When I walked into this hotel, a quick 3 minute walk from the station, I felt like I had stepped back in time to the good ol' 80's The colours and decor all reminded me of Dynasty, for those of you who remember the TV series. The decor is extremely dated, with pastel colours and light wood. The place is... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- ANA Hotel Wakkanai offers the largest and most luxurious facilities in Japan s northernmost mainland city. Popular amongst visitors to the city and sea-going travelers using the nearby shipping terminals, the hotel offers a variety of opulent, spacious guest rooms with a picturesque view of the water and the distant Sakhalin Island. ANA Hotel Wakkanai also boasts commodious banquet halls, with the main being able to accommodate approximately 400 seated guests. With state-of-the-art facilities, international standard conferences as well as receptions and banquets can be comfortably hosted. Also available are several multipurpose halls suitable for events of smaller scales. Several restaurants featuring both French and Italian fare provide memorable dining experiences whilst the bar and lounge on the top floor pampers with a spectacular, boat-dotted seascape. ANA Hotel Wakkanai is just a 5 minute walk from the JR Wakkanai Station and 20 and 30 minutes from the Wakkanai Airport by car and bus respectively. ... more less
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