Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Nagoya, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae makes it easy to enjoy the best of Nagoya.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a coffee shop, and express check-in and check-out. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Close to some of Nagoya's most popular landmarks, such as Dainagoya Building (0.3 mi) and Nagoya TV Tower (1.3 mi), Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae is a great destination for tourists.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Midtown BBQ - Nagoya, Maidreamin, Nagoya Don Quijote Sakae, and Sky Lounge Zenith, which are some pubs that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Osu Shopping Street (1.0 mi), Nagoya City Science Museum (0.8 mi), and Nana-chan Mannequin (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae is sure to make your visit to Nagoya one worth remembering.
Within 10 minutes walk of station, staff are helpful and speak English. A 2 minute walk from underground walkways so good when raining. First floor has convenience store and coffee shop. Across road there are two more coffee shops and a McDonald's.
We stayed in a Standard Twin Room. Size wise it was adequate, slightly bigger than most Japanese hotel rooms. We didn’t have big luggages so that helped too. The hotel is about 10 minutes walk to Nagoya Station with easy access to subway and Meitetsu Bus Centre. A choice of western or Japanese breakfast set is offered by 2 restaurants just next to the hotel entrance on the ground floor. They both have a selection of 3 breakfast sets from which you can choose from. Basically a conveniently located typical no frills Japanese hotel.
now when I see the name on a hotel I feel that everything will be as I would like it and again Nagoya's Daiwa was a delight. Location was a short 5 minute wlk from the train station, but do google it, for it is among many other high rise hotels. Also I wasn't really in Nogoya for sightseeing so I don't know if it was close to tourist interests.
Great location near to station. Plenty of shops and restaurants around. Loads of shopping nearby. Nice hotel. Lovely room on 10th floor in the corner. Clean and quiet. Great laundry facilities.You can wash and dry your own clothes in this chain of hotels. Mostly the staff were great, but not all. One was particularly rude and condescending but happy to say they are not all like that. Just a note there is a kettle in your room but you have to get your tea and coffee from reception. This is supposedly for you to interact with the staff but this is not how it works. They don't speak a lot of English, there may be a queue, you may want a drink before or after you are dressed. Sometimes you are made to feel like they are monitoring you. It is not helpful at all and most unusual. Everybody else manages to give you drinks in your room. So do remember to take them up with you when you are passing.…
Ideally located a few minutes walk from the train station. Very convenient for shopping and restaurants. Staff very helpful. As stated by many the breakfast choice is Japanese or European in the local shops at the base of the hotel. Just adequate and gets a bit monotonous after a few days. One very good feature was the laundry which you could use for washing and drying cloths. Very reasonable prices. Rooms are a little on the small side but pretty standard for Japan. Fridge and tea/coffee making facilities are available.
We had one night here, it was an executive room, which was 18sq metres, smallish but fine for what we needed. This is a new hotel, very clean and the staff were exceptional, very helpful and friendly. The hotel is very easy to find, come out of Nagoya train station and turn right, about 5 minutes walk.
My first stop will be at Nagoya. Me and my friends are staying at Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Ekimae. Location situated around the shopping area, and are walking distance to the train station. Yup, breakfast is included. The room is quite big compare to the one I am staying in Takayama - Country Hotel (which will be my next stop). Oh they do supply pajamas, so you really no need to bring any pajamas! Hahahah..can save place for shopping!
For us this was a overnight stay. We got it quite cheap and was great value for money with breakfast included (redeemable voucher in the cafe). The room we got was surprisingly large then what we were used to in Japan. However that might have been because we were assigned a corner room. Plenty of room. The room has a slight smokey smell even though it was non-smoking. Quite faint so wasn't bothered by it once you were in the room for a few mins. Overall, close to the station, shopping, food places. Friendly, professional and great English speaking staff. Room was clean, modern & spacious. I would have no issues staying here or recommending it for a budget place to stay.
The four of us stayed here for two nights in two rooms (Standard Corner Double Room - Non-Smoking). This room comes with a massage chair (which was a surprise to us as I booked it without reading it as a feature for the room). The room and bathroom are reasonably spacious for Japanese hotel standard. The room was clean and tidy. My room on the sixth floor faced the main intersection nearby and we didn't have any issues with noise from the road traffic. Hotel lobby is on the second floor and there is lift on the ground floor to get you there. There is also a short flight of stairs opposite the lift on the ground floor to get you to the lobby too. We didn't have any problem with checking in and out and they even assisted us in sending our large bags to our Tokyo accommodation. The hotel is written as 5 minutes from Nagoya train station. But as we got off the shinkansen, we got told (by Google map) to walk from the Taiko-dori exit of the station and this took 10 minutes. As I've been to Nagoya in the past, I knew the reason for Google map's recommendation and chose to go on this longer route. This is because Nagoya station is the most busy train station in that part of Japan. Trying to navigate three other people with large bags through a really busy station in the middle of the day is not easy especially when the JR shinkansen station is on the opposite side of the station exit you need to take in order to get to the hotel in the advertised 'five minutes'. The only thing I didn't like is the bed. I don't have a good back and the bed is a bit too firm/hard for me. I will still recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to stay near Nagoya station. …
My mum and I stayed in a double standard room for 2 nights. Location was brilliant, situated in the main hub of transport, shopping and eateries. We came in from Takayama, visited Kiso Valley, and departed for Osaka from various different places with no hassles. There is a diverse range of food in the area, from MacDonalds across the road, to the cheap noodle shop downstairs, and you cannot go wrong with the variety in the stations. There is a convenience store downstairs and a 24-hour grocery store called MaxValu 8 minutes out by foot. Service was fast, efficient and friendly. The room was small but comfortable, with enough space to move around. The bed was firm and comfortable and the shower had brilliant water pressure. All amenities were present, including a little bar fridge, kettle and hairdryer. The room was clean, with a little bit of white dust found on the bedhead (most likely from making the bed). What I appreciated most though is the "Earth-friendly stay" to reduce the waste of travel amenities, in which you are rewarded with a bottle of mineral water if you participated (Disclaimer: not a fan of plastic bottles but Japan has an amazing recycling system that actually seems to work). I would highly recommend this hotel and would choose to stay here again next time if I visit again.…