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Hotel Route Inn Sapporo Shiraishi

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#1 of 2 hotels in Shiroishi
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Dry Cleaning
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Non-smoking hotel
Self-Serve Laundry
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Refrigerator in room


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Looking for a hotel near the Sapporo Convention Center, I chose this one which was NOT close (but none seemed to be). Very reasonably priced, clean and the non-English speaking staff worked very hard to meet my needs, but the hotel is pretty much no-frills. Included breakfast offered both western and Japanese foods. I don't think there was a restaurant for other meals but not sure--I walked (actually slid on the icy sidewalks) to a few nearby establishments during my three-night stay. Best feature was a small onset (hot springs) in the hotel but guests not familiar with the tradition should definitely read up on the expected routines first.
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The hotel is situated in a not so favorable location then it is not the worst either. Now I just got back from Sapporo last week and stayed there for 5 nights and I must say it is not bad at all. Room is larger than most Japanese standard and the single single has larger bed with very good duvet to keep me sleeping well throughout. Cleanliness and all are just as how the Japanese take every detail into consideration so I have nothing to complain but happy for. The Onsen In the hotel is a plus and breakfast is alright. Service is fantastic and again, it is the Japanese thing, only thing is English is not that well understood but not a big issue. I am here to guide you guys how to get to the hotel and around with my experience as I found very little information about the whole thing. OK, here is how to get to the hotel by walking (if you chose to) from Shiroishi station (from airport). Once you get off the station and come to the street, you will have to walk straight ahead till first junction. Turn left and just keep walking all the way till the end and this could take about 15 minutes depending on your speed but not difficult. You will pass by Hokkaido Band then North Pacific Bank on the right side which is your landmark in case you wonder. Till you see a junction where left you see LAWSON convenient store and opposite is 7Eleven, this is where you turn right direction and keep walking and hotel is visible as it is the only tall building by the whole road. Taxi fare is not expensive as I checked it is no more than 900Yen I believe. If you could catch a bus which I highly believe is available at the train station, hop on 55 or 57 and it will stop near Lawson and spare you from the walking. It is 210 Yen flat rate. This you would have to ask the customer service staff at the train station for information as I did not actually get on one but my instinct told me it is the route. Now talk about bus 55 and 57. You may take that from the station by Lawson which takes your Sapporo JR/Subway station, which is again, by LAWSON lol. Hotel is not that inconvenient and walking back and forth takes few minutes and it is not difficult at all. Opposite of hotel, buy your Bento lunch box at 500 Yen which is delicious and fresh from the kitchen! What a budge! Fire Burg is another awesome place to eat too with such reasonable price and amazing food,and another tip, rice is refillable! 711 and Lawson too I bought a lot of my snacks and so cheap to eat so much. Now, I also found out that at the back of the hotel, which is the opposite direction from walking to get bus, there was a huge Aeon mall and some nice shopping area to discover, you may grab a cab or ask hotel staff for information on bus as I passed by in a car while my friend drove me to a nice cafe. Get a bus schedule for 55 and 57 and just make sure you do highlight the departure time from both SHIROISHI and SAPPORO station, especially on the last bus timing. Reminder, punctuality is the Japanese thing and if the schedule says 1745 you better be there, say 1740 to ensure you don't miss it. So that's it from me, have a great stay. Once you know the bus schedule and going to city is just as easy as 123. Have fun`~
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$63 - $142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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