3 new accommodations in Nagoya, Japan

Where you can stay for your nature-filled itinerary for autumn in the city

Jakkoin Autumn Leaves Festival at Inuyama

Jakkoin Autumn Leaves Festival at Inuyama

Keep comfy in Nagoya for an experience of autumn in Japan:

Hotel Androoms Nagoya Sakae

Situated in the heart of the city’s bustling downtown, Hotel Androoms (opened in June 2018) offers budget-friendly rooms that boast stylish and minimalist designs. Most notably, visitors can use an open-air bath modeled after the many natural hot springs found in the country. Hotel Androoms Nagoya Sakae, 3-6-8 Marunouchi, Naka Ward; hotel-androoms.com

Legoland Hotel

Japan’s Legoland, a theme park devoted to the famous Denmark-born building blocks, opened up in 2017. But it wasn’t until earlier this year that a hotel themed after the toys opened for business. The Legoland Hotel sits minutes away from the main park and offers themed rooms revolving around pirates and ninjas. Legoland Hotel,2-7-1 Kinjofuto, Minato Ward; legoland.jp

Daiwa Royal Hotel D-City

This new arrival (opened in August 2018) aims to bring New York City style to Japan’s heartland. Daiwa Royal Hotel D-City’s common and private spaces reflect an easy-on-the-eyes white and aquamarine palette, ensuring that guests get to soothe the senses. There is also a women-only floor at the very top. Daiwa Royal Hotel D-City,1-2-27 Sakae, Naka Ward; daiwaroyalhotel.jp/nayabashi

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This article first appeared in the November 2018 issue of Smile magazine.

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