Travelodge Sapporo Susukino is excellent at all the essentials. You’ll never lose touch with the world when we’ve got high-speed WiFi and 24/7 support to help you navigate your way in this exciting city.

Nestle in one of the Japan’s top 3 largest entertainment districts, The hotel is neighbor to local restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment stores.

We’re a doorstep away from Susukino Station and within walking distance to Sapporo Station, which provides easy access to all parts of Hokkaido for both domestic and international travellers.

The design concept of guestrooms is simple modern yet relaxing to provide you with a restful night’s sleep to get you ready for a day of exploration in Sapporo. Each room is also equipped with a working desk and seamless connectivity to ensure a fuss-free stay for business travellers.

Our “Social” serves a daily breakfast with a variety of dishes. During the day, the area transforms into a coworking or networking space with varied seating plans and adequate plug-ins and power outlets accessible to public and staying guests. The hotel is also equipped with self-service laundromat to make our guests and long-stayers feel just like their home.

Whether you’re here for work, play or long stay, don’t stress it – Travelodge Sapporo Susukino has got you essentially covered.

Facilities

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Comfy rooms with our signature beds

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Self-service laundromat

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High-speed WiFi and LCD TV

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Co-working space for individual work

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24-hour reception

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Convenience store nearby

From New Chitose Airport

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Taxi

Take a taxi from the available taxi stand in respective arrival terminals. The journey will take a distance of 55 km, or approximately 60 minutes.

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Airport Train

Take the Rapid Airport Train to the Sapporo station, then catch a local subway at the Sapporo Subway station.  Please get in the Nanboku line (which means North-South line) board Makomanai.  Get out at Susukino station and exit at the gate 4.

Getting around the city

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Susukino Station

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Sapporo Beer Museum

Do you know that Hokkaido is the birthplace of beer in Japan? Sapporo Beer, one of the country's most popular and oldest beer brands, has been brewing its beer in Sapporo since 1877. The only museum in Japan dedicated to beer, the museum first opened in 1987 as a place where you can explore the long history of beer making. After the museum tour, visitors can gulp freshly brewed beer shipped directly from the Sapporo Breweries Hokkaido Brewery and the Sapporo Kaitakushi Brewery. When you're there, try various beers such as Sapporo Draft Kuro Label, which locals widely love, the Hokkaido exclusive Sapporo Classic, or the Kaitakushi Beer Kaitakushi Brewery produces in Sapporo.

Tips: As you’re probably going to drink, it is better to eat beforehand!

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 3 km, or a 10-minute drive
Subway: Higashi-Kuyakusho-Mae Station

Address: 9 Chome-1-1 Kita 7 Johigashi, Higashi Ward, Hokkaido 065-8633, Japan
Phone: +81117481876
Website: http://www.sapporobeer.jp/brewery/s_museum/
Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Closed on Monday)

Susukino

Are you looking for some entertainment in Hokkaido? Look no further; Susukino is the answer. The largest entertainment district in the north of Japan, the bustling neighbourhood is packed with an array of nightclubs, restaurants, karaoke shops, and pachinko parlours. Whether you're looking for a hidden speakeasy bar to enjoy the infamous craft beer to the latest dance club scene, Susukino offers them all. It is also the best place to enjoy Japan's nomihodai, or "all you can drink" drinking culture! That's not it – Susukino is also famous for its Ramen Yokocho, or ramen alley hidden in the Tanukikoji shopping street. The entire alley features popular ramen shops specializing in different types of ramen in each region.

Tips: Don’t forget to snap a photo of yourself in front of the popular landmark of the Susukino Building, which features the illuminating Nikka Whiskey light signage.

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 5-minute walk
Subway: Susukino Station

Sapporo Clock Tower

An icon of the city of Sapporo, Sapporo Clock Tower is the city's oldest remaining structure from the past. The clock tower was first built in 1878 as a theatrical hall of the Sapporo Agricultural School, known as Hokkaido University today. The clock tower was an idea from then vice principal, Dr. John Clark, to design it for a drill hall for students to do their physical education, military training, and ceremony hall. For many foreigners, the clock tower seemed rather familiar because the tower's design was inspired by the mid and western regions of America during the frontier era. The clock tower is now home to different exhibitions, photos, and development information on the history of agriculture in Sapporo. In 1970, Sapporo Clock Tower was designated an 'Important Cultural Property' and by 2019, it was certified as 'Mechanical Engineering Heritage' of Japan. To this date, the bell chimes every hour.

Tips: Wait until the clock strikes 12 to heart the bell chime!

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 3 km, or a 10-minute drive
Subway: Odori Station

Address: 2 Chome Kita 1 Jonishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0001, Japan
Phone: +81112310838
Website: http://www.sapporobeer.jp/brewery/s_museum/
Opening hours: 08:45 a.m. – 5:10 p.m.

Sapporo TV Tower

Nope, you are not about to watch TV, although it is a TV and radio broadcasting tower. The 147,2m tall tower is famous for its observation deck, which allows you to experience the beautiful panoramic view of the whole city day and night. Besides observation deck, the tower also features a gourmet food court, an underground shopping street in Aurora Town, and a tourist information center. The observation deck is wrapped with big windows, allowing you to see the clear view. They also provide a telescope you can use to see the city in greater detail. The observation deck is particularly popular during the annual Sapporo Snow Festival in February as the next-door attraction, Odori Park, transforms into a winter wonderland.

Tips: If you want to experience both daytime and nighttime view of the city, you can opt for a special day and evening ticket, which enables you to visit the deck twice!

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 1 km, or a 10-minute walk
Subway: Sapporo Station

Address: 1 Chome Odorinishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0042, Japan
Phone: +81112411131
Website: https://www.tv-tower.co.jp/en/
Opening hours: 09:00 a.m. – 09:50 p.m.

Hokkaido Jingu Shrine

A resting place of four deities, the shrine is among the most popular in the city. Three gods were first selected to watch over the reclamation of Hokkaido, which are Okunitama, Onamuchi, and Sukunahikona, before Emperor Meiji became the fourth god to be enshrined in Sapporo-jinja. Although the shrine burned down in 1974, it was successfully restored in 1978. As you walk toward the shrine, avoid walking or shooting from the main path, as it is the causeway of the Gods. A trip to the shrine is not complete without also exploring the spacious 70 hectares Maruyama Park, next to the shrine. The park is a thriving natural ecosystem where nature l

Tips: The shrine is known to be one of the best places to enjoy cherry blossoms in northern Japan during spring!

How to get there
Drive from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 4.5 km, or a 15-minute drive
Subway: Maruyama Koen Station

Address: 474 Miyagaoka, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-8505, Japan
Phone: +81116110261

Website: http://www.hokkaidojingu.or.jp/eng/
Opening hours: 07:00 a.m. – 04:00 p.m.

GOOD EATS

Nijo Market Ohiso

If Sapporo specialty food can be summed up in one word, it would have to be seafood. Between multiple species of crab to prawns and scallops to sashimi, you can have them all in a bowl of kaisendon. Although kaisendon, a bowl of sushi rice topped with slices of raw seafood can be found throughout Japan, bowls found in Sapporo are exemplary, with seafood that brims with freshness and has a delicate flavour from the cold, clean surrounding oceans. Many restaurants in Sapporo use local Hokkaido rice, so you’ll get a double dose of regional specialities. Kaisendon comes in all sorts of varieties, and some even include up to 20 different types of seafood. When in Sapporo, be sure to grab a bowl with local specialities like ikura (salmon roe), crab meat, salmon, botan ebi (prawn), uni (sea urchin roe), scallops and squid.

Must order:
– Kaisendon
– Sashimi
– Grilled seafood
– Sushi

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 700m, or a 10-minute walk

Subway: Susukino Station
Address: Minami 3-jo, Higashi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0052, Japan

Phone: +81112225308
Website: https://nijomarket.com/en/top_en/
Opening hours: 07:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m.

Soup Curry Garaku

No trip to Sapporo is complete without at least a bowl of soup curry, a medicinal herbal soup back in the 1970s which has become a classic Sapporo dish today. The soup broth is rich in flavour from the spices, with a thinner texture from the regular Japanese curry and topped with chunky vegetables such as lotus root, pumpkin, baby corn, eggplant and mushrooms. As for the protein, chicken leg is a classic ingredients, although bacon, lamb, beef tendon and fresh seafood are also widely used. You can customise the spiciness level and toppings you would like with your warm bowl. Soup Curry Garaku is one of the most popular establishments serving the dish, so be prepared to wait, especially during busy hours!

Must order:
– Chicken leg and vegetable soup curry
– Kami-furano shabushabu and vegetable soup Curry
– 15-kind of vegetable soup curry

How to get there
Walk from Travelodge Sapporo Susukino: 700m, or a 10-minute walk
Subway: Odori Station

Address: Okumura Building B1 (North Entrance), 2-6-1 Minami 2-jo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0063, Japan

Phone: +81112335568
Website: http://www.s-garaku.com/
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. – 03:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. – 08:30 p.m

Lin Heung

Lin Heung Tea House has been serving traditional dim sum for nine decades. A favourite among locals and tourists alike, it is one of a few dim sum places that continues to serve dim sum on traditional trolleys. Whether you come early or late, the place is always packed and sharing a table has become a norm in the restaurant. Once the dim sum ladies arrive in your table, it is a matter of the fastest runner and fastest hands to get their wish list. So yes, do come all prepared!

Must order: Lotus Seed Paste Bun Steamed Chicken Bun Cheong Fun

How to get there Walk from TLCH: 750 m or 10-minute walk
Train: Sheung Wan
Bus: Wellington Street; Queen’s Road Central

Address: 160號 Wellington St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Phone: +85225444556
Opening hours: 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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