Sapporo Clark Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Kita, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Sapporo Clark Hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Sapporo Clark Hotel, parking is available.
While visiting Kita, you may want to try some bento at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Hotto Motto Sapporo Station North.
Should time allow, Hokkaido University Agricultural Department Farm 2, Sorano Garden, and Seikatei are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Kita!
Pros: if you have business at Hokkaido U, the location is unbeatable. There are convenience stores and restaurants nearby. Station within walking distance. Price is reasonable. Breakfast is healthy and good. Rooms are probably slightly larger than average Japan business hotel, staff OK. Cons: outdated and molded bathroom and walls, only a small pillow on the bed, amenities are poor, no lobby or public seating at the entrance, humble furniture. I dropped one star from 4-star because of bathroom mold and lack of hotel character.
This property is located across the street from the University north of city central. There's a 7-11 across the street which is where I always got cash from the ATM. Subway stop about a 4 minute walk away--very convenient. Stayed at the hotel last week which was in the middle of February. Hokkaido as a whole is COLD AND SNOWY in the Winter! Pack Winter gear accordingly. The staff were very polite and courteous, but I found this to be true of everyone I met in Japan as a whole. The Japanese who work in service industries take great pride in their work. Breakfast is on the second floor of the hotel, and it is Japanese in style. There were a few Western dishes but not many. That said, I thought the food was good but I like to try new dishes and will eat almost anything. Our room was 608 and tended to be hot, so we actually opened the window a bit (in Winter). There were only three settings for the heat and no AC. Hotel beds in Japan (in my experience) have no box springs, but the mattresses at the Clark were the most comfortable ones I found on our trip. Room had two large twin beds which again is typical of Japanese hotels. One strange thing--hotel bathroom is modular. Had to step up nearly a foot to get into the bathroom which I think is a hazard. I would stay there again if every in Sapporo. Wi-Fi strength was very good in our room.…
The hotel is nice, especially there is a microwave at every room, very helpful to cut the food budgets. 7-11 mart across the street of the hotel and vendor machine on the 2nd floor at the hotel. Not very far from Sapporo main station, around 10 minute walk. But near the hotel, maybe around one block there is a subway. Not many options of breakfast. If you want to visit Hokkaido University, the hotel is located right across the street of the hotel, so it is very good option.
While you do have to walk (not underground) a good 10min from Sapporo Station and even further to the city centre, everything else was great in this hotel: neat, clean and large room and single bed, as well as very friendly and helpful service with mostly good English
It takes about 20 mins walk from JR station which is not good for traveller with big luggage. The alternatives are 3 MINUTES BY CAR FROM SAPPORO STATION ON JR LINE (about 670-700 JPY taxi fee) 5-10 MINUTES WALK FROM KITA-12-JYO STATION ON NANBOKU LINE SUBWAY. The hotel staff are very helpful. Since we moved around during the trip, we gotta leave luggage at the hotel and traveling around with our overnight bag. When we recheck in, we just filled out the form and go to the room where our luggages had already been there. Air con in the room is good. The room is well decorated. Bathroom is not too small; hair dryer is provided.
3 mins walk from the subway station. There is also a 7-11 mart just right across the street of the hotel. Good service from the staff and a nice gesture to provide ladies amenity pack. Room was clean and nice, it even came equipped with a microwave oven. I would strongly suggest to take the subway to Kita-Juni-jo (just 1 stop from Sapporo station) especially if one is carrying luggage, It is a long walk from the Sapporo JR station approximately 20 mins. The subway is much nearer to the hotel making it more convenient. Overall for the price, the value you get is outstanding
Stayed 2 nights in the double room at the Sapporo Clark. Upon arrival, the friendly frontdesk staff greeted us and briefed us about hotel policy and where the various amenities in the hotel were located. The door gift that was presented to us was also a nice touch. The room was well sized and bigger than the Best Western which we also stayed at. It had 2 double beds and ample space for all our luggage which included a large check in bag, 2 cabin bags and 2 haversacks. An air freshener was also provided for in the room which was a nice touch to get rid of unpleasant odours or cigarette after smell. The bathroom floor was raised quite high and might be a issue for older folks should they stay at the hotel. There was washing and drying facilities on the 2nd floor of the hotel for those who wanted to do some laundry. The hotel was located directly opposite Hokkaido University and a 3 minute walk from the subway. The underground walkway leads all the way up to the Sapporo JR station. There is a 7-11 mini mart nearby and a couple of eateries which are opened till late around the vicinity as well hence getting supplies and food is not an issue. Overall we had a good experience and comfortable stay at the hotel.…
Clean, inexpensive hotel with good service. About 10 minute walk to train station so served our needs very well. The rooms are similar to a Super 8 Motel in the US but as with everything in japan, even budget accommodations are impeccably clean. They also have some hilarious TV channels including one that shows nothing but cats laying around. Might be the best reason to pick a hotel.
Stayed at Sapporo Clark for 3 nights during super peak July. Spacious and clean room. Was provided ladies' amenity pack. Very thoughtful. We booked the twin room and bed was big. Pillow was tiny though. There were 2 huge cushions provided but we had no use of it. The bathroom was a big step above floor. Getting in and out was a bit of a challenge especially after a long tiring day of walking. Hotel is easy to locate but is about 15mins walk from Sapporo train station and more if you have luggage. Exit Sapporo station via north exit. Overall very pleased with the stay, if only the distance was nearer...
The main draw of this hotel is the location less than a block away from Hokkaido University. The reason why one would want this location is if you are visiting someone at the HU hospital. They have special rates for guests who are visiting patients there which is a very reasonable Y5700. There are also reduced rates for stays of a week or longer. There is free wifi in their lounge but not in the rooms. There is a laundry room and the reception sells packets of detergent for a reasonable price. The area has quite a bit of dining options and the reception has a map detailing all of them. Altogether a excellent budget option.