Hilton Nagoya

Nagoya Hotel
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ChainHilton
Brand
Hilton Hotels
Built1989
Renovated2014
Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms460
3-3, Sakae 1-chome, Naka-ku
Nagoya 460-0008

Hilton Nagoya

Nagoya Hotel
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Ratings

AAA
4
Northstar
4

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access

Facilities

  • Onsite Restaurant

Services

  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Whirlpool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms18
Largest Room971 sq. m
Second Largest Room525 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms460
Doubles (2 Beds)192
Suites15
Tax Rate8%

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Local Attractions

Nagoya City Science Museum

Museum
5 minutes away
The Nagoya City Science Museum has many highlights such as an external appearance of landmark design featuring the spherical shape of the world's biggest planetarium with a diameter of 35 meters, a highly realistic starry sky that shown on the planetarium's screen, a -30 degree oC room where you can see aurora images, and a large screen on which you can experience an artificial tornado 8 meters in height.
2-17-1, Sakae, Naka-ku
Nagoya, JP 460-0008

Kyoto

Historical Landmark
110 km away
The heart of Japan and a city with over a millennium of history. The best way to discover the “real Japan” is to include Kyoto on your itinerary. The tea ceremony, flower arrangement, kimonos, and Maiko ? can all be found in the cultural center of Kyoto. And, in the midst of this ancient culture is a thriving city, home to cutting edge industries and upscale shopping. Come experience the hospitality, mystique, culture, bustle, and serenity that make Kyoto Japan’s foremost travel destination.
Kyoto, JP

Nagoya Castle

Historical Landmark
2 km away
Nagoya Castle was constructed on the orders of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in order to secure an important position on the Tokaido highway and to ward off attacks from the direction of Osaka. Construction was completed in 1612, and the castle is typical of those built on flatlands. Until the Meiji Restoration, Nagoya Castle flourished as the castle in which the Owari lineage of the Tokugawa family, the foremost of the family’s three lineages, resided.
1-1 Honmaru, Naka-ku
Nagoya, JP 460-0031

The Grand Shrine of Ise

Historical Landmark
80 km away
Jingu is composed of the Naiku where Amaterasu Omikami, the ancestral kami of the Imperial Family, is worshiped, and Geku where Toyouke Omikami, the kami of agriculture and industry, is worshiped. Naiku is the alternative name for Kotaijingu, the sanctuary that is located in the southern part of Ise city, Mie, and was founded about 2000 years ago. Geku is the alternative name for Toyoukedaijingu. This sanctuary is located in the center of Ise city, Mie, and was founded about 1500 years ago.
1 Ujitachi-cho
Ise, JP 516-0023

SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

Museum
15 km away
This museum introduces the “advances in high speed railway” through rolling stock displays, which include the next-generation Superconducting Maglev, as well as the history of railway, among other features. This park offers a place to learn about how railway has impacted our society, economy, culture and lifestyle. People of all generations can enjoy learning about railway through the numerous models and simulators.
3-2-2, Kinjofuto, Minato-ku
Nagoya, JP 455-0848

Toyota Automobile Museum

Museum
16 km away
In the main building of the museum, which was opened in April of 1989, about120 automobiles, mainly involving the history of practical cars from the end of the 19th century when the first gasoline powered car was born to the present, are on exhibit. The annex building, which was opened in April of 1999 to commemorate the10th anniversary of the Toyota Automobile Museum, exhibits the history of motorization of Japan elaborating on the influence of the automobile on our lives and culture.
Nagakute-cho
Aichi Prefecture, JP 480-1131

Hida-Takayama

Historical Landmark
110 km away
Hida-Takayama has preserved the feeling of a castle town, with the latticed bay windows and linked eaves of merchants' houses, the enduring historical temples and shrines of Higashiyama, and the reproduction of Hida's traditional mountain farming villages of sloped-roof houses at Hida Folk Village. Ornate floats crafted by Hida artisans are pulled around. You can certainly savor the arts and culture of traditional craftsmen while enjoying the feel of the ancient city.
Takayama, JP

Distance from Airport

  • 40 km from Venue

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Just 5 minutes from Nagoya's main station in the heart of the business, shopping and entertainment area in Nagoya, the Hilton Nagoya is the city's only international full service hotel providing world class accommodation, banquet and restaurant facilities in the city center. 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. Guest rooms feature modern interiors, all contemporary comforts with dynamic city view including the most refreshing, restful bed, LCD TV with entertainment channels and high speed internet access. A full range of branded quality amenities, as well as comfortable bathrobes, Japanesse Yukata and slippers are offered in all guest rooms. The hotel offers 16 banquet rooms, with wireless internet access. Swim in the 49-foot indoor pool or work out in the 24/7 gym and relax in the sauna. Choose from 6 restaurants and bars at this Nagoya hotel and do business in the Executive Lounge or one of 16 banquet rooms for 10 -1200. Nagoya, Japan's one of the largest city makes a great base for exploring central Japan, beginning 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.

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Nominated as: Japan's Leading Hotel 2010 Staffs that could correspond to several languages

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