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Hotel Mancho
Hotel Mancho
58 Orito-machi Aikawa, Sado, Japan
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6.5 mi from city centre, Sado 

Sado Royal Hotel Mancho provides a comfortable setting while in Sado. It also features wired internet and room service.

Hotel Oosado
Hotel Oosado
7.9 Good
288-2 Aikawakabuse, Sado, Japan
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7.3 mi from city centre, Sado 
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7.9

Hotel Oosado offers 4.5-star accommodation in Sado.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Sado:$173/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$71/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$107 - $352
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$100 - $352
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Hotel Oosado
Hotel Oosado
7.9 Good
288-2 Aikawakabuse, Sado, Japan
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7.3 mi from city centre,  

Hotel Oosado offers 4.5-star accommodation in Sado.

$81
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Hotel Mancho
Hotel Mancho
58 Orito-machi Aikawa, Sado, Japan
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6.5 mi from city centre,  

Sado Royal Hotel Mancho provides a comfortable setting while in Sado. It also features wired internet and room service.

$142
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Hotel prices in Sado

3 stars

$81 - $142

Hotel Mancho

#1 Most popular

$142
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Hotel Oosado

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Hotel Oosado
7.9 Good
$81
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Where to stay in Sado

About Sado

Just off the coast of Niigata, Sado Island centres around the leafy oasis of Toki Forest Park. It’s home to excellent museums exploring its cultural and mining history, as well as a spectacular coastline that can be explored from land or by taraibune wooden boats.

Things to do

Delve into the mining history of Sado Island at the Kinzan Gold Mine, once the most productive gold mine in Japan. Follow the walking routes through its tunnels where life-size animatronic miners are at work and get up close to old mining tools and machines used during the Meiji period.

Discover the cultures and events that have shaped the island at the Sado History Museum and learn about the prominent people who have used it as a place of exile. Admire the work of local artist Sasaki Shodo and watch as animatronic puppets re-enact local legends and historical events.

Experience the natural beauty of Sado Island at Senkaku Bay, which is backed by steep cliffs that plunge into the waters of the East Sea below. Take in the views from one of the observation points or board a glass-bottom boat to explore the landscapes both above and below the water’s surface.

Alternatively, take to the water at Ogi Town, which is famed for its wooden tub-shaped boats known as taraibune. Originally used for harvesting shellfish and seaweed, they are now used for sightseeing trips around the Ogi Port and the picturesque islands of Yajima and Kyojima.

Getting around

Sado Island has regular ferry connections to Niigata City, which is a two-hour train ride from Tokyo. Buses travel around Sado Island, but having your own vehicle is the most convenient way of getting around.

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  • What are the best hotels in Sado?

    Guest Villa on The BI-Chi is a very popular hotel in Sado with a score of 8.8 from 174 reviews. Tabino Hotel Sado (8.4 from 315 reviews) and Hotel Shiiya (7.1 from 73 reviews) are also highly rated Sado hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.