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|Value for money||7.3|
|Distance to city centre||6.1 km|
|Distance to airport||18.5 km|
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Although the check in was a little surprising with all the rules told in a bit dry manner, I didn't stay on my first impression and actually had good interaction with the family. The bed and pillow were comfortable, the fact that I could prepare my breakfast was a plus point.
The room was facing the road with heavy traffic and therefore very noisy. I hated the metal door, heavy and noisy too. No very keen about the brown wood with no decorations, quite dark with dim lights. I also would have liked a kettle in the room as several other people mentioned. The bath got problem on my second night but the gentleman fixed it, not sure how it would have been if the guesthouse had been full.
Quiet room in a lovely area, friendly staff, comfortable bed.
I wasn’t that keen on handing my key in every time I went out but I did get used to it, so no big problem. Again, not keen on Hot water only being available a few hours a day , though it didn’t actually cause me problems. I definitely would have liked a kettle in the room, or free hot water in reception for making drinks. I enjoyed my stay, but just feel it wasn’t really value for money - I’m paying less in Hiroshima for a full apartment with endless boiling water and a shower in the room and a TV than I paid for a room with occasional hot water , no shower and no TV in Nagasaki.
Room was the biggest I've struck in two weeks in Japan. The location was only 50m from the tram station that had access to the train station and also the southern suburbs. Owner was extremely helpful with directions, restaurants, and general information, and he spoke very good English. Also they sold daily passes for the tram system. Private onsen on each floor was great.
Wet room on each floor with good sized bath and privacy. En-suite in room
Room too minimalist, including nowhere to put cases, no drink making, no cupboards or dressers. No laundry facilities
It’s location was ok
That there was allocated times that you could shower, the curfew and the tiny lift that we could barely fit in with our bags.
With a stay at Pension BadenHeim in Nagasaki, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Twenty-Six Martyrs Museum and Monument and Megane Bridge. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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FAQs when booking at Pension Badenheim
Where is Pension Badenheim located?
Pension Badenheim is located at 54 Uma-Machi, 6.1 km from the centre of Nagasaki. Suwa Shrine is the closest landmark to Pension Badenheim.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Pension Badenheim?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Pension Badenheim.
Does Pension Badenheim offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Pension Badenheim offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Pension Badenheim offer free parking?
No, Pension Badenheim does not offer free parking.
Does Pension Badenheim offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Pension Badenheim does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Pension Badenheim from the airport?
Pension Badenheim is 18.5 km from Nagasaki. Pension Badenheim is 59 km from Saga.
Can you bring pets to Pension Badenheim?
No, pets are not allowed at Pension Badenheim.
Does Pension Badenheim have a pool?
No, Pension Badenheim does not have a pool on-site.
Most popular landmarks
- Suwa Shrine 203 m
- Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture 281 m
- Tomeizan Kofuku-ji 0.5 km
- Megane Bridge 0.6 km
- Siebold Memorial Museum 1 km
- Twenty-Six Martyrs Museum and Monument 1 km