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Nagoya Luxury Hotels

Best areas in Nagoya for luxury hotels

You’ll find that most of Nagoya’s luxury hotels are located in the center of the city, some of them near the main railway station, which is about a 50-minute journey from Chubu Centrair International Airport by either train or taxi. With its multitude of upmarket restaurants and luxury retail outlets, the center of the city is a great place to stay. You’ll also find some luxury hotels in the northern part of the city center, around the site of historic Nagoya Castle.

Top luxury hotels in Nagoya

The exclusive ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Grand Court features an exquisite restaurant, the Star Gate, which has a stunning location on the hotel’s 30th floor and serves sophisticated French fusion cuisine. The Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel however is conveniently located adjacent to Nagoya’s main railway station and features elegant interiors. With no less than 9 restaurants, and stylish furnishings room furnishings, it’s a clear winner for those seeking some luxury. Another extravagant option is the Westin Nagoya Castle which is adjacent to the Nagoya Castle and houses leisure amenities such as a fitness center and an indoor pool. The hotel also has 4 restaurants with cuisines on offer including Japanese and Chinese.

Where to find the best fine dining in Nagoya

Nagoya’s best fine dining restaurants are to be found in the center of the city. Specialty steak houses serve superb cuts of Wagya beef, regarded by many as the best in the world. You’ll find restaurants that serve some excellent seafood too, with some of Japan’s top sushi restaurants in the city. In the JR Takashimaya Department Store building, just by the main railway station, 2 floors are dedicated to sophisticated gourmet restaurants. It’s also worth noting that some of Nagoya’s luxury hotels feature top-class fine dining.

The most unique things to do in Nagoya

If you love to see the city you’re visiting from above, take a trip to the Nagoya TV Tower, set in Hisaya Odori Park. The tower soars 590 feet into the sky, and you can take the high-speed lift to the viewing platform, which is set at an impressive height of 295 feet, offering panoramic views across the surrounding cityscape far below. Another building worth adding to the sightseeing list is the Midland Square in Nagoya’s Downtown. 47-storeys high, and the tallest in the city, this building houses the headquarters of the Toyota Corporation, but it also has an excellent selection of upmarket boutiques as well as some fine gourmet restaurants. You can also see some of the best of historic Japanese heritage and art with a visit to the Tokugawa Art Museum. Surrounded by charming formal gardens, the museum’s collections encompass elaborate silk costumes, intricate suits of armor, and beautiful paintings.

Best ways to get around Nagoya

Nagoya has a fast and efficient subway system which has 6 lines and reaches pretty much all parts of the city that you’re likely to visit. If you plan to use the subway, it’s a good idea to buy a day pass which can be obtained from the automatic ticket machines in the subway. Taxis are another option and widely available in the city. Your hotel is likely to be more than happy to book one for you. For something a bit more upmarket, you can also hire limousines with drivers to cruise around the city in complete comfort.