Stayed at Kyoya ryokan with 2 other friends for 3 nights, in a Japanese-style room with futons. The room was large and could accommodate all our luggages. There was also an attached bathroom, and a hot spring bath (although you would have to walk out in the cold in winter for very short distance). We opted to have our dinner served by the ryokan on our 3rd night, it was certainly worth it. The manager personally served the dishes to us in the dining hall area, and we enjoyed some local food like Tebasaki (fried chicken) and Hitsumabushi (grilled eel in broth).
Although the location is quite far off Nagoya station (15 mins walk through underground shopping alleys and 5 mins in open air), the quiet surroundings of the neighbourhood and the availability of food options nearby (coffee houses, ramen, rice bowls) and the hot spring bath made this ryokan a good choice for young travellers like us.
Traveller from Singapore
Located in Nishi Ward, this ryokan is within 1 mi (2 km) of Shikemichi, Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and …More
The room was very small but clean and well appointed. Staff were courteous but spoke almost no English which made communication challenging. Overall, it is good value for the money but do not expect western style space and comfort.
Located in Nishi Ward, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Lucent Tower and Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and …More
We loved the location. It was one stop on the Shinkansen from Nagoya, and the train going that way was always pretty empty. It was a great way for us to decompress after dealing with all the crowds and hustle and bustle. Gifu is a small station with a great little restaurant and convenience store. We liked the fact that it was small and not so crowded. We were there for the F1 race, and it worked out well. The hotel itself was just so-so, but it was clean and the staff was great.
Traveller from St. Louis, MO
Situated in Hashima, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Snova Hashima and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Anpachihyakubaien …More