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AQA Hotel Premium
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Sauna
  7. Spa
  8. Coffee shop
9.2

Exceptional

66 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 160
Sakudaira Plaza 21
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Sauna
  6. Restaurants
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Daily housekeeping
"Great spa and amenities"
7.8

Very good

118 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 60
Hotel Route Inn SakuMinami Inter
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Breakfast [free]
  6. Laundry service
  7. Restaurants
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
7.8

Very good

159 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 79
AQA Hotel Annex
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free internet access
  3. Laundry service
  4. Vending machine
  5. Laundromat
  6. Internet [LAN]
  7. Shared acccessible toilet
  8. Elevator for wheelchair
8.1

Excellent

22 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 96
Toyoko Inn Sakudaira-eki Asama-guchi
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Laundry service
  6. Safety deposit boxes
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Smoking area
"The room was really ok, not too small if compare to other japanese hotels. Only one thing that I feel it was a little bit inconvenience for the customer is the check-in time as it was 16.00. It was a bit late for my opioion. "
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7.9

Very good

171 reviews

Aqa Hotel Sakudaira
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Room service [24-hour]
  2. Room service
  3. Dry cleaning
7.6

Very good

38 reviews

Toyoko Inn Sakudaira-eki Asama-guchi
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free internet access
  3. Laundry service
  4. Vending machine
  5. Laundromat
  6. Internet [LAN]
  7. Internet access – wireless
  8. Japanese
7.4

Very good

13 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 75
Sakudaira Plaza 21
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Game room
  3. Shared acccessible toilet
  4. Fax
  5. Japanese cuisine
  6. Western cuisine
  7. Large indoor bath
  8. Open-air bath (non-mixed)
7.8

Very good

13 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 85
Saku Grand Hotel
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Bicycle rental
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Laundry service
  6. Restaurants
  7. Safety deposit boxes
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
7.9

Very good

30 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 63
Ichimanri Hotel Golden Century
Saku,Saku - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Hot tub
  6. Sauna
  7. Spa
  8. Shops
"The staff were great and although the hotel is getting a bit worn the Hot Springs and Resaurants were amazing! 1F Restaurant has the best Gyoza and Ramen in Japan! I will definitely visit again!!"
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7.4

Very good

142 reviews

Fast facts about Saku, Japan

Accommodations41 properties
Popular hotelAQA Hotel Annex
Popular areaSaku
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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a property in Saku this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star property in Saku this weekend is USD 54.

What's the average price of a property in Saku tonight?

The typical price for a 3-star resort in Saku tonight is USD 55.

What are the top hotels in Saku for families?

Hotels in Saku that are significantly ranked by families include Hotel Route Inn SakuMinami Inter, Sakudaira Plaza 21 and AQA Hotel Premium.

What resorts in Saku have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Saku have given exceptional reviews for the breakfast at Toyoko Inn Sakudaira-eki Asama-guchi, Saku Grand Hotel and Hotel Route Inn SakuMinami Inter.

What places to stay in Saku are very highly rated with regards to sanitation?

Resortsfound in Saku which is exceptionally rated with respect to cleanliness include Oimatsuen, AQA Hotel Premium and Hotel Route Inn SakuMinami Inter.

What are the most appropriate wheelchair accessible hotels in Saku?

Wheelchair-accessible properties in Saku which are exceptionally rated include AQA Hotel Premium, AQA Hotel Premium, and AQA Hotel Premium.

Where can I find rooms in Saku that has free cancellation policy?

Yes, you’ll find most hotel rooms provide free cancellation rates, with which you will receive a full refund if you cancel prior to the deadline. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel deals in Saku.

What are some upcoming holidays in Saku?

The aproaching holidays in city_name include Vernal Equinox on 3/20/2024, Showa Day on 4/29/2024, and Constitution Day on 5/3/2024.

When should I visit Saku?

Last year, Saku garnered its most visitors during the month of November. Regardless, make sure to consider other months during which there are less travelers, as the most popular landmark will be less jampacked.

Are international visitors allowed into Saku?

Foreign travelers are allowed into Saku, according to our most up-to-date information. Due to evolving restrictions, we recommend you visit here for more information.

Is pre-departure covid test required for unvaccinated tourists to enter Saku?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test may be required to enter Saku. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, make sure you stop by the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is covid test upon arrival mandatory for fully vaccinated foreigners to enter Saku?

COVID-19 test may be required on arrival when entering Saku from outside the country. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, be sure to take a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you want to visit, or go to here.

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More about Saku

Discovering Saku: Fun Facts and Reasons to Visit

Saku is a city located in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan. It is known for its beautiful scenery, hot springs, and rich history. The city is surrounded by mountains, making it the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. One of the most interesting things about Saku is that it was once the capital of the Saku Province during the Edo period. Today, the city is a popular destination for tourists who want to experience the traditional Japanese way of life.

Getting to Saku: Your Travel Guide

Saku is easily accessible by train. The city is served by the JR Chuo Line, which connects Tokyo and Nagano. The journey from Tokyo to Saku takes approximately 2 hours by train. Once you arrive in Saku, you can take a taxi or a bus to your hotel. If you prefer to drive, you can rent a car at one of the major airports in Tokyo or Nagano.

Top Things to Do in Saku: A Guide to the Best Attractions

There are many things to see and do in Saku. One of the most popular attractions is the Saku Museum of Modern Art. The museum is home to a collection of modern and contemporary art from Japan and around the world. Another must-see attraction is the Akimiya Shrine. This beautiful shrine is located in the heart of the city and is dedicated to the god of agriculture. For those who love the outdoors, the Asama Hot Springs are a must-visit. These natural hot springs are located at the foot of Mount Asama and offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Why Book Your Saku Hotel with Agoda.com?

Agoda.com offers a wide range of hotels in Saku to suit every budget. Whether you are looking for a luxurious hotel or a budget-friendly option, Agoda.com has something for you. With Agoda.com, you can book your hotel in Saku with ease and confidence. The website is user-friendly, and the customer service team is available 24/7 to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

The Best Time to Visit Saku: Seasonal Highlights

Saku is a year-round destination, but the best time to visit depends on your interests. If you enjoy skiing or snowboarding, the winter months are the best time to visit. The city is surrounded by ski resorts, and the snow conditions are excellent. If you prefer hiking or outdoor activities, the summer months are the best time to visit. The weather is warm, and the mountains are full of lush greenery. The fall months are also a great time to visit, as the leaves change color and the scenery is breathtaking.

Expert Tips for Travelers Visiting Saku

If you are planning a trip to Saku, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, be sure to pack appropriate clothing for the season. If you are visiting in the winter, be sure to bring warm clothing and snow boots. If you are visiting in the summer, be sure to bring light clothing and hiking boots. Second, be sure to bring cash with you. While some places in Saku accept credit cards, many do not. Finally, be sure to try the local cuisine. Saku is known for its delicious soba noodles, which are made from buckwheat flour and served with a variety of toppings.

Where to Stay in Saku: Accommodation for Every Budget

Saku has a wide range of accommodation options to suit every budget. For those who are looking for a luxurious experience, the Sakudaira Plaza 21 is a great option. This hotel offers spacious rooms, a fitness center, and an indoor pool. For those who are looking for a budget-friendly option, the Toyoko Inn Sakudaira-eki Asama-guchi is a great choice. This hotel offers clean and comfortable rooms at an affordable price. Other options include the Ichimanri Hotel Golden Century and the 柏屋旅館<シェアハウス&ゲストハウス>.

Indulging in Saku's Culinary Delights: What to Eat

Saku is known for its delicious cuisine, and there are many local dishes that you should try during your visit. One of the most popular dishes is soba noodles. These noodles are made from buckwheat flour and are served with a variety of toppings, such as tempura or grilled chicken. Another popular dish is oyaki, which is a type of dumpling that is filled with vegetables or sweet bean paste. If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to try the local mochi, which is a type of rice cake that is often filled with sweet red bean paste.

Exploring Saku: Getting Around the City

Saku is a small city, and it is easy to get around on foot or by bicycle. Many of the city's attractions are located within walking distance of each other. If you prefer to use public transportation, there are buses and taxis available. If you are planning to explore the surrounding mountains, it is best to rent a car. This will give you the freedom to explore at your own pace and see all that Saku has to offer.