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Sapporo and the Sapporo Beer Museum are almost inseparable. A holiday here just wouldn't be complete without a visit to this world-famous attraction.
You're going to be surrounded by worthwhile attractions, like the Clock Tower and the Hokkaido University. If you're longing to make the most of your urban adventure, also swing by Hidamari and Odori Park.
Hokkaido Shrine is a revered place for many. While you're there, take in your surroundings and try to practice some quiet contemplation. There's an excellent range of things to do in this destination. A lasting feature of the local skyline, Sapporo TV Tower is not easily missed. Stand at its base, tilt your head back and marvel at this grand historic structure. Still have time to spare? Many big policies have been debated behind the doors of Former Hokkaido Government Office Building. See it from afar or close up on a tour or an open day.
No matter how nice your hotel room is, don't spend your getaway cooped up in your room or lying by the pool. There are so many amazing experiences to be had!
This place has plenty of things to do. Here are some ideas to kick off your trip to Sapporo:
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You can expect an excellent range of accommodation when you jet off to Sapporo. With 98 properties on offer, it won't be too hard securing a nice place to sleep for your cheap holiday or luxury getaway.
The JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo (Nishi 2, Kita 5, Chuo-ku) and the SAPPORO VIEW HOTEL OODORI KOUEN (Nishi 8-chome,Odori,Chuo-ku) are two of the higher-end choices in Sapporo. Book a room at either and you're bound to have some of the nicest amenities in town. If you've done your figures and these don't agree with your budget, don't worry — we've got some more economical options. Have a look at the PREMIER HOTEL -TSUBAKI- SAPPORO (1-1 Toyohira 4-Jo 1-Chome) and the Sapporo Inn NADA - Hostel (9-1016-14 Nishi, Minami 5-jo, Chuo-ku).
Getting ready for your trip to Sapporo? Wondering where you'll be landing? New Chitose Airport (CTS) is a convenient option. Once you've unbuckled your seatbelt and left the gate, you'll be 25 miles from the downtown area.
First time to book on this famous hotel chain in japan. My expectations are so high. Prices range from middle to high. Our room was quite bigger than all the previous hotels we booked in japan. Very clean surroundings from main lobby to rooms. Staff are friendly with some english speaking. Location ...
Extremely convenient location that is connected to the underground of Sapporo and nearby both downtown Sapporo and the train/subway stations. The staff was very helpful and understanding, and spoke excellent English. They were able to adjust our reservation according to our needs. The room itself ...
Western Breakfast should have more options. Overall a good hotel to stay. Nice and very convenient location.
Great location, very closed station, room is clean, updated, large size and very comfortable. According the conditions, very good price we have paid
Very spacious room, especially by Japanese standards. The decor inside was a little dated and the bathroom wasn’t great but serves its purpose. The staff were excellent.
The rooms are small but the price is low. Free coffee downstairs and hot onsen onsite.