11 best hotels in Sendai
Fast facts about Sendai, Japan
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Frequently asked questions
What's the average price of a hotel in Sendai?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Sendai is USD 59. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Sendai is USD 165.
What's the average price of a hotel in Sendai this weekend?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Sendai this weekend is USD 67. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Sendai this weekend is USD 215.
What's the average price of a hotel in Sendai tonight?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Sendai tonight is USD 67. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Sendai tonight is USD 204.
What are the best hotels in Sendai near Sendai Airport?
What are the best hotels in Sendai near Sendaijo Ato?
What are the best hotels in Sendai near Mitsui Outlet Park Sendai Port?
Verified travelers to Sendai who stayed near Mitsui Outlet Park Sendai Port have given top reviews to Dormy Inn Express Sendai Seaside Hot Springs.
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What's the best neighborhood in Sendai to stay in?
Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Sendai include Sendai, Natori and Tagajo.
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More about Sendai
The city was founded in the early 1600s and history buffs will find Sendai to be a fascinating city. It is home to the largest Tanabat festival in Japan, attracting around two million visitors who come to celebrate the stars Altair and Vega reaching their zenith. A traditional part of the Tanabata festival involves hanging paper decorations from bamboo with wishes and prayers enclosed inside, a practice that has evolved over centuries into origami. Booking a hotel in Sendai during Tanabat is particularly difficult, so visitors should plan well ahead of time.
Positioned as it is in a bountiful position between the mountains and the sea, Sendai boasts excellent regional cuisine. Seafood, fruits and vegetables are all well-represented in local dishes, the city particularly noted high quality sushi, sashimi, and sake. Sendai has its own special version of miso and beef tongue and wagashi are also popular local treats. Most Sendai hotels will have an attached restaurant that can offer guests a sample of local cuisine.
One Sendai attraction for sightseers is Sendai Castle. The ruins sit upon Mount Aoba in the center of town and offer panoramic views over Sendai. A monument and several original sections of the castle stand on the site, currently being rebuilt after bombing during WWII destroyed much of it.
Be sure to check out the interactive map of Sendai for information on hotel locations, attractions, and must-see destinations.