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Otarunai Backpackers' Hostel Morinoki
Otarunai Backpackers' Hostel Morinoki
9.2 Excellent

0.2 km from city centre, Otaru Show on map

ExcellentBased on 72 reviews
9.2

Within 20 minutes' walk from Otaru Station, Hostel Morinoki offers guests an ideal base while visiting Otaru. It also offers a terrace, free Wi-Fi and luggage storage.

Hotel Kanronomori
Hotel Kanronomori
8.2 Excellent

6.3 km from city centre, Niseko Show on map

ExcellentBased on 155 reviews
8.2

This pet-friendly ryokan is situated in Niseko and offers a mineral bath. It also features outdoor tennis courts, free Wi-Fi and a sauna.

Hotel Nord Otaru
Hotel Nord Otaru
8.6 Excellent

1.1 km from city centre, Otaru Show on map

ExcellentBased on 1,429 reviews
8.6

Hotel Nord Otaru provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Otaru. It has free wireless internet and boasts a rooftop terrace with sweeping mountain views.

Premier Hotel Nakajima Park Sapporo
Premier Hotel Nakajima Park Sapporo
8.6 Excellent

2.1 km from city centre, Sapporo Show on map

ExcellentBased on 587 reviews
8.6

This hotel is situated in Chuo Ward, just a 10-minute walk from Sapporo Concert Hall. Not only does it overlook Sapporo, but it also provides park views.

Hotel Naturwald Furano
Hotel Naturwald Furano
8.5 Excellent

2.0 km from city centre, Furano Show on map

ExcellentBased on 214 reviews
8.5

Situated in Furano, Hotel Naturwald Furano provides comfortable accommodation and features city views. It has a day spa, as well as a kids club, meeting rooms and a mineral bath.

Hotel Mystays Sapporo Susukino
Hotel Mystays Sapporo Susukino
8.3 Excellent

1.7 km from city centre, Sapporo Show on map

ExcellentBased on 711 reviews
8.3

Situated in Chuo Ward, Hotel Mystays Sapporo Susukino is within an easy walk of Nakajima Park, Susukino and Hoheikan. It also offers free Wi-Fi.

La Vista Hakodate Bay
La Vista Hakodate Bay
8.3 Excellent

0.5 km from city centre, Hakodate Show on map

ExcellentBased on 405 reviews
8.3

This peaceful hotel in Hakodate provides free Wi-Fi, as well as a Jacuzzi and a mineral bath. It offers 4-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

Air Hostel Lcc
Air Hostel Lcc
7.9 Good

0.8 km from city centre, Chitose Show on map

GoodBased on 1,465 reviews
7.9

Air Hostel LCC is located in Chitose and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides an express check-in and check-out feature, luggage storage and a shared kitchen.

Red Planet Sapporo Susukino South
Red Planet Sapporo Susukino South
8.6 Excellent

1.8 km from city centre, Sapporo Show on map

ExcellentBased on 1,325 reviews
8.6

Red Planet Sapporo Susukino South provides 3-star accommodation in Chuo Ward. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet access throughout the property.

The Stay Sapporo
The Stay Sapporo
8.3 Excellent

1.5 km from city centre, Sapporo Show on map

ExcellentBased on 1,322 reviews
8.3

Located in Chuo Ward, The Stay Sapporo is a short stroll to several local attractions, including Susukino, Odori Park and Chuo-ku. It offers city views and complimentary Wi-Fi.

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Average price in Hokkaido Prefecture:S$ 211/night
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About Hokkaido Prefecture

Hokkaido is Japan's wild northern island, filled with mystique and wilderness experiences. It's an escapist destination, home to an abundance of national parks that make it feel very different from the rest of the country. Hokkaido is the Japan's second largest island and changes with the seasons, bringing a new experience dependent on when people visit. Winter is the most popular time as Hokkaido is home to Japan's ski slopes and the Sapporo Snow Festival. The landscapes change colour throughout the other months and there are wonderful opportunities to get out into the mountains and parks.

Hokkaido Prefecture incorporates all of Hokkaido Island. Sapporo is the central capital and main gateway city. This is where the famous Snow Festival is held for two weeks every February, turning the city streets into an art gallery of ice sculptures. Sapporo is ringed by Hokkaido's mountainous interior, with rugged slopes that turn white in winter to create Japan's premier skiing destinations. Niseko and Furano are the largest of the ski resorts and the quantity of fresh powder is legendary, with some slopes getting upwards of 12 metres a season. In the summer, Daisetsuzan National Park has some astounding hiking routes.

Chitose Airport is the only international gateway in Hokkaido. There are flights to a handful of Asian destinations along with dozens of daily connections with Tokyo and Osaka. Hokkaido's main link to the rest of Japan is via the world's longest rail tunnel. However, Shinkansen high-speed trains only travel to Hakodate in the far south of the island, and from here there are slower local connections to Sapporo. Renting a car is the easiest way to get around as much of the island is remote.

Much of Hokkaido's east and north is wild and remote, a land of lavender fields and peppermint farms. Wakkanai and Asahikawa are the cities here but most visitors skip through them on route to one of the national parks. Mysterious Lake Masyu is the highlight of the tranquil Akan National Park, while it's possible to see bears bathing in the hot waterfalls of World Heritage Shiretoko National Park. The south of Hokkaido is packed with hot springs and patchwork hills, making it popular with visitors making a looping trip from Sapporo to Hakodate and back.

Hokkaido Prefecture travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Hokkaido Prefecture?

    When visiting Hokkaido Prefecture, consider checking out Sapporo, Niseko, and Noboribetsu as some of the most sought after locations.

  • What are the best hotels in Hokkaido Prefecture?

    Hotel Yumoto Noboribetsu is a very popular hotel in Hokkaido Prefecture, with a score of 8.5 from 60 reviews. Mercure Hotel Sapporo (8.6 from 1,702 reviews) and Dai-Ichi Takimotokan (8.8 from 3,141 reviews) are also highly rated Hokkaido Prefecture hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.