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Kids grow up fast, but it’s all the more reason to create lasting memories with a few good family holidays. They may not thank you now, but the mental picture of you dancing in your bathers will be one that they’ll cherish forever (maybe). Find every kind of family accommodation in Hokkaido, along with car hire and package deals, with our easy-to-use online booking system. We have endless options to please even the pickiest guests in your clan.
Close to entertainment, shopping, theme parks and restaurants, our range of hotels ensure that you’ll never lack places to spend time or activities to do together, whatever your budget. Cheap family hotels in Hokkaido also provide extra savings that you can use on souvenirs and matching (temporary) tattoos. Room choices here can fit any size family, whether you need double beds, a connecting door or a whole suite to keep everyone comfortable. Kid-friendly dining and activities will help make you feel welcome. And if this has the added benefit of giving you a little time to relax on your own…all the better!
Wotif’s deals on Hokkaido family accommodation can keep your brood coming back year after year, so you can renew that memory of your dancing until they’re old enough to appreciate its true brilliance. Until then, keep dropping it like it’s hot, savvy traveller. One day your kids will do the same dance for your grandchildren to delight and/or scar them just as much.
Family Hotels in Hokkaido
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|APA Hotel Sapporo Susukino StationNishi, Hotel Nord Otaru, Hotel Mystays Sapporo Nakajima Park, Niseko Hakuunso, Hotel Naturwald Furano, Hilton Niseko Village, ibis Styles Sapporo, Sapporo Grand Hotel, Hotel Mystays Premier Sapporo, Hotel WBF Grande Hakodate, Unwind Hotel & Bar Sapporo, Always Niseko|