Meitetsu Grand Hotel

1-2-4 Meitetsu, Meieki 1-chome, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, 450-0002, Japan
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Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 18, 2008

Like most big Japanese cities, Nagoya has a range of sleeping options from traditional inns to flashy, world-class hotels. Most accommodation is clustered around the Nagoya Station area (known as Meieki) and the Sakae and Fushimi districts on the east side of the city centre. Ryokan (traditional inns) tend to be just south of the city centre.

Meitetsu Grand Hotel Nagoya
Rating:***(3-Star Hotel)
Number of rooms: 242
Address: 1-2-4meieki, nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-0002, Nagoya, Japan

The Meitetsu Grand Hotel is uniquely located directly above a huge shopping complex. The hotel is perfectly situated for visitors in search of incredible shopping. With 10 floors of shops and high fashion stores within close proximity guests will find everything they need. Visitors that have more then shopping on their mind will find the accessibility of the JR Nagoya station quite convenient, located next to the hotel it allows guests to move about the city and enjoy the sites. The rooms at the Meitetsu Grand Hotel are immaculately clean and extremely tranquil; they come fully equipped with all the modern amenities required. There are scrumptious restaurants in the hotel that have a wide variety of Japanese, European and Chinese cuisine. The staff at the hotel speaks wonderful English and is more then happy to assist with any enquiries. Reservations at Meitetsu Grand Hotel Nagoya are simple via rsecure online booking form. Just enter your desired dates and submit.

Enjoy your stay!!!

Unique Quality: It has almost complete amenities and very near the nagoya station where you can go to any nagoya streets and places to visit.

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the best at a lowest

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 18, 2008

Like most big Japanese cities, Nagoya has a range of sleeping options from traditional inns to flashy, world-class hotels. Most accommodation is clustered around the Nagoya Station area (known as Meieki) and the Sakae and Fushimi districts on the east side of the city centre. Ryokan (traditional inns) tend to be just south of the city centre.

Meitetsu Grand Hotel Nagoya
Rating:***(3-Star Hotel)
Number of rooms: 242
Address: 1-2-4meieki, nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-0002, Nagoya, Japan

The Meitetsu Grand Hotel is uniquely located directly above a huge shopping complex. The hotel is perfectly situated for visitors in search of incredible shopping. With 10 floors of shops and high fashion stores within close proximity guests will find everything they need. Visitors that have more then shopping on their mind will find the accessibility of the JR Nagoya station quite convenient, located next to the hotel it allows guests to move about the city and enjoy the sites. The rooms at the Meitetsu Grand Hotel are immaculately clean and extremely tranquil; they come fully equipped with all the modern amenities required. There are scrumptious restaurants in the hotel that have a wide variety of Japanese, European and Chinese cuisine. The staff at the hotel speaks wonderful English and is more then happy to assist with any enquiries. Reservations at Meitetsu Grand Hotel Nagoya are simple via rsecure online booking form. Just enter your desired dates and submit.

Enjoy your stay!!!

Unique Quality: It has almost complete amenities and very near the nagoya station where you can go to any nagoya streets and places to visit.

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