Hotels in Nagoya

Experience the vast history and culture with museum visits, zoo and garden tours, and delicious local flavours while staying at one of our Nagoya hotels.

Nagoya Hotels

Nagoya, JP
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1-17-6, Sakae, Naka-ku Nagoya, Japan 460-0008
1.3 miles from destination

Opening soon Mar 2022

Opening soon Mar 2022

1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku Nagoya, Japan 450-6002
1.5 miles from destination
2320 Yamanoue-cho, Minokamo Gifu, Japan 505-0003
21.3 miles from destination
The base camp for local experiences by roadside station Gifu Seiryu Satoyama Park.
4-10-5 Centrair Tokoname City, Japan 479-0881
22.6 miles from destination
Upscale hotel offering modern accomodations just 6 minutes from Nagoya Chubu Airport.
2001-1 Shiroshita, Sodai, Mino Gifu, Japan 501-3714
25.7 miles from destination
The base camp for local experiences and foods at Gifu Mino
200-1 Tsurugi, Yamato-cho, Gujo Gifu, Japan 501-4612
43.9 miles from destination


Located on Japan's main island, Nagoya is a centre for Samurai culture, manufacturing, and unique regional cuisine, and truly has something for everyone.

Near our Nagoya hotels, go bird-watching at Fujimae Tidal Flat, and observe killer whales and penguins at the Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium. You can warm up at the hot springs at Nagashima-onsen, and don't miss the Nagoya Agricultural Centre, famous for its array of organic foods and weeping plum trees. If you're travelling with kids bring the family on a visit to the Higashiyama Zoo & Botanical Gardens featuring exotic wildlife and beautiful vegetation.

Fans of Japanese history can explore Samurai culture at Nagoya Castle, and learn about local history at the Nagoya City Art Museum. Other top museums for the arts near our hotels include the Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Atsuta Shrine. There, you can marvel at the sacred sword believed to have been wielded by legendary hero Yamatotakeru-no-mikoto. And don't miss the exhibits at the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology for an educational experience of the automotive manufacturing progression.

Sample the local speciality of red miso in udon noodle miso soup, or try some miso-katsu, fried pork cutlets dipped in red miso sauce. After dinner, browse large department stores and underground shopping arcades in the bustling Sakae area, or spend some time perusing the hand-made goods at Takayama, only a short drive from our nearby Nagoya hotels.