Nikko Style Nagoya

Open August.7.2020

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concept

Defining Nikko Style Nagoya

At Nikko Style Nagoya , we propose a hotel like never before.
A place for new discoveries, and for visitors to experience culture.
While upholding the high standards in hospitality of Nikko Hotels International, Nikko Style Nagoya will spark new chemistry, turning into a hub where people connect with one another, and cultures intersect ...

style

style of culture
style of wellbeing
style of community

Experience A New Style

A wide array of experiences will brighten and color the hotel. As people take in the beautiful colors, those experiences 
stimulate their curiosity and open up their hearts
We propose a new paradigm in which new elements are brought in while still cherishing the old.
Nikko Style Nagoya is a hotel that will continue to evolve with their guests as their lifestyle, needs, and wants evolve.

about hotel

Lobby

A new community where travelers
and locals connect

The lobby of the Nikko Style Nagoya is not just a waiting area but a place that is open to the local community as a gathering place.
As the first hotel in Nagoya with a DJ booth and event space, we will invigorate the city of Nagoya with music, arts, and the local culture.
This lobby is, in fact, at the core of the identity of our hotel.

Restaurant

The philosophy of wellbeing
in our food selection

By focusing on the ingredients from the three prefectures of the Tokai area as the theme, Nikko Style Nagoya "connects" the customers to the chefs and source.
Our chefs, as they honor and respect the Farmers, prepare unique dishes with the best ingredients.
While delicate and contemporary, yet familiar, the creative cuisine is sure to bring family and friends together, bringing them closer.
The dining area is a comfortable setting, but also offers semi-private dining for more formal dinners and meetings, catering to one or two guests as well as groups.

Rooms

The craftsmanship of Nagoya shine
as interior accents

“Setomono,” which is interchangeable with the word for ceramics in Japanese, has long been a specialty of Owari (modern day Nagoya) since ancient times; it is a craft that symbolizes the craftsmanship of Owari culture. This cultural Nagoya craftsmanship is reflected in the interior design: the room signs made of Setomono ceramics; and the carpet in the corridors accented with Arimatsu Shibori (traditional tie-dyeing technique) patterns.

Our wish is for our guests to rest in the guestrooms, which are enveloped with Japanese hospitality, making it the perfect place for unwinding. Meditating on the philosophies of wellbeing, we aim for our guestrooms to be a place of relaxation where you can escape from the everyday grind.

Location

Located approximately 10 minutes from Nagoya Station.
Walk along Nishiki-Dori towards Fushimi Station (on the municipal subway),
and you will see Nikko Style Nagoya before you reach Horikawa.

The hotel is situated in a business district with head offices and Tokai branches of major companies. A convenient location, with convenience stores and post offices nearby. Despite being in the middle of a bustling city, the surrounding areas are relatively quiet, with temples, shrines, and the Shimozono Park – we encourage our guests to explore the area on foot as well as going for bike rides.

Located approximately 10 minutes from Nagoya Station. Walk along Nishiki-Dori towards Fushimi Station (on the municipal subway), and you will see

Nikko Style Nagoya before you reach Horikawa.

The hotel is situated in a business district with head offices and Tokai branches of major companies. A convenient location, with convenience stores and post offices nearby. Despite being in the middle of a bustling city, the surrounding areas are relatively quiet, with temples, shrines, and the Shimozono Park – we encourage our guests to explore the area on foot as well as going for bike rides.

about Nagoya

Nagoya flourished as a castle town as well as a merchant town in Owari Province, one of the three clans in the Tokugawa family.
With its rich history and traditional crafts, Nagoya has actively promoted the performing arts since the Edo period (1603 – 1868). It is also known as the "geidokoro (center of the arts)."
Attracted to its long history and traditions, people from all over Japan and the world come to Nagoya to experience the unique culture of Nagoya.

Nagoya has also been a crossroad where people and culture meet, being where the Tokaido Road first met, connecting Eastern and Western Japan centuries ago. Today, the city has been designated as a UNESCO Creative City in the field of design, and our wish is for NIKKO STYLE to continue to be a crossroads where things meet; a place where tradition meets innovation, and the local culture meets the world.

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information

Floor GuideHotel lobby: 1F   Guest rooms: 14th floor
Number of guestrooms191
Check-in/Check-outCheck-in 3 pm, Check-out 11 am
Dining1F, open 6.30 am, seats: 97
Other facilitiesCommunal lobby, All-day dining, Fitness gym
Address5-20-13 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
TEL81-52-211-8050

One Harmony

One Harmony is a membership program that offers benefits at hotels belonging to Okura Hotels & Resorts, Nikko Hotels International and Hotel JAL City, including Nikko Style Nagoya. There is no enrollment or annual free. Many benefits and privileges are available immediately on the day that you enroll.