Located in the heart of Sapporo, northern Japan's largest city, Best Western Sapporo Odori-Koen provides an ideal base for all types of visitor. Close to Sapporo Station and about 80 minutes' drive from New Chitose Airport, the gateway to the island of Hokkaido, this modern midscale hotel is well-connected and easily accessible. It also lies opposite Odori Park, the green heart of Sapporo which serves as the venue for the city's most famous annual event, the Sapporo Snow Festival. Such a prime position makes Best Western Sapporo Odori-Koen the ideal option for both business and leisure travelers, and all guests are guaranteed a warm welcome - whatever time of year you choose to visit!
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The location of the hotel was great. It was so easy to find. The breakfast was superb! They offer a variety of food from Local to International. The staff of the hotel were so accommodating. We...
By Dax Avel D
Quezon City, Philippines on 28-Jan-2020
Stayed here for 2 nights. It is a smaller scale hotel with cosy ambience which makes it a nice place to stay. Friendly staff and smooth check-in & check-out. We deposit our luggage at the reception...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 09-Nov-2019
Stayed in a very clean, reasonably sized room while visiting Sapporo to watch matches during the Rugby World Cup. Staff were delightful and helpful. Very good value for money. Great location opposite...
Pristina, Kosovo on 26-Sep-2019
New hotel in face of Odori Park, nice location. The bath tab is not tiny in the unit bath room. One thing which I do not accept is their breakfast ; there are many kinds of food in the breakfast, no...
Tokyo, Japan on 03-Sep-2019
Hotel is located in the heart of Sapporo - Odori park. It is 20 min walk from Sapporo JR station. Hotel is new. Rooms are well-equipped. Staff is very kind and skilled. Wi-fi is free and fast.Hotel...
Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access
Free wireless Internet
Computer modem hookups
Photocopy, nominal fee
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
High-speed Internet access
Color television with remote control, CNN® or other 24-hour news station in guest room
2 kilometer(s) from Hokuren Federation, Hokuren Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives has its head office in Sapporo. Established by JA (Japan Agricultural Cooperatives), Hokuren’s activities cover the processing, distribution and sale of agricultural and livestock products, plus the provision of agricultural machinery, tools, fertilizer and feed.
0.6 kilometer(s) from Sapporo Clock Tower, This historic wooden building was built in the 1870s and stands out from modern high-rises of downtown Sapporo. A popular photographic spot, Sapporo Clock Tower was originally built as a drill hall for the Sapporo Agricultural College (now Hokkaido University). It is one of the few Western-style buildings left in the city.
5 kilometer(s) from Mount Moiwa, Located almost in the center of Sapporo, Mount Moiwa is 531 meters high and provides spectacular views of the city below. Visitors can climb up to the mountain's peak on foot, or alternatively take the Mount Moiwa Ropeway and a unique mini cable car ride to the summit, where there is an observation deck and restaurant.
0.5 kilometer(s) from Odori Park, Located in the Chuo-ku area of Sapporo, opposite the hotel, Odori Park is a long open space that divides the city into north and south. Regularly named as one of Japan's best parks, it hosts a year-round calendar of seasonal events including the Hokkaido Marathon, Beer Festival and the famous Sapporo Snow Festival.
4 kilometer(s) from Hokkaido Shrine, Hokkaido-jingu is a historical Shinto shrine which receives a large number of visitors. Located in Maruyama Park, in the Chuo-ku area of Sapporo, it enshrines four "kami" including the soul of the Emperor Meiji. The shrine is said to bring people good luck to people who visit, and is popular during the cherry blossom season.
4 kilometer(s) from Sapporo Maruyama Zoo, Located within Sapporo's Maruyama Park, next to the Hokkaido Shrine, Maruyama Zoo is the oldest zoo in Hokkaido. Covering an area of 22.5 hectares, it is home to approximately 170 different species and more than 700 animals. Attractions include Monkey Mountain, the Kangaroo Hall, Orangutan House and the Animal Science Museum.
20 kilometer(s) from Jozankei Onsen, Jozankei Onsen is located within Shikotsu-Toya National Park, about one hour's drive outside central Sapporo. A popular retreat from the city, the area is nestled between the high cliffs of the Toyohira River and features dozens hot springs (onsens), restaurants and shops. Free foot baths can also be found around the town.
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40 kilometer(s) from Otaru, A port city located 40km northwest of Sapporo, Otaru faces Ishikari Bay and overlooks the Sea of Japan. whilst also being one of Hokkaido's major ports. Known as the "Town of Sushi"
5 kilometer(s) from Sapporo Beer Garden, Originally a sugar factory, the Sapporo Beer Garden is now a dedicated beer house where visitors can sample freshly-brewed draft beer in a charming setting. A range of different beers are available, providing the perfect accompaniment to an all-you-can-eat barbecue dinner. The local lamb is a "must-try" specialty.
1 kilometer(s) from Susukino, Packed with colorful night spots, Susukino is Sapporo's main entertainment district. Located in the Chuo-ku area of the city, Susukino features a variety of bars, restaurants and clubs. To the west of Susukino Subway Station, Norbesa has a Ferris wheel on its roof, while Tanukikoji Shopping Arcade is perfect for retail therapy.
1 kilometer(s) from Sapporo Ramen Yokocho, Sapporo Ramen Yokocho is the famous alleyway that is known as the birthplace of miso ramen, which has become famous across the country. From the eight ramen noodle shops that opened in the area in the 1950s, "Ramen Alley" has grown to become one of Japan's most famous culinary experiences and a popular evening hotspot.