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This hotel is a 20-minute walk from Sapporo Station using the underground walkway--look for the sign on the right that says "Tanuki-koji 4-5-6-7 chome." After you go above ground you have to walk a few blocks in the covered walkway and it is between 6-...More
Hotel located at Tenkoji shopping street and with onsen facilities. Stayed at deluxe twin room which can stay for 3 adults. Free ramen for supper and 24 hours free coffee service. Parking is available, 1500 yen for a day.
I'm writing a late review as I stayed here in August for a week. Dormy Inn is my favorite hotel franchise, and this location didn't disappoint, even with it being the "annex".
First of all, I love the camping/outdoors theme of the hotel. Not all...More
Stayed here for one night. Location is right in the main shopping arcade.
All rooms are non smoking but they have designated smoking areas on some floors instead.
Rooms were larger than normal business hotel rooms. Clean and modern.
Staff were friendly and helpful.
Response from inn-sapporo, フロント at Dormy Inn Sapporo AnnexResponded 12 November 2017
Thank you for staying with us.
We are glad to hear that you had satisfied to stay here.
We are looking forward to seeing you again.
A receptionist, Shimoda
It is conveniently located countless great restaurants, convenient stores, drug stores around. The breakfast in dormy is unbeatable compared with a wide range of hotels. The shower would definitely help you relax after a tiring day trip though I still prefer their 'Premium' instead of...More
Response from inn-sapporo, Frontdesk at Dormy Inn Sapporo AnnexResponded 23 August 2017
Thank you for staying at our hotel this time.
When you next come to Japan, please consider PREMIUM as well.
Please come to Sapporo again.
I am looking forward to the day we can meet you.
Response from OnsenFans | Reviewed this property |
You would have to find a "konyoku buro" which would usually be in a more rural area. Or follow the previous suggestion to stay in a hotel room with private attached outdoor bath (rotenburo). Also, if you stayed at an onsen... More
You would have to find a "konyoku buro" which would usually be in a more rural area. Or follow the previous suggestion to stay in a hotel room with private attached outdoor bath (rotenburo). Also, if you stayed at an onsen hotel with a pool, you could both go in (wearing swimsuits).
The room itsself is ensuite with private shower and and toilet. The public bath (onsen) is just an additional facilities of the hotel free for guest to use which include a sauna in it. Highly recommended to try the onsen! :)