APA Villa Hotel Sendaieki-Itsutsubashi

When you stay at APA Villa Hotel Sendaieki-Itsutsubashi in Sendai, you'll be connected to a shopping center, within a 5-minute drive of Tohoku University and Sendai Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall. This spa hotel is 8.8 mi (14.1 km) from Sekisui Heim Super Arena and 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Jozenji-d...

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Quarto casal econômico, para não fumantes (Small)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto duplo, para não fumantes

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Quarto solteiro, para fumantes

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Quarto casal econômico, para fumantes (Small)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto casal, para fumantes

Max. 2 adults

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Quarto solteiro, para não fumantes

Max. 1 adult

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Quarto duplo, para fumantes

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 10:00

When you stay at APA Villa Hotel Sendaieki-Itsutsubashi in Sendai, you'll be connected to a shopping center, within a 5-minute drive of Tohoku University and Sendai Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall. This spa hotel is 8.8 mi (14.1 km) from Sekisui Heim Super Arena and 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Jozenji-dori Avenue.Make yourself at home in one of the 610 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and LED televisions. Your bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms ...

3-1-1 Itsutsubashi, Wakabayashi-ku - Sendai, Miyagi - Japan - 984-0022

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 10:00

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  • Excellent

    50

  • Very Good

    219

  • Good

    131

  • Reasonable

    34

  • Bad

    31

Travelers profile
  • Business

    178

  • Couples

    53

  • Solo travel

    140

  • Family

    44

  • Friends getaway

    46

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Very good

Reviewed 9 december, 2022

We stayed at this hotel for 1 night. The hotel is not near Sendai JR station and we had to walk about 10 minute. The room was quite small but the bed was comfy and had all anemities. The best part of this hotel is onsen although not large but very good as there were both indoor and outdoor onsen. The staff was friendly and helpful.

tvidya

More suited for business travelers

Reviewed 9 december, 2022

This was the family’s first time trying the APA brand of hotels in Japan. I guess it’s more suitable for business Travellers than families. The rooms didn’t have air conditioning and only heater. Told the front desk that we couldn’t stay in a hot room but was told that there was no way to switch it into air conditioning as it’s centralized controlled. But they did their best and gave us portable air conditioning machine. There was an onsen within the premises but was relatively crowded. Room was small but their draw was their television set which was extremely big. We tried opening the window to let the cold air in but our room was just above the railway and Shinkansen track which was really annoying when they passed.

Your_Travel_Buddy_SG

Hotel with some difficulties in use

Reviewed 29 october, 2022

非常に多くの客室があるビジネスホテルであるが、利用についてはいくつか難があり、進んでお勧めできるホテルではない。 ホテル名に『仙台駅』とあるものの、仙台駅からは他のホテルと比較しても離れている方であり、また荒天時に雨風を凌げる地下道等は無いため、荒天時、仙台駅から徒歩で向かう場合、億劫に感じてしまうだろう。加えて仙台駅から行く場合、歩道橋があり、その歩道橋にはエレベーター等の設備は無く、車椅子等の障碍を持つ方や大きな荷物を持つ方は、信号を利用して遠回りを強いられる可能性がある。ホテルの目の前の愛宕上杉通は、通勤時間帯を始め混雑している上、ホテル専用駐車場も満車になることがしばしばある。 多くの客が利用することを想定して、ホテル内にはエレベーターが4基設置されているが、それでも利用するまでにエレベーターホールで待たされることがしばしばある(エレベーター内に目的のフロアにアクセスするためのカードキーをかざすセンサーは設置されていない)。 ビジネスホテルの各部屋は狭いことが多いが、このホテルでは各フロアに1つでも客室を設置しようとしている設計であるからか、部屋の中がかなり狭い。季節のイベント等、宿泊料金が高めに設定されている期間の場合、宿泊料金が高めに設定されており、割に合わないと感じるかもしれない。 スタッフの対応は概ね丁寧で、各部屋を始めホテル全体が清潔に保たれているが、もし若干宿泊料金が高くてもより仙台駅に近い他のホテルに空きがあれば、そちらを勧めると思う。 It's a business hotel with a very large number of guest rooms, but it has some difficulties in terms of use, and is not a hotel that I would willingly recommend. Although the name of the hotel is "Sendai Station," it's further away from Sendai Station than other hotels, and there is no underground walkway or other means of shelter from the wind and rain during stormy weather, so walking to the hotel from Sendai Station during stormy weather will be a hassle. In addition, there is a pedestrian bridge from Sendai Station, which is not equipped with an elevator, and wheelchair users and those with large luggage may be forced to make a detour at traffic signals. Atago Uesugi Dori in front of the hotel is crowded, especially during commuting hours, and the hotel's private parking lot is often full. In anticipation of many guests, the hotel has four elevators, but even so, guests often have to wait in the elevator hall before they can use the elevators (there are no sensors in the elevators to hold up a card key to access the desired floor). Each room in business hotels is often small, but the rooms in this hotel are quite small, perhaps because the hotel is designed to try to have more guest rooms on each floor. During periods when room rates are set higher, such as for seasonal events, you may find that the room rates are higher and not worth it. The staff is generally courteous and the rooms and the entire hotel is kept clean, but if there were other hotels available that were closer to Sendai Station, I may recommend them, even if the room rates were slightly higher.

Cyber0515

Close to the Sendai Bullet Train

Reviewed 19 may, 2019

The hotel staff were friendly and helpful as when I booked, I added a second night at a later point, and they quickly combined the two bookings to save us having to check in and out. Breakfast was nice and there’s a Japanese dining room available if you want a more authentic experience. An Onsen is also available...sadly I had no time to experience it. The room was very cosy but had a decent sized bed. It’s a short walk to the rail station and shopping etc. Highly recommend this place.

99lanceh

Fair but not excellent

Reviewed 16 may, 2019

A bit hard to find, because you can see it but can't reach it from the viewpoints. Seems pretty new, and quite comfortable. Pillows are dire. No idea whose idea, but not a good one. Breakfast doesn't live up to promise. The worst breakfast , from a westerners viewpoint, that we had in Japan. Picture showed fresh fruit, something like smoothies, and a wide variety of different foods including different breads. In practice little of this was present in the flesh.

ethelman2