HOTEL MYSTAYS Sapporo Nakajima Park Annex

Sapporo | 4-3 Nishi 1-chome, Minami 11-jo, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido 064-0811 Japan [map] | +81-11-563-6700
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Hotel rebranded as “Hotel Mystays Sapporo Nakajima Park Annex” for reopening on April 30, 2017!

Rebranded for a renewed opening, with a total makeover of guest rooms, lobby and exteriors. The entertainment district of Sapporo City in Hokkaido, Susukino, is within walking range, while it is only about a seven-minute walk from “Nakajima Koen” Station on the subways Nanboku Line, making the site of this hotel a convenient location for business as well as sight-seeing.

Nakajima Park with an abundance of greeneries is right in front of the hotel, while the calm environment that is unusual for an urban center is an attraction of the hotel. Guest rooms are bright and decorated with contemporary design. Rooms are primarily standard double and standard twin that have been created in pursuit of functional beauty. Comfortable space decorated with a basic tone of white facilitates recuperation from a tiring journey.

There are abundant sights to see within the park that also features watersides such as Ayameike (iris) pond, as well as such historical buildings as “Hoheikan”, the only hotel built by the Meiji Government. The park features a cross-country skiing course during the winter and caters to light-hearted fun in the snow. The hotel is also within walking range to Susukino and “Kirin Beer Garden”. The hotel allows its guests to freely enjoy dining on a stroll, a unique opportunity available in Sapporo, which features Genghis Khan style mutton barbecue, ramen, sushi, sea food and other gourmet dishes of local varieties.

Neighbourhood: Sapporo
Access: 370 m from Nakajima-Kōen Station Namboku Line (N9)
0.7 km from Horohira-Bashi Station Namboku Line (N10)
1.0 km from Nakanoshima Station Namboku Line (N11)
Address: 4-3 Nishi 1-chome, Minami 11-jo, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido 064-0811 Japan
Phone: +81-11-563-6700
Check-in Times 15:00
Check-out Time 11:00
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