Looking for a place to stay in Hakodate? Then look no further than Hotel Hakodate Royal, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Hakodate to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Hakodate Royal features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hotel Hakodate Royal, parking is available.
Close to some of Hakodate's most popular landmarks, such as Ekini Market (0.5 mi) and Motomachi Catholic Church (1.1 mi), Hotel Hakodate Royal is a great destination for tourists.
Travellers looking to enjoy some crab can head to Hakodate Seafood Cuisine Kaikobo, Hakodate Dining Gaya, or Hakodate Ramen Kamome. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as Uni Murakami, Hakodate Honten, Hakodate Jiyu Ichiba, or Gourmet Sushi-Go-Round Kantaro, Goryokaku Park.
Should time allow, Daimon Yokocho, Hachimanzaka, and Motomachi are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Hakodate Royal as you experience everything Hakodate has to offer.
We just stayed for one night, rooms and hotel very clean,rooms a little on the small size for us, breakfast was good with western choices, nice afternoon cakes and refreshments available, staff English ok and very happy to assist
Travelling as a family of 4, options to accommodate us all in a room (beyond Japanese style rooms) can be tricky. Somehow, we did find this 4 single beds room of great size in Hotel Hakodate Royal. Sure, the furniture was quite outdated but the size and overall condition of the room made up for it. We tried the Japanese restaurant for lunch and it was quite good as well and we were surprised that the price was actually reasonable. Check in was made satisfactorily and the reception staff always helpful throughout our stay. While it was not exactly in the city center, walking distance to all major points of interest was very much manageable and transport options were also available. All in all, a very comfortable stay for the 4 of us and would not hesitate to recommend for other families like us.…
The title of this review says it all. The main feature of this hotel is its location close to the cable car station going up to Mount Hakodate Observation Deck which must be one of if not the main attraction in Hakodate (the station was less than 10min drive away from the hotel). Check in was smooth and trouble-free. The room was also clean and functional even if it didn't come with an enclosed cabinet (substituted by a board and three pegs). We were given a room at level 6 which smells like it could be a floor for smokers. Our room had a faint whiff of cigarette smoke smell which we managed to sort out by opening the windows to air the room (not preferable on a cold Hakodate night) and by using the air freshener provided in the room. While our room barely escapes being labeled as too small, it is not exactly generous in terms of space either. We noticed from a sampling of other members of our travelling group's rooms that room sizing and bed layout in this hotel varies. One thing to note however is that rooms with twin beds tend to be larger than those with double beds. WiFi is accessible in the room as well (no password is needed). The bathroom is small. The shower output was also not consistent at times while the toilet seat was not heated (all the other hotels we stayed in thus far had heated toilet seats). Other than that all other amenities expected of a hotel in Japan were there (they even provided hair rings). Only two pillows are given (one for each bed occupant). The bed is also smaller than the normal queen bed. All in all, if proximity to the Mount Hakodate cable car ride is the main requirement, then this hotel is worth checking out. Do note however that there are other hotels in the area which could also be considered given that Hotel Hakodate Royal doesn't really stand out in any particular area. …
Our conference was in another hotel but we chose the Royal because it was a little cheaper. It was an easy 9 minute walk to the main venue and this was only a problem on one rainy day. First impresssions, the foyer is classy with marble floors and comfortable chairs. Room was roomy by Japanese standards with two mid size beds. Perfectly adequate for our needs. Myonly room complaint was the air conditioning, or lack of it. When I asked Reception staff, they advised me to open the windows. It was ok when the weather was cold. The hotel doesnt seem to have a bar and only a vending machine. Breakfast was ok for our needs.
This hotel is a bit old but staff friendly and rooms are a bit bigger. Walking distance to all restaurants and bars. Walking distance to Hakodate market. Nice old style restaurant in the foyer. Artisan cakes and deserts were nice. Food not bad!