Welcome to Hotel Chocolat Hakodate, your Hakodate “home away from home.” Hotel Chocolat Hakodate aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Ekini Market (0.4 mi) and Motomachi Catholic Church (0.6 mi), guests of Hotel Chocolat Hakodate can easily experience some of Hakodate's most well known attractions.
Hotel Chocolat Hakodate is a charming hotel offering a refrigerator and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Hakodate.
While in Hakodate, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Chocolat Hakodate, including Asari Honten (0.4 mi), Lucky Pierrot Bay Area Main Store (0.5 mi), and Uni Murakami, Hakodate Honten (0.4 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Hakodate Museum of Northern Peoples, Hakodate Seikan Renrakusen Memorial Museum Mashumaru, and Kitajima Saburo Memorial Museum.
Hotel Chocolat Hakodate puts the best of Hakodate at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The hotel seems to have started as a dog-friendly place; there's still a paw-wash in the lobby, artwork of a canine family, and bathroom tiles of terriers. I regrettably took only one photo. The lobby, breakfast room, and bedroom were all in excellent condition. The neighborhood is rather quiet, but the hotel's close to the municipal building, a landmark that makes navigation by walking rather easy. I failed to sample the Patisserie Lapin de Neige, down the street toward the municipal building.
This is kinda old hotel but very well maintance. The room is quite spacey and very clean like other japanese hotel. Staff are nice and they serve healthy yummy breakfast. There is a famous Brick Mall not far from this hotel. You can reach there by walking.
The map is totally wrong for this hotel, took us to another hotel . Use google maps not the TripAdvisor one on the site. After walking a few km the wrong way, we got there using google maps rather than the one on trip advisor. The hotel itself is fine, above average business hotel rooms. Good size bathroom and soft bed. Staff have good English. Aircon does not work!!!!! Windows do open and it's a quiet area so no problems leaving them open. We paid 62,000 yen for a small double room, not bad value.
Reception staffs, and staffs - Correspondence is very good. Room, toilet, bath - New, clean. Meal - You can choose the Western and Japanese. Delicious in a sufficient amount. Location - Close to Mount Hakodate and the Bay Area. It is a little far from Hakodate Station.
Hakodate is a most beautiful town with great weather in winter. The downside though, is the great price difference between accessible hotels and the not-so. We took a taxi from the train station cos the public bus only comes once an hour. The journey took about 30 mins and cost almost $50. Helpful concierge staff who spoke basic English and were able to help with our itinerary and recommend tourist attractions. From the hotel, we walked about 20 mins to the harbour and a further 45 mins up to the cable car, for an unforgettable trip up Mt Hakodate. Night view was amazing. Free WiFi only in the lobby. Good hotel for walking around the city with a few eateries within 10 mins' walk, but would not recommend to tourists with a lot of luggages. We had great trouble lugging all our bags to the train station the next day, a tedious 30 mins' walk.…