See why so many travellers make Vessel Inn Sapporo Nakajima Park their hotel of choice when visiting Chuo. 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.
Vessel Inn Sapporo Nakajima Park offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a coffee shop, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a hot tub and breakfast buffet. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Nearby landmarks such as Leonard Bernstein Statue (0.3 mi) and Sosei Bridge (0.7 mi) make Vessel Inn Sapporo Nakajima Park a great place to stay when visiting Chuo.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Seafood Buffet Restaurant Nanda, Nemuro Hanamaru JR Tower Stellar Place, and Hyosetsu no Mon, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Sapporo Underground Pedestrian Space (1.1 mi), Tea Ceremony Ren (0.7 mi), or Clock Tower (Tokei-dai) (0.9 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Vessel Inn Sapporo Nakajima Park as you experience all of the things Chuo has to offer.
Nice hotel, spacious room for a couple, next to the park to enjoy some silence and 5 mins walk to the main party space in sapporo of Suzukino. Also, spacious bath and toilet (separate spaces). And, of course, a really nice breakfast assortment. Worth including it as part of your booking.
Recently I have visited Sapporo with my friends. I stayed at this hotel for 2 days and found extremely nice hotel with very helpful staff, service and great breakfast. If I ever come back to Sapporo I will definitely go there again.
Stayed here recently for 3 nights with my wife and totally impressed with the hotel. Everything about the hotel was top class. The buffet breakfast is everything other reviewers say it is - wide choice, good quality and stations quickly replenished (of course leans more towards Japanese cuisine). Staff, especially at the the front desk just can’t do enough for you. Big thanks to Ms Kyo (Tyo ?) who even walked us to a nearby restaurant in the snow one evening!!! In terms of room, we stayed in premier twin which was very spacious with decent sized bathroom. Location-wise also excellent as it is only a 1-2min walk from Nakajimakoen subway station. Would definitely stay here again.
I chose this hotel because it was top rated on TripAdvisor. While it was a good stay, a solid 4.5 star stay with some nice amenities, it had a few drawbacks: Pros: - great breakfast buffet. Everyone has said this but it bears repeating. Fresh sushi grade fish, western options as well as lots of Japanese options, several kinds of breads and rolls, several beverage choices, mini desserts, the gamut. - nice freebies like hand warmers (needed in winter) and lotions - pretty good location. If you’re going to the airport, the airport bus picks up right outside. If you’re coming from the airport, it drops off a few blocks away. Note - only certain airport buses drop off near the hotel and Nakajima park. If you arrive after 5pm, chances are you’ll be dropped off in Suskino instead, which is a 10-15 min walk away. The location is both a pro and a con but more pro. 10 mins walk to the main downtown area and 15 mins walk to odori park. Right near Nakajima subway station as well if you don’t want to walk. So you’re near the action but not right in it. Could be a plus for some, minus for those who want to stay lit a little later or be surrounded by lots of restaurants and bars (Vessel isn’t - but there is a great izakaya right on the same block that serves tasty bbq lamb). Cons: - small room. Yes, you hear people complaining of small rooms through japan. I’m from nyc so used to small spaces. But this was small even for us (two small Asians). It was fine for a 3-4 night stay but others may be less fine with the lack of living space. Just a double bed pushed up against a wall and a tiny amount of space at the foot of the bed and along one side. Really prompts you not to eat too much at the buffet! Overall, I’d stay here again as we are the kind of travelers for whom space is less of an issue. But others may want to keep this in consideration.…