5 Select Hotels with Excellent Reviews Around Asahikawa Station in Hokkaido
Asahiyama Zoo is one of many popular tourist spots in Hokkaido. We have selected hotels located around Asahikawa Station that can be used as a base for travelling to such sightseeing destinations. Below are five hotels and inns in the area that boast excellent reviews from guests.
1. JR Inn Asahikawa
JR Inn Asahikawa is a hotel that boasts extremely convenient location, as it is directly connected to JR Asahikawa Station and shopping facilities. There are five types of rooms available at this hotel, ranging from single and twin rooms, to the large twin room that can accommodate up to three guests. Here, each room is fitted with a Simmons mattress for a more pleasant sleep. There is a pillow corner in the hotel where you can choose the type of pillow you want from a selection of 21 kinds. The hotel also has a public bathing area with a semi-open-air bath, so you can refresh your tired body from the day’s travel. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. English-speaking staff available.
2. Hotel Route Inn Grand Asahikawa Ekimae
Hotel Route Inn Grand Asahikawa Ekimae offers premium location that is just a 2-minute walk from JR Asahikawa Station. There are 342 rooms at this hotel, all designed to ensure comfort for their guests. The rooms are spacious, so you can comfortably unwind and relax. There are various types of rooms available here - from single to quadruple room that can fit up to four guests, so you can choose according to your needs. Guests love the public bath on the 17th floor, which is the top floor of the building. You can soak in the natural hot spring while marveling at the beautiful night view of the town. On the 1st floor, you will find a coffee shop, a convenience store and a car rental office. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property.
3. Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa is just two minutes from JR Asahikawa Station by foot. It is a hotel that has hot bath facilities on the 1st floor. Aside from the public bath and open-air bath with natural hot spring and a jet bath, there is also a rock bath, so you can relax to your heart’s content. Here, the luxurious breakfast that incorporates ingredients produced in Hokkaido is also popular, as they serve as many as 50 Japanese and western dishes. There are five types of rooms available at this hotel, ranging from the semi-double room that can accommodate 1-2 guests, to the Japanese and Western family rooms that can fit up to four guests. With the twin rooms, you can avail of connecting rooms which are recommended for groups and families. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. There are staff who can speak English, Chinese and Korean.
4. Dormy Inn Asahikawa
Dormy Inn Asahikawa can be reached in 10 minutes from JR Asahikawa Station on foot. It is a hotel that has been enjoying rave reviews for its delicious buffet-style breakfast. Guests also love the free Yonaki Soba, a simple soy sauce-based ramen made by the hotel, from 9:30 pm to 11:00 pm every day (first-come, first-served) as a nighttime snack. The public bath on the top floor of the building is fitted with an open-air bath where you can enjoy the natural hot spring, so guests can ease their tiredness from all the traveling. When it comes to rooms, you can choose from double, queen and twin rooms, as well as the Japanese and Western rooms that can fit up to four guests. Wi-Fi is free in the guest rooms and public areas. There are staff who can speak English and Chinese.
5. Mimatsuso Ryokan
Mimatsuso Ryokan is a cozy ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) that is a 6-minute walk from JR Asahikawa Station. Guests love its homey atmosphere and excellent hospitality. Here, the friendly owner and staff will welcome you with such heartfelt hospitality. The 10 rooms housed in this ryokan are all Japanese-style rooms with tatami flooring. Each room can accommodate up to three guests. Guests have free access to shared facilities including the bathroom and toilet, as well as the refrigerator and Laundromat. Wi-Fi is free in the guest rooms.
All the hotels and inns featured in this article are popular spots where you are guaranteed a pleasant and comfortable stay. So, if you ever visit Asahikawa, use this article as your reference.
*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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