See why so many travellers make Hotel Paco Hakodate their hotel of choice when visiting Hakodate. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Hotel Paco Hakodate is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk and shops. Plus, guests can enjoy a sauna and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Hakodate. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Close to some of Hakodate's most popular landmarks, such as Ekini Market (0.5 mi) and Motomachi Catholic Church (1.2 mi), Hotel Paco Hakodate is a great destination for tourists.
While in Hakodate be sure to experience local unagi & dojo favourites at Unagi Restaurant Takahashi or Unagi Kawazakana Koinosuke.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular architectural buildings such as Goryokaku Park, Kyu Soma-tei, and Hakodate Meiji-kan.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Paco Hakodate as you experience all of the things Hakodate has to offer.
It's your average hotel offering very basic accomodation at slightly inflated prices of about $110 USD A NIGHT Rooms are super small and and one must manipulate with luggage all the time to free room to walk to the toilet and bathroom Beds are very small so if you are large person like me expect that not all your body will fit comfortably witching the bed confines Like in all Japanese hotels they offer you night gowns but somehow mine was made from acrylic and was not very comfortable so I change during night to my tshirt! Thanks tonaircon air in the room was quite warm and comfortable as ambient temperature outside was close to zero Having heard about famous seafood in Hakodate ( mainly crabs and ikura- red salmon caviar) I ordered some crab dish and another dish called ikura dombury( red salmon caviar on top of freshly cooked rice) The food was complete disappointment with tasteless crabs ( canned crabs in Australia taste better !!) and there was a funny smell coming from the kitchen which upset my dining experience!! I recommend to avoid theirvrestaurant altogether and instead try restaurants outside on the street!!…
I love this hotel so much. it is so comfy and spacious comfortable room. Suitable for a small family like us. Me and my husband tried the indoor onsen facility. It was very relaxing and also a memorable experience for us. My sons also love this hotel because there is dry kitchen and washing machine. It is just like a studio apartment. If we go back to Hakodate i will surely come back to Paco Hotel. One thing that need to be improved is hospitality, the staff were not so friendly. Be more smiling 😃 arigato 🙏❤️
Was charged too much at ¥37,436 for 2 nights. I see that the price displayed is much cheaper now which is odd because we went during off-peak season. For anything less than ¥10,00 per night, it is ok for this standard. It is actually a service apartment, catering more for groups or families. The vibe in this establishment is distant and does not exude the warm hospitality that we have become accustomed to travelling through Hokkaido. Reception was polite but uppity. Common areas look modern but the room is dated with squeaky cabinet doors and old fashioned furnishing. The bed is the most uncomfortable one we've slept in during our 2 week trip. Small single bed with slippery bedding that keeps sliding off and one small pillow. Onsen is very busy & we could see naked men on the ground floor from the balcony so we didn't visit it. Breakfast was basic, nothing to shout about. We were so uncomfortable in the "hotel" we left the next afternoon even though we booked and paid for 2 nights.…
It is nice and comfortable hotel. Interesting interior design. Great customer service 👍. Clean is everywhere. There is onsen (Japanese natural hot springs) and we love it. Close to most important parts of the city. We used tram.
We came here just for onsen, and the fee for non-guest is 870 yen (no towel). I think it’s a bit expensive because it’s crowded inside the hot spring pools. But the onsen is nice, it has iron in it, and you feel your skin is very smooth afterwards.