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Sapporo Hostels

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  • The 10 Best Hostels in Sapporo, Japan

Budget travelers know there's no better way to make the most of their trip than by staying at a hostel: Save money for exploring during the day, and swap stories with fellow backpackers in the shared kitchen or bar in the evening. Dorm-style bedrooms with shared bathrooms are standard hostel fare, but private rooms are also available for those willing to pay a little more.

Hotels That Guests Love in Sapporo
  • Sapporo Youth Hostel is only one that provide twin beds instead of bunker beds. Room is comfortable but due to late booking was only able to stay for one night instead of 4. Due to the thick snow when there, we ordered Breakfast for next morning which was nice though simple Japanese meal.

  • Clean and worth for budget backpacker. The hostel owner is very helpful and friendly.

  • The location is 10-minute walk to the Sapporo station. The staff are friendly and speak English. The hostel is built recently and look very artistic. They provide bfast & activities like other youth hostels. I think it's a good option if you want to stay near Sapporo station.

  • Comfortable youth hostel, basic but clean and close to train station.

  • The Stay is the Ritz Carlton of backpacker hostels. Big comfy bed, curtain for privacy, everything newly furnished and clean, and the staff even pointed me toward to best ramen place in town (Shingen). I did not use the communal areas much but they sure looked fancy as well.

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