Located in Nara. Twin Room (23m²) is available in this hotel. Themed menus are served buffet style, so that guests can enjoy various dishes.
Nara hosts a number of historic sites, including famous temples and artworks. Some of these are from the 8th century, when Nara flourished as Japan’s capital with the name of Heijo-kyo. Deer wander throughout Nara Park, where the Todaiji Temple is located, which also features a number of spots where visitors can enjoy the beauty of cherry blossoms in the spring and auburn leaves in the autumn.
330 guest rooms with bright and relaxing interior designs. Spacious beds and smooth, sanitary duvets in all rooms. A good night’s sleep is sure to refresh travelers. From certain rooms, guests can experience Nara through spectacular views of the Mount Wakakusa and Five-Storied Pagoda.
One of the largest banquet halls in Nara prefecture. Eight banquet halls for use in various types of events. These banquet halls are available for use according to your needs, from a grand party to a small group event.
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Okura Nikko Hotels COVID-19 Safety Measures
At Okura Nikko Hotels, the safety of our guests is the top priority. The new guidelines for hotel cleanliness entitled “CLEAN & SAFE STAY” ensure the safety and security of our guests and employees. With these guidelines in place, our group hotels welcome you with a clean and safe environment, as “the new normal”.
1. Increased Level of Cleanliness / Hygiene
Public spaces (e.g. lobby, front desk, elevators, escalators, bathrooms, hallways), which are high-touch points, are frequently and regularly cleaned and disinfected.
2. Hand Sanitizer Station
Disinfection kits are stationed in public areas, in front of elevators, in front of banquet halls and at the entrance to other facilities to allow our guests to easily sanitize their hands.
3. Protective Barriers
Staff are required to wear face mask/face shields and depending on the situation, staff will wear plastic gloves to ensure the health and safety of guests and employees. Clear protective barriers are placed in between guests and staff at the front desk to prevent droplet infection.
4. Social Distancing
Staff are expected to ensure safety by reminding guests to respect social distancing, particularly when waiting in line at the front desk or at restaurants. The number of people allowed in closed spaces (i.e., elevators, smoking rooms) is reduced to enable safe distancing practices.
5. Ensuring adequate Air Circulation
Public spaces, restaurants, guest rooms, etc. are frequently ventilated.
6. Preventing contact infection
Room keys, guest amenities, and other items are disinfected before being handed to guests.
7. Appropriate checks for guests
All guests are asked to complete health check forms and undergo a temperature check upon entering the hotel. We ask for your kind cooperation to ensure the safety of all guests and staff.
- Cleanliness / hygiene
For all guest rooms, the furniture, doors and door knobs, windows, bathroom, lighting switches and any high-touch points are cleaned and sanitized regularly.
2. Room Item cleanliness / hygiene
Use of disinfectants for sanitization of high-touch points is thoroughly implemented. (TV remote control, telephone, tablet, hairdryer, hangers, etc.)
Restaurants / Bars
To maintain social distancing, guests are seated apart at a certain distance.
Buffet-style dining is replaced with a new dining style to increase hygiene safety.
2. Cleanliness / hygiene
All tables, counters, and seating are sanitized before and immediately after use.
3. Higher food safety standards
All kitchen staff follow strict food preparation and cooking hygiene standards and wear masks, gloves and hats to enhance food safety.
4. Room service
All equipment used for room service is frequently sanitized. Food and drinks are served with a cover or lid. Also, to reduce close contact, food will be delivered outside the guest room.
Other Public Spaces
- Pool / Fitness Gym / Spa facilities
Before using the facilities, guests are asked to undergo a temperature check and a health check.
Social distancing is maintained in locker rooms and training facilities where regular sanitation is performed. In Spa facilities, staff are required to wear masks when performing treatment and will wear gloves at the request of individual guests.
2. Banquet hall
For banquet use, the hotel proposes a layout design that is considerate of social distancing. After set-up is completed, tables and chairs are further sanitized. Disinfection kits are stationed at the entrance. Staff are required to wear masks while serving guests. At your request, protective barriers can be placed between event receptionists and guests to prevent droplet infection.
- Health check
Before entering the hotel, all staff are required to check their temperature and undergo a health check. Staff must wear masks while serving and are required to wash and sanitize hands as well as gargle regularly. Staff rooms and the back of the house are regularly cleaned and sanitized. Staff are required to maintain social distancing to avoid close contact.
2. Ongoing training
In order to welcome guests safely, staff receive training for infection controls and enhanced awareness to always be up-to-date on the latest cleanliness and hygiene measures.
The above guidelines for hotel cleanliness, “CLEAN & SAFE STAY,” may be amended based on policies of government/local authorities. Depending on the hotel, there may be additional safety measures.
- Thin-screen LCD television set
- Satellite broadcasting
- Video on demand *paid
- Internet connection
- (LAN, wireless LAN)
- LAN cable
- Warm-water-shower toilet seat
- Air conditioner
- Electric pot
- Japanese green tea set
- Melamine cups
- Hair dryer
- Night wear
- Face towels
- Hand towels
- Bath towels
- Cloth brush
- Air freshener
- Scriptures, Buddhist scriptures
- Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters)
- Safety box
- Trouser press
- Hair conditioner
- Body soap
- Hand soap
- Shower cap
- Body towel
- Hair brush
- Tooth paste and brush
- Cotton swabs
- Razorblade (safety razor)
- Mineral water
- Vinyl purse
- Shoe shine paper
- Memo pads
A wide variety of Japanese and western-style dishes, totaling about 50 choices, available to start the day.
Guests can enjoy typical Nara menu options.
|FLOOR||3F Restaurant “SERENA” or banquet hall|
|BUSINESS HOURS||7:00 ~ 9:30|
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Directly connected to JR Nara Station
Being directly connected to JR Nara Station, the hotel is at a convenient location not only for visiting Nara, but also for sightseeing or business trips to Kyoto and Osaka.
- Kansai International AirportBy airport limousine bus — 1.5 hour
- From Osaka International (Itami) AirportBy airport limousine bus — 1 hour
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Information on parking facilities
Nara municipal parking facilities are available at B1 and B2 of the Hotel.
No parking spaces available for motorcycles or bicycles.
- Parking capacity: 217 cars
- Maximum height: 2.1m
- Operating hours: 6:00am ~ 0:30am the following day * Please note that no entry is allowed between 0.30am – 6:00am.