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Reviewed 20 October 2019 via mobile

Decided to have a stop over in Nagoya during the World Cup and picked this hotel. It was in a great spot and rooms were a little bigger compared to some of the others we’ve stayed in during our time in Japan. We chose to have breakfast and I have to say a big thankyou to the friendly team there especially the gent who does the eggs, my Japanese was terrible and he tried so hard to greet and chat to me every morning, so friendly and would highly recommend.

Date of stay: September 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Angela T
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Reviewed 8 October 2019 via mobile

The Hotel Room are nice and quite big.
The amenities and toilet are cool.
The location are quite strategic.
But...

They have weird policy. We booked for twin bed, which commonly use for 2 people, yet they charge Us because they said we booked only for 1 person stay.
So for the twin bed, they have 1 or 2 people option with different charge.

I've been to Tokyo, Osaka, Kanazawa, Takayama, and this is the only Hotel that have this policy.

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank NeoBatavia-Surabaya
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Reviewed 14 July 2019

We just returned from Nagoya (July 2019) after visiting our son who's in a study-abroad program at Nanzan University. Naturally, we were nervous about booking a hotel in a country we've never been to before especially in larger city such as Nagoya. But, we were pleasantly surprised on our first impression when we arrived even after flying 17 hours! In summary, I very much recommend this hotel to those who want a very clean space, pleasant staff, good breakfast, and convenient area.

The Hotel was so clean, it looked to be brand new. The twin room was small compared to American standards, but not European. The air conditioning was really good and very welcome after a hot/humid day of touring around town. The bathroom was fine for us, however guests over about 6'2" may have an issue with the shower height. The shower was actually the entire space that the tub was in (approximately 6' x 5'), and the water pressure was impressive. The toilet space was somewhat small, but there was a door between the bathroom area and bed area of the room if the guest is claustrophobic. The toilet was full of features that are apparently popular to the Japanese (heated seat, male & female washing, etc.). Be prepared to download Google Translate to understand the HVAC and Toilet controls. TV had Video on Demand in addition to the basic, Japanese channels.

Staff was very pleasant even for Japanese standards. The night manager would always meet us at the main door to greet us. The Cafe staff at breakfast was so nice, we looked forward to seeing them every morning. The main chef, Yuso, went out of his way to make us feel like the guests of honor to the point of holding a table in reserve for us! It was kindof sad saying goodbye our last day.

The hotel only offers breakfast, but there was plenty to choose from. Yuso would prepare eggs and french toast to order. They also had, yogurt, fresh fruit, granola, salad greens, various pasta salads, various fish, lotus root salad (awesome), breads, rice, soups, etc. I'm not a big fish eater, and I had plenty of choices.

The area was very convenient for shopping, various restaurants, subway, etc. First, there was only one transfer required to/from the Nagoya airport. I found it fairly difficult to understand the various railways in Japan from the online info, but it wasn't too bad after a day or so of being there. From Nagoya/Chubu airport, take the Meitetsu line to Kanayama station and get the Meijo subway line to the Hisaya-odori station which is about a block's walk to the Vista. Roughly 4 block's walk is Oasis Mall, Sakae subway station, and the Sightseeing bus. High-end shopping (Chanel, etc.) is roughly 6-8 blocks away.

Date of stay: July 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank jimcomly1
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Reviewed 11 November 2018

This hotel is very comfortable, clean and has good service. The location is just a block and 1/2 from the subway and the subway is 3 stops from Nagoya main station so getting around is easy. Lots of restaurants and bars nearby also

Room tip: There are no rooms that are better or worse for noise or location
Date of stay: November 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Bomani
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Reviewed 7 November 2018

For the second time in 2018, we stayed multiple nights in a very newly built hotel of the upstart Vista chain. In April, we had stayed in the Vista Premio Yokohama Minato Mirai, and we refer you to our longer TripAdvisor review of that property. In fact, the primary reason that we selected the Vista Nagoya Nishiki for our October stay in Nagoya was that our stay in the Yokohama location was very positive.

The city fathers (and mothers) of Nagoya certainly would not welcome our overall assessment of the neighborhood around Nagoya Station (which is, in fact a conglomeration of the train stations of three rail lines, JR, Kintetsu, and Meitetsu, as well as the hub of all of Nagoya's mass transit lines). Nagoya Station is a place that all travelers MUST pass through, but it is also a place NOT to stay around for any longer than is absolutely necessary. The area around Hisaya-Odori Station on the Sakura-dori Subway line, three short stops east of Nagoya Station, where the Vista Nagoya Nishiki is located, is a much more pleasant place to spend one's time in Nagoya. The "Odori" part of the station name refers to a strip park that runs north-south, with its northern end blending into the grounds of Nagoya Castle and its southern end flanked by Nagoya's closest approximation to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills of Via Montenapoleone in Milano. The station is about two blocks' walk from the Hotel Vista.

The Hotel Vista is small, but very well appointed, and, having been built very recently, everything about the hotel is completely up-to-date and sparkling. Especially notable, as more completely detailed in our review of the Yokohama location, the toilet/bathroom facilities are distributed among three rooms. The convenience make-up, shaving, tooth-brushing sink is in the hallway/alcove of the bedroom; the commode (toilet) has a separate small room all to itself, and of course the plumbing fixture features a modern advanced toilet seat (sometimes referred to as a bidet seat). The bath and shower have a room of their own, and, in fact the entire room is the "shower stall," because the door to the rest of the suite is gasketed and the floor of the room has an efficient drain, outside of the bathtub. The bathtub itself is wider and deeper than the typical hotel bathtub, and a low stool and large water scoop
are provided outside the tip to facilitate taking a Proper Japanese Bath, in which one thoroughly soaps down and completely rinses outside the bathtub, BEFORE climbing into the filled bathtub for a soak. There is no better way to relax known to our species.

Adjacent to the Vista Hotel is a popular disco/rock nightclub that stays open seemingly all night. The sound sealing of the Hotel Vista is excellent; in three nights' stay in rooms facing two different sides of the structure, we never had a single note from the nightclub disturb our sleep. Kudos to the architects.

Here is the "except" qualification that precludes five stars. The aforementioned Hisaya-Odori Station platform is FOUR levels down from street level, "B4" in Japanese. Each level is 48 (forty-eight) fairly high-rise steps above or below the next level up or down, and there are barely minimal elevators or down-escalators (and barely more than minimal) up-escalators) between levels. Where there is an elevator or escalator, usually it extends one level only, and one must walk a considerable distance, east-west, to find another escalator or elevator to go up or down another level. The Hisaya-Odori station complex is not only not wheelchair-friendly, it is downright wheelchair-HOSTILE; and if you are mobile (able to walk without a wheelchair), but have been pondering whether it is time to consider knee or hip replacement surgery, schedule the operation before going to Nagoya, so that you can be wheeled into the operating room the day after you return home.

HINT: one of the shopping structures that is part of the station complex is called ANNEX; inside that structure — but you need to look for it — is a two-way escalator that extends several floors below street level (but not all the way to the subway platform); unfortunately, it is accessible only during the business hours that the shops in the building keep.

Summary: Hotel Vista Nagoya Nishiki is an excellent accommodation. Its only drawback is that it is a fairly expensive taxi ride to get there from Nagoya Station, and the inexpensive and conveniently located local subway station is designed for people with Olympic athlete conditioning of their legs.

Room tip: Our room charge for Saturday exceeded the combined charges for Friday and Sunday; avoid Saturday if you can.
Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank tonarinokyaku
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