Quarto duplo, para não fumantes
Max. 2 adults
Quarto casal, para não fumantes
Max. 2 adults
Quarto solteiro, para não fumantes
Max. 1 adult
Check-out ends at: 10:00
2-28-6 Nakajima-cho - Muroran, Hokkaido - Japan - 050-0074
Check-out ends at: 10:00
Drive to Lake Toya and Noboribetsu from here.
Reviewed 10 september, 2017
Sunroute Hotel Muroran Muroran is a small city in between Lake Toya and Noboribetsu. If you wish to visit both places and don’t want to stay in the expensive hotels or ryokans, Muroran is a nice location to be in. You can rent a car here and Lake Toya is about 60 km and Noboribetsu is about 20 km away. Very accessible. Sunroute Hotel is in Higashi Muroran. Basically, it is not far away from Higashi Muroran Train Station. The Hokuto train stops here. Convenient. The hotel is about 10 minutes walk from the station. Taxi fare 550 yen. The hotel provides free parking lots on site. They have two car parks. Car park one is very small and just behind the hotel. However you will need to hand over your car key to the hotel staff as they may need to move your car just in case. Car park two is just a one-minute walk away and you don’t have to hand over car key. The rooms are basic. Water boiler is a small induction cooker. You can only boil one cup of water at any one time. Breakfast spread is very simple. However, it is good enough for you to start your morning activities. Across the river within walking distance to the north of the hotel, there are many eateries and one large convenient store. You will be surprised by the availability of good food in Higashi Muroran. There are some good eating places opposite Dormy Inn too. Lawson is just across the road.
Siang Teng L
The price is lower than hotel's value
Reviewed 27 july, 2016
Staff is nice , location is good because near convenient store and not far from attraction and this is not actually a dislike but the hotel parking lot is quite far from lobby if you rent a car for self drive in hokkaido
It's the big brown building . . . . . .
Reviewed 14 january, 2016
Just leave Higashi-Muroran station through the West Exit and you'll see it abutting the road that runs straight ahead. It is on the left-hand side, 8-10 minutes' walk away - dead easy. Supposedly, I had booked a smoking room (the first time I've made that mistake, if that was the case). That sort of screwed things up from the start, especially breathing through the mouth for the first few hours. Rank. Still, that is pretty much what should be expected in a smoking room it seems and the hotel should not be judged accordingly. Even so, it's a pretty dowdy place and you'd probably only visit the city on business or if you'd done the finger-on-the-map exercise and landed here (which is what I did). Muroran itself has more to offer with some walks around the harbour and ocean. It's only 12 minutes away by the excellent regional JR service. If I had to return to the area, I would probably choose elsewhere. Even so, this is a very reasonably-priced hotel and the room had been thoroughly cleaned.
A convenient and nice hotel
Reviewed 17 march, 2015
This was the first time I have stayed in Sunroute Hotel Chain. This hotel is located close enough to the train station. You can either walk (less than 10 minutes) or take a taxi (Yen 550) a convenient place for business or holiday goers. Nearby there are several shops, a department store and a shopping mall. Besides you won't find it hard to locate decent restaurants around providing various choices from sushi bars to traditional restaurants where you sit on the tatami while drinking sake and eating. The hotel room is cosy though I won't say luxury. It is indeed reflected in the price. No complain at all. On the higher floors, you can take a glimpse of the Hakucho Bridge from the corridor or from some rooms facing the south. The breakfast is decent. There are several restaurants in this hotel which are good for organizing function and party. There is a cake shop next to the lobby from where you can buy some souvenirs if you like. The staff are very polite. Dōmo arigatōgozaimasu!
Reviewed 8 september, 2020