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The Westin Sendai Star Rating 4.5        
1-9-1 Ichibancho, Aoba-ku

This upscale hotel is a 10-minute walk from Sendai train station and 3 km from 17th-century Aoba Castle.The elegant rooms come with Wi-Fi access (fees may apply), flat-screens and floor-to-ceiling windows. Upgraded rooms feature panoramic city views and have access to a club lounge with free breakfast and evening cocktails.
Koyo Grand Hotel Sendai Star Rating 4        
2-3-1, Hon-Cho Aoba-Ku,

This upmarket, art nouveau style hotel is a minute's walk from the Hirosedori train station, a 12-minute walk from the Sendai Mediatheque and 3 km from Aoba Castle.Snug, conservative rooms offer free Wi-Fi and TVs. Upgraded quarters add elegant accents and tufted headboards.
Hotel Hokke Club Sendai Star Rating 3        
2-11-30, Honcho, Aobaku

This unassuming hotel set in a tranquil neighborhood is an 11-minute walk from Sendai train station, 11 km from Sendai Umino-Mori Aquarium and 4 km from 17th-century Aoba Castle.The warm, understated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and tea kettles.Japanese and Western-style breakfast is offered for a surcharge and served in a casual restaurant.
APA Hotel Sendai Kotodai Koen Star Rating 3        
4-10 Futsukamachi

This unassuming hotel is 5 minutes' walk from the innovative Sendai Mediatheque library, 2 km from Sendai Station and 3 km from Aoba Castle.Simple, cozy rooms, some with colorful accents, offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. All have tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Hotel Route Inn Sendai Izumi Inter Star Rating 3        
2-3-9 Osawa, Izumi-ku

This straightforward relaxed business hotel is 4 km from Izumi Chuo train station and 10 km from the contemporary athletic Miyagi Stadium.The functional rooms, some with city views, feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
Sauna & Capsule Cure Kokubuncho Hotel Star Rating 1.5        
2-8-33 Kokubun-cho, Aoba-ku

This spa and capsule hotel is a 5-minute walk from the architecturally striking Sendai Mediatheque, a 7-minute walk from Kotodaikoen Station and 4 km from Miyagi Baseball Stadium.The snug capsule rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and lockers; some come with desks.Amenities include a casual restaurant, as well as dry and Korean-style saunas, and open-air and indoor communal bathing areas.
Mitsui Garden Hotel Sendai Star Rating 4        
2-4-6, Honcho

This contemporary, high-rise hotel is a 12-minute walk from the Sendai train station and 3 km from Aoba Castle.The streamlined rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
Hotel Richfield Sendai Star Rating 3        
2-2-2 Kokubuncho, Aoba-ku

Set on a tree-lined avenue, this modern hotel is an 8-minute walk from the Sendai Mediatheque library and a 13-minute walk from Aobadori train station.Humble rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, while upgraded rooms come with old-school, elegant decor and sitting areas. Suites add lounge areas.
Best Western Hotel Sendai Star Rating 3        
25-5 Nakayamaminami, Sanezawa

Set on a hillside within the grounds of the Sendai Hills Golf Club this relaxed hotel with distant mountain views is 8 km from the Sendai City Museum and 9 km from Aoba Castle.Featuring balconies with city or mountain views, the casual rooms come with Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and teamaking facilities. Simple rooms with futons, tatami floors and chabudai dining tables are offered.
Hotel Monterey Sendai Star Rating 4        
4 1 8 Chuo

Set in the city center, this informal hotel inspired by historic Prague is 5 minutes' walk from Sendai train station and 2 km from the Sendai City Museum.Understated rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges; some have art deco touches. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
 
 
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Sendai is a city in Japan's Tohoku Region, northeast of Tokyo on Honshu island. The remains of 17th-century Sendai Castle, built for samurai lord Date Masamune on Aoba Hill, overlook the city and include a museum of historic artifacts. The Sendai City Museum focuses on the history and culture of Japan's Edo period and displays Masamune's samurai armour.