The room was a little smaller than I expected but decent size for the price. Location is also good... See full review
Mar 31, 2014
This is a "typical" Japanese hotel, small room, hard bed & hard pillows. The fabric on the chair... See full review
Feb 15, 2014
Situated in Japans northernmost major city "Sapporo", ANA Hotel Sapporo is a landmark for luxury and relaxation coupled with the best of Japanese hospitality. Each of the 412 guest rooms features natural color toning and a comfortable interior, creating an exquisite environment for a pleasurable experience well suited to the business and leisure travelers alike. ANA Hotel Sapporo features 14 banquet rooms of varying sizes to cater to any application. The unique sky banquet rooms on the 23rd and 24th floors and Sapporos largest authentic sukiya-style tatami room coupled with perfectly synchronized sound and lighting, aim to provide the perfect atmosphere for any event. A smorgasbord of restaurants at ANA Hotel Sapporo aims to please even the most fastidious foodie with 6 different offerings bringing everything from French to Chinese cuisine to the table. The Lobby Lounge provides the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the outside world whilst guests can revel in the panorama at the Sapporo View sky lounge. Easily accessible and centrally located, ANA Hotel Sapporo is just a minutes walk from the Sapporo Subway Station and an additional 6 minutes from JR Sapporo Station. The airport bus shuttling to and from the hotel and the New Chitose Airport takes about an hour.
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This cafe is serving international cuisine. You can enjoy buffet for breakfast and lunch.
This is one of the Breakfast served restaurant. You can enjoy buffet for breakfast and lunch.
It's on the 26th floor and you can revel in the panorama at this fancy lounge.
A cafe serves cakes, bread and baked sweets all made in the hotel.
Smoking not allowed. Complimentary WiFi is available for the customers.
You can buy cakes, bread and baked sweets to go at an adjoining pastry boutique.
This is an authentic Sushi restaurant.
Skylounge "Sapporo View"
Inside the bar, soothing jazz and the rhythmic sound of shakers produce a peaceful moment.
Enjoy the changing seasons featured in our original cocktails, as well as the night view extending east and west out of the window.
The extensive food menu is als
A quiet moment, in contrast with the urban bustle outside, is available in this simple space with an off-white based interior, allowing you to enjoy a private time in peace.
The simple combination of coffee and the hotel's original cakes will relieve an
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The room was a little smaller than I expected but decent size for the price. Location is also good just around corner from Sapporo station. If you are used to larger Western rooms, this may not be the place for you but definitely good value.
This is a "typical" Japanese hotel, small room, hard bed & hard pillows. The fabric on the chair was worn & torn (should have been replaced). Bathroom had tub/shower combo, plenty of hot water. Convenient location to Ordori Park & train station,
we walked everywhere. Nice TV, was able to watch Olympic Games.
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Short walk from hotel
Hotel is only 1 1/2 short blocks from Saporro station, we took a cab because it was dark & snowing, but walked there after that.