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Toyoko Inn Sapporo Eki Nishiguchi Hokudai-mae
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Reviewed 16 December 2011

Good: Simple but nice breakfast buffet, not too far from JR

Drawback: In-room sandals looks old, dining area is small

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Room stayed: Single room

Located in front of Hokkaido University. Not too far from JR station. There is a restaurant beside.

Front desk staffs speak simple English. They are helpful.

Room isn't big, but there is big space under the bed for you to put luggage. It is clean. Personally don't really like the bedsheet design (it should be the standard design for all Toyoko Inn) because it makes me feel the room is old (not really a big issue actually).

In-room sandals are recycled (they are washed everyday) looks old, don' feel comfortable to wear them.

Breakfast is included (I paid 4980yen for the single room). Buffet style, simple but nice. Dining area is small and seats are limited.

In summary, I think that this is just an average hotel. May consider other Toyoko Inn for my next visit.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled solo
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Reviewed 24 July 2011

Stayed there last week. The usual high standard in housekeeping and service at the hotel were there. Service with a smile is what you will get at the reception. Some of the staff can speak English too. Got a double room for 6631Yen @ member's price. However, elderly guests please be careful when accessing the in-room bathroom. Being an older inn amongst the business hotel chain, the bathroom design may be a challenge to the senior citizen. The drop in height between the bathroom entrance and the room is noticeably high. So be careful.. Additionally, there is limited safety handrail in the bath area. The usual rubber mat(anti-slip mat) in bathtub is not a standard feature of this inn. Beware of slip and fall if you're a senior citizen. Overall, the stay was good. A in-room personal Safe is provided for you to keep your valuables. Free Japanese style breakfast is served at the common area between 7.00 to 9.30 am daily. Limited TV channel is provided in the room.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank JerryThirteen
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Reviewed 30 September 2009

Like all Toyoku inn hotels, this is another good example of the chain. It was clean, well appointed and fairly convenient. The cost is very reasonable, and the staff were very nice. They spoke a little English and were very straight forward. I can recommend.

  • Stayed: February 2008, travelled solo
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1  Thank checkitoutagain
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Reviewed 8 June 2008

We spent a total of 6nights in Toyoko Inn Hokudai-mae.
Arrived one rainy afternoon from Hakodate and took the North Exit as directed on hotel website out of JR Sapporo Station. We had 3big suitcases and about 4 trolley cases between the five of us. Had a bit of problem locating the hotel at first but stopped at a Lawson minimart along the way to ask for directions and soon found the way.
If you keep to a straight path coming out of the exit (turn right)below the train tracks and facing Yoshibara camera, you can reach the hotel in 3minutes. Only about 3 sets of traffic lights to cross.
This Toyoko Inn is located directly across from the Hokkaido University entrance and we got the feeling that its probably not as noisy and congested as compared to those in the heart of the shopping district.
It is an older Toyoko Inn. There are five Toyoko Inn hotels in Sapporo, 2in Susukino and 3 near the JR station.
Despite it being in an older building, the rooms are generally quite clean. Clean bedsheets and toilets although toilet decor a little bit dated. There were some stains on the carpet but we didn't walk barefoot on the carpet anyway so not a problem for us.
We had a total of 3rooms between us, a single A, a double and a business twin room.
The double and the twin room is the same price but the twin room seem to be slightly bigger than the double. There are 2single beds each with its own table and the two beds are placed on either side of the room with the bathroom smacked right in between dividing the two beds., good for those who prefer a bit of private space. There are 2televisions in the twin room and 2individuals air con units.
There is no cabinet for clothes although there are some hooks placed along the wall where you can hang up to 8pieces of clothing easily.
There is even space at the foot of the bed nearer the window to place your suitcase and open it fully.
The double room which I shared with my hubby was much smaller than the twin. It consists of one double bed pushed right up against the window. There is a tall thin wardrobe at the end of the bed and a small space where I put my suitcase, closed all the time because there was no space to open it fully.
The wardrobe could hang at most, 6 pieces of clothing (not thick jackets though.)
There is a table along the other wall which acts as a computer table wE brought our own laptop) and a vanity table. Toilet is located to the right as you enter the room.
The single room is just like one half of the business twin room minus the one bed.
U will see the toilet on the left as you enter and the bed with a longish narrow table at the far end of the room near the window.
I like the ample hanging space on the right side of the front door.
Standard amenities of the hotel include face and body soap, shampoo and conditioner in the toilet.
Ladies were also given amenities kit consisting of a hair band, nail polish remover wipes, a deep treatment hair pack, Q tips and a facial mask. If ypou book your rooms on the internet, each guest can recieve a small gift each. The choice of gifts changes according to the month. We got a choice of men's socks, ladies's stockings and nail clippers.
Breakfast consists of the standard, different choices of onigiri (rice balls) miso soup, coffee or iced japanese barley tea.
There is also a curry dinner served from 6.30-7.30pm in the evenings but we were never in the hotel during those times to try them.
Hot coffee and iced water is also provided in the lobby complimentary for guests. (I think they clear the coffee by 10pm in the night.) There are also vending machines in the lobby and two washers and dryers. It cost 300yen to wash your clothes and 100yen to dry your clothes for 30minutes, 200yen for 60minutes.
We checked out for one day halfway through our stay because we had booked a night in an Onsen hotel and left the big suitcases plus some of our trolley bags with the hotel. The staff were quite helpful and took care of our bags for one night. They placed it in the office at the back for us.
The light bulb in the single room fused on one occasion and the staff came up to replace the bulb within five minutes after I made the call.
If you are not planning to be in the room all the time and just want a bed and a hot shower after a day's out, I would recommend the Toyoko Inn chain of hotels. Apart from some minor rules like , you have to be out of the room from 10am to 4pm and the small size of the room, the price of the room and the amenities plus its close proximity to the station will definitely be my choice of hotel stay again should I visit Sapporo again.

Stayed: May 2008
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  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled solo
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