Niseko has a wealth of chic and modern ski chalets and hotels many ski in ski out, and a whole lot more within 5 minutes’ walk of the slopes. With self-accommodating properties to cater for all group sizes, from studio apartments to 6 bedroom chalets, you are bound to find the perfect place for your group. Niseko’s main accommodation area is Grand Hirafu, but there are a number of other wonderful neighbourhoods to stay in.
Upper Village Grand Hirafu
With great access to the slopes and a number of good value properties, as well as brand new world class apartments, and with many restaurants in easy reach, the upper village is a fantastic area to stay.
Middle Village Grand Hirafu
Find a fantastic range of hotels, stand-alone properties, and apartment blocks with convenient access to slopes, shuttle bus stops, and après ski.
Lower Village Grand Hirafu
Streets lined with large luxury properties, a few fantastic hidden away restaurants, and the Yukoro Onsen perfect for a post ski soak.
A number of private chalets, and pensions and lodges, a selection of restaurants, and walking distance to Grand Hirafu for après ski, the Izumikyo is a wonderful option for a peaceful stay in Niseko.
Known for the Hilton Hotel, and The Greenleaf, the Niseko village has its own shopping street of high quality ski wear, fashion, restaurants and a gorgeous local glassware store. You will also find a number of pensions and lodges.
The secluded and chic Northern Resort An’nupuri Hotel, and a couple of other cheap pensions are located in this area. Enjoy the ski in ski out hotel, and come back for a calming and peaceful soak in the onsen in the afternoons.
Home to One Niseko Resort Towers, offering spacious apartment style accommodation for couples, friends and families. A huge onsen with fantastic healing waters for sore ski muscles, and the stylish library café will have you feeling satisfied without even leaving the premises.