Travelodge Nagoya Sakae is excellent at all the essentials. You’ll never lose touch with the world when we’ve got high-speed WiFi and 24/7 support to help you navigate your way in this exciting city.

Nestled in the heart of downtown retail and entertainment district packed with boutiques and modern malls, the hotel is surrounded by a wide variety of noodle bars, neon-lit high-rise building and entertainment options. We’re a doorstep away from Sakae Station, which provides easy access to Nagoya Station and Chubu Centrair International Airport for both domestic and international travellers. 

The design concept of guestrooms is simple modern yet relaxing to provide you with a restful night’s sleep to get you ready for a day of exploration in Nagoya. Each room is also equipped with a working desk and seamless connectivity to ensure a fuss-free stay for business travellers. 

Our “Social” serves a daily buffet breakfast with a variety of dishes. During the day, the area transforms into a coworking or networking space with varied seating plans and adequate plug-ins and power outlets accessible to public and staying guests. The hotel is also equipped with a co-living pantry space, self-service laundromat and modern in-house gym to make our guests and long-stayers feel just like their home.

Whether you’re here for work, play or long stay, don’t stress it – Travelodge Nagoya Sakae has got you essentially covered.

Facilities

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Comfy rooms with our signature beds

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Self-service laundromat

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Modern in-house fitness centre

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High-speed WiFi and LCD TV

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Co-working space for individual work & group meetings

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24-hour reception

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Convenience store nearby

From Chubu Centrair International Airport

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Taxi

Take a taxi from the available taxi stand in respective arrival terminals. The journey will take a distance of 50 km, or approximately 50 minutes.

MTR

Airport Train

Take the Musky Meitetsu Nagoya of Meitetsu Limited Express to Meitetsu Nagoya Station. Switch to Nagoya Station and board Local Fujigaoka of Higashiyama Line and alight at Fushimi Station. A 7-minute stroll will bring you to our hotel. The journey will take approximately 45 minutes.

Getting around the city

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Key in <3-1-22 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 460-0003, Japan>, Travelodge Nagoya Sakae

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Bus

Hisayaodori Station, Fushimi Station, Sakae Station and Marunouchi Station.

Group Attendee / IATA
Travelodge Nagoya Sakae - Standard Single Room
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Standard Single

Specially designed as a home away from home for solo travellers.
1 Single
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Travelodge Nagoya Sakae- Standard Double Room
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Standard Double

Perfect for business travellers in town for a few days.
1 Queen
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14
Travelodge Nagoya Sakae - Superior Queen Room 1
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Superior Queen

Designed for comfort and convenience with a sense of at-home living.
1 Queen
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17
Travelodge Nagoya Sakae - Superior Twin Room
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Superior Twin

Designed for comfort and convenience with a sense of at-home living.
2 Single
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17
Travelodge Nagoya Sakae - Friends & Family Triple Room
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Friends & Family Triple

Retreat into a spacious room with more comfort and activities for everyone.
1 Single and 1 Double
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Travelodge Nagoya Sakae- Standard Double Room
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Disabled Room

Thoughtfully appointed with all the necessary amenities, facilities and space.
1 Queen
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Nagoya Castle

Nagoya Castle was first built at the beginning of the Edo period by the Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. It was one of the largest castles in the country, and the castle town grew to become the fourth-largest city in Japan. The castle has an iconic design: the pair of golden fish-like shachihoko statues on the castle's rooftop. Although the castle was destroyed during World War II, continuous reconstruction and restoration are carried out to return it to its original condition using traditional construction materials and techniques. The castle is also the first in Japan to be designated a National Treasure and is still considered a National Historic site even after its destruction. The palace is regarded as one of the finest examples of Japanese Shoin architecture across Japan.

Tips: The park surrounding the castle is exceptionally popular during the cherry blossom period as a hanami spot to gather with loved ones.

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 1,7 km, or a 20-minute walk

Subway Meijo-Line: Shiyakusho Station→Nagoya Castle Station

Address: 1-1 Honmaru, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 460-0031, Japan

Phone: +81522311700
Website: https://www.nagoyajo.city.nagoya.jp/
Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Legoland

Opened in April 2017, LEGOLAND Japan is an outdoor theme park for kids aged two to twelve to enjoy a day of fun with their families. There are around 17 million LEGO blocks and 10,000 LEGO models in the theme park, with interactive attractions around the world. The park has over 40 rides, attractions, and shows in eight different areas, with many rides that small children can enjoy. It'sIt's a place where families can have a truly wonderful day out together. The park is also home to SEA LIFE Nagoya, an aquarium where you can see, touch, and learn about the many surprises of the ocean world. The theme park is truly an imagination that comes to life for many LEGO lovers out there!

Tips: Make sure to buy your tickets in advance and buy some snacks to munch on.

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 25 km, or a 30-minute drive

Railways (Aonami-Line): Kinjo Futo Station

Address: LEGOLAND Japan Limited, 2-2-1 Kinjoufutou, Minato-ku Nagoya-shi, Aichi 455-8605, Japan

Phone: +81570058605
Website: http://www.legoland.jp/
Opening hours: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tokugawa Art Museums

The Tokugawa Art Museum was founded in 1935 and houses over 10,000 artifacts, with the legacies of Ieyasu Tokugawa comprising the core daimyō family treasures collected and inherited by many generations of the Lords of Owari, starting with Ieyasu's ninth son, Yoshinao Tokugawa. The collection includes 9 National Treasures, including the Tale of Genji Illustrated Scrolls (Japan's oldest dynastic novel created at the end of the 10th century by Murasaki Shikibu), and 59 items designated as Important Cultural Properties in Japan. You will find many Japanese swords, armors, kimonos, tea utensils, and other properties with which you are not allowed to take photographs. Right next to the museum is Tokugawa-en, a beautiful, historical Japanese landscape garden with a large pond at the centre of it. The garden was destroyed during the war and was only restored and reopened in 2004.

Tips: The best time to visit the garden is during spring, when the peony and iris gardens are in full bloom, which is around mid to late April and late May to early June, respectively

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 4 km, or a 15-minute drive

Railways (JR Chuo-Line): Ozone Station

Address: 1017 Tokugawacho, Higashi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 461-0023, Japan

Phone: +81529356262
Website: https://www.tokugawa-art-museum.jp/ 
Opening hours: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Closed on Monday)

Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology displays the history and future of the company that helped shape Japan, Toyota Group. Although it first started its journey as a textile manufacturer, the group has successfully become one of the leading automobile technologies in the world. Children will particularly enjoy Technoland, which showcases various educational experiences through interactive tools, displays, and devices. At the same time, adult technology enthusiasts will enjoy interactive demonstrations on how the steering and suspension work and so on!

Tips: Other than the museum, there are also restaurants, a library, shops, and workshops for you to explore!

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 3,5 km, or a 15-minute drive

Railways (Meitetsu-Line): Sako Station

Address: 4 Chome-1-35 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 451-0051, Japan

Phone: +81525516115
Website: http://www.tcmit.org/
Opening hours: 09:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Closed on Monday)

Nagoya City Science Museum

The largest planetarium in the whole world, Nagoya City Science Museum is home to three main sections on modern technology, life sciences, and general science with a variety of hands-on permanent and temporary exhibitions. Even from afar, the building is easily identifiable with its gigantic silver spherical dome exterior with a diameter of 35 metres. The facility uses eco-friendly photovoltaics to generate power, with an earthquake-proof structure to ensure safety. Some of the main key attractions not to be missed in the building are the highly realistic starry night sky on the screen, –the 30 degrees celsius room where you can experience the aurora borealis, and a nine-metre tall artificial tornado.

Tips: The planetarium is closed every Monday and Friday of each month.

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 750 m, or a 10-minute walk

Subway (Higashiyama-Line): Fushimi Station

Address: 17-1, Sakae 2-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0008, Japan

Phone: +81522014486
Website: http://www.ncsm.city.nagoya.jp/
Opening hours: 09:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Closed on Monday)

GOOD EATS

Miso Katsu Yabaton Centirise Sakae

First established in 1949, Misokatsu Yabaton became an instant hit with the locals and remains popular today. Unlike most tonkatsu or deep-fried breaded pork cutlet, the restaurant serves the tonkatsu with a thick sauce made of hatcho miso or red miso. Although hatcho miso is one of the most popular type of miso, it is not the most widely produced. The miso sauce used has been fermented for 1,5 years in barrels covered with large stones, a traditional fermentation process that produces a sweet fragrant miso. In addition, the restaurant makes its cutlets with Kurobuta pork, a breed of black pig from Kagoshima prefecture. These pigs have been reared in Kagoshima for over 400 years and fed a diet mainly of sweet potatoes. With a juicy and flavourful taste, they are known to be the “Kobe beef of pork”.

Must order:
– Teppan tonkatsu
– Hire tonkatsu

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 650 m, or a 9-minute walk
Subway: Sakaemachi Station
Address: Centirise Sakae, 3 Chome-3-21 Sakae, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 460-0008, Japan
Phone: +815054945370

Website: https://nb0c102.gorp.jp/
Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and 05:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (Weekday) and 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (Weekend)

Atsuta Horaiken

One of the best regional dishes in Nagoya, hitsumabushi is a grilled unagi (freshwater eel) served over a bed of warm rice. The Aichi prefecture specialty is prepared in the Nagoya style of cooking eel by slitting the eel open along the belly and grilling it whole without steaming. It is also sliced in narrower strips in comparison to most eel preparation. Atsuta Houraiten was actually the first restaurant to serve the dish when it first opened in 1973, and the term “Hitsumabushi” is even a registered trademark under Atsuta Houraiten.

Must order:
– Hitsumabushi
– Ichican hitsumabushi

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Nagoya Sakae: 6,7 km, or a 20-minute drive

Subway: Temmacho Station
Address: 503 Godocho, Atsuta Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 456-0043, Japan
Phone: +81526718686
Website: http://www.houraiken.com/honten/
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and 04:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Closed on Wednesday and Thursday)

Lin Heung

Lin Heung Tea House has been serving traditional dim sum for nine decades. A favourite among locals and tourists alike, it is one of a few dim sum places that continues to serve dim sum on traditional trolleys. Whether you come early or late, the place is always packed and sharing a table has become a norm in the restaurant. Once the dim sum ladies arrive in your table, it is a matter of the fastest runner and fastest hands to get their wish list. So yes, do come all prepared!

Must order: Lotus Seed Paste Bun Steamed Chicken Bun Cheong Fun

How to get there Walk from TLCH: 750 m or 10-minute walk
Train: Sheung Wan
Bus: Wellington Street; Queen’s Road Central

Address: 160號 Wellington St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Phone: +85225444556
Opening hours: 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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