Family Friendly Hotels in Sapporo
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- Sapporo JR Tower
- Odori Park
- Sapporo Tanukikoji Shopping Street
- Hokkaido University
- Nijo Market
- Nakajima Park
- Sapporo Dome
- Makomanai Sekisui Heim Ice Arena
- Sapporo TV Tower
- Ramen Yokocho
- Kokusai Ski Resort
- Sapporo Science Center
- Hokkaido Shrine
- Kiroro Resort
- Historical Village of Hokkaido
- Hokkaido Shiki Theatre
- Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
- Jozankei Hot Spring
- Former Hokkaido Government Office Building
Family friendly travelling in Sapporo
Things to see in Sapporo
It may be a new city, but there are plenty of opportunities to learn about the history of Hokkaido. The Historical Village of Hokkaido is a museum which has dozens of different buildings from Hokkaido spanning the 19th and 20th centuries. It’s also just a short walk from the Historical Museum of Hokkaido, which covers an even greater period of the island’s history of development. Shiroi Koibito Park is a sweet delight for families. This chocolate factory has its own restaurant, exhibitions, and even an area where you can make your own cookies. For incredible views over the city, a visit to Mount Moiwa is a must. Take the cable car ride to the top for stunning views over the city. These views come into their own at night, so it’s also worth visiting after dark. Sapporo is also well known for its green spaces. Moerenuma Park is one of the best with its visually beautiful range of outdoor art and sculptures.
Family-friendly hotels in Sapporo
If you’re looking for family-friendly hotels in Sapporo, you will find there’s plenty of choice. Sapporo’s child-friendly hotels offer family rooms, and a range of amenities such as free WiFi to keep you entertained during your vacation. Most also have their own restaurants for maximum convenience. Most family-friendly hotels in Sapporo are located in the city center—perfect for visiting the city’s best sights. Some have games rooms and fun activities for kids, while adults can enjoy spa and massage treatments to unwind.
Where to stay in Sapporo
The city of Sapporo is split into two parts—north and south—by the mile-long Odori Park—a beautiful attraction in its own right. Staying in one of the family-friendly hotels located around this park ensures you are perfectly positioned to see the best of the city. These hotels also provide a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. The area surrounding Sapporo Station is home to a whole range of family-friendly restaurants and cafés, and there are plenty of shops and malls for picking up souvenirs. If you’re looking for something a bit livelier, Susukino is another option. Susukino may be famous for its nightlife, but it is still a safe and family-friendly area, with plenty of shops and restaurants lining its bustling neon-lit streets.
How to get to Sapporo
New Chitose Airport is Sapporo’s main airport. Served by both international and inter-island flights, it’s located close to the city allowing you to reach downtown Sapporo in less than an hour. A train runs every 15 minutes directly to the city, or alternatively, there is a shuttle bus that runs from the airport. If you choose to travel to Sapporo by train, there are many overnight sleeper services running from other cities in Japan. Sapporo has an efficient network of both subway and overground trains, making getting around the city simple if you’re sightseeing with children.
Sapporo travel guides
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