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Reviewed 27 March 2016

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.

Date of stay: February 2016
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Reviewed 26 February 2016

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 is more than willing to help and everybody knows Victoria Inn.

At arrival at Victoria Inn your first impression will most likely be "Hmmmmm, did I really book this", but rest assured, once inside you will be met by an overly friendly and competent staff who will jump through hoops to make your stay perfect.

Rooms are ok, actually big for this class of hotels in Japan and I would recommend it for a family stay in Nagasaki.

Please remember that in Japan you pay per person in the room so when you book the room please make sure that you enter the correct number of persons who will be staying in the room.

I stayed here a couple of times before I realized that you could get breakfast in the restaurant on the 2nd floor, the breakfast is mostly catering to Japanese guests but with the increasing number of foreign guests, they now also cater for foreigners.

Be prepared to use a credit card during check in or pay for the whole stay up front, this is SOP in Japan.

There is a number of things which you must see when staying in Nagasaki, The atomic bomb museum is absolutely the first thing to see, it made me very thoughtful and humble to actually stand at the very spot where the bomb exploded right above in 1945 !

Another site to pay a visit could be "Battleship Island" which is the location used in a scene in the James Bond movie Skyfall, be prepared to spend around ½-a-day for this tour.

Restaurants are many and goes from cheap to extravagant expensive, please realise that you pay for what you get and you get what you pay for, simple as that.

Nagasaki (and all of Japan for that matter) is very clean and tidy, dont get surprised if one morning you see a lot of office staff on suits and ties, picking up stuff and sweeping the pavement, this is only natural as everybody wants to have their "part of the street" look perfect.

If you loose something, just contact the police, chances are better than very good that someone handed your items into the lost and found department.

Ihope that this review helps you decide which hotel to stay at.

Date of stay: February 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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1  Thank Bo A
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Reviewed 15 February 2016 via mobile

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)

Date of stay: February 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Angelikanyway
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Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

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 our group to arrange the right rooms for all tour participants. Again another big stuff up. Did not manage to settle into my allocated room until after almost 1.5 hours arriving at the hotel.
Room had strong stench of cigarette smoe despite having requested for non smoking room.
Defintely hotel that i will not hesitate to shun away if given a choice.

Date of stay: December 2015
Trip type: Travelled on business
1  Thank J0seph70
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Reviewed 31 October 2015 via mobile

We stayed here for three nights on one of the upper levels. Overall we had a really good stay. Slept so well.
+ great staff, helped us to sort out a ferry booking to Hashima we stuffed up.
+ room was bigger than average for this price point,
+ easy to find and so close to supermarket and restaurants.
+ no issues with a/c or smoking cells as mentioned in other reviews. Rooms were clean and comfortable, nothing was worn out

Date of stay: October 2015
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank enchantedjockstrap
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