We stayed in three different Dormy Inns (two in Hokkaido and one in Tokyo) and really liked this business hotel chain. The hotels are in convenient locations, are clean, attractively priced (by Japanese standards) and have nice baths. The car park is just next door. The rooms are a decent size. The wife liked the free ramen noodles for guests every night around 8 pm or so. I liked the baths and the comfy shirt and sweatpants they give you to lounge around in your room, to wear up to the hot baths or even lounge around in the lobby, surfing the free internet. A big plus here was that the windows in the room could open (though there was some street noise). As I noted in other Japan hotel reviews, they do have a problem during the change of seasons from September through October. Many hotels have rooms with windows that cannot open and the aircon has been shut off, but the heating was not on yet either, and there was no fan to even circulate the stuffy air. It makes for a lousy, very uncomfortable night. The city nightlife seemed a bit busier than other parts of Hokkaido (outside of Sapporo). A must try is the pork/rice bowl from a place just across from the train station. It is so good that no one talks, just eats. It was the quietest eatery I've ever been in. Go for the large bowl washed down with a nice cold beer (Sapporo beer, what else?)
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