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Portom International Hokkaido
4.9/5188 Reviews

Portom International Hokkaido

Chitose|4.52km from city center
We have stayed at hotels located in or very near major airports. Some have been good, but we have found those actually in the airport usually practice treating guests as prisoners who don’t have other good options. Service there is usually average at best and care of the property is often marginal. Not so with the Sapporo Portom International. We wish every major airport in the world had a hotel just like it. It is new, modern, comfortable, well maintained, and run by a professional helpful staff. Our room was a Superior Twin, a typical shoe-box shaped hotel room, this one on the big side. Those who frequent hotels know the typical shoe box room will suffice as long as it’s clean and the water is hot, but you also probably notice some owners do a lot more than others with their rooms to make guests comfortable. This room has all the latest high tech, from lights to tv to curtains to outlets for charging. There’s a safe, fridge, and nespresso coffee maker. The bathroom has a little wet room with separate tub and shower. However, unlike many Japanese hotel wet rooms we encountered, the shower was western style (rather than the onsen-style with both shower and faucet, sitting stool and big bowl). However, if you want an onsen bath, the real thing can be accessed on the 4th floor of the hotel where there is everything you need to cleanse and then soak in a public bath of hot mineral water. The hotel also appears to be designed to facilitate quiet and rest. It’s purposely dimly lit and located at one end of the international terminal away from other airport services. It has black-out curtains. The location, which helps keep it quiet, is about 15-minutes' walk from the domestic terminal where most of the airport’s services are located (just a Lawson's convenience store nearby the hotel as well as a Visitor Welcome Center type place). Even if your itinerary doesn’t take you to the domestic terminal side of the airport, if you have time, you’ll likely want to peruse the many shops and restaurants over there. If you’re technology challenged, make sure to quiz the staff member who accompanies you to your room on room features and how they work. At checkout we were provided an airport cart and they loaded our luggage on it for us. This cart together with moving walkways between the international and domestic terminals removed a lot of the burden of crossing the airport on foot with luggage. We wanted to avoid rushing from the Sapporo city center to catch a 40-minute train or taxi to the airport for an early morning flight. The Sapporo Portom International was perfect, plus it afforded us a final onsen experience in Japan. Please build more.
Lake Shikotsu Tsuruga Bessou Ao No Za
4.5/522 Reviews

Lake Shikotsu Tsuruga Bessou Ao No Za

Chitose
I stayed in the Bon Festival for a long time. It is only the highest peak of the Tsuruya Resort, and it is very luxurious such as decoration in the building. It was a space like an art museum such as a stacked wall in the lobby and earthenware and sculpture owned by the museum. The room uses suite sky resort. There are main roads and parking lots in front of you on the top floor of the 4 floor, but the view was good with the panoramic view of Lake Shiho and the distant mountains. The room was also a room with a room of 100 ㎡ over 々, and the open-air bath was satisfied with a large bath where four adults put in. All inclusive service allows you to eat all sake, drinks and snacks. I also handled champagne and ordered it many times during my stay. The meal is Japanese kaiseki and iron plate yaki, and it is also used in two places. We used high-class ingredients such as seasonal ingredients and sea urchin kinki, and it was delicious. The service side needs to be improved a little. * Compared to the previous time, the weekend was full, and the timing of the arrangement was slow. * Taxi arrangement time mistake (it was good because I checked in the morning and was in time...) * I bring it with a bottle without ice pale or plug at the time of champagne request... * It is the second stay this year, but I was asked to describe the inn book I received the impression that some men at the front desk were unfriendly & I couldn't get a little cooperation. Just a comfortable stay to cover it, so I would like to use it again.

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Shikotsuko Daiichi Hotel Suizantei
4.6/565 Reviews

Shikotsuko Daiichi Hotel Suizantei

Chitose
Mr. Daiichi Hotei has used it many times in Jozankei, but he used Suizantei in Lake Shikotsu, which he had been interested in for the first time. Room ・・・ Deluxe Twin Room Japanese people are happy with the small tatami space, so you can relax slowly. The water area was renovated and beautiful. However, is the glass in the room from the previous customer? It was dirty and I felt uncomfortable and couldn't use it. Supper ・・・ I used seasonal ingredients from Hokkaido, and I was very satisfied with the number and taste of the items. This was made of homemade tofu, and the soy milk was sweet and delicious. When I made a reservation, I was lost in the 8-minute or 10-minute course and decided to take the 8-minute course, but it was a good amount for me. The speed of serving the food was also suitable for us who did not drink alcohol, and we were able to serve the food at the best timing. The explanation of the food was also solid, and I had a good time. At this time, I had a supper for a night meal. It's a nice service like a lunch box. I had a midnight snack in my room. Breakfast ・・・ There were several kinds of homemade tofu, and the taste of tofu was strong and delicious. However, it was a pity that one plate of fish was cold and hard. Hot spring ・・・ It seems that it is a hot water with beautiful skin, and the thick and soft hot water makes the skin smooth. There is also a free ice candy in the large communal bath, which is a nice service after the bath. This hotel has rooms with hot springs, and the large communal bath is small, but it was not crowded. I also had a specialty water coffee in the lounge the next morning. I used Shikoko Suishantei for the first time, but the staff 々 kept smiling, and the hospitality was very transmitted, and I was able to stay slowly. Also, it became 1 of the hotel I want to visit again.

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AME NO HI TO YUYAKE
3.3/54 Reviews

AME NO HI TO YUYAKE

Chitose
Five sets even if there are many days. Inn that can experience non-daily life. There are few places where you run inn below the room anywhere in the country. Moreover, if it is a private management inn, it is still an inn operated by the first group, so the group service can be received. The inn of this club itself is a villa that I visited after a long time in the villa purchased with the assets that I had installed in the bubble period, not the cheap villa. Therefore, it is a retro building in Showa, so you can't see video television such as WIFI, Internet, NetFlick. However, you can experience a nostalgic bubble jacuzzi bus in the Showa period. There were many such inn in the bubble age. It is a bubble bus like a member Alpha Resort Thomas. Also, because it is only five pairs a day, the off-season of weekdays is highly likely to be a pair. I had only one pair experience this time. I was able to experience the feeling of my home villa. Good point 1. You can experience a private feeling. 2. Butler Shionoya, who can easily pick up and drop off to the main building, is very easy to ask and the work is smooth. 3. Fruit liquor, wine, soft drinks are free to drink, beer is free to drink at dinner Service that is unbearable for liquor lovers. If you drink in a lounge of 1000 yen a cup, the smallest room substitution here becomes light. 4. I didn't expect it at all because I had a casual dining, but I can enjoy the Italian course. And there were many dishes that matched beer. I think that if you are a woman, you can't eat everything. 5. There is a lounge and a bar counter, so you can enjoy the atmosphere of drinking at the hotel bar. Especially if it is a rental, it feels like I made a rental bar relaxing while listening to music, and the satisfaction gauge rose. 6. The clouds right next to the lounge were good, the atmosphere was good, the meal and the scenery were enjoyed. The view from the corner from the cloud is the best. You can see the lake without going to Lake Shiho. Bad point 1. Unfortunately, the facilities are old, the buildings in the bubble era of Showa are operated as they are in the Showa period, and the deterioration is conspicuous in the facility 々. The latest facilities are Tsuruma Group on the face, but compared to that, it seems that the person born in Heisei and Ryowa 々 feels inconvenient with the facilities that are not familiar with it. 2. The deterioration of the bed bedding is also severe, but at least I want a low repulsion pillow and mattress. 3. It is a pity that the number of towels is a pair from the beginning. At least I want one 2 pairs. 4. I saw the impression that the fish had a smell and was not very fresh. It should be made to be a dish that does not provide fish halfway and does not smell much as meat or western food thoroughly. I often eat fresh fish from usual, so I was quite worried about that point.5. When I enter and exit the bubble bus, I feel very difficult for the elderly to enter and exit. I may be injured if I am poor. There is no railing, so there is a fear of fall and injury. The bad thing is the subjectiveness of the individual. I visited quite worried because there was a pretty bad criticism in this writing, but I actually felt good to stay. It was an inn that I wanted to stay for those who wanted to experience a quiet non-daily space and those who spent a miscellaneous daily life. The last staff I left an impression, Mr. Butler Shionoya, and Mr. Yamazaki in the main building. I will take care of you next time.

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Portom International Hokkaido
4.9/5188 Reviews

Portom International Hokkaido

Chitose|1.08km from city center
We have stayed at hotels located in or very near major airports. Some have been good, but we have found those actually in the airport usually practice treating guests as prisoners who don’t have other good options. Service there is usually average at best and care of the property is often marginal. Not so with the Sapporo Portom International. We wish every major airport in the world had a hotel just like it. It is new, modern, comfortable, well maintained, and run by a professional helpful staff. Our room was a Superior Twin, a typical shoe-box shaped hotel room, this one on the big side. Those who frequent hotels know the typical shoe box room will suffice as long as it’s clean and the water is hot, but you also probably notice some owners do a lot more than others with their rooms to make guests comfortable. This room has all the latest high tech, from lights to tv to curtains to outlets for charging. There’s a safe, fridge, and nespresso coffee maker. The bathroom has a little wet room with separate tub and shower. However, unlike many Japanese hotel wet rooms we encountered, the shower was western style (rather than the onsen-style with both shower and faucet, sitting stool and big bowl). However, if you want an onsen bath, the real thing can be accessed on the 4th floor of the hotel where there is everything you need to cleanse and then soak in a public bath of hot mineral water. The hotel also appears to be designed to facilitate quiet and rest. It’s purposely dimly lit and located at one end of the international terminal away from other airport services. It has black-out curtains. The location, which helps keep it quiet, is about 15-minutes' walk from the domestic terminal where most of the airport’s services are located (just a Lawson's convenience store nearby the hotel as well as a Visitor Welcome Center type place). Even if your itinerary doesn’t take you to the domestic terminal side of the airport, if you have time, you’ll likely want to peruse the many shops and restaurants over there. If you’re technology challenged, make sure to quiz the staff member who accompanies you to your room on room features and how they work. At checkout we were provided an airport cart and they loaded our luggage on it for us. This cart together with moving walkways between the international and domestic terminals removed a lot of the burden of crossing the airport on foot with luggage. We wanted to avoid rushing from the Sapporo city center to catch a 40-minute train or taxi to the airport for an early morning flight. The Sapporo Portom International was perfect, plus it afforded us a final onsen experience in Japan. Please build more.

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Kyukamura Shikotsuko
4.3/59 Reviews
This hotel is actually a resort hotel, and its location is beside Lake Shikotsu in National Park. If you catch up with the good season, the scenery there is absolutely good. The hotel is on the hill, very quiet, the service is super good, treat you as a VIP. Dining is authentic Japanese-style meals, the quality of materials is extremely high, if it is a holiday and leisure, it should be a good place. The only disadvantage is that the traffic is limited because the hotel does not provide buses to pick up at the airport or train station. There is a municipal bus stop near the hotel. It takes ten minutes to walk from the hotel down the mountain to the station. 5 minutes by car, this is perhaps the lowest cost a hotel can do. However, the journey from the city bus to the train station or the airport requires tourists to bear their own costs for a single trip of 1300 yen. The transportation costs in Japan are expensive. It may be like this. It takes less than an hour on the road. This is One. Secondly, in addition to the high cost of city buses, the time limit is very large. There is no shuttle at 4:30 pm. Once you go out and miss this point, you want to return to the hotel, or if you want to go to the hotel on the first day, only If you can take a taxi, the cost will be higher, at least three times the cost of the bus. Unless it is self-driving, it is recommended.
Hotel Livemax Budget Chitose
3.7/541 Reviews
This hotel is about a 15-minute walk from JR Chitose Station. It's in a place like a bar, but most of the shops are closed due to Corona and I was able to spend a quiet time. The room is basically equipped with TV, refrigerator, Wifi, a large number of outlets. The bath feels quite old in the unit bath, so if you are concerned, you may want to be careful. There are several restaurants and convenience stores around the hotel, so I don't think you will have any trouble eating. It's a long walk from the station, but I think you can consider using it depending on the price.
Lakeside Villa Suimeikaku
4.7/59 Reviews
Lake Shikotsu is the northernmost ice-free lake in Japan. It has a charming view. The area of the lake is more than ten times the size of West Lake in our country. It is surrounded by four large mountains and surrounded by virgin forests. There are not as many tourist groups as Lake Toya. It is atmospheric, quiet and beautiful. . It coincides with the opening of Lake Shikotsu Ice Sculpture Festival, 300 yen per person, three minutes walk, worth visiting at night. From the north gate of Sapporo Station, there is a white, blue and green wing bus that can pick you up to the hotel for a fee. The Italian cuisine for dinner is more delicious than I thought. There are eight hotels in total, and each family can reserve two outdoor baths for one hour each. As a hot spring hotel, the full suit of the waiter is a little weird. In fact, the restaurant owner changed his job to provide hotel services. The details are still different from the old hot spring hotel, and they are not listed one by one. A reminder, don’t live in Marukoma at Lake Shikotsu. It’s just a lonely hotel on the westernmost bank. There are dozens of Chinese tourists who flew out during the wing pick-up. There are no Japanese! There are densely packed hotels on the east bank, as well as the Ice Sculpture Festival, the cruise ship dock and the hot spring street to stroll around. If the weather is good, you can enjoy the sunset. To sum up, if Cuiming Pavilion can book the only lake-view hot spring room, it is worth it. If you can't book it, then consider Song of Water. I don't think it is cost-effective near 4k here.
Jr Inn Chitose
4.4/5131 Reviews
Likes: Hotel allows you to choose the type of pillow you would like - there is a rack on display at the hotel lobby and you can just take what you prefer! Good choices too - e.g. down pillow, sponge pillow etc. JR Inn Chitose is very centrally located just next to the Chitose JR Station. There are two 7-Elevens just outside the hotel - very convenient for buying breakfast items which you can then microwave back at the hotel on Level 2. There is also an indoor hot bath on Level 2 of the hotel. There is free parking on site if you have a car. The room is very clean, about the size of other Japanese hotel rooms. Toilet is Japanese-size but very clean and well appointed. Disliked: Breakfast option at the hotel is very limited. There is a Yayoi restaurant next door to the hotel and connected by an internal door. From early morning, the Yayoi only serves hotel guests and it has a basic breakfast set menu for 900 yen. Price is ok but the set doesn't taste so good. Can try once but after that you may probably prefer 7-Eleven!
Hotel AreaOne Chitose
4/564 Reviews
We used it for the previous night of airport use. The hotel itself feels a bit old, but the cleaning was a neat impression. There is also a large bath where you can use towels freely, and the amenities are firm, so you can take a bath and sleep without preparing your own bath. You can stay without spreading your luggage. Also, breakfast was more substantial than I thought for the size of the hotel. The airport transfer was a reservation system until the day before, but it was comfortable to send it smoothly. However, there are at least two showers for the above public baths, and there is only a small bathtub in the public bath. The time when it was crowded was a little narrow. In addition, the dressing room of the onnayu is a specification that the guest locks every time, but there are many things that are not protected 々, and the child suddenly opens the dressing room of the onnayu / the door is half open I did. It was a very uneasy making as a user side ... I think it is safe to avoid using it by one woman based on the location. It is not directly related to the accommodation itself, but it seems that the soundproofing of the room is low, and it is heard to the alarm sound of the nearby room, the scream of the child, and the fool of the employee who seems to be waiting in the linen room. I thought it was not a very secure environment, so I really sleep and eat breakfast, but I think it is just a good hotel.
Portom International Hokkaido
4.9/5188 Reviews
We have stayed at hotels located in or very near major airports. Some have been good, but we have found those actually in the airport usually practice treating guests as prisoners who don’t have other good options. Service there is usually average at best and care of the property is often marginal. Not so with the Sapporo Portom International. We wish every major airport in the world had a hotel just like it. It is new, modern, comfortable, well maintained, and run by a professional helpful staff. Our room was a Superior Twin, a typical shoe-box shaped hotel room, this one on the big side. Those who frequent hotels know the typical shoe box room will suffice as long as it’s clean and the water is hot, but you also probably notice some owners do a lot more than others with their rooms to make guests comfortable. This room has all the latest high tech, from lights to tv to curtains to outlets for charging. There’s a safe, fridge, and nespresso coffee maker. The bathroom has a little wet room with separate tub and shower. However, unlike many Japanese hotel wet rooms we encountered, the shower was western style (rather than the onsen-style with both shower and faucet, sitting stool and big bowl). However, if you want an onsen bath, the real thing can be accessed on the 4th floor of the hotel where there is everything you need to cleanse and then soak in a public bath of hot mineral water. The hotel also appears to be designed to facilitate quiet and rest. It’s purposely dimly lit and located at one end of the international terminal away from other airport services. It has black-out curtains. The location, which helps keep it quiet, is about 15-minutes' walk from the domestic terminal where most of the airport’s services are located (just a Lawson's convenience store nearby the hotel as well as a Visitor Welcome Center type place). Even if your itinerary doesn’t take you to the domestic terminal side of the airport, if you have time, you’ll likely want to peruse the many shops and restaurants over there. If you’re technology challenged, make sure to quiz the staff member who accompanies you to your room on room features and how they work. At checkout we were provided an airport cart and they loaded our luggage on it for us. This cart together with moving walkways between the international and domestic terminals removed a lot of the burden of crossing the airport on foot with luggage. We wanted to avoid rushing from the Sapporo city center to catch a 40-minute train or taxi to the airport for an early morning flight. The Sapporo Portom International was perfect, plus it afforded us a final onsen experience in Japan. Please build more.

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Highest PriceUS$6,145
Lowest PriceUS$23
Number of Reviews 2,043
Number of hotels77
Average Price(Weekday Night)US$324
Average Price(Weekend Night)US$346

Chitose hotel stays and independent tour guides

New and popular hotels in Chitose recommended by Trip.com. There are many discounted hotels on Trip.com. Chitose may not be a metropolis, but there are still great hotel options on Trip.com. Chitose is not a big city. When traveling here, you can choose to stay in hotels around the city center.

Every day, travelers worldwide arrive at New Chitose Airport to start their vacations and business trips in Chitose. Besides flying, taking a train to JR Bibi Station is one of the other major methods of transportation.

Although Chitose is not a large city, there are still hotels with great value for your money. When looking for hotels in Chitose, there are likely good options at a nightly budget of just 111 USD. There are 1 five-star hotels in Chitose at an average price of 317 USD per night. There are 2 four-star hotels in Chitose at an average price of 122 USD per night. There are 12 three-star hotels in Chitose at an average price of 104 USD per night. There are 3 two-star hotels in Chitose at an average price of 35 USD per night. There are not many well-known chain hotels in Chitose, but staying at a unique local hotel will make you feel at home. Crowne Plaza is the most popular brand among tourists. Crowne Plaza is the top choice of many travelers in Chitose. Crowne Plaza Ana Chitose is one of the most popular hotels in Chitose. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Chitose Station Hotel.

In the city center of Chitose, you'll have easy access to Chitose Salmon aquarium. For short trips in Chitose, Okotanbeko Lake, Lake Shikotsu are all good options. The most famous attractions locally are Doraemon SkyPark, Hokkaido Hakone Farm. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like Hello Kitty Japan, AEON Chitose, Chitose Outlet Mall Rera to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

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