Nestled on the edge of Nagasaki’s Chinatown and just a stone’s throw from the Tsukimachi tramway stop, the Nagasaki Washington Hotel is ideally situated for exploring the sights that this city has to offer.
The facilities in the hotel are basic but more than adequate. The beds are comfortable and free wi-fi is available throughout the hotel.
Both western and Japanese dishes are available for breakfast although there are more Japanese options than western ones.
The area immediately around the hotel is overflowing with dining options and there is also a large Aeon supermarket about 2 minutes walk from the hotel, which is great for picking up lunch or bottles of water and tea to keep you hydrated during the day.
The hotel does not have its own parking lot, but there is a parking building directly across the canal from the hotel and hotel guests can ask for a discount coupon to bring the cost of parking for 24 hours down to 1,000yen.