The Best Western Yamagata Airport is an international hotel that delivers contemporary comfort and complete connectivity for all guests, whether they are traveling for business or leisure.
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Perfectly positioned just seven a minute drive from the Yamagata Airport, three minutes from National Route 13 and a two minute walk from JR Sakurambo-Higashine Station, this modern midscale hotel promises an array of amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, supported by Best Western's signature service standards.
For travelers to the ski slopes, hot springs and vineyards of Yamagata Prefecture, and the broader Tohoku Region, the Best Western Yamagata Airport provides the perfect getaway.
Complimentary full breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, hot eggs, hot breakfast meat, other hot items, yogurt, juice, and coffee.
24-hour front desk
Multilingual staff, English and Japanese
Baggage hold, complimentary at the front desk, available 24 hours
Laundromat, coin-operated, 24 hours
Dry cleaning, available 7 days a week except holidays, nominal fee, same day service contact the reception desk by 11:00 a.m.
Express check out
Cable or satellite television
Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; all guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless Internet access
Business center, 24 hours, complimentary
Computer modem hookups
Photocopy, nominal fee
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Parking for the physically challenged
Free parking, 24 hours
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable or satellite television, cable, color, remote control with CNN® or other 24 hour news station
High-speed Internet access
Electrical adapters for international guests
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 0
3 kilometer(s) from Nagaoka, Once a watch bearing manufacturer, Nagaoka has grown to become one of the finest hard-to-cut material processing specialists in the world. The company’s flagship product is the Nagaoka stylus, which is known and loved by classic phonograph fans worldwide.
3 kilometer(s) from Yamagata 3M, Yamagata 3M is the largest Japanese production base for 3M, the American conglomerate. The plant consists of seven sections and manufactures approximately 30,000 different products, ranging from electronic goods to office supplies and healthcare products.
3 kilometer(s) from Sakuranbo Orchard, having opened in 1995, this fruit orchard allows visitors to enjoy picking sato nishiki, takasago and napoleon cherries, hakuho and akatsuki peaches, followed by pears and persimmons in the fall. Located within Fruit Land Ikeda, near the base of Mt. Kashozan, there are also barbecue facilities within the peach and pear orchards.
9 kilometer(s) from Lake Peer Shiromizu, popular with young people and families, this recreational spot features a series of areas dedicated to different activities, including an observatory, athletics facilities, and a multi-purpose zone near a mountain stream. There is also a campsite where visitors can hold a barbecue or Yamagata’s famous 'imoni-kai', outdoor stewing party.
35 kilometer(s) from Zao Onsen Ski Resort, one of the most famous skiing and snowboarding resorts in Japan and a popular year-round hot spring destination. Located just 30-40 minutes by car from Yamagata City, this mountain village is known for its excellent powder snow, with 14 different slopes and 12 courses, the longest of which provides 10km of downhill skiing. There is also a Family Snow Park and the famous Juhyo Snow Monsters, with signs in Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese.
3 kilometer(s) from Tendoshi Shogi Museum, exhibits a range of artefacts relating to 'shogi', also known as Japanese chess. Showcasing the game’s introduction to Japan, shogi pieces from around the world and the artisan craft of making shogi pieces, this attraction provides guests with a deeper understanding of the world of shogi.
30 kilometer(s) from Yamagata City Winery, Yamagata is one of Japan’s main wine areas, with its natural landscape and climate providing the ideal conditions for viticulture. Twelve wineries lie within the prefecture, some of which are unique to Yamagata. For example, one produces wine with wild grapes and another uses a former national road tunnel as its cellar.
Aletta, on premises, buffet, American, open for: breakfast
5 kilometer(s) from Tendo City, The city of Tendo is located in the center of Yamagata Prefecture. Famous for being the traditional center of “shogi” (Japanese chess) and the production of shogi pieces.
5 kilometer(s) from Yamagataken Kanko Bussan, Popular among locals, Yamagataken Kanko Bussan Kaikan stocks a selection of local products including clothes and food. Following a recent refurbishment, aisle space has been expanded and interior lighting improved to make for a more pleasant shopping experience. Located close to Zaou Station, it is currently ranked as the top shopping experience in Yamagata.
5 kilometer(s) from Shoku no Eki,Yamagata Zao, Shoku no Eki is a shopping center that focuses on presenting locally-sourced produce. Operating under the theme 'Delicious, healthy, fun', the outlet aims to create a direct bridge between farmers and shoppers, thereby supporting local agriculture, protecting the local environment and boosting the economy. Shoku no Eki also specializes in traditional local sake, with many varieties available.
5 kilometer(s) from S-Pal Yamagata, S-Pal Yamagata is one of the city's largest shopping malls, selling an extensive range of goods from the latest fashions to cosmetics, food, home goods and more. Located next to Yamagata Station, S-Pal Yamagata features five floors of stores, plus restaurants, bars, Starbucks coffee shops and other key amenities such as ATMs, toilets and baby-changing areas.
300 kilometer(s) from Narita International Airport
400 kilometer(s) from Tokyo International Airport
4 kilometer(s) Yamagata Airport
0.5 kilometer(s) from JR Sakurambo, bus terminal
0.5 kilometer(s) from JR Sakurambo-Higashine Station