Hotels in Suzuka, Japan

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Suzuka, Japan
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Comfort Hotel Suzuka
7.9 Good
14-26 Shiroko-Ekimae, Suzuka, Japan
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4.2 km from city centre, Suzuka, Japan 
GoodBased on 761 reviews
7.9

Situated just a short walk from Shiroko Station, Comfort Hotel Suzuka provides guests with an ideal base while visiting Suzuka. It also offers massage services, a 24-hour reception and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Apa Hotel Suzuka Chuou
8.1 Excellent
Oike 3-11-35, Suzuka, Japan
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3.0 km from city centre, Suzuka, Japan 
ExcellentBased on 467 reviews
8.1

Less than a 20-minute stroll from Hiratacho Railway Station, APA Hotel Suzuka-Chuou provides guests with a convenient base while visiting Suzuka. It also offers laundry facilities, an express check-in and check-out feature and free Wi-Fi.

Suzuka Circuit Hotel
7.2 Good
7992 Inoucho, Suzuka, Japan
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3.3 km from city centre, Suzuka, Japan 
GoodBased on 1 review
7.2

Boasting a sauna, Suzuka Circuit Hotel is located in Suzuka and provides comfortable accommodation. It also offers a kids pool.

Hotel Route-Inn Suzuka
7.6 Good
2-6-9 Hirata, Suzuka, Japan
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2.9 km from city centre, Suzuka, Japan 
GoodBased on 194 reviews
7.6

Hotel Route-Inn Suzuka is situated in Suzuka and offers complimentary wireless internet. It also provides massage services, a dry cleaning service and laundry facilities.

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About Suzuka

A unique blend of old and new, Suzuka’s claim to fame is its F-1 racing track, while a collection of workshops selling traditional crafts showcase its cultural heritage. From family-friendly theme park fun to historic religious artefacts, Suzuka lures in motor fans and history enthusiasts alike.

Things to do in Suzuka

Racing fans should visit Suzuka Circuit, as this theme park focuses on automobiles and is home to Japan’s famous racing course. While being a spectator to a race is exciting, those looking for an adrenaline-pumping thrill can drive the 2.2-kilometre course where the Formula 1 Japan Grand Prix is held.

Travelling with the kids? Next to the racing course is an amusement park called Motopia. Here you’ll find kid-friendly motorbikes and cars that keep track of time, so you can race each other to the finish line.

Wander around the Tsubaki Grand Shrine to admire its old-world architecture and see an ancient object of faith, a rock called “Mifune Iwakura”. It’s one of the oldest shrines in Japan and features a waterfall called Kinryu Myojin no Taki, with waters that are said to be effective on all kinds of illnesses.

Suzuka is famous for its traditional craft workshops, such as Suzuka ink and Ise paper, which is used for making the patterns for the kimono. See demonstrations by artisans at the Suzuka City Traditional Industries Museum and experience its rich traditions from generations ago.

Getting around Suzuka

The most convenient way to explore Suzuka is by car. Suzuka is about 50 kilometres south of Nagoya and can be accessed by the JR and Kintetsu railways. It’s a two-hour drive from Osaka International Airport.

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  • What are the best hotels in Suzuka?

    Comfort Hotel Suzuka (7.9/10 from 761 reviews), Apa Hotel Suzuka Chuou (8.1/10 from 467 reviews), and Fine Garden Suzuka - Adults Only (7.1/10 from 67 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Suzuka.