DIRECTIONS

By train

  • SUBWAY Namboku Line
    ・A 2-minute walk from Exit 22 of Sapporo Subway Station on the Namboku Lines and Toho Lines.
  • JR
    ・Disembark at JR Sapporo Station. Go out the East Ticket Gate to the right and then proceed towards the South Exit, from where it is about a 7-minute walk to the hotel.

From the airport

  • From Shin-Chitose Airport
    ・Take the "Rapid Airport Express" train on the JR Chitose Line to Sapporo Station (40 minutes).
  • Airport Limousine Bus
    ・Airport Limousine Bus is available from New Chitose Airport to Hotel Monterey Sapporo and Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo.The bus is highly recommended for those who stay in Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo as the bus drops you just in front of the hotel entrance.
    An 80 minute ride at JPY 1,000 per adult will offer you a comfortable journey to the hotel.
    Please ensure to catch an airport limousine bus only for Sapporo Downtown from International Terminal, ANA Arrival Gate or JAL Arrival Gate A at New Chitose Airport but NOT Sapporo Downtown Direct Bus.

By car

  • Located about 20 minutes by car from Sapporo-Kita Interchange on the Sasson Expressway.

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    Mount Moiwa Observation Deck

    This is the perfect place to view Sapporo at night, and has been ranked as one of the top 3 most beautiful night views in Japan! From the observation deck at the summit, visitors can enjoy 360-degree panoramic views of the twinkling city nights, as well as some fresh mountain air. A ropeway and cable car will take you up the 531m ascent.
    [About 35 minutes by train / bus from Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo]

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    Former Hokkaido Government Office Building

    This iconic red brick building, set in a beautiful park, is a popular place to take an Instagram photo to remind you of your trip. It is not only a historic site, but there are exhibition rooms displaying artefacts and providing an insight into the history of Hokkaido. Furthermore, it is within walking distance of the hotel, and just 7 minutes on foot from Sapporo Station.
    [About 10 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo]

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    Odori Park

    Located in the center of Sapporo, Odori Park contains flower beds, fountains, and sculptures. A variety of seasonal events make it a popular year-round venue for locals and visitors alike. With a length of 1.5 km, the park is an ideal place to enjoy a relaxing stroll amongst the myriad of flowers.
    [About 5 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo]

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    Sapporo TV Tower

    Sapporo TV Tower stands exactly in the center of Sapporo, marking where the city's northern and southern districts are divided. We recommend not only viewing the tower when lit up at night, but also riding up to the observation deck, which at 90 meters above ground offers wonderful views of Odori Park and the city itself.
    [About 5 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo]

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    Sapporo Clock Tower

    Built in 1878 (during the Meiji era), the Clock Tower originally served as a drill hall for the Sapporo Agricultural College. A symbol of the city, the building is the oldest in Sapporo, while the clock is Japan's oldest pendulum clock. It now houses a small museum, allowing visitors to learn about the Clock Tower and the Sapporo Agricultural School. The sound of the bells chiming on the hour will be sure to stir feelings of nostalgia.
    [About 5 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo]

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    Sapporo Hitsujigaoka Observation Hill

    The hill offers visitors a chance to enjoy viewing the city of Sapporo, set against the idyllic Hokkaido backdrop of sheep grazing in the surrounding pastures. Here can also be found the famous statue of Dr. William Clark, who was a pioneer for developing the frontier spirit in Hokkaido, and coined the phrase "Boys, be ambitious!", which is also the motto for Hokkaido University. Be sure to write down your 'vow of ambition' and post it on the statue of Dr. Clark!
    [About 35 minutes by train / bus from Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo]

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