Toyoko Inn Sapporo-Eki Kita-Guchi

Address: 4-3 nishi 1 jo kita 6, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 060-0806, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Sapporo Station area of Sapporo, is near Odori Park, Clock Tower (Tokei-dai), Susukino, and Sapporo TV Tower.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsToyoko Inn Sapporo-Eki Kita-Guchi

      Reviewed by joyfulexplorer

      Convenient location with value for money

      by (2 reviews) , Philippines Flag of Philippines

      This is a 5-minute walk from the north exit of JR Sapporo station and there's a 7-Eleven and Lawson nearby. Just across the 7-Eleven is an entrance to the underground walkway.

      Their buffet breakfast was simple but filling, may be repetitive but it still helps. They serve from 7:30-9:30AM but when we arrived at 9:20 after our first night, there were still a lot of food and refills. There were 2 flavors of onigiri (rice balls), white rice in a cooker, greens, roasted sesame dressing, some sardines, salmon, meatballs, pickled veggies which I appreciated, miso soup, and tamago (egg). Wifi was excellent, the beds are comfy we felt warm and toasty. The room size was just right and the beds weren't narrow. There's space to store luggage under the bed, we had everything we needed.

      Check in is at 4PM. It's around 8 blocks to Odori Park, a 30-minute walk per way.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Toyoko Inn Sapporo-Eki Kita-Guchi

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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