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Rewards Category 4 Points needed per night

Fairfield by Marriott Sapporo is located in the center of Sapporo, a convenient 1-minute walk to "Susukino" and "Nijo Fish Market". Susukino has a variety of restaurants and you'll find your favorite. Fresh seafood is lined up at Nijo Fish Market every morning and you can enjoy it just by watching it. The hotel is designed with the concept of "The Beauty Of Simplicity", and the rooms are equipped with facilities that are simple yet easy to use. The on-site restaurant overlooking the hotel's courtyard offers a breakfast buffet made mainly from Hokkaido ingredients, while the live kitchen allows you to order egg benedict and your favorite egg dishes. Enjoy a special croissant and coffee at the on-site cafe between sightseeing and business.

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Key Amenities

  • Free high-speed internet
  • Fitness center
  • Meeting event space

Highlights

  • Start your day with a special breakfast include freshly baked croissants and pancakes, as well as your favorite egg dishes and freshly squeezed juice.

  • We'll help you get it done with the courteous service you deserve and smartly designed lobbies and guest rooms with free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

  • A cafe where you can easily enjoy coffee, a fitness center where you can exercise anytime, etc., are equipped to keep your daily routine.


【Notice of Breakfast Suspension】

Due to the government's state of emergency, the number of guests has continued to decrease, and we have been forced to temporarily suspend breakfast business. Period: 17 Feb - 31 Mar 2021 Please note that the period is subject to change depending on situation.

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