Hotels Near Coffeehousen In Kushiro

4.6/5Outstanding105 Reviews
0.02km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
It is close to JR station. It should be within 10 minutes of normal walking. It is very convenient. It is also close to Heshang Market. The hotel is near the Akan Lake tourist bus stop, but the snowy road is generally dragging luggage 15- 20 minutes, when the main snow road is towed, the luggage is heavy, you have to pull hard, little tired, haha ... Zh The hotel is about four stars, not new, but it is clean, the room is spacious, the bathrooms are separated, bathroom amenities and hair dryer are fully equipped, and there is a laundry room on the first floor of the hotel. Clothes can be taken from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm Go to the laundry and drying by yourself. If you do n’t understand the operation, you can go to the front desk for assistance. The service is very warm. The fishing port outside the window has a panoramic view in the morning. It is quiet and beautiful. Zh Breakfast buffet, no need to book in advance or buy tickets at the front desk If you come to Kushiro again, I will definitely book here again. I will go to Heshang Market to buy and buy enough to eat!
FromUS$46.00
4.2/5Very Good1 Reviews
0.27km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
This is an ideal guest house for both tourism and business owing to its central location at a 10 minute walk from Kushiro station and a 5 minute walk from a well-known tourist spot Nusamai bridge.
FromUS$29.00
4.8/5Outstanding32 Reviews
0.28km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
We stayed at CP Kushiro for three nights during our excursions in the area. I've had great experience at most Crowne Plazas in Japan, and despite its remote location, CP Kushiro certainly delivered. The staff greeted us at check-in for being Platinum members, upgrade our room, and offered us drink vouchers for every night of our stay. He even offered to help with our bags (quite rare for IHG properties in Japan except for IC). The room was quite large, had plenty of power outlets and most amenities you would expect from a Crowne Plaza in Japan. While some of the amenities such as the bidet aren't the newest model, everything was sparkling clean. The housekeeping staff also did a great job of only replacing the towels we put in the shower tub. The view from the room was stunning. Being at the corner, we saw the famous Kushiro sunset on one side and the sunrise on the other side. The only minor complaints we had were that the water temperature wasn't very stable, and that the Wi-Fi signal was too weak to use in room (but it was encrypted and very fast in the lobby). We made use of the drink vouchers and visited the top floor bar every night, and were pleasantly surprised that they use champagne for the "sparking wine". The view of the bar was great as well, and the price was quite reasonable. I'd definitely recommend visiting during sunset hours. The hotel is about 10-minute walk from the JR station (650 yen taxi), and there are plenty of restaurants and convenience stores near by. The department store MOO is just across the street, and the airport shuttle departs from there. All the staff we encountered were fantastic and super helpful, and spoken enough English that communication was never a problem. I'd definitely return to CP Kushiro when I visit Kushiro again.
FromUS$68.00
4.4/5Excellent26 Reviews
0.31km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
Toyoko inn is always my best hope! Lived up to normal toyoko inn standards, and that includes the room, service and free breakfast. As for location, about 5-10 minutes walk away from the station, and the harbour. A few eateries around the area, and there are 2 convenience stores on the way from the hotel to the station. There is also a shuttle bus service to the station but we didnt use it since it was just a short and straight walk. Convenient for those who have alot of winter gear though, since this is Hokkaido after all.
FromUS$45.00
5/5Perfect3 Reviews
0.31km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
A tiny room but we expected that. Very well designed with everything a larger room could offer...except floor space. Had a double bed with bunk bed over it. Extremely comfy and pillows of various types were available in the lobby. Free coffee always available. Excellent staff. The room was quiet and had a view of the city. Breakfast was quite plentiful and a bargain considering the price. We got off the airport bus and strolled round the corner to the hotel. The airport bus back to the airport stops right outside. Couldn't be more convenient. Nippon car rental only a few minutes walk away. 100 yen shop Daiso just across the railway. A super budget hotel.
FromUS$49.00
4.6/5Outstanding90 Reviews
0.49km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
The moo station is very convenient. If your next journey is a bus trip, the airport directly bus terminal, it is convenient to look back at the hotel, of course, it ’s convenient for me to take my luggage for 5 minutes on snowy days, I do n’t know how many times I stayed at a hotel in Domi. For that wonderful ramen or the hot spring on the top floor, well, there is an indoor smoking room, breakfast is rich, coffee is delicious, there is a convenience store opposite moo, and a convenience store in the direction of the doorway to jr station, so compare Convenient, I like to go to a place to sleep for a day and adjust, so I stayed for two days. The hotel price is very cheap, the entrance is the coin dance bridge. When the weather is good, the sunset on the top floor is good, beautiful, the city is not small, not many people Everyone is busy going to work to broadcast and busy to broadcast in the whole city. The sound of traffic lights makes me sleep more comfortably. I ca n’t sleep well if I do n’t sleep well. I did n’t take a shower in the room for no special reason. That enthusiasm, politeness, had to respond together, so that people traveling alone are not alone, it is good, if the bus trip is recommended, because today go to Akan Lake moo The mouth is a one-day trip to Lake Akan. I play a few places all the way. The lunch at noon is also delicious. I visited Hokkaido for the third time. This time I came to the east and found it was pretty good. I ’m lazy to go back and forth, and it ’s not expensive. I forgot about one way. It ’s not far, but it ’s not close. Besides, on the Kushiro cafeteria, I went to the old shop on the first day and walked for 15 minutes. There is a branch in 5 minutes. You guys, check it. The same, I did n’t go to eat the next day. I have enough crab sashimi at noon. The service is good.
FromUS$39.00
4.5/5Excellent6 Reviews
0.5km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
It’s okay to look at the evaluation. There is no table and the kettle is very small, but this is very useful in Okayama, and it can be hot 🥛, jr stands straight and you can see 711 and turn left. Breakfast is simple and you can eat full. The bed is small and comfortable for two people. It’s ok to live casually. After all, it’s cheaper and it’s also close to the bridge. There is an internet celebrity cafeteria opposite, which is closed on Sundays 😢
FromUS$35.00
4.5/5Excellent67 Reviews
0.51km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
Comfort hotel never let you down, room is specious and clean as always, they guarantee you a good sleep. The best part of comfort hotel is their half-boiled egg, the main reason I choose Comfort hotel is their compulsory half-boiled egg in the breakfast.
FromUS$45.00
4.6/5Outstanding44 Reviews
0.52km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
This hotel is the best hotel I stayed in this Hokkaido trip. I am very satisfied. Toiletries are complete, and each person has two pairs of wet and dry slippers. There are refrigerators and electric kettles. The front desk staff of the hotel basically speak Japanese, but they will work very hard to answer English questions in English, which is great. The JR train station is across the road from the hotel, and the bus terminal is diagonally across the right side of the road. The hotel’s breakfast is very rich, both Japanese and Western styles, and I have a satisfying meal every morning. Five minutes walk from the hotel on the left is the Washo Market, and five minutes walk on the right is the Kushiro Canteen. However, Kushiro Canteen is not recommended to eat. It will swindle people’s money. I bought two meals of 980, and one of them became when the payment was collected. 1580, mixed in other catering and collected together, but also tax.
FromUS$57.00
4.7/5Outstanding6 Reviews
0.52km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
I’m on the second night of a two-night stay at the Area One Hotel in Kushiro, and honestly, I’m looking forward to checking out. I should preface this review by saying I live in Japan, and have lived here for half my life, more than twenty years, and I speak Japanese. On the day of check-in I drove nearly 500 km from Sapporo. The hotel was easy to find, just a few blocks from Kushiro train station. The car park is across the street from the hotel. After driving all day I was happy to arrive. I walked in with my overnight bag, greeted the receptionist in Japanese and gave her my name. The receptionist answered “Passport please.” This is a common question, and a recent development since the tourism boom that began in Japan about ten years ago. In other words, they didn’t used to ask for it. As a permanent resident here, I gave my normal response in Japanese, “I am a permanent resident.” The implication is, “I live here. I don’t carry my passport around with me.” That almost always suffices since she could see my Japan address and credit card details on the computer, had she bothered to look. But, no. She then asked to see my zairyu card, the card issued to foreign residents by the Justice Ministry, something legally only the police and government officials are supposed to be able to request. I refused. She said that the hotel policy was that foreign residents must show this card or she cannot check me in. Now getting angry, I refused again, saying this hotel is the first to ask to see that card and I already pre-paid in full. And I asked to speak to the manager (to whom I was about to give an earful). She said there was no manager today. Instead, I offered to show her my drivers’ license, and did. But, I asked her if she checks the id of her Japanese guests. From staying at hundreds of hotels here, I already know she doesn’t. I’m a foreigner. I must be a criminal. That’s the implication of all of this. I am not a tourist. I live here. I speak, read, and write Japanese. I own property here and am in a high-status position in this society. If you choose to assume I am a criminal simply on the basis of me not looking Japanese, you can expect my reaction to one of anger. Had this been a positive encounter I would have enjoyed this hotel. The rooms are small but clean and comfortable. The walls are thin, and I could hear the guy in the next room snoring. But, the price point for Kushiro was good, and if you’re lucky you may get a quiet stay. But, until this hotel’s policy changes towards foreign residents, I will not stay here again.
FromUS$39.00
4.9/5Perfect8 Reviews
0.57km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
The photo taken could not be found. I borrowed the street view. The room is a typical compact, nothing to say, but there is no problem. The front desk looks newer. At the time of check-in, I gave a 10% discount coupon to the next-door canteen. This store is very good, especially recommended for all kinds of fish that are baked overnight. It is also very close to the train station and bus station, the key is cheap.
FromUS$27.00
4.6/5Outstanding17 Reviews
0.63km from City Hall Basement Cafeteria Jiro
Location is excellent - just a few meters away from the JR Kushiro station and literally next to the Kushiro Bus terminal. The rooms are extremely small! We booked a twin room that consists of a double bed and an overhead bunk bed. There was hardly room for 2 mid sized and 2 carry on luggage, let alone trying to open the luggage. However, there are generous touches that make up for this. Ladies can enjoy a selection of toiletries (and they are amazingly good) ranging from shampoo, conditioner, hair treatment to various skin care products. These are available at the hotel lobby. I like it that access to rooms are via door code, so no need to worry about losing a key card. There is a selection of pillows too, which may feel odd to the touch but oh so good. Probably had my best sleep in my 14 night trip in this hotel. Yukatas are provided too. There is an onset at the ground floor and a schedule is set for male and female use. I didn't get to try it though, There are 2 washers and dryers at the lobby. The washer is coin operated, Y200 for a cycle. Dryer can be used free of charge. Breakfast is free, and the breads and pastries are pretty good. Also served are traditional Japanese breakfast items like grilled mackerel and Japanese style omelette. Oh - if you don't use the provided toothbrush and return it to the lobby on check-out, you get a free chocolate treat. :-)
FromUS$74.00

Hotels Near Coffeehousen In Kushiro Review

4.8/532 Reviews
We stayed at CP Kushiro for three nights during our excursions in the area. I've had great experience at most Crowne Plazas in Japan, and despite its remote location, CP Kushiro certainly delivered. The staff greeted us at check-in for being Platinum members, upgrade our room, and offered us drink vouchers for every night of our stay. He even offered to help with our bags (quite rare for IHG properties in Japan except for IC). The room was quite large, had plenty of power outlets and most amenities you would expect from a Crowne Plaza in Japan. While some of the amenities such as the bidet aren't the newest model, everything was sparkling clean. The housekeeping staff also did a great job of only replacing the towels we put in the shower tub. The view from the room was stunning. Being at the corner, we saw the famous Kushiro sunset on one side and the sunrise on the other side. The only minor complaints we had were that the water temperature wasn't very stable, and that the Wi-Fi signal was too weak to use in room (but it was encrypted and very fast in the lobby). We made use of the drink vouchers and visited the top floor bar every night, and were pleasantly surprised that they use champagne for the "sparking wine". The view of the bar was great as well, and the price was quite reasonable. I'd definitely recommend visiting during sunset hours. The hotel is about 10-minute walk from the JR station (650 yen taxi), and there are plenty of restaurants and convenience stores near by. The department store MOO is just across the street, and the airport shuttle departs from there. All the staff we encountered were fantastic and super helpful, and spoken enough English that communication was never a problem. I'd definitely return to CP Kushiro when I visit Kushiro again.
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FromUS$68.00
4.7/577 Reviews
Stayed one night on a half board package which cost around£200. Excellent service (valet parking JPY400 per night). One of the ladies on reception spoke excellent English. Japanese style largish room with lake view. Initially set up for seating and then converted to bedding in the evening. Tiny toilet/shower room. Tea and coffee. No where to place luggage as the wardrobe was used to store bedding. Based on room alone it's only 4*. Dinner was an extensive buffet with just about everything you could want. Very busy but very well managed with plenty of everything. Breakfast the same. I even managed to fashion a kind of full English knowing there was a lot of Japanese down the road. The best bit is the outside onsen which is shared between men and women at different times. The front desk will explain when you check in. To get to this you need to go to the adjoining hotel (part of the same building). Don't go to the one in the wings itself which is pretty standard indoor. The outdoor ones swap between the ground floor one and the roof one. Choose these with the grind floor bring the best. I gave it 5* on the facilities and buffet. Not sure we'll get a better onsen in our visit to Japan.
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FromUS$175.00
5/53 Reviews
A tiny room but we expected that. Very well designed with everything a larger room could offer...except floor space. Had a double bed with bunk bed over it. Extremely comfy and pillows of various types were available in the lobby. Free coffee always available. Excellent staff. The room was quiet and had a view of the city. Breakfast was quite plentiful and a bargain considering the price. We got off the airport bus and strolled round the corner to the hotel. The airport bus back to the airport stops right outside. Couldn't be more convenient. Nippon car rental only a few minutes walk away. 100 yen shop Daiso just across the railway. A super budget hotel.
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FromUS$49.00
4.6/590 Reviews
The moo station is very convenient. If your next journey is a bus trip, the airport directly bus terminal, it is convenient to look back at the hotel, of course, it ’s convenient for me to take my luggage for 5 minutes on snowy days, I do n’t know how many times I stayed at a hotel in Domi. For that wonderful ramen or the hot spring on the top floor, well, there is an indoor smoking room, breakfast is rich, coffee is delicious, there is a convenience store opposite moo, and a convenience store in the direction of the doorway to jr station, so compare Convenient, I like to go to a place to sleep for a day and adjust, so I stayed for two days. The hotel price is very cheap, the entrance is the coin dance bridge. When the weather is good, the sunset on the top floor is good, beautiful, the city is not small, not many people Everyone is busy going to work to broadcast and busy to broadcast in the whole city. The sound of traffic lights makes me sleep more comfortably. I ca n’t sleep well if I do n’t sleep well. I did n’t take a shower in the room for no special reason. That enthusiasm, politeness, had to respond together, so that people traveling alone are not alone, it is good, if the bus trip is recommended, because today go to Akan Lake moo The mouth is a one-day trip to Lake Akan. I play a few places all the way. The lunch at noon is also delicious. I visited Hokkaido for the third time. This time I came to the east and found it was pretty good. I ’m lazy to go back and forth, and it ’s not expensive. I forgot about one way. It ’s not far, but it ’s not close. Besides, on the Kushiro cafeteria, I went to the old shop on the first day and walked for 15 minutes. There is a branch in 5 minutes. You guys, check it. The same, I did n’t go to eat the next day. I have enough crab sashimi at noon. The service is good.
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FromUS$39.00
4.7/584 Reviews
A great hotel, with free private hot springs. The food is very delicate. Whether you like it depends on personal taste, but the food is surely enough. It is suggested that you drive by yourself or rent a car in advance. The location of the hotel is a little remote. If time and financial ability allow, it is recommended that you stay for more than two days.
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FromUS$218.00
4.3/535 Reviews
I wasn't expecting a lot from their service since it looks like it's meant for tourists. But I was wrong. Stayed there on 3rd January, town was quiet and most shops are still closed from the New Year. We parked our car literally right beside the reception facing the lake. Front desk guys were fantastic and friendly. We were surprised that most of the guests are locals, so that's pleasant. No sore sight for tour buses. Included dinner and breakfast were fantastic. Onsen bath was also comfortable. They have free welcome tea, coffee, and soft serve! Totally stoked and surprised by the quality.
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FromUS$75.00
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