5 Best Capsule Hotels In Hakata Ward, Japan - Updated 2024

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Referred to as the downtown of bustling Fukuoka, Hakata Ward perfectly balances its heritage with modern urbanity. The area boasts various temples and shrines, including Shofukuji, one of the oldest Zen temples in the country. Other charming shrines that you can check out include Sumiyoshi Jinja and Kushida-jinja Shrine. For its modern urbanity, you can check out its buzzing shopping spots, such as Canal City and AMU Plaza. For gastronomy enthusiasts, the area offers the speciality of Hakata tonkotsu ramen. The region also features Hakatamachiya Furusatokan and Hakataza Theater, making it perfect for art enthusiasts.

If you are planning a solo, budget-friendly stay in Fukuoka, it would be best to stay in a capsule hotel. For options, click here and discover the best capsule hotels in Hakata Ward, Japan.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 14, 2024.

1. The Millennials Fukuoka (from USD 34)

The Millennials Fukuoka features high-ceiling capsules with comfy beds, making your sleeping quarter look cosy and spacious. Select units include an 80-in (203-cm) wall screen on which you can cast your phones and laptops for a stunning movie-watching experience.

The hotel boasts a lobby, where you can lounge and interact with fellow travellers. During happy hours, you can also enjoy free beers from the bar in the lobby. For your workcation, the property has a co-working space, which also includes a billiards table for fun breaks. 

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The Millennials Fukuoka

Wifi Available

Address: Hakata-ku Nakasu 5-2-18

Parking Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities Bar Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift

2. nine hours Nakasukawabata Station (from USD 26)

This capsule hotel is set on the first-floor basement of Hakata Riverain Mall and offers direct connectivity to Nakasukawabata Station. It features cocoon-shaped capsules, making for a compact and comfy stay. For relaxation and lounging, it boasts a lounge equipped with Wi-Fi and power outlets, which also allows you to stay on top of your work. To keep your belongings safe, the property includes lockers. For larger luggage, you can request access to the luggage room.

Apart from overnight stays, the hotel also allows hourly day stays, allowing you to freshen up for a few hours.

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9h nine hours Nakasukawabata Station

Wifi Available

Address: Hakata-ku Shimokawabatamachi 3-1 Hakata Riverain B1F

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Heating Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi

3. HEARTS Capsule Hotel & Spa HAKATA (from USD 31)

HEARTS Capsule Hotel & Spa HAKATA features 62 male-only and 22 female-only comfortable capsules, making for a restful overnight stay for solo backpackers.

During your stay, you can savour local dishes and sake at the on-site cafe and bar. For rejuvenation, the hotel boasts an artificial hot spring in which you can soothe your tired muscles. It also includes a sauna for a detox session. For a hassle-free experience, you can find a bus ticket vending machine, a hotel check-in machine and even a change machine.

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HEARTS Capsule Hotel & Spa HAKATA

Wifi Available

Address: Hakata-ku Hakataekimae 4-14-13

Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Airport shuttle Laundry Internet services Lift Currency exchange

4. First Cabin Hakata (from USD 36)

Directly connected to the subway station of Nakasukawabata, First Cabin Hakata is ideal for solo travellers travelling on a budget.

The capsule hotel features single cabins that include semi-double beds, side tables, TVs and safe boxes. During your stay, you can refresh yourself with a dip in the property’s bath. You can also find a lounge and a cloakroom, allowing you to relax and store luggage. With extensive amenities, such as cabin wear, bath essentials, dryers, makeup removers and lotions, the hotel makes for a hassle-free stay.

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First Cabin Hakata

8.9 User Rating

Address: gate's 8F 3-7-24 Nakasu, Hakata-Ku, Hakata, Fukuoka, Japan, 810-0801

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Laundry Internet services Heating Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi Air conditioning

5. nine hours Hakata station (from USD 28)

A five-minute walk from Hakata Station, this capsule hotel sits in one of the top locations. 

The property boasts a charming and spacious lounge that includes plenty of indoor plants and a large tree. During your stay, you can also soak up the sun on the terrace. For your belongings, you can find lockers and luggage storage. You can also find a 24-hour front desk fluent in both English and Japanese, making it convenient for overseas travellers. To keep yourself hydrated, you can take out drinks from the vending machine.

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9h nine hours Hakata station

Wifi Available

Address: Hakata-ku Hakataekimae 3-22-2

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Heating Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi

Have a hassle-free trip on a budget in Hakata Ward

Capsule hotels in Hakata Ward allow you to explore the area’s tranquil shrines and buzzing shopping spots on a budget. For solo backpackers or a group of friends, this list of the top capsule hotels is ideal for a memorable trip in Hakata Ward and Fukuoka.

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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