4 Star Hotels in Nagoya

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Four Star Nagoya hotels

Most popular areas in Nagoya for 4-star hotels

Most of Nagoya’s 4-star hotels are concentrated in the city center, which is about a 50-minute train ride from the Chubu Centrair International Airport, or a 40-minute journey by car. You’ll find a good selection of 4-star accommodation clustered around Nagoya’s main railway station and in the adjacent central district of Sakae. You’ll find 4-star hotels in the city center that are aimed at both families and business travelers. There are also some hotel choices a little to the north of the city center around Nagoya Castle.

Top 4-star hotels in Nagoya

The ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Grand Court is conveniently located near Kanayama Station, which has subway links to destinations throughout the city. The hotel’s Star Gate Restaurant is on the 30th floor and offers French fusion cuisine. The Westin Nagoya Castle on the other hand is set right next to the Nagoya Castle complex and offers easy access to the city center. The 195 impressive rooms have stylish furnishings and the hotel also boasts a fitness center with a pool. Finally, the Nagoya Kanko Hotel is in the city center and some of the top amenities there include a gym and free WiFi.

Where to find the best restaurants in Nagoya

Most of Nagoya’s best restaurants are found in the city center. Nagoya has its own distinctive cuisine, with 1 essential ingredient used in many recipes, akisomo, fermented bean paste with a distinctive flavor. You’ll find some excellent sushi and sashimi restaurants with skilled chefs using the freshest of fish. Specialty steak restaurants serving the famous Wagyu beef are a popular dining option in the city center too, and you’ll also find many restaurants that serve crab cooked in a variety of ways.

The most popular things to do in Nagoya

If you want to learn about Japanese art, culture, and history, then a visit to the Tokugawa Art Museum beckons. Set among traditional Japanese gardens, the museum includes elaborate Japanese suits of armor and weaponry, exquisite ceramics, and lavish silk costumes. There’s also an outstanding collection of Japanese painting and illustration. If you’d like a birds-eye view of the Nagoya cityscape, and you have a good head for heights, make your way to the Nagoya TV Tower in the Sakae District. There, you can ascend to the 295-foot-high viewing tower for some spectacular city views. The Shirotori Garden is a traditional Japanese garden with babbling brooks, streams, and waterfalls. The gardens include the pretty Seiu-tei tea rooms where you can sip Japanese green tea. If you visit in spring, you’ll see a stunning display of cotton-candy pink cherry blossoms.

Best ways to get around Nagoya

Nagoya has an extensive network of bus services to get you around town. There’s also a sophisticated subway system with 6 lines, which will get you to most destinations in the city. You can buy 1-day passes, which are good for both bus and subway travels. These are available from ticket machines where the screens have an option to make your purchase in English, and signage throughout the subway system is in both Japanese and English. Taxis are also widely available in the city, and your hotel can help you to order one.
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