Hotel JAL City Sapporo Nakajima Park
Hotel JAL City Sapporo Nakajima Park Opens
Now open – 211 Rooms
Based on Hotel JAL City's brand concept "smart simplicity", the new hotel will offer a smart and simple stay experience and respond to customer needs with a consolidated range of highly functional services. The property will also feature spacious hot bath facilities offering guests a comfortable environment in which to relax after a long day.
The hotel is located in the center of Sapporo adjacent to Susukino station, a venue for the "Sapporo Snow Festival", one of Japan's most famous winter festivals, which attracts many visitors from all over the world every year. The nearby Nakajima Park has been recognized as one of Japan's top 100 historical parks, and provides visitors with a majestic sweep of nature in the city center.
Hotel JAL City Sapporo Nakajima Park will offer 211 guest rooms ranging between 21 and 28 square meters in size. The design of the hotel is based on the theme of snow, a symbol of the city of Sapporo; guest room designs additionally incorporate stylized snow crystals of a type which was popular in the Edo period in Japan. The bathrooms are in Japanese style with a separate toilet; most come equipped with rain showers and separate bathtubs and showers.
In addition, a large-capacity high-speed wireless LAN will be available throughout the hotel and all guest rooms will feature large 4K TVs with mirroring functionality, allowing smartphones and other smart devices to connect to them. Bathrooms will include original amenities with 100% plant-derived ingredients that are gentle on the skin and environmentally friendly.
This is the first hotel in the Hotel JAL City group to offer large hot bath facilities. The interiors are finished in black granite and facilities include a sauna for men and a whirlpool for women.
The Cafe Contrail restaurant menu will feature various seafood and vegetable dishes. During breakfast, served between 07:00 and 10:00, fresh seasonal seafood including sashimi raw fish will be prepared in front of guests.