With a stay at this apartment in Sapporo (Toyohira), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Sapporo Dome and Nijo Market. This apartment is 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from Nakajima Park and 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Odori Park.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a stovetop. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include a microwave and an electric kettle.
With a stay at this apartment in Sapporo (Toyohira), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Sapporo Dome and Nakajima Park. This apartment is 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Odori Park and 5.4 mi (8.7 km) from Sapporo JR Tower.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchenette with a full-sized refrigerator/freezer and a microwave. A flat-screen television with Netflix is provided, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include an electric kettle and a washing machine, and housekeeping is provided once per stay.
The SUN provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The SUN is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Sapporo. Traveling to the hotel is easy with JR Shiroishi Station located approximately 3km away and Sapporo Okadama Airport roughly 12km away. Being just minutes away from Misono Metro Station allows guests to explore the city with ease. With Tsukisamu Shrine, Toyohira Park Heated Pool and Ampan Road all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
KIYAZA Home Sapporo in Sapporo City. The apartment is 1.7 km from Sapporo Convention and Exhibition Center and 3.8 km from Sapporo TV Tower.The air-conditioned apartment is also equipped with a thin TV, a fully equipped kitchen (with microwave oven), a washing machine and a bathroom (with bath and shower).From KIYAZA Home Sapporo to Sapporo Big Egg 3.9 km, to Sapporo Bell Tower 4.2 km. It's 41 kilometers from this accommodation to the nearest New Chitosan Airport.
Pension Setsurin is located just a 3-minute walk from Exit 3 of Toyohira-Koen Station on the Toho Subway Line. Situated in the downtown area of Sapporo City, Pension Setsurin is a quiet and cozy inn offering convenient access to the Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center, Sapporo Dome and Sapporo Convension Center. Japanese breakfast is offered. A private bath is available by reservation. Guest rooms are cozy Japanese-style rooms with shared bath and toilet. WiFi is available in all guest rooms.
The Diva is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Diva offers a pleasant stay in Sapporo for those traveling for business or leisure. Traveling to the hotel is easy with JR Shiroishi Station located approximately 2km away and Sapporo Okadama Airport roughly 9km away. Just a short walk from Nangō-Nana-Chōme Metro Station, traveling to most city destinations is a breeze. Guests will find Yumegokochi Nangonoyu, Hakkogakuen Hanashobupark and Gallery Wani just a short distance from the hotel. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. This Sapporo hotel features parking on site. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.
The Divine is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Divine offers a pleasant stay in Sapporo for those traveling for business or leisure. With JR Shiroishi Station just 2km away and Sapporo Okadama Airport only 9km away, transportation is very convenient. Being just minutes away from Nangō-Nana-Chōme Metro Station allows guests to explore the city with ease. With Miharuyu, Hakkogakuen Hanashobupark and 平和通公園 all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. For those driving themselves, parking is provided on site. When it comes to Sapporo hotels, the Divine is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
It is a house located behind the alley of the shopping streetThere is a toilet and washroom on the 1st and 2nd floor so it is very convenientAlso because it is behind the alley it is in the shopping district but it is quietThere is a parking lot next to it so it is convenient for people coming by car
Compared to breakfast and dinner, the variety of crabs is more abundant, but I prefer to eat sweet shrimp. I ate three large restaurants. The new building and the main building are connected. The first two days of mid-November were when snow began to arrive at the hotel I was carrying a suitcase with my little friend (the snow was too thick and I couldn't drag the suitcase). It took me half an hour to find the hotel. It was actually close to us but the hotel name was really inconspicuous or kind. Show us the way to reach the three-minute walk smoothly. I found a half-hour walk after eating and went to digestion. Then I went to the negative first floor and the 16th floor to bathe in the hot springs in the ice and snow. This feels great. Great Overall, the hot springs are worth the fare
Bright and polite customer service, a large number of items and enough buffet breakfast (there is no raw food). Disinfection was also carried out.
The room was bright and tidy and clean.
The only place is a short walk from Susukino and Odori.
I will stay here again next time!
Living very well, the room is small, but it is a routine operation of Japanese hotels. For breakfast, it is usually small bread and coffee, orange juice, water and ice. The bread is small, but it tastes good. If it is also on January 1st, it will provide very sweet oranges (Fu Tang) Note: Remember to change your room card every day, and change it a few times a few times.
The room is very big and warm, but the entrance has a very high staircase. I have a friend with two friends. I have 3 boxes and it will be quite tired. The room is good. The heating is very good. The kettle is a bit old but we have no use. The raccoon road is very convenient
The location is really quite convenient. It is very close to the jr piano. It is a bit far from the subway. We didn't buy breakfast, so it wasn't very clear about how breakfast was. It was convenient to have a parking lot. Service is better~
The high-rise corner double room is very good, the room is large, and the view is super beautiful. It is the most satisfied hotel for my trip to Japan. It is just opposite Shin Sapporo Station, less than one hundred meters. It was before 3 o'clock when we checked in, and before time was up, we went to the commercial building next to the station and had a meal. When we checked in, we were informed that our luggage was all put in the room, very detailed service, and the price was good It may be because it is not in the downtown area of Sapporo, there is a parking lot, it is a very large area between the hotel and the station, and it is very quiet at night. The only thing that is not enough is that [New Sapporo] is still some distance from [Sapporo downtown], like Like the development zone, it is not a special commercialization, it is a small town. It is only one stop to Sapporo, about 15 minutes, and it is not a problem. If you like the lively downtown, you still need to go to Sapporo Station.
The surroundings are relatively quiet, not far from the subway Shiraishi Station, and there are also nearby New Chitose Airport buses passing by, and the traffic is quite convenient, but it is definitely not as good as Sapporo Station and Odori area.
Pure self check-in, no front desk staff. The room size is quite large and the facilities are complete. Compared with the hotel, there is one more kitchen, but the air conditioner seems not very good. Although Sapporo is very cool at night, the air conditioner is not just needed. There is a piece of Japanese paper on the window. The general idea is that the window cannot be opened, but the following instructions are not understood. It is recommended that at least one English version be added. The main shortcoming is probably the toilet, which is super easy to block, the bath time is a little longer, and the water comes up. I also hope that the homeowner will pay attention to this problem.
The room is big, breakfast has rice in addition to bread. Starting at 7:00, the location is very convenient, not far from the raccoon path. The only thing that is suitable for bringing children is the loss of earrings at the hotel. It’s just ice and snow festival, walking in the past ten minutes.
In order to ski New Year's Day, I stayed here using Sapporo winter discounts near the taine ski area. 5000 yen discount for 6000 yen per night and a smile coupon for 2000 yen. I also received a discount ticket that can be used in the nearby shopping street with a privilege, but because of the closing day of the store, we took the relief measures available for the purchase of sales in the hotel. I was able to eat high cup noodles that I had never bought, and I was lucky to have some sweets! There was also a free distribution of tanuki soba and Mikan, and it was New Year's Eve. It was really helpful to drive to the ski area. I was really sorry to sleep. . . The light came to the horizon with a lot of clouds, and it was a long time after sunrise. But the skiing while enjoying the rare scenery is very memorable and I feel good to come. I think it is the best location as a place to stay for ski purposes. I am sincerely grateful for the services of various 々. I want to see you again.
I never stayed in Sapporo city in luxury, but I stayed for the first time this time. I thought it was a larger hotel, but it is small. Because it was a continuous night, I put it in the hot spring during the day, but it seemed to be popular with the local people, and it was quite crowded. The hot springs that enter the middle city under the freezing point are the best. However, the public bath is not a hot spring, only the open-air bath seems to be a hot spring.
This time happened to be off-season and stayed at the Royton Hotel, the price is very favorable, I think the hotel is still a relatively old five-star hotel. The rooms are large and the facilities are a bit old due to the old hotel. But the service is really good, so I still want to say that it is very good, except for the coffee stains on the sofa that can't be washed off, the overall is good. Geographical location is ok, the better is the bus to the airport from the back door.
The breakfast had a lot of cold, full Japanese breakfast, rice and fried salmon, but it was still full of ritual. It ’s almost dark at 4 pm to New Chitose Airport, so I can only take a taxi to the hotel, which cost 1,100 yuan, but I ’m sad but the hotel ’s hot spring experience is still very satisfying. Life is the first time. Be sure to stay two nights next time you have a chance. In addition, the taxi back to Sapporo is 7700 yen, and the front desk can help us talk about 5,000 yen. On the first night, because there was no scheduled dinner, the hotel did not provide it, shouted a few words of hungry, my brother called and the hotel staff took their car to take us to the family to buy a bento dinner, and finally did not feel hungry.
Very good hotel because the twin room we booked with the kids was super big! Let's look at the details. The bathroom facilities have separate bathtubs and shower rooms. The first picture of the snow scene was taken from the room, and the second one was taken by the river ~ And the hotel service is really good! All staff are enthusiastic! very polite! The bus on the first floor of the airport leads directly to the hotel! The return station is opposite the hotel, which is more convenient than using other transportation methods! I will definitely choose this place if I play later ~
The location of the hotel is very close to the B&B that we arrived when we arrived, just in the vicinity of the Beaver Road Commercial Street~ I didn't find the hotel at first, only found a small restaurant, and later I looked at the name of the restaurant. It turned out to be here~ It turned out that they were the first floor to make a restaurant, and then the second floor made a youth trip~ Although the bed is small, it is still possible~ After all, it is a youth trip~ Don't care~ Living in the Youth Hostel is an experience! If you want to meet the hotel specifications, you will be disappointed~ There is public space on the first floor, but we went late, walked earlier, and didn't see other people... It is worth mentioning that since I am booking a mixed shop for men and women, I am a small Korean squad in the downstairs~
Home away from home, enthusiastic front desk, I met four front desk staff who were very enthusiastic, which is really rare in a Japanese hotel where I live. Clean and sanitary, the room is the right size. I don't want to eat breakfast at the hot spring hotel, but this hotel will definitely make people feel relieved about its breakfast. The hotel is located next to Hokkaido University, about two minutes away from Kita 12, or you can walk directly to Sapporo Station. It ’s a good 10 minutes on a snowy day. It is very convenient to travel here with a day pass. There is a family nearby, within 2 minutes. There is a parking lot nearby, you can ask if the hotel is available. I wish business is booming and live a very comfortable night, making people like Hokkaido.
The hotel was booked for the second time. The room booked this time is relatively small, but there is still a massage chair. Although it takes up some places, it is not bad to go back to the hotel to relax. There is almost no lobby, but every day I go up and down the elevator, the front desk will still smile and stand up. Hotel location 10 minutes walk from Jr station, there is an indoor passage to go, no problem with rain Breakfast included, not many varieties, but can be full
Super, great! The surrounding area is quiet, opposite to Nakajima Park. 5 minutes away from the subway station. However, there are few convenience stores around and you can buy them in the subway. The hotel has a microwave oven, and you can get it directly after you buy it. The bathroom also has free cotton swabs and makeup remover. The reception staff is Chinese, so don't worry about the language barrier!
No complaints at all. Good price, decent, if basic, facilities, great location. I was after a good base for exploring Sapporo and this place really ticked all the boxes for me. Not much more to say. Thanks a lot!
First of all, I would like to especially thank a handsome guy in his 20s at the front desk. We were late for the taxi because we had to catch the shuttle bus from the new Furano Prince Hotel in the morning. Although the young man was wearing a thin suit, he was still waiting with us in the cold wind of minus six degrees to help us find the taxi in time. Touching. The location of the hotel is quiet, the room is large, the toilet is very large with double sinks, and the view is excellent. The bed is 1 meter 2 and there are two. Our family of three live in a crowded place. The toiletries are good too, and the conditioner is particularly good. The hotel staff were very kind and welcoming. The Wagyu restaurant next to the hotel tastes very good. Be sure to choose a special level of Wagyu. There is a 24-hour medium-sized supermarket next to the hotel, which is convenient for shopping.
Amenity is minimal, but I got a face mask.
The customer service at the front desk is polite, but it was a pity that the cleaning was not completed at the check-in time.
The smoking room has a strong scent.
The internet environment was used on weekdays for both iPhone and PC, but it was often interrupted.
The noise and voice in the corridor reach the room directly, and the degree of shading of the curtain is low.
It may not be suitable for those who want to take a rest.
We visited Sapporo for the snow festival in Feb 2020. We selected the Leopalace based on location/price and reviews. On arrival, due to the weather and late night we decided to take a taxi to the hotel, this cost about Y1000. (after our stay it was fine weather, so we walked back to the JR station which took about 15 minutes). NB - neither my wife or myself speak Japanese, just a few phrases. Check in at the hotel was easy and straight forward, and we were directed to lifts behind reception. Our room was clean and spacious by Japanese standards. We chose not to book breakfasts, we were there for the snow festival so there was a huge variety of fresh market style food available. The hotel was a very short walk from the main avenue where the festival is held. There is 7/11 located on the corner of the hotel and also a long shopping arcade a couple of minutes walkaway. We wanted to use the hotels spa facility which is shown to be on floor 9. we put on the robes provided but having taken the lift up to floor 9 we found only bedrooms. so we called reception and mistakenly asked for direction to the onsen (we should have said public bath) because we asked for the wrong thing we were told the hotel does not have an onsen and then they hung up the phone. So I changed in to regular clothes went to reception and eventually worked out that the only way to the spa was via another lift in reception. Because we had to walk through reception we elected to wear regular clothes which was fortunate because eonce we found the spa area there were large signs telling you in English) not to wear your robes in reception, of course by the time you read that in the spa you would have already walked through reception. I don't mind if there is little English signage but if you take the time to have English translations put them where they can be of use - IN THE ROOMS. (oh and you need to take the towels from your room to use in the spa too) . We found the room temperature very comfortable and both slept well during our stay. We asked the reception to make a dinner reservation for us at a popular restaurant for our second night, this took a little while as initially they assumed we wanted to book into the hotel resturant, but once we passed this confusion they reception were very helpful. Making sure we had our booking reference and even showing us on a map where it was (even though we already knew this). Other than the phone call about the onsen/bath we found the reception staff very friendly and willing to help.
The hotel location is conveniently located next to Nakajima Park on the North-South Line, which can be reached in about 5 minutes on foot. The hotel entrance is located on a small road, so it is very quiet without the noise of the highway, and the environment is generally good; the room cleaning is very carefree Very clean. Once I left the camera lens cover in the room, the staff even wiped the ash on top. In addition, the hotel front desk provided a razor, shaving foam, small packing napkins for going out, dhc toner and so on. Mock up sample, safe in room, great hygiene and service.
The only problem was that some facilities in the bathroom were a little aging and cracks appeared under the washstand in the room. But it does not affect the use at all.
In short, the hotel is very cost-effective, which is very suitable for travel.
The standard room is free of extra beds, and there is not much space. The parking is in the public garage opposite the hotel, but I enjoy a discount of 1,000 yen a day for the hotel. I can't see any room with street view on the wall, and after two days of unhappiness, I switched to the Kent Hotel opposite, which is much better than this one
Very close to Sapporo station. 5 minutes walk. It is convenient when moving to the suburbs, and if you ride the jr immediately, it does not cost transportation separately. The facilities were a bit old and I was a little surprised when I first entered the room, but the cleaning was not bad. It was cheaper than other hotels around Sapporo Station or Susukino Station, so the staff were friendly and the sleep was good.
Breakfast, but you can eat very full seafood, there are really few seafood, no highlights, there is nothing common in the hot spring, there are common skin care products, there are only shampoo conditioner and face wash foam without towel Be sure to bring your own. Female soup must deliberately ask for a card with a different color or the door cannot be swiped. The room is small and the wet and dry separation is better for the house. There is parking lot
Room was gloomy (not cozy)and very small for 2 people that you cannot open your luggage properly because of the unnecessary old furnitures inside of it. The bed and pillows were uncomfortable to sleep in. Heater is not enough during a cold winter night. We did not sleep comfortably in this hotel.
Hotel is conveniently located within a stone's throw from Nakajima Koen Station. Getting around town is a breeze. However, if you have a late afternoon flight, you cannot take the airport bus near the hotel as the latest bus is 11.00am. You have to take the subway to Sapporo Stn and then the JR line to Chitose airport. However, this is no issue even if you have big luggages, as there are lifts and elevators in the subway stations. As with other reviews, there is a relative good selection of sashimi for breakfast if you are into raw fish. The cheese and chocolate cakes are very good. The hotel offer complementary coffee from 2 pm in the lobby. For ladies, there is a wide selection of sample pack take-aways such as skin moisturisers, creams, hand and body lotion, hair bands, and hair treatment pack. Do note this is a limited service hotel, ie they don't make your room everyday. But you do get hand and bath towel changes daily, tea bags and mineral water replenished, and of course, the waste bin get emptied too. Overall, we would recommend this hotel for the price, location, and size of the room.