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With beautiful views to the harbor and the surrounded spaces, the hotel ANA Gloverhill in Nagasaki welcomes his guests. Each one of the 217 rooms is elegant decorated and spaciously, constitute an escape for the busy traveler, far from the tiredness of the day. Hotel ANA Nagasaki Gloverhill distances 70 minutes from the airport of Nagasaki and hardly 7 minutes from the central station JR Nagasaki. It is located in the centre of the city and allocates three restaurants.


Holiday Inn Nagasaki is conveniently located in the central city of Nagasaki.
The hotel is a perfect base for business and within easy reach of many of Nagasaki's tourist attractions. Daza and Shian-bashi, the heart of Nagasai's famouse shopping, restaurant and nightlife, is just out side of your door step.
Nagasaki is a city with a beautiful evening view, blessed with coexistence of various cultures.
Holiday inn Nagasaki offers 87 spacious and fully equipped rooms.


With views, location and value-for-money, this hotel near the harbor offers an affordable way to explore Nagasaki. With the Shimin Byoin Mae tram stop a minute away on foot, the New Tanda is in an accessible spot –guests happy to walk a few minutes more will even find a direct tram line to JR Nagasaki train station. Located near the bottom of Hollander Slope, the New Tanda is also within ambling distance of Glover Hill and Oura Catholic Church. For Ramen and Pocari Sweat, a supermarket can be found within walking distance, while Chinatown and the shopping precinct are also well within distance. A distinctive 1970’s red brick building, the New Tanda cuts a brilliant figure against Nagasaki’s blue skies, and the bay views from its rooms aren’t bad either.


The hotel Sunroute Nagasaki offers affordable business accommodation in a convenient downtown position. The hotel’s central position is an advantage to those wanting to sight-see – it is a five-minute walk to the tram stop and well within walking distance of the main shopping strip. While Sunroute caters to the salary man’s needs, this hotel offers more of the comforts expected by leisure travelers – a tour desk, cozy rooms and proximity to Nagasaki Port included. While legions of food joints can be found close by, the onsite restaurant is a good source of ambience and traditional Kushiage (deep-fried meat) skewers.
The hotel s customers discover elegant rooms fully equipped with all modern amenities.