Sapporo’s Newest Hotel Announces Special ‘Welcome Back to Japan’ Offer for Travellers

SAPPORO, JAPAN (10 October 2022): After a strict border closure for two years, Japan will now allow visa-free, independent tourism from October 11 for 68 countries. Now is the time to book that flight and secure your hotel rooms.

The news is also good for Japanese travellers with a nationwide domestic travel program announced, which offers discounts for travel, entry to theme parks, sporting events and concerts also set to commence on October, 11. People who have been vaccinated three times or submit a negative test result will be eligible for the discounts. The program offers financial assistance of up to ¥11,000 ($77) per person for a one-night stay.

Hotels like the Wyndham Garden Sapporo Odori have welcomed Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s decision to open borders and incentivise domestic travel. 

“We are excited to welcome visitors back to Japan once more, which will contribute greatly in boosting the Japanese economy. We encourage travellers to book their trips to experience everything the country has to offer – from Japan’s cuisine to cultural sites, and natural wonders,” said General Manager, Takuichi Sugiyama.

The newly opened Wyndham Garden Sapporo Odori places travellers in the heart of the snow, onsen and festival city of Sapporo. Its Western-style hotel rooms have been designed to provide the utmost in comfort and convenience. The hotel also has its own restaurant and cocktail bar on the ground floor.

In celebration of Japanese borders reopening, Wyndham Garden Sapporo Odori is offering a Welcome Back to Japanspecial offer to travellers with a Stay 2 nights, Save 20% deal. To take advantage of this offer, book by November 30, 2022. Travel until April 30, 2023. Blackout dates apply from January 31 to February 12. To book visit:

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