Located in Japan’s scenic Northern Island, Sapporo is the capital of Hokkaido Prefecture. Boasting a population of almost 2 million, Sapporo is Japan’s fifth-largest city and arguably the most beautiful. With its picture-postcard landscape and vibrant downtown precinct, Sapporo is booming with holidaymakers. Home of the 1972 Winter Olympics, Sapporo is nestled between breathtaking mountain ranges and amazing coastlines. The perfect base for exploring the entire island, Hokkaido’s colourful capital offers great access to some of Japan’s most beautiful destinations including Daisetsuzan National Park, Akan and Rishiri Island. Other tourist highlights well worth a visit are the famous Sapporo Beer Museum, amazing Okurayama Observatory, and the magical Moerenuma Park. Accor Hotels in Sapporo are perfect for family holidays, honeymooners, weekenders and business travellers, ideally located and easily accessed. Functional yet spacious rooms offer the most comfortable experience for guests so they can rest well all night long. Trust Accor Hotels for your next trip to Sapporo.

Our hotels in Sapporo

0.66 k.m from the city centre

The Mercure Sapporo enjoys a location in the popular entertainment district of Susukino, renowned for its many bars and restaurants. Offering easy acc...

1.23 k.m from the city centre

The ibis Styles Sapporo Hotel features spacious guest rooms of at least 30 m², decorated based on four distinct concepts The Earth, Snow Drop, Atelier...

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