Excellent Cost Performance! Top 5 Business Hotels in Sendai That Are Highly Reviewed By Others
Sendai – the city that is said to be the gateway to the Tohoku region – is the perfect base for those that want to go sightseeing. It is also home to many business hotels that offer great value for your money. Below are 5 select business hotels in Sendai that are highly reviewed on travel websites!
1. Daiichi Inn Park
The first hotel on the list is Daiichi Inn Park, a famous hotel that is located within an 8-minute walking distance from Sendai Station. It has a total of 85 guestrooms, ranging from single to double and twin rooms, with five of the rooms available for 3 people to use. This hotel’s breakfast service is known to be quite delicious, and its annexed restaurant where you can enjoy various ingredients grilled over charcoal are also getting rave reviews from guests. There are staff who can speak English.
2. Dormy Inn Sendai Annex
Next on the list is a famous hotel from the Dormy Inn Group, a major hotel chain that operates all over Japan. It is a 6-minute walk from Sendai Station. Here, the guestrooms are equipped with Simmons-branded double beds that range from the compact Economy Single to the spacious Deluxe Double. The No.1 source of pride of this hotel is its wide array of baths that range from the indoor bath and open-air bath, up to the large bathhouse with a sauna. You can enjoy their hot spring that is effective in treating various problems like fatigue, so your exhausted body can relax. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
3. Comfort Hotel Sendai West
Next up is Comfort Hotel Sendai West, a popular hotel located in a prime location that is just a 3-minute walk from Sendai Station’s West Exit. Here, all the guestrooms are non-smoking and clean. Guests can choose from a wide variety of rooms: From rooms with double, twin, or queen-sized beds, up to barrier-free rooms that are great for guests on wheelchairs. Guests love its superb and well-balanced free breakfast service that comes with dishes like freshly baked breads, hot soup, fresh salad, and fruits. Wi-Fi is free and available throughout the building.
4. Comfort Hotel Sendai East
The next hotel on the list is another branch of the Comfort Hotel chain. However, this one is located at the opposite exit. It is around a 5-minute walk from the JR Sendai Station’s East Exit. It takes pride in its completely non-smoking and clean rooms. Setting it apart from the Comfort Hotel at the West Exit is its Hitsuji Room (Sheep Room), a room that is designed under the theme “kaimin” (pleasant sleep). Aside from beddings that promote great sleep, it also comes with amenities that prioritize comfort, such as bath powders, a shower with massage functions, and towels that feel great on the skin. In addition, the room is equipped with a type of light that helps you wake up peacefully. The East Exit hotel also offers a free breakfast service. Wi-Fi is free and available throughout the property.
5. Castle Inn Sendai
The last spot on the list is Castle Inn Sendai, a hotel that is right beside the famous large-sized hot spring facility, Oedo Onsen Monogatari Sendai Korona no Yu. Here, you can enjoy soaking in many different bathtubs to your heart’s content, including the expansive open-air bath and seven kinds of large public baths. These baths usually cost 700 JPY for adults (incl. tax) to enter, but if you are a staying guest, you can get in for free. Aside from that, the guestrooms are also truly comfortable thanks to features like Simmons-branded wide beds. This hotel’s buffet-style breakfast is also popular!
Sendai is a place that is quite easy to reach, as it is just around 1 hour and 30 minutes away from Tokyo via the Tohoku Shinkansen (bullet train). It is a charming area that is filled with delicious dishes, so if you plan to stay there, please don’t hesitate to use this article as your guide!
*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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