Where to Stay Overnight in Sapporo

Looking to visit Sapporo but need a place to stay? Our first suggestion is always to check out HAJET’s new Tatami Timeshare program. But! If that doesn’t work for you, you can always check out these places recommended by Hokkaido ALTs. From internet cafés to swank hotels, there should be something here that fits your plans. Just be sure to book early as needed!

Cafés Etc.

Dino’s Café

Info: Clean and comfortable internet café in the basement floor of Don Quixote. Showers can be rented for an extra fee.

Website: http://cafe.sugai-dinos.jp/pc/tanukikoji/

Price: ~¥2,000 / night

Location: Tanukikoji Block 3

Street Address: 北海道札幌市中央区南2条西3丁目6-1


 

Honoka “Komichi”

Info: Ladies-only spa that offers overnight plans. Includes access to a small locker, communal bunk beds on the top floor, and full use of spa facilities.

Website: http://www.yudokoro-honoka.jp/komichi/

Price: ~¥2,500 / night

Location: Tanukikoji Block 2

Street Address: 〒060-0063 北海道札幌市中央区南3条西2丁目15-5


Guest Houses

Guesthouse Yasube

Info: A popular guesthouse close to Nakajima Koen. Also doubles as a café with great coffee. Book early!

Website: http://yasube.jp/

Price: ~¥3,000 / night

Location: near Nakajima Koen

Street Address: 〒064-0810 北海道札幌市中央区 南10条西7丁目6−6


Guest House Enishiya

Info: A guesthouse that’s great for extended stays. Has a cozy atmosphere and very friendly staff. Book early!

Website: http://enishi8.web.fc2.com/2010/index.html

Price: ~¥3,000 / night

Location: near Nakajima Koen

Street Address: 〒064-0808 北海道札幌市中央区南8条西8丁目515


Hotels

 

Business Hotel Norte

Info: Two hotels with good prices and facilities. Hotel Norte also offers parking spaces for a small fee.

Price: ~¥5,000 / night

Locations and Websites:


Nest Hotels in Sapporo

Info: On the upper end of the price spectrum, but are excellent hotels. Highly recommended for those who have the budget.

Price: ~¥10,000 – 15,000 / night

Locations and Websites:


Other Possibilities

NOTE: the following are not recommendations per se. But if you’re still looking for accommodations in Sapporo then this list might give you a place to start. We’ve had no member feedback on these locations so please be careful and do your own research! (And if you do stay somewhere and find out that it’s awesome, let us know and we’ll pass on the word!)

 

JOY-Café

Website: http://www.joy-cafe.jp/sapporo_minamiguchi/

Location: near Sapporo Ekimae

Price: ~¥2,000 / night


Sapporo International Youth Hostel

Website: http://www.youthhostel.or.jp/kokusai/

Location: close to Gakuenmae station on the blue Toho line

Price: ~¥3,500 / night

NOTE: may or may not require a membership (which can be purchased on arrival)


 

Backpacker’s Hostel INO’s Place

Website: http://inos-place.com/e/

Location: near Shiroishi station on the orange Tozai line

Price: ~¥3,000 / night


International Hostel Kaosan Sapporo

Website: http://khaosan-sapporo.com/en/

Location: near Susukino

Price: ~¥2,500 / night


 

Jimmyz Backpackers

Website: http://www.jimmyzbp.com/english/

Location: near Susukino

Price: ~¥3,000 / night


Sapporo Maruyama Guesthouse

Website: http://tsumuri-an.com/english.html

Location: near Maruyama Koen

Price: ~¥3,000 / night


 

Time Peace Apartment

Website: http://tpa.spirallife.jp/english/index.html

Location: near Susukino

Price: ~¥3,000 / night


 

Capsule Inn Sapporo

Website: http://www.capsuleinn-s.com/english/index.html

Location: near Susukino

Price: ~¥3,000 / night


 

Sapporo Inn NADA

Website: http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/sapporoinnnada/

Location: near Susukino

Price: ~¥3,500 / night


 

Sapporo Crescent Hotel

Website: http://crescenthotel.info/

Location: near Sapporo Ekimae

Price: ~¥4,000 / night


 

Mark’s Inn

Website: http://www.marks-inn.com/

Location: near Nakajima Koen

Price: ~¥6,000 for a double room / night (price per room)