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Five Select Hotels in Fukuoka City Highly Rated on Online Travel Sites

Fukuoka City in Fukuoka Prefecture is a popular tourist city. If you want to stay in this city, full of great food, famous sights and shopping spots, select a hotel that is highly rated on online travel sites. This time, we introduce five popular hotels.

2018.04.12

1. Hotel Marinoa Resort Fukuoka

This is a resort hotel next to one of Kyushu's largest and most popular outlet malls, Marinoa City Fukuoka. It is in a location with a view of Hakata Bay and the Yacht Harbor, and all guest rooms have an ocean view. You can enjoy the views from private balconies and even the bathrooms. The rooms consist of twin rooms, twin rooms with lofts, and deluxe twin rooms with canopy beds. The facilities in the hotel include a French restaurant that serves food made with fresh vegetables procured directly from local farmers, and a spa on the top floor with fantastic views of the ocean. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and staff who speak English, Chinese and Korean.

2. JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Hakata Central

This is a hotel in a convenient location, just a 2-minute walk from JR Hakata Station. It has a variety of room types, including doubles, premium twins, and universal rooms set up for the disabled and elderly. The guest rooms have premium beds by the US bed maker, Simmons, as well as functional and environmentally friendly "Japanese & modern" equipment and amenities, such as bamboo flooring and soft towels made in Imabari, Ehime Prefecture. There is also a female-only floor and a restaurant that serves outstanding creative cuisine made primarily with ingredients from Kyushu. There is free Wi-Fi access in the guest rooms as well as the lobby, and staff who speak English.

2. JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Hakata Central

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3. Hotel Okura Fukuoka

This is a hotel that is located two minutes on foot from Nakasu-Kawabata Station, close to Hakata Station and Tenjin, making it a perfect base for sightseeing. There are 264 guest rooms of a variety of different types, including singles, royal suites, and Japanese-style rooms with tatami mats. The attractive and unique interior combines a traditional Japanese-style decor typical of Hakata, with Western elements. There is a variety of restaurants in the hotel, such as Japanese cuisine, teppanyaki, sushi and French restaurants, a bar and even a sweets shop. There is also a gym, hot tub and pool, free Wi-Fi access in the guest rooms and English-speaking staff on site.

4. Hotel Forza Hakataeki Hakataguchi

This is a hotel that just opened in February 2017, in a location that is a 3-minute walk from Hakata Station. It has a total of 113 guest rooms, all designed for a good night's sleep and comfort. Rooms include Refresh Double Rooms with foot massagers and massage roll cushions and Healing Double Rooms with multi-functional massage sofas. The breakfast that includes a variety of dishes, such as specialties from various areas of Kyushu and standard dishes, is also highly rated. There is free Wi-Fi access in the guest rooms and English-speaking staff.

4. Hotel Forza Hakataeki Hakataguchi

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5. Hotel Nikko Fukuoka

This is a hotel in a convenient location, just 3 minutes on foot from Hakata Station, with which it is directly connected by an underground path. It is by the popular commercial complex, Canal City Hakata, and is perfect as a base for shopping and sightseeing. The 360 guest rooms include a variety of different types, such as simple and modern singles to triples, Japanese-style rooms with views of the beautiful garden, and six types of suites. There is also a total of eight eating establishments, including a buffet-style restaurant and restaurants serving teppanyaki dishes and sushi. There is free Wi-Fi access in the guest rooms, and staff who speak English, Chinese, Korean and French.

These are all hotels in great locations and rated highly for their services. Be sure to consider them when visiting Fukuoka.

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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