0.55km from Nagoya City Archives CafeI love the simplicity and stylishness of the Android brand, and I was delighted by the Nagoya location. It is located between Sakae and Nagoya Castle, and just a few stops from Nagoya Station. I liked the quiet location, away from clubs and bars but still within a walkable distance (or cycling distance!) if you want to go out. I booked a single room, and I was so happy with it. It had a bed, a TV, desk, a unit bathrooms, and some hooks with hangers. There was a small fridge, a kettle, and teas. There was a window in the room as well! Don't expect an amazing view, but it's nice to get some natural light in the morning. I loved the design of the blinds as well. The room is simple and well-designed. The bed is pushed against the wall, which makes the room feel more spacious and gave me space to spread out my luggage. As minimalist as I am when I travel, I appreciated this a lot. In other hotels, I have had to spread out on the bed which I did not enjoy. Most of all, I was impressed by the stylish lighting of the room! It made it feel so much more luxurious, despite it's simplicity. The communal bath on the top floor is great as well. It is not large, but it is a great way to unwind after a long day. With high end amenities from Poland, and the Dyson blow-dryer, you will certainly prefer to use the bathroom and not the shower/tub in your room! I think this pretty much made my stay worth it. There is a sign that discourages use of the bath by guests with tattoos, but I did not have any issues. There is no staff on duty to maintain this rule. I ordered breakfast with my stay, which is a variety of sandwiches. I selected the red bean burgers toast sandwich, as this is a famous food of Nagoya! There is the option for room delivery, but I preferred eating in the restaurant on the ground floor. The service and atmosphere is great, plus you have a nice view of the park across the street. There are free bicycles you can borrow, which is excellent! Nagoya is flat and easy to navigate. Going to the castle, Sakae, Osu Kanon, and even Tsurumai Park were a breeze thanks to the fee bicycle. Just be cautious where you park in the city, and certainly lock the bicycle to prevent theft. Last, I enjoyed the kindness of the staff. They are always smiling and polite, and brought a blanket to my room even at 1 AM. Their explanation of the hotel was thorough and it made me glad I chose this hotel. I will certainly stay again when I return to Nagoya!