The Cypress Mercure Hotel Nagoya

Formerly: Sofitel The Cypress Nagoya Hotel




  • Situated in the center of the city, The Cypress Mercure Hotel Nagoya is ideal for guests staying on business or just there for taking in the fascinating sites the city has to offer. The Nagoya Congress Center, the Citizens Auditorium, and the Nagoya Dome are all conveniently located close to the hotel. Each room is modernly decorated with top of the line beds and pillows to ensure guests' comfort and serenity. The Lounge restaurant has a fine selection of delectable French or Japanese cuisine, and the Whizz by Cypress bar and restaurant has an array of international food, so whatever the guest’s preference is, it will be met. For entertainment, The Cypress Mercure Hotel Nagoya is within close proximity to the theater district where there are unique shows playing all the time. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful and will go out of their way to ensure a wonderful stay.

  • 2-43-6 Meieki Nakamura-ku, Aichi, Nagoya Station / Downtown, Nagoya, Japan, 450-0002
    2-43-6 Meieki Nakamura-ku, Aichi
    Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

  • Policies

    For children 3 years and below, breakfast is complimentary. For children between the ages of 3 and 12 breakfast is charged but at a special children’s rate, while those above 12 years of age are charged the same rate as an adult.

    Child and extra bed policy
    Children 0-15 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding.
    • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
    When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
  • Useful info

    Check-in from: 03:00 PM
    Check-out until: 12:00 PM
    Distance to airport: 13 km
    Daily Internet/Wi-Fi fee: 0 JPY
    Non-smoking rooms/floors: yes
    Number of bars/lounges : 1
    Number of floors: 11
    Number of restaurants: 1
    Number of rooms : 125
    Room voltage: 100
    Travel time to airport (minutes): 40
    Year hotel opened: 1992