Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Nagoya, APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae makes it easy to enjoy the best of Nagoya.
Rooms at APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Nunoike Catholic Church (0.7 mi) and Cultural Path Futaba Museum (0.9 mi) make APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae a great place to stay when visiting Nagoya.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the wine bars, including Antica Roma, La Chiave, and The Meat Angus Sakae, all of which are a short distance from APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Osu Shopping Street (0.9 mi), Nagoya City Science Museum (0.7 mi), and Nagoya TV Tower (0.4 mi), which are some popular Nagoya attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, APA Hotel Nagoya Sakae is sure to make your visit to Nagoya one worth remembering.
We stayed here for 2 nights to visit Nagoya. - location: good acces from Nagoya station with the subway (Higashiyama line). Close to the well known spaceship-Aqua. - Room: our room was small, but this is normal with APA budget hotels. - service: The staff was friendly and the rooms were clean. We were here just at the start of Typhoon Hagibis and there was not a lot of staff but they did inform everyone at the hotel when there would be staff and what to do during the typhoon. We left early to Kyoto to avoid Hagibis, so we are sad to say we didn't get to experience the hotel as we wanted. Overall good budget hotel with a good location in the center of Nagoya.
A nice welcome, and a very clean room. Staying for four days mixing business with pleasure. Room was not made up after first day, returned to find bed had not been made, only towels changed, no top up of coffee. Requested temperature in room to be lowered and unable to adjust in room. first occasion staff changed, but still too hot, when asked again, they said that its a common temperature throughout hotel, and please open window....................... Ideally located for Nagoya Castle
An advertised attraction is a common bath on the 15th floor. Rather than spending time with naked men in the bath I would have preferred to have a room that accommodates two suitcases and which leave more than a square metre of living space for the occupants. Architects of these hotels must also design seating for economy flights - small is beautiful. If the same architects were to actually stay in these hotels they may realize how much human comfort is sacrificed for the sake of economy. The beds were very soft and unsuitable for those requiring back support. The irony was the 6500Y massage option which would be needed after a night sleep in these beds. The pillows ranged from the sublime - 3 cm thick - to the ridiculous mischievously described 'fluffy' pillows which resembled soccer balls made of plasticine. A tiny table in the corner had a kettle without a nearby power point. The bathroom was vey new and clean but it could only fit half a bath. The main attraction is the comparatively low tariff as long as you do not mind the claustrophia of staying in what is no bigger than a ships's cabin.…
Stayed in this hotel as part of a tour group. We went out looking for dinner and found the area around the hotel a bit sleazy & a little too close to the night life. I felt a little uncomfortable and would not have liked to be on my own. The rooms are very small, but they were clean and comfortable. Staff English was not good, breakfast was included and was good value.
The only good thing about this hotel is its proximity to sakae and the sites. They have poor service in this hotel if you're not caucasian. The person in the reception was not warm and welcoming when I was the one in front of her. However, when my friend took my place, the receptionist suddenly was very accommodating. We decided to cancel our booking (good thing they didn't charge us) and we found a better hotel to stay at.
the APA hotel chain has always provided clean good value accommodation when I am in Japan .The staff and hotel were fine , the room was small but comfortable and clean , the spa was good and the breakfast was ok . The noise from the nightclub area it is in the middle of however, went on till 5am was very annoying , the area was a little sleazy by Japanese standards .
This is a comfortable hotel with all the amenities one might expect from well-known chain of hotels. It is located close to Sakai subway station, restaurants and shops. Service was very good although not all reception staff understood English. Breakast was not included in the tariff but was good value with wide range of food, Japanese and Western. My one criticism was the size of the bedroom. It was the smallest I have encountered during several visits to Japan. My wife and I stayed five nights and found that one needs good humour and a sense of the ridiculous to handle it. I guess that is what travelling is all about.
The hotel is very nice, the rooms are small but normal for Japan standard. The big plus is the Onsen on the roof, it's so good after a busy day to just relax in it. There is a part inside and one outside. It's in the middle of a animated neighborhood, lot of good places for food.
Booked a semi-double room for 1 night, 2 adults. We drove to the hotel, arrived on Friday night around 11pm, and realized this hotel is located in the heart of the night club area. The hotel parking was full, and got directed to the park down the street. The personnel at the hotel parking was very nice, he ran and show us where to park. It was a 5 mins walk from the hotel cost around $10 CAD per night. We managed to drag our luggage s and walk through the crowds on the street. Didn't feel safe cuz you can tell people standing on the street were looking for business, guys and women. The hotel lobby reminds me of the 80's. The room was very small, I am a bit disappointed as I did pay a bit more for the double room. Carpet was dirty, and I can smell the cigarettes even I asked for the non-smoking room. The location of the hotel was great. 10 mins walking distance to Mastuzake, and other famous department shop. 5 mins walk will take you the famous Nagoya coffee chain store. Be careful if you head out early in the morning especially after the weekend. That was the dirtiest street i have seen in Japan. My overall experience with this hotel is disappointed.…
This was my first experience staying at an APA hotel. We booked into it (and several other APAs during this trip) because it has an onsen. The first thing I noticed was that the bed was really soft, in the 'bad' way. The mattress was clearly old and therefore not very comfortable. (At a later APA, I also had a soft mattress but that one was firm, clearly new but with a topper. There's a difference.) This hotel really needs to upgrade its beds. Apart from that everything was fine: room a decent size, free wifi and LAN, air conditioning etc. They have a scheme whereby they don't change your sheets every day for environmental reasons, but give you a free bottle of water instead. I liked that. The onsen was okay, but the outdoor part of that is very small, just two small tubs. Did the business, though. I won't stay there again because of the bad mattresses (my friends had the same issue) but generally it's a decent place, and well connected by subway.…