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Service was mediocre - early check in was charged 2000 yen per hour! most places charge 1-2000 yen per 2 hours. Breakfast buffet was below average, nothing like the picture on the website. Location was ok because we like walking - but keep in mind that it's at least 15 minutes walk to the main Nijo market and 20 to Odori park area. So we walked a lot. Not much to do in the immediate surroundings. Public bath was above average and I enjoyed the sauna but I wouldn't stay here again.
Over priced - prices were inflated during the Rugby World Cup and this was not good value. The hotel looks modern outside but the rooms are simply old - maybe 20 years old. Small with dirty carpets and worn furniture. Breakfast was poor - the main restaurant closes at 9.30am - can you believe that? The second restaurant closes at 10.00am but at 9.45am there was virtually no food left with a lot of people trying to get the staff to get more out. When scraps appeared there was quite a scrum just to get a croissant. Limited TV channels - nothing international. Check out is 11.00am sharp and any late check out costs approx USD20 per hour which is a rip off when the rooms are already over priced. The location isn’t great. It’s just beyond the central area of bars and restaurants and there will be numerous hotels better placed near the main areas of action that don’t require you to get the metro/subway. There is nothing Premier about this hotel so can’t recommend it - sorry.
We were a family of 2 adults and 2 children and we had booked a triple room at Hotel Mystays Premier Sapporo Park.. We decided to base ourselves here for 4 nights to explore Sapporo, Noberibetsu and Otaru and in summary, this was a comfortable hotel with good facilities coupled with a good location to explore Sapporo. Location In a nutshell, great convenience for train travel and short walks.Mystays Premier Sapporo Park is located just 5 minutes walk from the subway Nakajimakoen station and this location is fantastic as the subway is a convenient mode to explore Sapporo. What’s great is that you can even decide to walk to Susukino, which is about 10 minutes away on foot if you prefer walking instead of the subway. We did just that on 1 of the nights to explore on foot. For the next few days, when we did days trips to Otaru and Noberibetsu, we had to take JR trains from JR Sapporo station and having a subway station this near was convenient. Nakajimakoen station is only 2 stations away from sapporo subway station, which is adjacent to JR Sapporo station. There is also a park, Nakajimakoen park which is beside the nakajimakoen station where kids can play at the playground and you can take nice breezy walk. Room We arrived earlier than check in and the hotel concierge kept our luggage for us while we went out to explore Sapporo. CHeck in at 1500hr was quick with no delays. We booked a Family Comfort Fourth Room which comes with 4 single beds and a seating area with a coffee table and 2 couches. The space proved to be just right for the 4 of us,nothing more nothing less. It was comfortable but we felt that the entryway into the room was rather narrow. Apart from that, the room and washroom were clean and all the basic necessities were provided. Hotel Facilities The hotel has an onsen which you can soak and relax after a long day. The onsen is a large public bath. The hotel has 3 restaurants. One of them is called Farm to Terra Table which has many types of Vegan Food as well as Halal Meals. The halal meals are clearly indicated on the menu making it easy for muslim travellers and we did see a few dining there. This hotel also offers luggage transfer service and that was efficiently handled. The hotel is near the Nakajima bus stop (5 mins) which is also the pick up point for the Airport New Chitose buses. The bus stop is clearly marked with a plane symbol to show that the airport buses stop there. If you are setting off from Sapporo by flight, this is a good location as you can bring your luggage by foot and take the bus to the airport directly.
Room is modern and quite spacious. Near train station and a nice bbq restaurant around the corner...quite a variety of restaurants around the hotel. Breakfast is delicious as well. Luggage storage is available.
Nice modern style hotel with a comfortable and spacious room, big by Japanese standard. The room was very well furnished and we had space to tip out our luggages, and do a repack. Service here is excellent and we only regret not much time to spend here, due to time constraint.
The hotel nicely kept our bikes for a couple days before check- in while we escaped to Rishiri Island. Checking in later, we got Room 2501 a large, well- appointed space with great views to the E/SE I loved this room.. The room has twin double beds, couch, chairs, two coffee tables, desk and lots of shelf and drawer space. You could have a long stay and not feel cramped. The bedding was comfortable and the room was totally quiet. The shower and tub were separated, so you could be soaping and scrubbing while the tub filled for a hot soak, a great Japanese feature. The toilet was in its own room, again a great feature when there’s more than one in the room. The sink was likewise separate. There were lots of good amenities. The no-door closet had lots of hangers and a safe. The internet was fast and reliable throughout. There were three breakfast options. The big buffet was in a ballroom on 2F. The setting was not fancy but the selection was wide and it was good. There was a Japanese meal in the Japanese restaurant on 2F and another breakfast option, which we did not get to on this stay, in the glassed- in garden area on the south edge of the hotel. The onsen was excellent. The location is good, not far from the Nakajima Koen metro, three stops south of Sapporo station and only one stop from lively Susukino or 810m / about ½ mile if you walk to Susukino. For runners / walkers / cyclists, the river is right there and the paths go on for miles with very few street crossings.
It was,my first visit to Sapporo and my first visit to a Mystays hotel in Japan.The hotel rooms are small if you are a,solo traveler in Japan. For 3 mornings I had breakfast at the Terra restaurant,you get 3 choices of restaurants to go for Breakfast. My favourite dish at the Terra was the galette in a,skillet.Maybe at the Terra they could have some spreads for the bread/buns:jam,cheese,syrups.Just a,suggestion.How about some water bottles in the hotel room?There are easier ways to get to the hotel from New Chitose airport:From the airport,you take the JR line to Sapporo station,then at Sapporo station change to Sapporo subway(green line),then ride 3 stations to Nakajimakoen subway station,exit 1,the hotel will be right in front of you,across the street.When going back to the airport ,you can take the same route. You have to buy a,ticket at the subway and at the JR line.Thanks for a wonderful stay at the hotel,my view from my hotel room,was,just awesome,I was,looking out on the mountains.
This hotel seems to have remodeled their first 3-4 floors which includes all the restaurants, lobby, and onsen, but the rooms remain quite old, as in 20-30 years old. However the size is quite nice for Japan, and even includes a small sitting area in even the standard rooms. Having an onsen is not too common in city hotels, and this one is pretty good. Breakfast can be taken in 3 different restaurants, and the main buffet is pretty good including making your own kaisen dons. Good location about 1 block away from Nakajima park metro station, and the airport bus stop very close by.
We stayed Hotel MYSTAYS PREMIER Sapporo Park during our visit for the 2019 Snow and Ice Festival. Our room was small with very little room for storing clothes (no dresser) or luggage in the standard double room. The bed and pillows were confortable, and the room was clean. The hotel had a very nice onsen and a fitness room. The hotel is convenient to the Nakajima Park subway stop (a block away). Complimentary coffee is served outside the 2nd floor buffet restaurant starting at 7 am. Before that you can go to the 7/11 out the back way across the street. It is convenient to the snow and ice festival activities. The ice sculptures were located in the Susukino area, a short walk away. The snow sculptures area located in the Odori park area, which is two subway stops away on the Nomboku line. We walked from Mystays to the snow festival. There were three restaurants to choose from - a Japanese restaurant, a buffet, and a restaurant specializing in galette (buckwheat crepes) that we really enjoyed.
This is a good hotel with reasonable price .especially if you drive and there is a car park area inside the hotel . It charges about 1500yen per night. There is a 3 rd floor onsen that is good for relaxation. 4 the floor there has a gym that you can have exercise .
HOTEL MYSTAYS PREMIER Sapporo Park places you within a 15-minute stroll of popular sights such as Nakajima Park and Sapporo Tanukikoji Shopping Street. This 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with 419 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center.
Enjoy dining at Terra, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Get an energy boost at the coffee shop/café, or grab a drink at the bar/lounge. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 9:30 AM.
All 419 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, safes, and phones. 20-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries.
Guests staying at HOTEL MYSTAYS PREMIER Sapporo Park enjoy access to a full-service spa, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for JPY 1500 per day. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with securing valuables, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this hot springs hotel include free newspapers, laundry facilities, and a fireplace in the lobby.