5* Marriott Associa

International hospitality awaits you at the Marriott Associa, conveniently located above Nagoya Station. Logistically we believe this is the best hotel to attend the Japanese Grand Prix. A Nozomi bullet train from Tokyo to Nagoya takes around 100 minutes, and you can be checked into your room within a few minutes of arriving at the station. There is a dedicated Grand Prix train from Nagoya during race weekend which takes approx. 1 hour to reach Suzuka Circuit Ino Station.

The Marriott is a large hotel which features 9 restaurants and boasts the largest guest rooms in Nagoya, all with panoramic views of the city. There is also a shopping complex below the hotel which houses the famous JR Takashimaya Department Store. There is also the Towers Fitness Club which offers: Gym, Pool, Sauna and leisure facilities.

  • 3 night minimum stay
  • Inclusive of breakfast & taxes
  • Choice of 774 rooms
  • Located directly above Nagoya Train Station. 1hr 15mins transfer time to Suzuka Circuit
  • In-house dining provided via a wide range restaurants and bars
  • Indoor pool, sauna, fitness centre & leisure facilities

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