Monterey Nagasaki
1-22 Oura-Machi, 850-0918, Japan
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Nagasaki, Japan (NGS)

Wrapped around an elegant courtyard, this charming hotel’s Portugese influences are reminiscent of the city's seafaring history and flow through its spaces with vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows, hand-painted tiles and beautiful frescoed-ceiling chapel. Themed rooms spoil, with the option of antique, classic and country styling, and a fine dining experience can be found in the elegant Italian restaurant or casual meals can be enjoyed in the cloisters. Steps from the sea the hotel is also close to the tram for easy city access.

Why we recommend the Hotel Monterey Nagasaki

  • Charming hotel with Portuguese-inspired design
  • Vaulted ceilings, frescoes and stained glass
  • Themed antique, country and classic rooms
  • Fine-dining Italian restaurant
  • Close to transport links and the seafront

Attractions near the Hotel Monterey Nagasaki

Dine out in bustling Chinatown

Nagasaki is home to one of the largest Chinatowns in Japan, as a result of the region's lenient rules over trade and settlement during the country's isolation period. Stepping through the gates of Shinchi Town, familiar Japanese architecture gives way to traditional Chinese shops and temples, where you can enjoy a very different shopping experience and be spoiled for choice with authentic Chinese cuisine.

Try the famous champon and sara udon noodles, and shop for handmade souvenirs and herbal remedies from more than 40 local retailers. If you're visiting Nagasaki over the Chinese New Year, head to Chinatown for the magical sight of thousands of colourful lanterns and cultural dance performances.

Discover Nagasaki's international legacy

From first encounters with foreign traders to the influence of European, Chinese and Korean settlers today, the Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture celebrates the city's proud tradition of international exchange.

Even when the rest of Japan was strictly closed to outsiders, Nagasaki thrived as a commercial port that received trade from all parts of the globe. Explore the Museum's 48,000 displays of rare artefacts and step inside an accurate recreation of the Nagasaki Magistrate's Office during the Edo Period to watch the historic scenes of a courtroom drama unfold.

Facilities - General

Laundry serviceWheel chair access in hotel
Laundry roomSwimming pool
Health club or gymDay spa
Parking cost applicable 

Facilities - Room

RefrigeratorInternet (wireless)
Internet (cable)Tea and coffee making facilities
Internet (common wireless)Non-smoking

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