Great for Sightseeing! Five Hotels Near Sendai Station
Sendai, which is the gateway to the Tohoku region, has many tourist attractions. This time, hotels near Sendai Station that are convenient for sightseeing around the city will be introduced. These five hotels are highly rated on hotel reservation sites.
1. The Westin Sendai
The Westin Sendai is 10 minutes on foot from JR Sendai Station. It is on the 28th - 36th floors of Sendai Trust Tower, which is the highest building in the Tohoku region, so it has fabulous views. The chic and modern guest rooms have large floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can enjoy views of the verdant mountains and city lights. The hotel has a gym that is open 24 hours a day and free for guests, as well as restaurants and bars. There is also a spa with a jacuzzi, sauna, and facial services. There is free Wi-Fi in the guest rooms, and staff on-site who can speak English.
2. Richmond Hotel Premier Sendai Ekimae
Next up is Richmond Hotel Premier Sendai Ekimae, which is just three minutes on foot from JR Sendai Station. The guest rooms are decorated with an emphasis on cleanliness, and have beds with duvets. Each room has an air purifier and humidifier. There are various amenities specifically for female guests and children, so everyone can enjoy a comfortable stay. The breakfast buffet features freshly baked breads, as well as soups, salads, and fruits, and is free to overnight guests. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the building, and English-speaking staff on-site.
3. Sendai Washington Hotel
This hotel is also just three minutes on foot from JR Sendai Station. The beds in this hotel are developed in collaboration with Slumberland, which supplies beds to the British Royal Family, so guests can be sure to have a goodnight's sleep. The guest rooms are spacious rooms, measuring 18sq.m. There is a variety of room types, including the Miyagi Room that is themed on Miyagi's traditions, culture, history, and nature. The hotel has full security, with elevators that require guest room keys and rooms reserved specifically for female guests. At breakfast, you can enjoy miso soup made with local Sendai miso, a local dish of offal simmered in miso, and the Sendai specialty of beef tongue curry. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel, and English-speaking staff on-site.
4. Mitsui Garden Hotel Sendai
This hotel is 12 minutes on foot from JR Sendai Station, and just one minute’s walk from Hirose-dori Station on the subway. There is a wide selection of guest rooms, ranging from standard singles to ladies’ rooms and deluxe twin rooms that are appropriate for when you have a lot of luggage. Each room has mattresses by Serta, a company dedicated to helping customers stay healthy and get a good night's sleep, as well as original pillows that are very comfortable. There is a large shared bathroom on the top floor, so guests can relax and rejuvenate in a large bathtub. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel, and English-speaking staff on-site.
5. Hotel Vista Sendai
The last hotel is Hotel Vista Sendai, which is located four minutes on foot from JR Sendai Station, and one minute’s walk from Miyagino-dori Station on the subway. There is a wide selection of guest rooms to choose from, ranging from compact single rooms to roomy deluxe twin rooms. Each room has an air purifier and humidifier. There is a large shared bathroom on-site, so you can relax in a spacious bathtub and rejuvenate yourself. There is a buffet of Japanese and Western-style foods for breakfast, free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel, and English-speaking staff on-site.
Each one of these hotels is highly rated for their comfort. If you are traveling to Sendai, why not refer to this article to select your hotel?
*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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