Located in Goryokaku, Guesthouse Hakodate Crossroad is a perfect starting point from which to explore Hakodate. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, bicycle rental are readily available for you to enjoy. Clothes rack, non smoking rooms, heating, internet access – LAN, toiletries can be found in selected guestrooms. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Convenience and comfort makes Guesthouse Hakodate Crossroad the perfect choice for your stay in Hakodate.
Lodging Hamanas II is located in Hokuto and takes about 5 minute by car from Shin Hakodate Hokuto Station Station, near Trappist Monastery and Hachihnonuma. Free WiFi and LAN internet is available in the guest rooms. Guests may borrow hair dryers and kettles at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facility includes a coin laundry. The hotel also has a vending machine corner. The hotel possesses 13 rooms.
The OYO Hotel Sharoum Inn Hakodate provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Hakodate will find that the OYO Hotel Sharoum Inn Hakodate is a fantastic accommodation choice. With JR Goryokaku Station just 800m away and Hakodate Airport only 10km away, transportation is very convenient. Keeping busy is easy, with Kotaishi Denka Gyokei Kinenhi, Hakodate Public Swimming Pool and Tayanoyu all nearby. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
Booked twin room, room 210, larger than the chain hotel in Sapporo, bathroom bathroom and toilet on the right side of the entrance, bedroom on the left, separated by a small corridor, very good. But because it is an old building, the stairs are very high. There are about 40 steps from the lobby to the room, including up and down (first up and down). On the other side of the hotel, there is a kitchen and a large terrace on the 4th floor. I can see the bay and sit comfortably at night. The location is really good, the hotel is a few tens of meters from the beach, and the first sculpture from Hokkaido is only over 100 meters. Take the tram 5 system in front of Hakodate Station to Sugahiro-cho, get off the bus and cross the road. Go back and walk for tens of meters. Go to the church and Hakodate mountain cable car, Jinsen warehouse are walking, Wuling Guo take 5 system Can also come.
The Hakodate Inn Kanzuki * Traditional Building Inn * provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Hakodate will find that the Hakodate Inn Kanzuki * Traditional Building Inn * is a fantastic accommodation choice. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 1km from JR Hakodate Station and 10km from Hakodate Airport. There's plenty to do nearby, with Christmas Card Post, The Hakodate Museum of Kahei Takadaya and Akai Kutsu no Shojo Statue all within a short distance. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
1) Location. In general, I think it is the biggest advantage of this hotel. It is right next to Hakodate Bay. The two-step walk is the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse. It is also very close to Mount Hakodate. Look at the night view. Convenient, it is not too far from JR station (but it is a bit depressed to drag the boxes in winter). Fortunately, the hotel provides a free drop-off service. It will depart every 20 minutes in the morning, and you can make an appointment in advance.
2) Hot spring. If you can't stop at Yunokawa in Hakodate and want to soak in the hot springs, this hotel is quite suitable. There are indoor and outdoor hot springs on the roof. There is also a rooftop lounge where you can eat popsicles. But in general, the hot spring baths are still slightly old. After all, the hotel is not very new, and the large baths have a lot of people soaking at night, which is not very close to the exclusive state.
3) Breakfast. It is said to be one of the best hotel breakfasts in Japan. After experiencing it, I feel that although it is really good, I am afraid that there is a little bit of exaggeration in the first place. The biggest highlight is the seafood risotto, the squid sashimi with Hakodate characteristics, but except for the squid, which is sweet shrimp, salmon, caviar, crab legs, and Hokkaido, there are no advanced sashimi, and I personally do n’t like it Baked rice. But it's very good for those who like it. In addition, other breakfast varieties are relatively conventional, and the style can only be considered OK. It can not be said to be particularly rich. Fortunately, the basic quality is good, not flashy. In general, breakfast is a bonus for guests who choose this hotel, but it is not necessary if you don't stay at the hotel for the so-called daily quota.
4) Rooms. Inherits the characteristics of half of Japanese hotel rooms: small. The twin room is still a bit cramped, if two people live in two suitcases it is difficult.
In general, it is a very good hotel. If you stay in Hakodate for a day and focus on visiting the city center, it is worth choosing.
Very satisfied! Not far from JR station (JR comes out and heads towards the city, after three intersections, look to the right below the elevated road). The hotel continues to go forward to the red brick Aomori. After shopping, it is the Hachiman slope. Going up the slope, it is not far from the Hakodate mountain cable car. The design of the hotel's room is very ins wind. The hot springs on the 14th and 15th floors are amazing, not the kind of hot water baths. It is different from traditional hot springs and has a spa feel! Breakfast is also good. Children with children who are not used to eating seafood in the city are more suitable for dining in the hotel.
I decided to stay because it says on the tripcom website that parking is free, but unfortunately there is a charge. Soon after, trip com was fixed.
New hotel, beautiful service, you can choose pillows and so on.
The others are fine.
I haven't been to a large bath because it is a corona disaster, but there seems to be a large bath too.
Know that with children, the bed was made at check-in. There are three sets of bathrobes and slippers. Although the room could see the railroad tracks, it was quiet. You can see the sea. Convenient transportation. 5 minutes walk to Hakodate Chaoshi, so did not book a hotel breakfast, I feel it is unnecessary. The bus terminal is next to it. The hotel is not tall, but it has everything, newly renovated and facilities are new, but the elevator is super slow and full at rush hours. The area is not large, but if compared with a five-star hotel in Tokyo, the cost performance is higher. Go to Hakodate and recommend!
This Japanese tour lasted for 15 days, from Tokyo to the Northeast and then to Hokkaido through 10 cities. This hotel is the most delicious and delicious of all the hotels we have stayed at! We sat in the Shinkansen after watching the Sleeping Magic Festival Fireworks Festival in Aomori. The hotel is located in the square in front of the new Hakodate Hokuto Station. The hotel is new, the room size and facilities are not said. The window of the room has a wide view and you can see the beautiful mountains (驹岳?横津岳?). Bringing natural hot springs, rich and delicious breakfast, there is a local product hall downstairs, right turn is the station, the mascot at the door (Arctic Bay Sushi?) is very cute. It’s great to stay overnight at the transit station to Hakodate!
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