Welcome to La Vista Hakodate Bay, your Hakodate “home away from home.” La Vista Hakodate Bay aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hakodate, La Vista Hakodate Bay Hotel is located a short distance from Motomachi Catholic Church (0.4 mi) and Kyu Soma-tei (0.4 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at La Vista Hakodate Bay Hotel. In addition, La Vista Hakodate Bay offers a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Hakodate trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Lucky Pierrot Bay Area Main Store or Hakodate Asaichi Restaurant Ikuratei. Otherwise, you may want to check out a barbeque restaurant such as Genghis Kan Meimeitei, Korakuen, or Ikariya.
If you’re looking for something to do, Daimon Yokocho (0.7 mi), Hachimanzaka (0.4 mi), and Motomachi (0.4 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of La Vista Hakodate Bay Hotel.
La Vista Hakodate Bay puts the best of Hakodate at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I did a bullet trip at the end of the year. The atmosphere and facilities of the hotel are pleasant. The SPA is spacious and relaxing. Towels are always available in the SPA. I would recommend the Japanese and Western style rooms. The room is a little bit bigger than I expected. However, the massage service on the second floor is very Poor and I do not recommend it. I want my money back.!!!! It's not worth it. I pointed out the problem to the front desk, but they said, "It's outsourced. It's a subcontractor. hahaha.... I was disappointed that the hotel didn't seem to take the problem into their own hands. I also asked the front desk to arrange a taxi for the next day's sightseeing, but they said they didn't have one. I had no choice but to look for a brochure behind the front desk and found one, so I arranged it myself. Too bad. 久々に最悪の泊まりになりました。これは選択を皆様考えるべきです。施設はとっても良いです。温泉も最高です。食事も良いです。アクセスも悪くなく便利で周囲に施設もいっぱいあります。何よりもサービスの問題です。観光客相手だとこんなもんですかね。再度訪問はありません。…
Located near the popular sightseeing center at Hakodate Bay. La vista is one of the famous hotel with it rank “number one” buffet breakfast in town. It offer all you can eat sashimi “Ika”, shrimp, flying roe” as well as other Japanese /western style breakfast,,,plus the make in Hokkaido milk and pudding. On the top floor of the hotel, is onsen place that you can see night view of Hokkaido Bay.
A new experience for a British visitor, a Japanese onsen hotel, where visitors can enjoy bathing in the hot thermal pools. Bathing is naked and there are a number of customs to observe! The hotel is special and different, the bedrooms are smaller but very well equipped with attention to small details, for example coffee beans and coffee grinder! And of course special robes to wear to go to the pools! Next morning a superb treat, the best breakfast buffet in Japan!! It’s official and I can highly recommend it!!
Hakodate is quite a small town but the main touristy places were within reach near the hotel or accessible by tram. Love that the hotel was walking distance from the seafood market and the Redbrick Warehouse shopping area. It was also nearby the ropeway to Mt. Hakodate. The room was pretty small. I wasn't expecting it to be large but it was small to an extent that the 'bathroom' was just a small cubicle with a toilet and shower area (separated) and the sink was in the room. We had a small suitcase and a medium suitcase but they couldnt really be opened together in the room without it blocking the corridor to the door. The bed was right next to the window and whoever slept near the window could feel a cool breeze from the window. Despite the size of the room, the bed was comfortable and the room was cozy enough for the night's stay. There was a coffee bean grinder (and beans provided) and also 2 packs of free popcorn which seemed to be a popular snack for tourists to buy. A basket of towel and clothes to wear to the rooftop onsen was provided in the room. The onsen was separated into male and female baths each with outdoor and indoor baths. The female changing room was huge with vanity tables and vinegar drinks which you can dispense to drink as you wish. There were lots of people using the onsen but it doesnt seem overcrowded as there were still space for you to sit whether in the pools or the shower area. The indoor area had 2 indoor baths and one cold water bath while the outdoor area had one large bath and 3 small tubs. It was snowing while I was there so enjoying a hot soak while feeling the snowfall was a very lovely experience. The outdoor area was sheltered but the wind did blow the snow into the pool. After the hot bath, we could cool off with the ice lollies back out in the common area which could be enjoyed while looking out at the beautiful view. Such a good idea, especially if you had to wait for a partner to finish. The breakfast didn't disappoint! Such a variety of food to choose from, even unlimited crab roes! The notices say that the restaurant gets busy from 8am onwards so we went at 7:30am and there was already a long queue to get in (but it wasnt a long wait). It turns out that if you were to arrive at 9am for breakfast (that was when we left) the queues would be much shorter and there would still be enough food.…
The hotel is located at the Bay Area which is within walking distance to many attractions and recommended local food joints. The buffet breakfast was excellent with plenty of choices and fresh seafood - must try! The hotel room is rather aged and needed renovation.