Excellent facility and staff, good location
The personnel were very helpful and also went out of their way to make everything right. The rooms were very clean and comfortable, and the junior suites are quite large by Japanese hotel standards, and well appointed. Efficient A/C with room controls is welcomed in the Japanese humid summers, and included breakfast is varied and high quality along with the serving staff.
I ONLY have two slight negatives. One is that the location isn't ideal for those using public transport. If one is hauling a couple suitcases, it's probably too far from the main train station to walk, and riding the subway one stop goes a bit too far and requires a few blocks walk back--the closest exit from the closest subway station is the farthest from the platform and requires climbing the stairs. The second slight negative is the price, it's a little high but then if you appreciate the service, cleanliness and size of the rooms, it's not bad.
Free shuttle service from train station to hotel
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Centrally located in Nagoya’s Fushimi area, just 5 minutes from Nagoya's main station, Hilton Nagoya offers convenient access to the city's transport, entertainment and business hubs. Exploring the city and local attractions is easy with a complimentary shuttle service to Nagoya station. Stay in a Deluxe Room for city views or choose an Executive Room for Executive Lounge access at Hilton Nagoya. Choose from five restaurants and bars and unwind in the Executive Lounge. Do business in one of 16 banquet rooms for up to 1200 delegates, all with WiFi. Swim in the 49-foot indoor swimming pool, work out in the gym and relax in the sauna and whirlpool. Browse designer boutiques at the Hilton Plaza and indulge in a Shiatsu treatment in the massage room or enjoy a game of tennis at this central Nagoya hotel. The hotel is close to the world’s largest planetarium of Nagoya City Science Museum and provides a complimentary shuttle service to nearby attractions such as Nagoya Castle and Nagoya station. Nagoya, one of Japan’s largest cities, makes a great base for exploring central Japan. Begin with the highlights of Nagoya's cultural and industrial heritage, excellent shopping and entertainment, as well as exploring the Ise Grand Shrine, the World Heritage sites of Shirakawa-go.