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Hotel JAL City Nagasaki
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Reviewed 14 May 2013

The staff were friendly and efficient. Our room was clean and had space enough to have a small sofa which we appreciated after the last few hotel rooms. The hotel had very limited guest facilities, there was no WiFi at all, no laundry, the restaurant was closed the three nights we were there and the Western/Japanese breakfast buffet was the worst we had in our three weeks in Japan. We would not stay here again.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Linda H
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Reviewed 26 November 2012

I've see the comments from other reviewers. Yes, it's small. Yes, it's somewhat dated. But it's Japan, so small should be expected, and there's also a charm to it. The breakfast (included as part of the package) was one of the better I've had in all my hotel stays in Japan. The location was pretty good, but it's a surprisingly big city to just walk around, but you will find shopping options within immediate walking distance of the hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank Padraic M
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Reviewed 28 October 2010

Stayed here a few days ago and wish we had passed. The room was the size of a dime, AND WE UPGRADED! Wife's first impression when she entered the musty/mildewey (is that a word?) bathroom was "OMG!" It was rather pungent. There was quite a bit of mold going on there.

Could hear every noise from the hall and next door neighbors so that was troubling.

On the plus side, the hotel is in a great location and the staff were kind and courteous.

Have we stayed in worse? UBETCHA! Would we return to the Hotel JAL Nagasaki? NOT ON YOUR LIFE! We should have left upon checkin but did not want to spend our vacation looking for places to stay, so we grinned and bared it. We have paid far less and stayed in places FAR better in Japan.

Just my humble opinion mindya!

Dave

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 November 2009

Nagasaki JAL City

We went to Nagasaki after that but stayed in JAL City hotel because ANA was too out of the way given what we planned to do. JAL City was located in China town and was very convenient. It was about 5 min walk to the tram station which was opposite Daimaru and a covered arcade. There are many food outlets and interesting shops in the arcade.

The price of JAL City hotel was less than ANA's. The beds and the room were as big as the ones in ANA and were comfortable. There is no breakfast option.

We went on the ropeway to check out the night views from the mountain. We met someone on the "street car" (actually a tram) who was very friendly and helpful. It was about 7pm that night and this person hopped of the tram with us, got us on a bus and brought us all the way to the foot of the mountain. On the way back, again we met another japanese couple who was touring nagasaki and who showed us the way to get back to the tram station near our hotel. I believe that without their help, it's actually not so easy to get to the mountain.

The Atomic Bomb museum is definitely worth a visit. The harbour is also very pretty.

We got off at the wrong tram station (Shin bashi) and stumbled into a food street. We came across a crowded family restaurant serving Champon noodles which my husband was keen to try. This restaurant was run by an old lady possibly with her son and daughter in law. my son loved the "cha han" (fried rice) probably because of the msg. i thought it was too salty. the Champon noodles was not bad. we went back another time for the curry champon noodles which i thought tasted odd but my husband loved it. i love the Japanese version of Yong Tau Foo and had them on both occasions. The restaurants appeared to have received many celebrity quests from the look of the photos and reviews pasted on the walls.

For those wondering whether Nagasaki is worth a visit, i would say yes for the historical sites and the museum. I would think that 2 days would have been sufficient though.

We moved on to OMUTA for ULTRAMAN LAND.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 September 2009

  • Stayed: September 2009
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