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Sky Heart Hotel Hakata
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"It’s near bus stops, a subway station, Canal City, Kawabata shopping street, great food, and Hakata station itself is just ten minutes away on foot. So convenient for everything you want to do when you stay in Hakata. The hotel is a bit old but everything is clean and well kept. The breakfast is simple yet very tasty. The small double room was just perfect for our trip but if you’re taller than 5’7” and travelling with one other, it might not work for you. "
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7.7

Very good

1793 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 45
Yaoji Hakata Hotel
Hakata,Hakata - View on map
"Pros: - Location is at the Hakata Center and near Yodobashi, OIOI, Hankyu, Tokyu Hands, and even Canal City. - Twin room we got was just spacious and clean! - Onsen inside the hotel - Value for money - Staff was excellent and hospitable! Con: - In the first morning there was an off odor in the hallway. I would rule it that it came from an unruly guest. That same day it was gone in the afternoon. The next morning it was also gone. It must have been an isolated case. "
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8.4

Excellent

4203 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 60
HEARTS Capsule Hotel &Spa Nakasu
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"the hotel is very conveniently located, just next to a subway station in downtown area. it is 2 subway stations from hakata jr stn while 5 from fukuoka airport. i stayed on a sunday night & the deal is well worth it considering all the "room" & hotel amenities provided."
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8.7

Excellent

642 reviews

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$ 19
Nest Hotel Hakata Station
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"The Hakata Nest Hotel is located only 5 minutes walk from the Hakata train station. It is also only a 10 minute walk to Canal City Shopping Center. There are numerous restaurants on the main road leading to Hakata Station as well as the ones in the station. This hotel is new so the rooms are clean and comfortable. Size is small, which is typical of Japanese hotels. Bed is comfortable and pillows are soft! Reception was efficient and polite, but not as friendly as other other hotels we stayed in. "
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8.4

Excellent

3177 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 43
HOTEL TORIFITO HAKATA GION
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8.5

Excellent

251 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 74
Toho Hotel Zonk Nakasu Deaibashi
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"Good costee"
7.9

Very good

88 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 36
Nine Hours Nakasukawabata Station
Hakata,Hakata - View on map
"9hrs is on the level B1 of Riverain shopping mall. Opposite the mall is a supermarket that offers the cheapest foods, fruits and drinks in the area. Also opposite it is a shopping arcade which leads straight to Canal City, a very popular shopping mall. The location is almost perfect except that it’s a bit too far to walk to Hakata station. The hotel has a small sitting area in the reception hall, that’s where you can eat and buy water/tea. Then you’ll enter locker area, and then sleeping area. Upon checking in you’ll get big and small towels, night-wears, slippers and a toothbrushing kit - you won’t need to open your luggage. The sleeping pod is big compared to many capsule places, and quite sound-proofed to me. Pillow is a bit hard. Anyway, I got a very good price this time, about 2/3 the price I got in Sendai two years ago. Otherwise I may have gone to normal hostels where I can use washing machines and refrigerators."
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9

Exceptional

543 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 33
HEARTSCAPSULEHOTELandSPA
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"There is also a cafe and a family mart locates inside if you needed anything and didn't go far."
7.5

Very good

83 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 19
HOTEL THE HAKATA TERRACE
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"Nice view and has all the necessary things to get by."
7.5

Very good

31 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 62
Miyako Hotel Hakata
Hakata,Hakata - View on map
"The room of miyako hotel is bigger than other hotel in hakata, it is 31 m2. Also, the room is very new and clean. The staff are all helpful and polite! I will live in this hotel when I come back to hakata!"
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9

Exceptional

1762 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 244
Sky Heart Hotel Hakata
Hakata,Hakata - View on map
"It’s near bus stops, a subway station, Canal City, Kawabata shopping street, great food, and Hakata station itself is just ten minutes away on foot. So convenient for everything you want to do when you stay in Hakata. The hotel is a bit old but everything is clean and well kept. The breakfast is simple yet very tasty. The small double room was just perfect for our trip but if you’re taller than 5’7” and travelling with one other, it might not work for you. "
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7.7

Very good

1793 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 45

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Hakata was once a separate town from Fukuoka. Until the 19th century, Fukuoka was a community of aristocrats and high-ranking officials, while Hakata was where the commoners lived. The two towns merged in 1889, but the name ‘Hakata’ is still attached to everything from Hakata Train Station to Hakata Riverain commercial complex.

In the past few years, Hakata has been at the heart of a cosmopolitan revolution. World-class shopping centers have been built in recent years, including Fukuoka Mitsukoshi, Solaria Plaza (near Kego Park) and Acros Tenjin. These are grouped closely together in the center of the district within reach of Tenjin Bus Center. These shops and transport hubs are next-door to several hotels in Hakata, and guests can easily get around on foot or by subway.

On the opposite bank of the river, Canal City Hakata is one of the most visually striking commercial complexes. It was designed by an American architect and hosts more than a hundred shops and a luxury hotel.

Most of Hakata’s visitors are commercial tourists, here for a mix of shopping and sightseeing. Away from the modern shopping scene is a selection of museums and traditional arts venues. Fukuoka Kenritsu Museum explores the district’s history, art and culture; Hakataza presents traditional theater and music; and the expansive Oohori Park (near the American Consulate) offers an escape from the urban atmosphere in a traditionally landscaped environment.

Hakata is well-connected to the rest of Fukuoka by subway. Gion Station and Nakaswu Kawabata Station are east of the river near mid-range and up-market hotels in Hakata. On the west bank, Tenjin Station provides access to one of the liveliest nightlife districts in Fukuoka.