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The hotel is grand and nice but cleanliness of the bathroom can be improved. The room which I had stayed in have black color stains on the curtain rod which are very obvious! Overall I think the location is very good since it is very near to Nakajima koen Station. However, the surrounding lack of ...
Good to have free shuttle bus provided. In general, the staff are nice. But, the room is at the corner of the corridor, no privacy if you want to pull up your curtains. In other words, no view at all. I got sick while using the pool and spa as I could not communicate with the staff in Japanese. I ...
A mini bus can pick you up from Kita-Hiroshima station every 30mins which takes about 15mins to get there. Nice facilities with larger then expected room and beautiful view
Great food and hot spring experience at Shogetsu with good facilities and attentive staff though English communication may be a little more difficult
This was 1 of 2 hotels we stayed at during our trip to Hokkaido. The price we paid was a steal during the busy Snow Festival. Our room size (two twin beds that we converted to a king) exceeded our expectations. It was extremely comfortable and quiet, and provided all the amenities we needed. I was ...
Relative to rooms in the other popular cities in Japan, it is rather spacious. And we really appreciate that the hotel has a microwave oven and laundry amenities. If you're looking for a budget hotel with basic amenities covered, come here :)
Check in was quick and clear. Nice and clean capsule/ dorm with personal storage area. Public bath located at the upper floor, with plenty of space to relax/ chat with new friends. Overall, it was a great place to stay.
Spent a night here. Very cosy and clean. Toilet and shower area (no bath tub for the cheapest room that I got) are separate. Aircon was rather warm in the room and couldn't bring the temperature down but my bad for not letting the management know. Had a decent sized hot spring bath, cold bath and ...
We found ourselves in a corner suite/room on the 22nd floor and the view was fabulous. It felt quite deluxe! As a woman foreigner I was treated with great respect by the staff, which did not happen at all hotels I'd visited in Japan.
The room was just average. We had 3 people and got three super single beds, so that was really good. The pillows and bed were the best thing about the hotel. The bathroom was small but had good amenities (shampoo/soap was excellent). The lighting in the hotel was horrible..they didn't have a main ...
The hotel is located right above Sapporo JR. station and major shopping mall. The guest rooms overlook the city of Sapporo with a 360 degree view. Everything I needed was within proximity and found very comfortable.
Bad English-speaking staff at reception and breakfast rooms. Not in line with Japan's national policy in promoting international tourists. Japan is also striving to promote halal tourism. Ana Hotel should thus indicate presence of pork in soups etc. Cleaning staff should not have taken away our personal ...
Take a deep breath and let yourself relax. It's time to take a trip where you can let yourself be unconcerned with everything going on with your life in Sapporo. If you are seeking for high-end accommodations or budget-friendly choices, we can help you find the perfect spot to stay. In fact, this area is so popular that it saw a huge swell of guests that are making it their ultimate spot to unwind. Grab your bags and not your worries to begin your pressure-free vacation.
Once you've checked-in to your resort you can unload your worries as well as your suitcase. Relax and unpack your bags. After that you can make your first appointment to indulge yourself at a nearby spa. After you've indulged yourself by getting a therapeutic massage, rejuvenating within the sauna, or lounging by the pool, you can put on your explorer's cap and discover the hidden gems of Sapporo. Discovering new restauraunts, eclectic boutiques, or an intriguing museum can be one of the many highlights of your holiday. If you're not sure where to begin, meet with your hotel's concierge attendant to get an idea for what Sapporo has to offer. There is no better source than a local to point you to an exciting evening out or to a cafe to sip a few drinks at and relax. Wherever you end up, just be sure to take it easy. Your spa sabbatical shouldn't be anything but wonderfully relaxing.
Delivering plenty of comfortable retreats and and calm ambiances, it's clear why more and more people are choosing Sapporo as their stress-free spa holiday sanctuary.