dec 2018
Singapore, Singapore30 contributions12 helpful votes
When I came to Nagoya, I didn't expect much of a hotel which had that much nice features within it considering it was one of the cheaper hotels in Nagoya, much less expect a lot of space in the hotel room. However, my family was pleasantly surprised with the customer service, there was a coffee machine that allowed you to drink complimentary hot coffee, as well as a tray containing tea bags as well as milk capsules and sugar sachets. The hotel staff also spoke fluent English, as well as Chinese, which came in as a surprise for my family members as the last visit to Japan, was a little rough due to the language miscommunication. Do not expect much from a twin bedroom, as like Hong Kong, the hotel rooms in Nagoya can get a little cramp. The shower area was a little cramp as well. The bonus point for this hotel is that the Onsen(hot spring) was a life saver as it provided a more pleasant showering experience to rejuvenate oneself. One downside of the hot springs is that for Men, they use their room card to enter the hot spring, while the women have to enter a passcode that changes every day, in which for women to use the hot spring in the early morning, they have to head down to the lobby to get the code of the day for the hot spring. Otherwise, the hot spring was by far the best I have experienced out of all the hotels I went to for that Japan trip. There was a spacious enough changing room where there was a toilet as well as several basins for one to personally groom himself with several hairdryers as well. There was a sauna as well as 2 hot springs, one outdoor and one indoor. After taking a hot bath at night, you can head down to the cafeteria, which is located on the same floor as the hot spring. From 10.30pm onwards, you can enjoy free bowls of simple hot soba noodles. Overall, I would definitely go back to this hotel if I flew to Japan and landed at Nagoya.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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JapanChubuTokaiAichi PrefectureNagoyaNaka
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae
Which popular attractions are close to Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Nearby attractions include Chubu Electric Power Science Museum (0.2 km), Misonoza (0.4 km), and Sunshine Sakae (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a spa.
Which room amenities are available at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, breakfast, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Yes, a parking garage and paid private parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ichiran Nagoya Sakae, Sekai no Yamachan Nishiki, and Yamamotoya Honten Sakae Hommachidori.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Is Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Naka.
Are any cleaning services offered at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Chinese, and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Nagoya Castle Hommarugoten (1.7 km), Nagoya Castle (1.7 km), and Kiyosu Castle (7.4 km).