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Nagasaki Marriott Opening in January 2024
A brand new Marriott will open shortly in the city of Nagasaki starting next month in January 2024. The hotel is accepting reservation starting in January 16, 2024. Marriott is expanding their footprint in major cities of Japan’s Kyushu region with Sheraton in Kagoshima and the recently opened Ritz-Carlton in Fukuoka. The Marriott Hotel in Nagasaki looks pretty with reasonable prices to boot!
Details of Nagasaki Marriott Hotel
The Nagasaki Marriott Hotel will be located right next to the JR Nagasaki Station with a newly-built shopping mall attached to the hotel. The hotel will have 207 total rooms starting at 36 sqm (387 sqft) for standard rooms. The higher category rooms like the Premium room would have a balcony with Nagasaki harbor views.
The “open sink” concept shared with the bedroom reminds me of Sheraton Grand Hiroshima.
What’s interesting is that the MClub rooms will be quite bigger in size of 54 sqm. With that said, complimentary lounge access will be included for Marriott Platinum and above. There’s also a plethora of suite types, which makes for an exciting prospect for free upgrades!
Cash price is cheapest if you have AAA rate, so be sure to take advantage of it if you have AAA membership! The rates are also quite close to its rival Hilton Nagasaki. The hotel is assigned as Category 4, so the max point you’d redeem at this hotel could be at 46k points. An easy redemption with 35k Free Night Certificates.
The hotel will also have two Japanese restaurants, fitness center, and meeting rooms as the major amenities. But, there doesn’t appear to be a pool in the hotel.
I’m excited about the opening of Nagasaki Marriott! I myself will be going to Japan again in 2024 with a particular focus on the Kyushu region. I can check out this hotel in the meantime while visiting Nagasaki to visit more atomic bomb museum and memorials after my time in Hiroshima. I’m also salivating over toruko rice, a Nagasaki specialty!
The hotel looks pretty nice, especially for the price it charges. A typical western chain hotel like Marriott in Japan have high markups, especially in Tokyo and Kyoto. It’s a given since Nagasaki isn’t as popular of a destination compared to the Big 3 of Japan. The opening of Nagasaki Marriott could entice more people to visit!