5 Select Business Hotels with Excellent Guest Reviews in Sapporo, Hokkaido
If you are traveling in Hokkaido, you can't miss its largest city, Sapporo. So this time, we introduce some recommended business hotels (affordable, no-frills hotels) in Sapporo. They are all highly rated on online travel sites.
1. Hotel WBF Sapporo Odori
This hotel is just a minute's walk from Odori Park in the heart of Sapporo. It is in a convenient location within walking distance of the station. The guest rooms consist primarily of twin rooms but include rooms with bunk beds as well as special rooms that can accommodate up to six people. It has a reputation for being a great place to stay with family and friends. The hotel has a fitness room, hot bath, and a library corner with travel and fashion magazines and manga comic books. The morning buffet that has 50 Western and Japanese items made with local ingredients is highly rated online. There is free Wi-Fi access in the guest rooms and staff who speak English.
2. Hotel Resol Trinity Sapporo
This hotel is one minute on foot from Odori Station on the subway. It is a hotel that offers a luxurious space with Scandinavian design and art. There is a variety of different types of rooms, including doubles, twins, triples and spacious rooms with Western and Japanese-style elements. The rooms on the Odori Park side overlooking the park are recommended. There is a ladies only floor where a limited number of items such as electric massagers, infusion skincare devices and hair irons are available to borrow. There is also a great selection of amenities and cosmetics for female guests. There is a large shared bath with great views on the top floor. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and English-speaking staff.
3. Hotel Keihan Sapporo
This hotel is just four minutes on foot from JR Sapporo Station, a convenient location as a base for sightseeing. The guest rooms that are all uniformly designed with a contemporary decor include single rooms as well as triples and deluxe rooms appropriate for families and groups. There are also rooms just for female guests with a variety of amenities such as massage cushions. There is a large shared bath that guests can relax in. The breakfast is highly rated, and includes Japanese and Western dishes, some of which are unique to Hokkaido, such as Matsumaezuke (a regional dish of thinly sliced kelp and dried squid marinated in soy sauce and mirin (sweet sake used for cooking)) and salted salmon roe. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building.
4. Daiwa Roynet Hotel Sapporo-Susukino
This is a hotel located one minute on foot from Hosui Susukino Station on the subway. There is a variety of room types, including standard rooms and twins for one to two people, ladies rooms with amenities carefully selected by the staff, and executive rooms that can accommodate up to four people. There is a convenience store that is open 24 hours on the first floor. There is free WiFi access in the guest rooms and English-speaking staff.
5. Hotel Kaiko Sapporo
This hotel is 3 minutes on foot from the center of Susukino, Hokkaido's foremost entertainment district. The location is ideal for sightseeing. The rooms have a contemporary decor and are functional and comfortable. There is a variety of Western-style rooms, including singles, twins and doubles, as well as Japanese-style rooms and rooms that mix Japanese and Western elements. The morning buffet of items made with fresh Hokkaido ingredients is popular. It features Japanese and Western items, full of bounties of the land and sea. Guests get special discounts at Spa Safro's natural onsen hot spring and stone sauna, which is just a minute away on foot. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building.
Sapporo is a city with many appeals, including fantastic food and sights. Stay over for a couple of days so you can fully enjoy its charm.
*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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