Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Great hotel. Friendly English speaking staff and the room is nice and complete with toiletries and amenities. We took a family room so that our grown daughters can be with us in the same room. Strategically located, we were able to walk from the JR Station to the hotel with our luggage and also to tourist attractions and food outlets. The Genghis Khan meal is something not to be missed, but be prepared to smell like barbecue when you are done. We saw some locals bring with them a large plastic bag for their coats, bags, etc. When you're done spray freshener over you at the exit before putting on your coat. The dinner cost us 6,382 Yen, after adding 2 servings of meat from the standard per serving each. We didn't have to worry about not speaking Japanese as it was standard. We sat down and we were served.
Found a great deal on Agoda.com for the start of Golden Week. The hotel is conveniently located about 7-10 minutes from JR Sapporo station if you come out onto the street level.If the weather is bad it's possible to take an underground walkway to exit 22...but this exit has no elevator or escalator so you ll climb about 5 or 6 flights of stairs with baggage!!Take exit 21 or 20 if you want to use an elevator or escalator and turn left toward the Richmond Hotel on the corner,turn left and then right (you ll see the Otani Hotel and a Seikomart convenience store in front of you) Hotel is modern/art nouveau style in the lobby area. The room was large by Japanese standards as was the bathroom but they were in need of a little TLC. There is just 1 small wardrobe for hanging clothes so not a lot of space if you are staying for more than a few days and the room felt very warm as the window does not open! Amenities were adequate and there was a kettle and tea provided (but no coffee or spoons) This hotel has a spa but ¥1500 charge even for hotel residents! The hotel is in a great location between the station and very close to Odori park,the clock tower and the bus station.Try to get a room facing east or west for nice views from the higher room floors (there is a big high rise building being built on the northern side until 2018 blocking the view of the TV tower. Overall a nice hotel in a very convenient location.
Good but not huge room and beds for the three of us. On the expensive side and not the most conveniently placed (although not particularly inconvenient either) - east and north of the centre and some way from Suskino district. Quiet. Tiny working space.
I consider this hotel very decent and worth the price. They have a public bath on 14th floor. You can look out to the skylines of the city while enjoying the Japanese style hot bath. The breakfast is quite okay. Just the selection of dishes may be similar if you go there a few days in a row. The room is roomy. We travel with 2 kids. They can add two twin beds. The location is within the walking distance from the main train station, also near the landmark TV tower and the big city park.
Is a hotel providencially near the Sapporo Station and with a Shopping and all kind of restaurants. Is quiet the front rooms all face the mountains and you sleep with a good picture to your pleasure. Enjoy!
The location is okay. Walking distance to JR Sapporo Station. You can access to New Chitose Airport or Shin Chitose Airport but going out to the left side of the hotel, toward the next hotel, ANA hotel, juat in front there you will see a bus stop. You can get airport bus there at 1030 Yen. Room was greatly clean and very comfortable. Staffs were very helpful. Please tey their Japanese restaurant's Washoku. Very nice Japanese Cuisine that you must have here.
This is an easy walk from the JR Sapporo Train Station but may be worth a taxi if you are arriving when it is dark out. The staff were polite, English a bit of a struggle but every one is trying. The accommodations are large compared with other more modern Japanese Hotels there is a convenience store downstairs.
Recently stayed here for our one night in Sapporo. The location was great - within walking distance of the TV tower, Susukino, and few of Sapporo's other main city attractions. Personally, I had no problem speaking to the staff and thought their English was fine. I guess it depends on who is working at the time that you check in. Like some other people have pointed out here, there weren't any greeters or bell boys at the front to help with luggage. We didn't have a lot so nothing major, but probably be helpful for people traveling with families and/or lots of luggage. The hotel's theme seems to be a bit more old fashioned European. There are two slightly creepy paintings right above the reception area (which we found a bit funny), and the lifts are decorated to look old school as well. The rooms are tidy and spacious; we were able to fit 4 people into a room without it feeling cramped. Beds were fine too. The only thing is that, again, it felt slightly creepy staying there. It might have been my group egging each other on with spooky stories, or the fact that you're in a very European-feeling hotel in the middle of Japan. Overall, a great stay! Wouldn't mind staying again.
We were in Sapporo to do some snow skiing at Sapporo Teine, just outside of Sapporo. Since there were 4 of us, we requested a room to accommodate 4 people. We were pleasantly surprised to find a room with 4 single beds, which worked out great. Luckily for us, the location of the Monterey Edelhof was perfect. It is only about 4-5 blocks from the train station, which is how we got to Teine ski resort each day. It was also a short cab ride to the Sapporo Beer Garden, which I would highly recommend. And it was only 3 blocks to the City Center, where they hold the annual Snow Festival. The only negatives I have are that we had a difficult time communicating with the staff. The other thing is that it was nearly an hour cab ride from the hotel to the airport, which ended up being quite expensive.
We stayed 2 nights, well located for Train Station, use exit 21 which has a lift and the hotel is a short walk away. Close to Odori Park which was great as we were visiting for the Snow Festival. We found the reception staff had adequate English. Room was comfortable, although small and only one lounge chair. There is no coffee only tea, which is a shame as I would expect a hotel of this standing to offer coffee in the room. Unusually themed hotel focusing on Austria with its design elements and art works
- Walking distance to Clock Tower and Sapporo JR Tower
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms
- Onsite dining
Clock Tower is within a 5-minute walk of Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo while other popular sites like Sapporo JR Tower are within a 15-minute stroll. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 181 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, free in-room WiFi, and a spa tub. It's in central Sapporo and also a short walk from Sapporo TV Tower and Former Hokkaido Government Office Building.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including ZUIENTEI, which specializes in Japanese cuisine. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM.
All of Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo's 181 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, phones, and desks. Guests can expect 22-inch LED TVs with digital channels and pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. In-room massages are available.
A full-service spa, a spa tub, and a sauna are featured at Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo. Self parking is available for JPY 1500 per night. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include 8 meeting rooms, laundry facilities, and a convenience store.
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 662 reviews