Welcome to Comfort Hotel Hakata, your Fukuoka “home away from home.” Comfort Hotel Hakata aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Comfort Hotel Hakata, visitors can check out Hakata Bus Terminal (0.1 mi) and Jotenji Temple (0.3 mi), some of Fukuoka's top attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk and baggage storage while staying at Comfort Hotel Hakata. In addition, Comfort Hotel Hakata offers free breakfast, which will help make your Fukuoka trip additionally gratifying.
If you’re looking for a pub, consider a visit to Hakata Motsudokoro Hamaya Tenjin Nishidori, Sumiyoshishuhan Hakata Station, or The Market F, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Comfort Hotel Hakata.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Yatai (0.6 mi), Kushida Shrine (0.5 mi), and Tochoji Temple (0.4 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Comfort Hotel Hakata puts the best of Fukuoka at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
It's a Comfort hotel. Not much to say average I guess. Bed was comfortable, Room was clean. It is conveniently located across the road from Hakata City JR Station. It's infrastructure is pretty old. Which is surprising for a comfort inn. Only one keycard per room is a bit dated. They have breakfast, but be prepared to wait. I just went downstairs saw the line, and decided to go to 7-11 which is in the same building. Plus sides Staff spoke english, room was clean like i said bed's comfy. I am not that picky in regards to hotels so I can probably say safely i'd stay there again. The view from my room was amazing.
Choose this hotel from travel blog. Seen photos were clean. We were nine and booked 3 triple room. Probably we arrived quite late tonight and one of the room was a Japanese tatami room. Never been stayed such nasty, old and dingy room. Worn out marks easily found on floors, mattress , door and chairs. Our room is 1336 and was shocked when entered the room. Made a complaint at reception to change another room but was told hotel was completely full. Staff pretended speaking limited English and unable to help at all ! Have been staying 3 stars hotel in Japan but never had this awful experience! NEVER choose or recommend to my clients and friends! Lai Cheang
I have stayed here before, and surprised I didn't write a review. This hotel is really cool! I am a fan of the Comfort Hotel chain in Japan, which is Comfort Inn in America. If you go to Fukuoka, and need a good, solid place to stay, you want to check out Comfort Hotel. It's one of the older units in the nationwide chain, but I really like it. It's in a building from about 40 or 50 years ago that curves. The hotel is on the top floors of that building. The rooms are updated to nowadays, so there are all the amenities you find in any other Comfort (refrigerator, vending machines, good WiFi, wide flat screen TV with offerings). But the building itself is definitely "Showa Era". The staff are friendly and help you however you need for details on your stay. The room conditions are top-notch. Everything is exactly in its place, and clean and well-maintained. Like I say, it's very cool. I know that the hotel is popular with the Far East Asian tourist trade, but I have not had any problems so far with being made to feel like I don't belong, or that somehow I am an intruder in "their" hotel (even though I have lived in Japan for a total of eight years.) This is of course a concern anywhere that sort of tour group appears, especially in Kyushu. (I know this is a serious problem in Kyushu, but "sho ga nai" in some ways. I have seen the same behavior in Waikiki in Honolulu---which is my country! "What are YOU doing here (in MY country)?") You will be allowed to get food at the continental breakfast without a crowd trying to elbow you away from the food. (Maybe they finally figured out that more food will come out of the kitchen in short order.) I would rate the hotel highly for treating all the guests in a welcoming manner. Comfort Hotel Hakata is the best for price and value. For sure.…
Our family stayed here for 5 nights. Reception is open 24 hours. Staffs are nice and can speak in English. Check in was smooth; after some document checking, we were given our room key. The room is clean and spacious as well as the en suite bathroom. The free breakfast was nice too. Variety of foods and drinks were served. The dining area is not too big but enough for their guests. The hotel is just across Hakata Station so it's very convenient for us since we had our 9 month old baby in tow. Convenience stores are also nearby. The hotel also accepts free luggage storage after you checkout. We just had an experience wherein we asked the old lady doing the room cleaning/service to have our room cleaned. It seemed like she did not understand English so when we got back, everything is still the same, no new towels/beddings and the trashbins still full. That only happened once so it's really not a big issue. Overall, we had a great stay at Comfort Hotel Hakata. Will definitely stay here again when we get back to Fukuoka.…
I have stayed there with my family for the summer vocation this July . We got there to check in the hotel during the night . The staff 8n the reception counter is not friendly and I thought something went wrong with our reservation. Cause she has checked the computer for a long time . Fortunately, everything is all right . But for one thing that I can not understand which is the staff was asking me understand the Japanese or not. Since I was talking with her by English . I could not see her face with any smile . finally I answered “ yes, I can speak a little Japanese “ after that she used the Japanese all the way to introduce the time for breakfast and the WiFi service. I think their staffs should have more English speaking training.