If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Sendai, look no further than Comfort Hotel Sendai East.
Close to some of Sendai's most popular landmarks, such as Aoba-dori Avenue (0.8 km) and Zuihoden (2.1 km), Comfort Hotel Sendai East is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Comfort Hotel Sendai East provide air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Comfort Hotel Sendai East guests have access to 24 hour front desk. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? There is paid private parking available on-site.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the sushi restaurants, including Hokushin Sushi Sendai Eki first floor, Ichimuan, and Kobanzushi, all of which are a short distance from Comfort Hotel Sendai East.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular castles such as Sendai Castle (Aoba Castle) and Aoba Castle Museum.
The staff at Comfort Hotel Sendai East looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Stayed for one night for urgent work. Check in/out was quick and nice, room was clean but very small especially bathroom. Toilet, sink, and bathtub were all connected, only bath mat size floor. Bath tub was old Japanese type (deeper than western style). EV was tiny and mat was so dirty. (It would be good if they clean it more often...) It was weekend & too last minutes, but 12000JPY was too pricey.
I stayed here one night while on a trip through Tohoku. It is quite close to the east exit of the JR station (the quiet side). Rooms are fairly large and bed (thankfully) was comfortable. Many hotels in Japan seem to feature rock hard mattresses, but this one had a thick pad, and I was able to sleep well. The breakfast is simple but quite adequate. Eggs, potatoes, onigiri, soup, a variety of breads, salad and fruit. Free coffee is available on the 2nd floor. The only problem I noticed was that sound really carried from the hallway.
Stayed 3 nights in June 2015. Relatively easy walk from the JR Station (which was undergoing some renovation work), but as always in Japan, good to have a print out of the directions to the hotel if you don't have an enabled smartphone with maps. Have stayed at a number of Comfort Inn's on previous trips, and they are all very much alike. Smallish rooms (which is par for the course), clean and an above average breakfast included. 100 yen convenience store in the same building with a regular convenience store across the street if you feel like a snack or drink. To me the Comfort Inn's are a step up from some of the other well known Japanese Business Hotels. You can't go wrong.
Since the March 11, 2011 disasters, tremendous construction has gone on in Japan's Tohoku region and particularly in its regional capital, Sendai, meaning many new hotels and venues. This hotel, one of two in the chain serving the station area, is clean, new, convenient and reasonably priced, for those looking mainly just for no-frills accommodation. I came here for a global conference and assume prices went up slightly, but it was still value for money.
I'd like to be able to report on our stay at this hotel. After all, we had confirmed reservations. But when we showed up at the hotel, about 8:30pm, they claimed to know nothing of our reservations. But wait! Several phone calls and the manager arranged rooms for us; splitting up our group, but at least he found rooms. So two off us set off to hotel #2, a kilometer walk through the city. With luggage. But when we got to hotel #2, they had never heard of us. A long conversation with the hotel desk and Comfort Hotel Sendai East, and, "Oops. We sent you to the wrong hotel. We'll send a cab to take you to hotel #3." After waiting 20 minutes for the cab from Comfort Hotel, we caught a we-pay cab to hotel #3. But when we got to hotel #3, you guessed it, they had never heard of us. At least their English was better, and they got on the phone to Comfort Hotel. (Thank you JalCity) See what's coming? Ah, said Comfort Hotel. We really should have sent you to hotel #4. We'll send a cab to take you there. It wasn't really a wild goose chase, since their cab actually did appear and hotel #4 expected us. But a confirmed reservation ignored and 2 hours of running around after travel and a full day of work wasn't fun.…