The hotel is lovely - our room faced the slopes on the top floor which made it bright and sunny - large windows and great bed! The bathroom is small. The ski rental, lockers and access to the lift are so convenient - right there at the hotel. You have to take the bus to get to where most of the restaurants are but the provide a free bus pass and that all worked very well. Also - you are provided access to the Hilton and they have a few very nice restaurants. The onsen at the Green Leaf was the best we have had on our trip with the outdoor onsen a real treat. The staff was very helpful and we would definitely stay there again!
Traveller from Kailua Hawaii
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this resort in Niseko is within 3 mi (5 km) of Niseko Village, Niseko Annupuri …More
The apartments are small but well designed. Good sized bedroom and bathroom and well equipped kitchen. Niseko' best restaurant is attached to the hotel and happy hour at the Gorilla bar was great.
The hotel even organised one of their own cars to get us to the bus stop at the Welcome Centre at 7am on the last day.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Located near the slopes, this Kutchan resort is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Niseko Mountain Resort Grand Hirafu and close to winter …More
Having a car was a must, because it meant we were not solely dependent on the hotel shuttles to get us to and from the slopes, supermarket and restaurants.
The hotel itself is alright, seemed like there were a lot of staff in training as we arrived at the beginning of the Dec 2016 season. Room service was not bad. (We were originally told by the staff who led us to our room that it was not available at that time, but we called conceirge and checked out the info booklet ourselves and discovered that it was still in service) Not many Japanese food options on the menu. Most of the food served at the hotel is western. Breakfast is also western and nothing to write home about, it's pretty much the same every morning. They switch things up like instead of an omelette, it's scrambled eggs. Or instead of corn soup, it's pumpkin soup.
The hotel room is spacious but smaller than photos shown online. Not sure why we had to seperate the garbage which I did meticulously (plastic, combustibles, kitchen waste, etc) cause I saw housekeeping throw everything back into the same bag. Beds are comfy, toilet seats are heated, bath is great but water temperature does not stay constant. There were 3 ladybugs in our room the whole time, didn't have the heart to kill them by sending them out into the snow. Kitchenette was useful especially since we hit the supermarket.
Onsen was a bit small, but has a nice outdoor and indoor area. If you go during the day, there are a lot less people.
Traveller from HK
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Niseko hotel is in the mountains within 2 mi (3 km) of Kanro-sui, Niseko …More
Nice studio/apt alternative to hotels, very clean and central location in Hirafu. Australian-owned HT Holidays employs English-speaking staff, useful for Western tourists. Staff is friendly and helpful (though taxi reservation they made for me ended up going to wrong location and I missed my train--always double-check!); front desk hours are limited. Use the Niseko passport they provide for discounts, including on NAC rafting in summer--HT booked and it was great (not rough at all, fun Japanese guides, and beautiful scenery--be sure to wear the drysuit so you can jump in the cold water!). If you like the option of more living space and occasionally eating in, this is better than a hotel.
Traveller from hawaii
Located near the slopes, this Kutchan apartment is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Niseko Mountain Resort Grand Hirafu and close to …More
We have stayed at 3 other hotels in Niseko, but this one had the nicest onsen of all. You can book a private onsen at no additional cost if you wanted. The hotel was very clean and being located next door to the gondola made it very convenient for skiing. The front desk staff did a great job with answering any questions and we're extremely helpful. The rooms were a bit small. My husband likes to stretch a little since he tends to have back problems, but the room was too small for him to do that. This is the first hotel that I have stayed at in Japan that didn't have a bathtub and the shower was very small. I ended up bruising my back on the towel rack that they put in the shower. They also have a mirror in the shower so when you use the toilet it's a bit strange. Storage is not plentiful in the room so things tend to get messy. You really are paying for the location and the great customer service.
I hated the ski valet system that they used. At times there was a line and being that most people rent skis this leads to problems as some people get confused about what gear is theirs. The staff then ends up running around trying to help them find things. I had to wait a long time one morning as someone left their gear outside and couldn't find it the next day. The staff politely explained repeatedly that if it's left outside that the hotel wasn't responsible. This should be common sense. Sometimes I just grabbed my gear myself and I never gave them my boots. Good place though.
Traveller from Taiwan
Offering ski-in/ski-out access, this hotel in Kutchan is in the mountains, 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Niseko Mountain Resort Grand …More
Love everything about this accomodation. Location is great near to town and chair lift, ski vallet in particular is fantastic. the onsen is to die for, room is better than expected - too bad we are at the level 2 so can be a bit noisy but not a problem at all. Still very nice place to stay. Wish we could stay longer.
Traveller from Melbourne
Situated in Kutchan, this ski aparthotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Niseko Mountain Resort Grand Hirafu and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from …More
Highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wishes to ski/ snowboard in Niseko. The email response prior to my arrival was super quick. Their arrangement in terms of transportation and anything to do around the area was also amazing. They do free pick up service pretty much wherever, and whenever you want to go around the area. I am most surprised by the extra service they offer such as settling gear rental and lesson arrangements, which really simplifies our trip planning. They also have exclusive offer for Grand Hirafu and Hanazono lift pass, which helped me saved up a bit.
The hotel rooms themselves are good. They have everything essential. Not luxurious, but enough to make a very comfortable stay. The hotel rooms are clean and tidy.
The staff are incredibly helpful. They are great in giving recommendations and organizing things during our stay. I would like to thank all your staff, especially Tommy, for making our stay a very enjoyable and comfortable experience.
Traveller from HK
Situated in the Hanazono section of the Niseko resort, this hotel is steps away from the Hanazono base and connects to the …More
Using Hokkaido Resort Bus Liner is easy and stressless and the most practical way to get to Rusutsu. At the Westin doormen meet you at the door and handle baggage, complimentary. After checking in, your room will be two stories tall (all the rooms are this way at the Westin). Doormen bring bags to your room and you can settle in and relax with a large bedroom and downstairs bar/kitchen/living room. If that isn't enough, regardless, GO TO THE SPA. The onsen is awesome and I think is the cherry on top. The Westin does have snowboard and ski rentals as well as snowboard/ski clothing shops. Try to get breakfast included with booking the room. Breakfast is about $25 USD per adult, however it is a buffet and higher quality food with the easy ski in/out experience. This is at the Westin Atrium. Across the street via tram or walking is the lodge and food gallery. Now for what's really important: snowboarding- the resort is huge. You can easily spend 3 whole days snowboarding and still not see every single inch. The snow is good, but best fresh and it typically snows at least once when you stay. Welcome to Hokkaido! There are many food options on the slopes at a few of the lift bases. The Westin is easy to get back to either from a pair lift from one mountain or if on the other mountain you can take the tram. I think if you are looking for a great place to snowboard and looking for a resort feel but freedom, then the Westin is a must stay. Every yenny is worth it.
Traveller from United States
Offering ski-in/ski-out access, this resort in Rusutsu is in the mountains, 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Rusutsu Resort, and close to …More
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