I enjoyed my stay at this hotel. It is average in terms of room but what made me rate is the friendliness of staff and the convenience of location. I literally just used this room to just sleep. Staff are really helpful and friendly. They speak and understand English. They…
Excellent location, walking distance to Chinatown, restaurants, entertainment, etc. Slightly dated but very clean rooms. Healthy and delicious breakfast with lots of variety, a cut above the typical business hotel menu.
I stayed here a couple of times over the last year and this review is not based on a single stay. Arriving in Nagasaki is easy, either by flying direct to Nagasaki airport or getting there by bus or train. Even if few taxidrivers speak little bordering to no english everybody…
The hotel is near the China town and supermarket, so it's quite convenient. There is smoking smell in the room. My sister said the toilet is small and she felt uncomfortable when sitting on it.(Though I think it's okay)
Hotel staff refused to allow the tour bus to drop the luggage for all passengers in front of the hotel and this almost caused our driver and their manager to come to blows. Hotel staff were confused and they had pre planned room allocations on our behalf despite having given…
"The first room I checked into (#714) was noisy due to an A/C unit outside. Even with the window closed it would have affected a good night's sleep. I requested a change (which was promptly and pleasantly done to room #711). As such try and avoid room numbers ending in ~13/14/15 as they too will all be subject to the A/C's noise."
"if you want to pay a little extra, get on the 10th floor, for business travelers this is usually falls within the per diem rates for this area."
"It may be that rooms nearer the top of the hotel have better views than the lower stories...?"
"Try to find out if they have renovated rooms and/or rooms that do not have a window opposite a brick wall."
"Twin rooms are usually larger"