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Hotels in Furano start at $149 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Wandering in Hokkaido? To experience it like the locals do, reserve places to stay which are just a short drive from the main part of Furano. Travelocity's extensive hotel guide presently has listed 4 hotels and apartments around a 6-mile (10-kilometer) radius of Furano.
The New Furano Prince Hotel is positioned 7 miles (11 kilometers) outside of central Furano. An alternative accommodation option is the Furano Hops Hotel, which can be found approximately 13 miles (20 kilometers) away. The Hotel ParkHills along with the Hotel Naturwald Furano are two other Travelocity-listed places to base yourself around Furano.
Why not spread your wings and see the myriad attractions located around Hokkaido during your stay in the area? Photographers will appreciate Hokkaido's coastal plains, forests, rivers and lakes. You could also spend time at its traditional villages, old towns and temples. Modern travelers in this pocket of Japan can enjoy snowboarding.
60 miles (94 kilometers) from Furano, you will reach Sapporo, where you can find Sapporo Beer Museum and Clock Tower. Travelocity-listed Sapporo places to base yourself include the JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo and Novotel Sapporo Hotel. 60 miles (100 kilometers) to the southwest of Furano, you will reach Tomakomai, which features the Dormy Inn Tomakomai Natural Hot Spring and Comfort Hotel Tomakomai. When you stay in Tomakomai, don't miss the Tomakomai Golf Resort 72 and Utonai-ko Sanctuary.
Before you head home, why not spend an afternoon enjoying the skills of players with some Hokkaido sports fans at an exciting match. Sapporo Dome can be found 55 miles (91 kilometers) to the west of Furano. Modern travelers who like the idea of booking a bed in the vicinity, make a reservation in the Renaissance Sapporo Hotel or Ascent Inn Sapporo.
Have a look at our exciting Furano travel guide to learn about the great things to do, see and eat that this part of the world has to offer.