Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel
Supreme relaxation and international hospitality await you at the Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel, conveniently located above Nagoya Station.
Since J.W. Marriott founded the company in 1927, Marriott Hotels have welcomed successive generations of guests with warm hospitality and high-quality service.
The Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel would now like to extend that same invitation to you.
Nagoya City, in the central part of Japan.
The hotel is located immediately above Nagoya Station.
1-1-4, Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-6002, Japan
TEL : 052-584-1111
(Int'l : +81-52-584-1111)
FAX : 052-584-1112
(Int'l : +81-52-584-1112)
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774 rooms (15 suites, 423 standard rooms, 328 deluxe rooms, 1 Japanese room, 6 premier rooms, 1 Japanese / Western room), To maximize comfort, our guest rooms are a spacious 37m2 in area, on average.
RESTAURANTS & BARS
We offer a wide range of unique and delightful dining experiences to cater to special events or just a casual gathering with friends.
In addition to authentic cuisine prepared by first-class chefs, casual dishes of Nagoya origin will be served in a relaxed ambience, heightened by quality service and elegant hospitality.
BANQUETS & MEETINGS
The Towers Ballroom can accommodate large-scale receptions and international conferences.
Banquet rooms are ideal for a wide range of functions from wedding receptions to business events, while the banquet rooms are perfect for more intimate gatherings.
All banquet rooms feature highly-advanced lighting and audio systems to add color and charm to your event.
The business center is equipped with personal computers for internet access and work stations with printers, as well as copy and fax machines.
In the hotel's fitness club, designed with an Aegean motif, an exercise area and the latest relaxation facilities (including a thermarium and "warm room"), await you.
However, please note that the hotel does not admit guests with a visible tattoointo it's pool or sauna area (regardless of the size or placement of the tattoo).
Largest city in Central Japan International Airport Toyota City, home of the Toyota motor car companyMeiji Village (reconstruction of late 1800's Japanese and western buildings, including the facade and pool of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel)Nagoya Castle Tokugawa-en Park, Hosa Library (contains the original "Tale of Genji")Nagoya Dome sports facility