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Sapporo International Youth Hostel

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is the first time me and my hubby, each of us to share room with 3 foreigner. Nevertheless the experience is unexpected good : D All place in the hostel is very clean and tidy. Staff is nice, guests is discipline n polite. For sure will consider a hostel again for our next trip ^ ^

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Reviewed 18 February 2016 via mobile

I was staying here for 3 days during winter festival. I must say that this place is amazing: very close to subway station, staff are incredibly helpful. Minimarket is in walking distance They also have shower room and in-house onsen

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Thank Maria B
Ko Samui, Thailand
Reviewed 3 October 2015

The Sapporo International Youth Hostel is a large modern hostel. It has comfortable rooms with 4 individual beds instead of bunk beds. There are privacy curtains and lockers. The bathrooms are super clean and the toilets have the high tech toilet seat warmers and other gadgets. There is a typical Japanese bath in the basement to soak in. The location...

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Thank El_Chinito1
Osaka, Japan
Reviewed 21 April 2014

very beautiful hostel, exceptionally clean. Most people not from Japan so I was kind of special . Ha ha. Very helpful staff, and big rooms. Very good location easy to get to trains. Recommend to all foreign guests. Please stay here.

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2Thank Mika K
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 16 February 2014 via mobile

We were caught out with a mix up at our other accommodation and were redirected here. The service was fantastic and the staff were extraordinarily helpful with pointing us in the right direction when it came to using the subway, finding local shops and helping us get to the snow festival. The kitchen is rather small as they have a...

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3Thank thewanderingboots
Piaseczno
Reviewed 30 June 2013

This typical hostel is located out of city centre but you can reach it easily by subway. Hostel offers dormitory and private rooms as well. But be aware unmarried couples are not allowed to share private room. Hostel offers showers and japanese bath.

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3Thank Unforgiven11
Kawasaki, Japan
Reviewed 3 March 2012

If you are a traveller who needs value for money . This is the place. Clean Convinient Helpful staff With kitchen Spacious rooms for cheap Good for family too 2 mins away from subway

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1Thank pharoah_dh
Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed 19 December 2011

If you want to party this is not the place for you, especially in winter... They have a curfew and they won't open the doors for you even when caught out in the snow after midnight :( If you plan to travel, do sightseeing, shop and return during the evening this is definitely the place for you - close to...

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1Thank sanada23
Boston, MA
Reviewed 27 June 2011

Having traveled through Europe, the idea of a "hostel" may bring to mind shabby conditions, bedbugs, and drunken twentysomethings...but this place is the complete opposite. Large rooms (by Japanese standards), sparkling clean facilities, fast wireless, decent breakfast, nice ofuro (hot bath) in the basement, and a supremely helpful staff. I have stayed here seven times over the past seven years,...

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Thank Skiold
Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed 31 January 2011

due to the curfew, I will never visit this place again... even though I prefer traveling and doing as much as I can during the day time, I find it impossible to be in a place which will lock you out, in case you miss the last train, or get lost in your way, or just wanna have a mid-night...

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Address: 6-5-35 Toyohira 6-jo, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo 062-0906, Hokkaido
Region: Japan > Hokkaido > Sapporo > Gakuenmae Station
Price Range: RM84 - RM292 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 35
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