Review: Hilton Nagasaki (Japan) – LoyaltyLobby


I had the pleasure of having a two-night weekend stay in October 2022 at the Hilton Nagasaki, which opened for business in November 2021. The 200-room hotel is attached to the local convention center and on the other side of the street from the railway station.

You can access Hilton Nagasaki here (English) and here (Japanese).

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Hotel Fact Sheet:

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Room Types:

Diamond Members Welcome/Information Letter

Premium Room 708

Overall, the room worked quite well and had a view of the railway station.

Executive Lounge

Executive Lounge is open the entire day for coffee, beverages, and snacks. It was never full during my stay, even when the Saturday was sold out.


Day Service

Evening Happy Hour

Buffet Breakfast (Restaurant)

The restaurant breakfast was hectic, and you may have to wait a while to be seated.

Japanese Breakfast (Restaurant)

You can choose to have a Japanese breakfast instead of the buffet or executive lounge one. You do need to inform the hotel in advance, and you will be issued a unique voucher. Also, the employees at the Japanese restaurant were aware of my booking,

It seems that the Japanese mostly prefer non-Japanese breakfast options, as this restaurant was almost empty.

Too much food!

Fitness Center

The fitness center is very compact, but you don’t often see Japanese exercising in them.

Hotel Entrance

Lower Lobby


Lobby Cafe

Lobby Bar


I have previously been to Nagasaki twice and stayed at the Crowne Plaza hotel, which the same group owns as this new Hilton.

The Hilton is very convenient to the railway station (attached), and you can take a bus from the airport to the station and walk to the hotel. It is a 30-minute walk to the Peace Park and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum.

The service overall was excellent, and I would say that part of the design (use of wood) made it feel almost like being in Scandinavia.

I did not use any other F&B services during my stay beyond the executive lounge and Japanese breakfast at the restaurant. There is a convenience store opposite the street from Hilton if you need to pick up some beverages to fill up the empty minibar.

The hotel was sold out on Saturday, and I was first assigned an Executive Twin that I switched to Premium Room during check-in. The Premium Room is the same as the Executive Corner, but merely on a different floor.

The executive lounge is very convenient if you need a space to type away during the day, as it won’t fill up before the afternoon happy hour (that is usually the case). You have all-day access to beverages and some snacks.

I will return.

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