The small screen building with a big personality, fusing 1950s heritage with modern Japanese luxury
Light and airy bedrooms are masterpieces of modernity. Whether it’s a Park View or Forest Terrace Suite, expect clean lines and a pared-back aesthetic. As you move through The Tower Hotel Nagoya, pause to admire art and crafts by modern Japanese luminaries. That sense of creativity flows through the restaurants too. In Lily, beautifully presented Furuki-yoki Read more[SPLIT]Read lessand modern cuisine is matched by sublime parkland views, while Restaurant Glycine offers modern interpretations of local specialities. Meanwhile, first floor Farm& is a laid-back space that switches from coffee hotspot to cool beer garden each evening.
If The Tower Hotel Nagoya has art in its soul, hometown Nagoya has an innovative spirit. The bright lights of this dynamic metropolis are offset by peaceful green spaces, and visitors stepping off the shinkansen discover room to breathe. The hotel’s neighbouring Central Park is a good place to begin, before exploring Tokugawa Art Museum, Nagoya City Science Museum and the Toyota museums (for automotive aficionados). There are also shrines and temples peppered across the city, which you can step straight into from The Tower Hotel Nagoya.
Enjoy your stay!