10 Hotels Near Fukuoka’s Hakata Station - Perfect for Noodle Lovers Hoping to Explore Hakata Men Kaido

Fukuoka City is the economic center of Kyushu and a popular destination for foreign tourists, thanks in no small part to Fukuoka Airport offering easy access to the city from Asian countries such as South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. The city’s main station, Hakata, is a shinkansen terminal located just 6 minutes by train from the airport. Due to its central location, the area around Hakata Station is full of department stores, fashion malls, as well as restaurants and bars. It’s also considered holy ground for tonkotsu ramen, a specialty of Hakata with fans from all over the world. If you’d like to explore all the flavors of Hakata yourself at your own pace, here are the 10 best hotels around the station with easy access to Fukuoka’s Noodle Street!

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Hakata Men Kaido, Fukuoka’s Noodle Street!

Fukuoka is known for its many fascinating historic sites and its rich culinary culture offering a wide range of unique dishes from street food to gourmet cuisine. The city is particularly known for Hakata ramen, a dish of thin noodles in a rich tonkotsu pork bone soup. Hakata Men Kaido is the name given to a part of the second floor of Hakata Deitos, a building near Hakata Station full of noodle restaurants and a great place to try a variety of popular ramen dishes from around the city.

10 Hotels Near Fukuoka’s Hakata Station


HOTEL FORZA HAKATA-GUCHI offers stylish guestrooms just 3 minutes away from Hakata Station. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the premises and a free iPad in each room to help guests make travel plans. The hotel is located a 5-minute walk from the popular AMU Plaza Hakata City shopping mall and 11 minutes on foot from the Canal City Hakata complex.

The guestrooms are decorated with comforting natural tones and dark wood furniture. The bathrooms are additionally equipped with free amenities, with some accommodations also offering foot massagers or massage chairs for ultimate relaxation in the privacy of one’s own room.

The hotel’s buffet breakfast has been highly praised for the variety of its food including local dishes, cooked vegetables, a salad bar, and Western-style meals. A welcome touch are the takeaway boxes available to take some food back to the guestrooms.

The reception desk is open 24/7 and offers free baggage storage services. Guests also get one free bottled drink each, and free coffee is always available in the lounge area.

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2. Amistad Hotel Fukuoka

Amistad Hotel Fukuoka, which is a 6-minute walk from Hakata Station, is a serviced residential hotel that offers everything from one night to extended stays. The Amistad offers comfortable and luxurious accommodations including Superior Twin rooms perfect for up to four people, Family Fourth rooms with a maximum capacity of eight, and more. In addition, the entire top floor is a Suite Twin with a garden terrace for those who want to enjoy a luxurious, resort-like experience in a private setting.

Each room consists of a spacious living area and kitchen, a shower room, separate toilet, washing machine, and a bathroom dehumidifier, making the hotel recommended for extended stays. The rooms are also equipped with Plasmacluster air purifiers to ward off viruses.

The kitchen comes with cooking utensils, so why not get some unique local ingredients at a nearby supermarket and cook your own meals? The hotel also allows guests to borrow card and board games, VR headsets, and mobile projectors for a relaxing day or night in.

3. Mitsui Garden Hotel Fukuoka Gion

Mitsui Garden Hotel Fukuoka Gion is in the center of Fukuoka City, just a 7-minute walk from Hakata Station. The reception desk is open 24/7 and staffed with English and Japanese-speaking employees. There is also a dedicated parking lot on the grounds. The hotel is located within walking distance of popular tourist spots such as Canal City Hakata, Kushida Shrine, Tochoji Temple, and Nakasu Yatai Yokocho, an area full of food stalls serving Hakata ramen and other local specialties.

Guestrooms range from Junior Suite Twins to Moderate Doubles, all boasting spacious, comfortable beds. The hotel is smoke free and there is free Wi-Fi available throughout the building. All the rooms are clean and come equipped with tables and comfortable sofas perfect for relaxing on.

The hotel’s buffet breakfast consists of dishes made from vegetables procured directly from local farms, as well as the fresh bounty of the mountains and sea of Fukuoka. The rice is all Kyushu-grown with two or three different varieties being cooked at the hotel every day so that guests can enjoy different rice textures, levels of sweetness, and aromas during their morning meals. Make sure to top off your rice with mentaiko (spicy cod roe), a Fukuoka specialty, for a culinary experience you’ll never forget! There’s also freshly-baked bread from a popular local bakery for those who prefer a Western-style breakfast.

There is a large, shared guest-only bath on the top floor of the hotel, perfect for soaking in and recovering from your travels. The communal bath area additionally has steam saunas, lie-down baths, open-air baths, and more.

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4. With The Style Fukuoka

With The Style Fukuoka, which is just 5 minutes on foot from Hakata Station, is billed as an urban resort for adults where guests can find art pieces displayed all throughout the premises. The hotel also boasts a patio garden as well as rooftop hot tubs, Wi-Fi, and parking space, all available to the guests for free. The hotel is in a very convenient location, just 10 minutes by subway from the vibrant Nakasu and Tenjin areas.

The hotel’s main restaurant, Cotton, offers Italian cuisine prepared in an open kitchen. Then there is the Medium Rare steakhouse, which serves carefully-selected Japanese Black beef grilled with local vegetables. On the Deck Bar Lounge by the garden, on the other hand, serves cafe food such as cakes as well as bar menu items such as cocktails, sometimes accompanied by live music in the evenings.

American-style and Japanese-style breakfast stay plans are available.

5. ANA Crowne Plaza Fukuoka, an IHG Hotel

ANA Crowne Plaza Fukuoka, an IHG Hotel located a 5-minute walk from Hakata Station, is operated by the Japanese airline company ANA. Its rooms are decorated in a tranquil and modern style, and range from compact Standard Singles to Superior Twins. There are also Club Floor rooms with a guest-only lounge on the premises.

The rooms’ earth colors put guests in a relaxed mood while the complimentary amenities help ensure a good night’s sleep through the use of eye-warmers, bath salts, essential oils, and a choice of five pillows of various firmness. Additionally, rentable humidifiers and in-room dining services are also available.

During mealtime, guests can choose between the Chikushino and Yamagasa Japanese restaurants, a buffet restaurant, a Chinese restaurant, and a pastry shop. There is also the elegant Mezzanine Bar, which offers a wide range of quality alcoholic beverages and is the perfect space to enjoy lively conversations with friends and family.

ANA Crowne Plaza Fukuoka provides easy access to popular spots such as Canal City Hakata, the Tenjin shopping area, and Marinoa City Fukuoka, making it an excellent base for both business travelers and tourists.


6. Tokyu Stay Hakata

Tokyu Stay Hakata is located an 8-minute walk from Hakata Station. It’s a smoke-free facility with a Japanese restaurant, a 24/7 reception desk, a baggage storage area, and free Wi-Fi. Additionally, it’s just 300 meters to Yodobashi Camera Multimedia Hakata and 500 meters to Higashisumiyoshi Park and Ninjin Park from the hotel.

Tokyu Stay Hakata’s most distinctive feature is that each room comes equipped with a mini kitchen and washing machine with complimentary detergent, making the hotel perfect for extended stays. The rooms also have air conditioning, microwave ovens, refrigerators, electric kettles, desks, bathrooms with showers, separate toilets with bidets, hair dryers, and more.

The hotel boasts a spacious lobby area and easy access to popular destinations such as Nakahie Park, Meiji Park, and Mizuho Park. Breakfast is served buffet style in the Osakana Club Zakoya restaurant and consists of Western and Japanese dishes made with local ingredients from Hakata and around Kyushu.

7. HOTEL UNIZO Hakataeki Hakataguchi

HOTEL UNIZO Hakataeki Hakataguchi, which opened in September 2018, is a 9-minute walk from Hakata Station. It is also close to popular tourist spots like Sumiyoshi Shrine, which is a 1 minute walk away; Shofukuji Temple, located 600 meters away; and Canal City Hakata, situated a 10-minute walk away. The reception desk is open 24/7 and there is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The check-out time is until 12:00 pm, so you can take your time and relax before leaving.

The guestrooms are decorated in soothing colors and boast spacious bathrooms with bathtubs. Some of the rooms have wide beds that have been developed in collaboration with a leading manufacturer to ensure a good night’s sleep.

There is a women-only floor on the upper levels with double security and a dedicated lounge. There are also single rooms just for female guests in other parts of the hotel, which additionally houses a cafe, perfect for a relaxing chat with friends or for a casual business meeting. The hotel restaurant offers a buffet of Western and Japanese dishes. 

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8. Super Hotel Lohas Hakataeki

Super Hotel Lohas Hakataeki is located a 9-minute walk from Hakata Station and boasts its own natural hot spring. Its parking space can accommodate seven cars with prior reservation. Additionally, free baggage storage is available at the front desk.

The hotel offers a choice of eight pillows with different levels of firmness, height, and aromas. The accommodations include women-only rooms with amenities prepared specifically for female guests. The Super Room, which has a wide double bed and bunk beds, is especially popular with travelers with children.

The hotel’s “Hakata Harazuru-no-Yu” large communal bath is filled with natural hot spring waters, which help guests relax and relieve fatigue. The waters also help beautify the skin thanks to their mineral composition.

The breakfast buffet includes freshly-made bread, dishes made with organic vegetables and other health-conscious ingredients, and the local specialties of the day. The hotel also has a drink vending machine, and there are numerous convenience stores and restaurants less than a 10-minute walk from the facility.

9. Hotel Wing International Hakata Shinkansenguchi

Hotel Wing International Hakata Shinkansenguchi offers comfortable guestrooms as well as large communal baths and a library lounge that are perfect for relaxing in and recovering from the strains of work or travel. There are many convenience stores, drug stores, and restaurants in the area, making the hotel a great base for sightseeing.

The hotel has collaborated with a French company to produce their own original 140-centimeter-wide beds (available in standard single rooms) to ensure a good night’s sleep. There is also free Wi-Fi available throughout the building.

One of the benefits of Hotel Wing International Hakata Shinkansenguchi is the large communal bath, perfect for recovering from a day of working or traveling. Guests can also relax in the well-stocked library lounge while taking advantage of the free coffee available throughout the day, as well as the free bread and drinks available at breakfast. The reception desk is open 24/7 and can arrange for rental car services at any time.

10. Tenza Hotel at Hakata Station

This Tenza Hotel is located a 3-minute walk from Hakata Station. All 120 guestrooms are bright, clean, smoke-free, and designed in a chic, sophisticated style with a focus on comfort and functionality. The hotel is especially popular among groups traveling for sporting events or for business.

The rooms are decorated in white and brown tones to create a comfortable space for a wide range of travelers, including couples and families. Luxurious rooms perfect for special occasions are also available, including the 40-square-meter Deluxe Twin with a large living space, or the 82-square-meter Deluxe Suite with floor-to-ceiling windows.

The buffet-style breakfast includes fantastic Fukuoka delicacies such as vegetables grown in the nature-rich Itoshima Island in northern Kyushu, as well as plant-based-meat dishes perfect for a healthy start to the day. The reception desk is open 24/7 and there is free Wi-Fi available throughout the building. This is a great hotel for health-conscious travelers looking for good food and a bit of peace and quiet.

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Hakata Is for Noodle Lovers!

Hakata is a great location for exploring Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Kagoshima, and beyond. Add to that Hakata’s thriving noodle culture and you have yourself the gateway to Kyushu from which you can get to know all the charms of the region. Hope to see you there soon!


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