the room is fairly large, tastefully done and great amenities. the location is a bit away from Nagoya station but still manageable. AEON MaxValu is nearby as are other shopping, and fairly near to much food too. Service was good and the wedding shop next to the hotel, is really a site to behold!
I really enjoyed the night I spent here. Everything was so well organized and the room was very comfortable. The only sour note was that the check in is a little late - at three. I arrived an hour earlier and, exhausted after a long flight, had to wait in the foyer. Having said this the foyer is very beautiful and the staff were so polite and professional
Our Nagoya family secured this hotel for us! It was very comfortable, convenient and seemed quite upscale for the price,more luxury than expected. We had breakfast in the morning of our stay and though a bit expensive was tasty. The pancakes were not as fluffy as we like but you can get seconds on croissants. FYI. One of the best things about the hotel is the subway has an entrance right from the hotel. Extremely convenient.
Went to Nagoya on a business trip to visit local universities. Sir Winston is located close to a quite a few places of higher education, so it was an ideal place to stay. The Yagoto subway station is attached to the hotel, so there's no need to walk outside. Also, through the underground, you can walk across the street to the AEON shopping mall. Since the hotel is located at Yagoto station, there are two subway lines to choose from, the Meijo line and the Tsurumai line. The hotel room is bigger than a typical business room and a bit fancier in terms of decor. The bathroom is a very nice size, quite spacious for a Japanese hotel. The room was very quiet even though my room faced a busy street. Many weddings take place at the hotel, but those were always during the day, and they never disturbed our stay. Breakfast was a choice of either Western or Japanese set menu. Food was great and there was a variety of dishes to eat. It is a not a buffet, but a set meal. There is a drink bar, so you can help yourself to as many juices, teas, and coffees as you'd like. There was a free English newspaper delivery to your room every morning. The front staff were very accommodating and helped with all requests: sending luggage to another city, printing out documents, doing laundry, etc. All in all, I would definitely stay here again.…
Very comfortable hotel, good and professional facility, and quiet situation. The staffs are helpful. The building is attached to the subway station. It is also next to aeon mall and some small restaurants. Recommended to anyone who come to Nagoya.
It is very quaint hotel situated right next to the subway station. The lobby is very European style with some classic furnitures. The staff are friendly though their English is not that good (maybe one or 2 is better). The room is considered good size for Japan standard so as the bathroom. The area is quiet at night but there are still a number of restaurants that you can patronize if you don’t want to venture out too far.
Luxury hotel. Very nice rooms, clean and comfortable, good wifi. Stunning decorations, classy restaurants. Perfect for a business trip close to to many university campuses on south east. Not specifically expensive, a bit more than 100 Euro/night for a double room, but fully deserved I think. A bit far from the centre but very close to subway, in fact the hotel has a dedicated subway entrance.
This hotel is really clean, beautiful hotel, feels like you are in Europe. I only stayed there a night, 12th Apr. The rooms are clean and comfortable to stay. Everything just feel good. The staffs are very warmly and nice.
I was allocated a bedroom in the front of the building and expecting it to be noisy I was delighted to find that it was exceptionally quiet. It was very handy to have an entrance to the hotel from the subway. The complimentary bottled water, bathrobe and slippers was greatly appreciated. The bed was very comfortable and the standards of clenliess in the large bedroom was very good. The hotel was very fresh and the decor good. I found some of the basics like coffee a tad expensive at 850 yen when outside there were various coffee/tea establishments that only charged 150 yen for a coffee. It was still good value for money and I would stay there again if I return to Nagoya
My first impression: it's a very nice hotel with beautiful design. Their rooms are clean too. My family lives on different floors (one triple room and double room), the double room has better features than the triple one. The breakfast is not so good, the portion is too small (it's not buffet styled, I guess it's because they don't have many workers), the drinks don't have many choices also.