The capital of Hokkaido and the fifth-largest city in Japan, Sapporo is popular for its beer, skiing, and the huge ice sculptures of the annual Sapporo Snow Festival. A dynamic urban city, Sapporo offers plenty of things to do as well as stylish cafes, multiple restaurants, an abundance of shopping, neon-lit nightlife, and more. The city is not only a transit hub for Hokkaido’s mountains and hot springs but the attractions are good enough to keep visitors glued to the city for days. Summer is the time for beer and food festivals and February is famous for the Snow Festival. Sapporo hogged the media limelight in 1972 when the Olympic Winter Games were held here. While enjoying your holiday, be careful about the place you are going to spend your nights in. In order to feel comfortable, check out these luxury hotels in Sapporo.
Hotel Monterey Edelhof is a 5-star hotel in Sapporo that offers world-class services and excellent accommodations. This property is the ideal place to spend a holiday or vacation with your loved ones. Each of the rooms is equipped with a heating and cooling system for your utmost comfort and comes complete with amenities such as a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and an air purifier.
If you stay at this accommodation, you’ll have access to the expansive public bath, sauna, and massage treatment options that are provided by Karlovy Vary Spa, which is located on the premises.
Wondering where to stay in Sapporo? If this is the case, you should consider staying at Hotel Emisia Sapporo, which provides excellent services and luxurious accommodations. It is close to several popular attractions, including the Sapporo Clock Tower and Odori Park, which is a 30-minute train ride away. At this 5-star property, all of the rooms are air-conditioned and come equipped with a flat-screen television, complimentary toiletries, a tea set, and an electric kettle for your comfort and convenience.
Conveniently connected to sightseeing attractions, the underground walkway from Sapporo Station to the hotel doorstep offers easy access to the hotel, irrespective of the weather outside. The air-conditioned rooms are big and equipped with a TV, refrigerator, a work desk, slippers, and toiletries. The hotel has a Memorial Library, which also serves as a museum.
The Japanese and western food at the breakfast buffet is quite good and the Sapporo Grand’s restaurant offers fresh seafood, fine wines, and international specialties. A discount for the buffet breakfast is at the front desk, if approached before stepping in the restaurant. The Northern Terrace offers a dessert buffet and the Lobby Lounge Mizar features a fireplace. The staff is friendly, courteous, and accommodating.
This nicely decorated hotel is located just a few blocks from Sapporo JR Station, the Clock Tower, Odori, and within walking distance to Susukino. The hotel features cleaning services, comfortable rooms with free WiFi, and large public baths with outstanding city skyline views.
The air-conditioned rooms have a stylish bathroom, an LCD TV, a fridge and tea/coffee. The restaurant “hache by Haruhoro” offers Italian and French cuisine with a blend of local food culture and ingredients.
With excellent all-weather access to shops, the location of this hotel next to Sapporo JR Station and the bus terminal at ESTA is excellent. Stellar Place, Daimaru, Apia & Paseo at the station offer great shopping opportunities. Several restaurants are on the eighth floor of Daimaru and the sixth floor of Stellar. The comfortable air-conditioned rooms feature a fridge, a flat-screen TV, a safety deposit box and an en-suite bathroom with a hairdryer.
The hotel has four dining options: the 35th floor Tancho Sky Restaurant offers Japanese dishes, featuring seasonal local ingredients, while Sky J Restaurant and Bar offers western dishes and a spectacular night view. Mikuni Sapporo serves French cuisine and Cafe Serena serves light meals.
This hotel is in a good location, just a couple blocks away from the Subway station that takes you to Susukino, Odori, and Sapporo. The hotel offers modern accommodation with a hot-spring bath, a Japanese specialty restaurant, and massage services. All rooms are fitted with a fridge and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
The en suite bathroom comes with a yukata (Japanese-style bathrobe). Recreation options include a hot tub and a sauna. Guest rooms offer both air conditioning and heating facilities. The buffet breakfast is great, with three types of breakfast to choose from: a Japanese set menu or an international buffet.
This 5-star hotel is located very near the Odori Subway Station. It features five dining options, a massage service, a hair salon, a bridal store, a photo studio, a souvenir shop, and free WiFi/wired internet in the rooms.
In the Restaurant Continental, you can order dishes from the Western culinary tradition, and at Suginome, you can sample dishes from the Japanese culinary tradition. Cantonese cuisine is served at the Toh-ka-lin restaurant, and Lounge Precious is a venue for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Hotel Okura Sapporo
Address: Chuo-ku Minami 1-jo Nishi 5-chome
Newspapers Vending machine (drinks) Non-smoking rooms Fax/photocopying Currency exchange Gift shop WiFi Available Meeting/banquet facilities
With a few minutes’ walk from JR station, eateries, and just two stations from Stellar Place, a great shopping mall, this hotel is in an excellent location. The clean rooms are equipped with modern furnishings, a sofa, a kettle, coffee, and tea. The bathroom is quite spacious, and it has a bathtub.
The restaurant at the hotel, named Nord Livina, serves a traditional American breakfast and provides free coffee from 3:00 pm until 11:00 pm. In addition, there is a complimentary shuttle service to the nearby wholesale market.
Located on the riverbank of the Toyo Hiragawa River, rooms of the Tsubaki Sapporo Premier Hotel have satellite TV, a personal safe, and minibar facilities. A separate bathtub and shower are in the en-suite bathrooms and baby cradles are available free of charge.
There are four restaurants on the premises, and between them, they serve a variety of Chinese, Japanese, and other international cuisines. The Coffee Lounge, the Deli Cafe, and the pub all offer alcoholic beverages for guests to enjoy.
Close to the Sapporo train station, the Sapporo Royton Hotel is within a three-minute walk from Odori Park, the venue of the Snow Festival in the winter and the Yosakoi Soran Festival in summer. The spacious rooms feature carpeted floors, a desk, a safety deposit box and nightwear. An electric kettle is provided to make green tea.
The en-suite bathrooms have a hairdryer and slippers. Yamato offers Japanese dishes, while Banri serves Chinese cuisine. Bar Crest offers seasonal cocktails and Cafe Trianon serves a breakfast buffet, lunch, and light meals. The breakfast buffet has lots of choices and the staff is quite friendly.
This hotel is in a great location, with lots of reasonably priced dining options in-house. It offers an indoor pool and rooms have free Wi-Fi, massage services, laundry, dry cleaning, and a fitness center for an additional cost. All the rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an air purifier, and tea/coffee making facilities.
French cuisine is offered at the Ambrosia Restaurant. Japanese Dining Miyama and Hokkaido Specialities offer Japanese delicacies while Cross Vault Bar offers drinks. The buffet at Glass Seasons restaurant is superb and at an unbelievable price. The staff is quite attentive and helpful.
Located next to Nakajima Park and within walking distance to the city center, the Park Hotel offers comfortable rooms with free WiFi. The rooms are equipped with satellite TV, a radio, and minibar. With its own shopping arcade, featuring a beauty salon and boutique, the hotel has a feel of grandeur. Aromatherapy, massage, and bicycle rental are also available.
The hotel has four dining options and restaurants serve a variety of dishes, specializing in Italian, Chinese and local cuisine. The hotel also features two terrace restaurants and room service is also provided.
City of the famed Snow Festival
City of the famed Snow Festival, urban Sapporo city offers stylish cafes, multiple restaurants, shopping in abundance, neon-lit nightlife and more. Summer is the time for beer and food festivals and February is famous for the Snow Festival. The city has numerous attractions to keep visitors glued to the city, for days.
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