Hotels Near Sweet Peach Cafeteria In Aomori

5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.15km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
It is due to have opening of a new hotel that offers safe, comfortable and clean rooms at reasonable rates on March 16th, 2020.
FromUS$50.00
4.1/5Very Good16 Reviews
3.55km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
I visited Route Inn Aomori Ekimae in December 2018 with my family. The hotel is conveniently located right in front of Aomori Station and just a few minutes walk away from Aomori's main attraction: Nebuta Museum, A Factory, Aomori Bridge, Hakkodamaru memorial. The hotel must have been built at late 80's or early 90's, but it was kept at prime condition. Room is clean and not excessively small as most japanese hotel rooms are. There's a public bath on the second floor. The bath is quite big. Unfortunately it does not have outdoor pool. Guest would prefer to use the communal bath rather the in-room bathroom. Breakfast is self-served between 6:30 to 9:00. Food variety is limited but it is quite good. Free coffee is available all the time. Staff is very helpful although they speak very limited english. Reception is always available around the clock. Route Inn Aomori Ekimae may not be a fancy hotel, but it is a very good value for money for tourist and business travellers alike.
FromUS$51.00
4.1/5Very Good39 Reviews
3.56km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
I've stayed in other Toyoko Inns and I think they have maintained really good standard across the chain. This one in Aomori is no disappointment. It is easy to find and within 5-minute walk from the station, which is not a problem at all even on a snowy day. The check-in was smooth and I was able to leave my luggage in a room at the lobby before the check-in time (4PM for non-members, one hour earlier for members). The sign of free breakfast was shown at the check-in counter so I had no problem at all getting informed. The room, as with other Toyoko Inn rooms, is spotless and well-equipped with necessities. The bed is comfortable. The window was a bit squeaky due to the snowstorm but at other times, it's fine. The free all-you-can-eat breakfast is standard. Choices are limited but I felt ready for a long day of activities after stuffing myself full with rice, miso soup, egg rolls, potato salad, apple vinegar and coffee. Everytime I went out and in, the staff at the front desk always greeted me with welcome. They were also able to communicate in simple English, which is enough to answer my inquiries. Overall, I enjoyed my stay. It's no 5-star hotel of course, but the price is very affordable, the quality of service is good, and I felt very comfortable staying for 2 nights. Will choose Toyoko Inn when I visit Japan again in the future.
FromUS$50.00
4.1/5Very Good6 Reviews
3.58km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
We are a small ski group visit to Aomori Hakkoda every year. My friends found this hotel last year. So we booked on their official Japanese website a few months ago. This hotel is the best and cost effective that we found in Aomori at the moment . We all enjoyed onsen a lot which located second floor. Room was small but with comfortable jepanese style. I really love the bed mattress sooooooooo much, of course bed lines as well. Basic bath amenities were offered in small bathroom. Meanwhile, All staffs are kindly and helpful. I would like specially thank a hotel staff who named Nakajima, he was very kind and offered a huge assistance via around 20 emails before we arrival. And also a front desk staff who is speak English and ware glasses, tall and thin man, so sorry didn’t remember his name, he helped a lot as well when we arrived hotel in the late night. We definitely will back to this lovely hotel next year! Btw, apologize for my late comments.
FromUS$36.00
4.2/5Very Good3 Reviews
3.6km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
I don't understand these mostly very good ratings here, but this "ryokan" offers only average to low value for money. Positive: ++ good location, very close to Aomori station (not Shin-Aomori where the shinkansen stops!) + good breakfast + friendly, older woman runs the place Average: ~ quite thin walls, you can easily wake up, when someone else e.g. uses the shared restroom ~ roomsize average for Japan but definitly not big Negative: --- only one shower for about 6-7 rooms and maybe max. 15-20 guests -- cleanliness: toilets are almost clean, shower-room is already run down and not very clean, really disgusting are the old mattresses and blankets A place which can only be recommended for low budget travellers.
FromUS$32.00
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
3.65km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
Favorably located in close proximity to the station, it is launch of Hyper Hotels Passage 2nd property upon remodelling.
FromUS$39.00
3.8/530 Reviews
3.66km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
Select inn has certainly seen better days. It was a little shabby. There is a very reasonably priced breakfast but we didn’t have it preferring a set in the town area. The room however was quite large, though the bathroom incredibly cramped. Since I’d paid a similar price for a better hotel in Tokyo I was a little surprised. The staff were pleasant. The hotel is about 10mins walk from the station, there are certainly closer hotels. The centre of Aomori seemed a little quiet and run down which I wasn’t expecting. It is well located though to attractions such as lake Towada and surrounding areas, Osorezan and the Shimokita peninsula. However if you can I’d recommend staying at one of those places. It’s actually a long way on public transport. There are some very nice looking onsen in the Towada area and Shimokita looked great.
FromUS$27.00
4.5/5Excellent20 Reviews
3.7km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
I booked this hotel room during the Aomori Nebuta Matsuri, so I paid three times as much as people usually pay due to the popularity of the event. For that reason I can't say it was good value. But we certainly got everything we could need and weren't disappointed with the service. The room had a decent amount of space, and had a good sized bathroom. The location is great on the main road leading up to the station, making it easy to get around. No lack of food options around the hotel, and we were just around the corner from the matsuri itself. The breakfast was the highlight of the stay, with a huge amount of options that I'm not used to with business hotels. This was my second trip to Aomori and while I liked this hotel, it wasn't worth the premium price we paid. If you can a room in this hotel at a cheaper price, don't hesitate!
FromUS$38.00
4.7/5Outstanding52 Reviews
3.74km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
This hotel is located very near to A-factory, Auga fish market and Nebuta Museum, only about 5 minutes walk. The hotel gives you interesting bath salt (inspired by onsen in all region in Japan) for your own use during the stay as this hotel does not have onsen. For those who are driving, it has a parking lot right outside. The breakfast is located on the top floor which gives you a really nice view of the ocean! They have decent scallop spread as Aomori is famous for its scallop. Also, do try their apple ice cream! Located near this hotel is an eatery called Osanai Shokudo which serves really good scallop meal!
FromUS$37.00
4.7/5Outstanding194 Reviews
3.88km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
Non-Ctrip room types do not indicate no smoking, I got a smoking room, and there was no room available to change on the day. Fortunately, it is relatively new, tastes small, and can be accepted with a baby ~ Breakfast is good, coffee is great, breakfast is free for children under 6 years old ~ It's still a little way to get off the station. It's a bit difficult to drag the boxes in the snow. Others are really good ~
FromUS$45.00
4.5/5Excellent256 Reviews
3.95km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
The nice guy at check- in let me keep my bicycle in the entry way, which I really appreciated since I had a five- night stay. My room, Nr. 806, was a double bed room with a decent- sized work desk, a micro- fridge, a large flat screen TV and not a lot of space left over. Fortunately, it also has a real closet space and a couple of drawers so I didn’t need much of the floor space for my kit after all. The bathroom was good, a Biz Hotel bathroom upgraded with more space and a temperature- control armature for the tub / shower. The mirror is large enough to reflect a politician’s ego, and it is heated so that it does not steam up from taking a shower, a nice touch. The bedding included regular and memory foam pillows and was very comfortable. The area is quiet and the window kips open, so getting a good rest with fresh air is easy. Next to the bed was a charger octopus with myriad connectors to charge your whatever. The room looks east and though there are buildings around, I can see a good bit of the hills beyond. Looking towards the north, part of the Mutsu Bay and the Hiranai peninsula is visible. Higher rooms, _20 through _25, would have a great view of the whole Mutsu Bay and the iconic bridge; remaining odd- numbered rooms (and _18) would have a view towards the west (train station) and see the bridge and the west part of the Bay. Those rooms are a bit larger as well. Breakfast was the best. Really the best. There’s a huge variety, all done in- house. The warm dishes are kept warm. The ingredients are fresh and the highest quality. I have bicycled over 2,000km so far on this trip, from the southernmost point to Aomori so far, and this is the best breakfast buffet I have seen in over thirty hotels on this trip. Best- tasting by far. The breakfast staff are great – very pleasant and positive, even though they are working ten days straight during Golden Week so the customers can enjoy their vacations. The service in the hotel is excellent. The staff helped me phone a ferry that was shut down due to high winds. My Japanese is not so hot, and I could not understand what the clerk on the other end of the line was saying, but the hotel rang them and could make it clear to me. Big help. The location is good enough, 500m from the station, near the main, covered shopping street. There are a couple of hotels a bit more than 1km from the station, but most are closer. The good news is that the restaurants near the station are very touristy. Though there are lots of restaurants near to the JAL City, they are far enough from the station that the tourists get drawn in to other places before reaching this turf. There are a couple of Konbinis within 2 blocks. The tourist information triangle building is very close, and so are the stairs to walk up onto the iconic bridge. The coin laundry had machines that added detergent automatically and washed and dried all in one go, so you did not have to go back down and re- load into another machine. There were hel
FromUS$35.00
4.8/5Outstanding18 Reviews
4.35km from Sweet Peach Cafeteria
My sister and I booked the Richmond for our first night on our Tohoku roadtrip, after a long day of flying. We each had our single rooms upgraded to double rooms, which was good for re-organizing luggage. The only glitch to be aware of is that our rental car navigation system seemed to freak out every time we got near the hotel, unable to figure out the sort of obscure alley-like entry-turn for accessing the garage. Basically, we had to drive around the block a few times before we physically saw where people were driving in/out. Once you find it, the "vending machine" style garage is easy and pretty cheap (about $9/night equivalent). The front desk is on the 5th floor. Our rooms were roomy, clean, and the bedding was excellent (with sufficient extra pillows). There was some street music audible when we arrived (even from 13th floors up) but it seemed to go away by 10. The hotel breakfast buffet was very good. Western/European items included really nice salad, eggs, bacon, potatoes, fried chicken, swedish meatballs, bread, cereal/yogurt. Japanese selections included a noodle and rice bar, tons of really nice pickled items (including some local products), various fish, and soup. Fruit juices included a really nice local Aomori applejuice. The hotel was in walking distance of the waterfront (10 minutes). We also walked to a great katsu restaurant (Yuuji).
FromUS$39.00

Hotels Near Sweet Peach Cafeteria In Aomori Review

4.7/5194 Reviews
Non-Ctrip room types do not indicate no smoking, I got a smoking room, and there was no room available to change on the day. Fortunately, it is relatively new, tastes small, and can be accepted with a baby ~ Breakfast is good, coffee is great, breakfast is free for children under 6 years old ~ It's still a little way to get off the station. It's a bit difficult to drag the boxes in the snow. Others are really good ~
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FromUS$45.00
4.9/55 Reviews
Breakfast and dinner are good, Japanese cuisine. In tatami rooms, guests will make beds when they have dinner. There is a free open-air bath on the third floor, which can be enjoyed by yourself for up to 50 minutes. The hotel is very close to Asamushi Onsen Station and a 10 minute walk to Asamushi Aquarium.
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FromUS$32.00
4.5/534 Reviews
This spa is fairly well-known for having a large mixed (male, female) spa. It was the busiest onsen I have been to. Many people coming and going most of the day. They have a new wing and old wing. New wing has a toilet and sink in the rooms, the old wing has a shared restroom. Either wing requires use of the spa for bath/shower. In addition to the big mixed spa, they also have separated facilities one for male and one for female, both using the same hot spring water (as the mixed bath). The hot spring water leaves your skin soft & silky. Now the inn seems to be under some construction but not sure if that is temporary or permanent. Breakfast was pretty meager mostly Japanese style (sausage, and toast but no eggs).
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FromUS$104.00
4.5/5256 Reviews
The nice guy at check- in let me keep my bicycle in the entry way, which I really appreciated since I had a five- night stay. My room, Nr. 806, was a double bed room with a decent- sized work desk, a micro- fridge, a large flat screen TV and not a lot of space left over. Fortunately, it also has a real closet space and a couple of drawers so I didn’t need much of the floor space for my kit after all. The bathroom was good, a Biz Hotel bathroom upgraded with more space and a temperature- control armature for the tub / shower. The mirror is large enough to reflect a politician’s ego, and it is heated so that it does not steam up from taking a shower, a nice touch. The bedding included regular and memory foam pillows and was very comfortable. The area is quiet and the window kips open, so getting a good rest with fresh air is easy. Next to the bed was a charger octopus with myriad connectors to charge your whatever. The room looks east and though there are buildings around, I can see a good bit of the hills beyond. Looking towards the north, part of the Mutsu Bay and the Hiranai peninsula is visible. Higher rooms, _20 through _25, would have a great view of the whole Mutsu Bay and the iconic bridge; remaining odd- numbered rooms (and _18) would have a view towards the west (train station) and see the bridge and the west part of the Bay. Those rooms are a bit larger as well. Breakfast was the best. Really the best. There’s a huge variety, all done in- house. The warm dishes are kept warm. The ingredients are fresh and the highest quality. I have bicycled over 2,000km so far on this trip, from the southernmost point to Aomori so far, and this is the best breakfast buffet I have seen in over thirty hotels on this trip. Best- tasting by far. The breakfast staff are great – very pleasant and positive, even though they are working ten days straight during Golden Week so the customers can enjoy their vacations. The service in the hotel is excellent. The staff helped me phone a ferry that was shut down due to high winds. My Japanese is not so hot, and I could not understand what the clerk on the other end of the line was saying, but the hotel rang them and could make it clear to me. Big help. The location is good enough, 500m from the station, near the main, covered shopping street. There are a couple of hotels a bit more than 1km from the station, but most are closer. The good news is that the restaurants near the station are very touristy. Though there are lots of restaurants near to the JAL City, they are far enough from the station that the tourists get drawn in to other places before reaching this turf. There are a couple of Konbinis within 2 blocks. The tourist information triangle building is very close, and so are the stairs to walk up onto the iconic bridge. The coin laundry had machines that added detergent automatically and washed and dried all in one go, so you did not have to go back down and re- load into another machine. There were hel
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FromUS$35.00
4.8/518 Reviews
My sister and I booked the Richmond for our first night on our Tohoku roadtrip, after a long day of flying. We each had our single rooms upgraded to double rooms, which was good for re-organizing luggage. The only glitch to be aware of is that our rental car navigation system seemed to freak out every time we got near the hotel, unable to figure out the sort of obscure alley-like entry-turn for accessing the garage. Basically, we had to drive around the block a few times before we physically saw where people were driving in/out. Once you find it, the "vending machine" style garage is easy and pretty cheap (about $9/night equivalent). The front desk is on the 5th floor. Our rooms were roomy, clean, and the bedding was excellent (with sufficient extra pillows). There was some street music audible when we arrived (even from 13th floors up) but it seemed to go away by 10. The hotel breakfast buffet was very good. Western/European items included really nice salad, eggs, bacon, potatoes, fried chicken, swedish meatballs, bread, cereal/yogurt. Japanese selections included a noodle and rice bar, tons of really nice pickled items (including some local products), various fish, and soup. Fruit juices included a really nice local Aomori applejuice. The hotel was in walking distance of the waterfront (10 minutes). We also walked to a great katsu restaurant (Yuuji).
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FromUS$39.00
4.1/56 Reviews
We are a small ski group visit to Aomori Hakkoda every year. My friends found this hotel last year. So we booked on their official Japanese website a few months ago. This hotel is the best and cost effective that we found in Aomori at the moment . We all enjoyed onsen a lot which located second floor. Room was small but with comfortable jepanese style. I really love the bed mattress sooooooooo much, of course bed lines as well. Basic bath amenities were offered in small bathroom. Meanwhile, All staffs are kindly and helpful. I would like specially thank a hotel staff who named Nakajima, he was very kind and offered a huge assistance via around 20 emails before we arrival. And also a front desk staff who is speak English and ware glasses, tall and thin man, so sorry didn’t remember his name, he helped a lot as well when we arrived hotel in the late night. We definitely will back to this lovely hotel next year! Btw, apologize for my late comments.
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FromUS$36.00
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