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Sapporo, Japan

Famous for having hosted the 1972 Winter Olympics, Sapporo is a welcoming tourist favourite which invites a variety of visitors from backpackers to five-star hotel seekers.

Sapporo is the fifth largest city in the country and home to a wide selection of parks and garden areas where many annual festivals and events are held. Visitors to the city looking for Sapporo accommodation can find many hotels aimed at mid-range budgets in an area known as Jozankei.

Jozankei also boasts a number of hot springs and steam baths that draw many tourists every year to sample the relaxing water therapies. Business travellers often stay in this part of Sapporo as it is a great location that is close to a wide choice of restaurants and bars to wine and dine in. Sapporo hotels aimed at business visitors can also be found close to the Business District of the city. Regardless of where you stay it is easy to get around Sapporo by train, taxi or bus.

Hokkaido is home to many ski resorts and due to the cold clime in the winter months there is an abundance of winter based sports to partake in here including skiing and snowboarding.

Choose between staying in a resort, an inn, a hotel or a bed and breakfast while in Sapporo, with something on offer to suit all tastes and budgets. The Sapporo Snow Festival, held in February, attracts millions of visitors every year so accommodation at this time must be booked in advance.

Sapporo Grand Hotel in Hokkaido is one of the most sought-after places to stay in the country. Its restaurant serves up tasty local delicacies as well as international cuisines and the facilities at the hotel are second to none, with a pristine swimming pool and an ideal location close to JR Sapporo Station and the subway. Sapporo JR Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in the city and is found only minutes away from Sapporo Grand Hotel and is complete with a department store.

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