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4.5/5Excellent73 Reviews
Niseko|6.99km from downtown
Was in Niseko for the first time for a ski trip and decided to stay at Kanro due to decent reviews on Agoda. However we were not impressed by the service as none of the hotel staff could speak fluent English. Only a couple of them could manage simple English while the rest didn’t understand at all. They do have a few staff from China so good thing we spoke Chinese. Hotel guests are mainly Chinese tourists and local Japanese people, which explains why none of the staff spoke good English. Breakfast buffet was good but dinner buffet was quite a disappointment with very few choices and mostly cold dishes. It is located 10mins drive away from Annapuri ski resort and 30mins drive away from Hirafu welcome centre. There is free shuttle bus service. We didn’t mind the distance since the hotel is very close to Moiwa ski resort (3mins by driving) where we spent most of our time at. Ski rental at hotel is cheap but equipment is dated. I even found a used plaster in a pair of gloves I rented. Do not recommend renting your equipment from the hotel at all. And although there is a ski centre at the hotel next to the rental shop, none of the staff could speak English so we had to book our ski lesson through the Chinese staff at front desk. Rooms are spacious and clean however not so sound proof. During our stay we could hear our next door neighbors talking and their baby crying. Did not use the hotel onsen but I heard it is good and famous for making your skin beautiful. Lastly we really enjoyed the view at the hotel restaurant. Amazing winter view of the woods and hill which made our stay worthwhile.
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3.9/520 Reviews
Niseko|7.01km from downtown
We had a lovely ski holiday staying at One Niseko Towers. Here is what we thought about the hotel. 1) Good access to both Moiwa and Annupuri resorts Moiwa is walking distance away (walk to – ski back) and there are regular free shuttle bus services to Annupuri. I would say it is a little bit far to Hirafu and as someone else said, the shuttle bus to Hirafu gets you in a bit late. We have trouble choosing which of the resorts are our favourite: Moiwa is so quiet it is almost like a private resort while Annupuri has wide sweeping pistes and the adorable Paradise Hut café! 2) Rooms were large and well equipped Four of us stayed in an apartment style room. By Japanese standards it is huge! The beds were comfortable (according to my husband, who is very fussy about mattresses and pillows) and there is a kitchenette for cooking simple dinners. It is a Japanese style kitchen so there is no oven but a good hob and gigantic fridge. Pretty fast Wifi in the rooms too. They will properly clean your room once during a week with daily cleaning being minimal (bed making, towel changes and rubbish removal) though this was not an issue for us as we spent most of the day outdoors. The rooms were quiet too and we were lucky enough to get a 10th floor room with beautiful views over the forests. 3) Onsen baths for soothing the aching muscles The onsen is one of the best features in our family's opinion! Some family members would visit twice a day…. There is a men's and a women's onsen which both have indoor and outdoor baths. It is really nice sitting outside in a hot bath while looking at the snow. I would add that the onsen as well as a lot of the public spaces are decorated in a simple contemporary style. We liked the calming non-fussy stylish look. 4) Good breakfast and Tura We had a package including breakfast. There are choices of Japanese, Western and Chinese breakfast dishes all cooked well. My children would pile their trays high with croissant, miso soup, scrambled egg and fried chicken…? I think I saw reviews commenting on the quality of coffee but we found the espresso on the coffee machine pretty good. It is not artisanal flat white of course but we weren’t in Niseko for the coffee. There are capsule type coffee machines in the rooms too which were very much like nespresso. As someone else said, the Tura restaurant is highly recommended. It is a bit expensive so we only went once during our stay but we very much enjoyed the course menu. The standard of cooking is extremely high. For example, our favourite dishes were crispy pan friend oysters with oyster risotto and grilled Hokkaido pork with a Japanese sauce. When we visited Tura it was empty apart from us. Don’t let this put you off. It will be important to book a table and preferably specify what you will eat in advance so they are ready. We did not try the room service. 5) Friendly service Last but not least the service at One Niseko was wonderful. There are a lot of young non-Japanese pe
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4.8/5Outstanding49 Reviews
Niseko|6.57km from downtown
Traditional ryokan, worth the effort to book this small inn @ annunpuri if you wish to have a short getaway from the niseko crowd and noise. Not easy to book it, as reservations not online nor immediate. Payment to be made in full for a confirmed reservation. Reception and staff not effectively bilingual, but they do try their hardest. As non Japanese I feel almost an intrusion of their Japanese system and culture the moment I enter, boots and shoes to be shed even before check in. For skiers and snowboarders, sad news. The dry room is just a room with old ski hangars. No individual lockers no ski valet or concierge. And of course no gear to the rooms if we are even to leave our shoes at the door/shoe rack. Lounge and fireplace (fire starts at 5pm) cozy when weather isn’t too cold outside. Rooms are nice, clean and if it gets too warm, we can open windows for some fresh air. Best part of the room, personal massage chair and the full set of lotions and pajamas! No coin laundry here so every bit of yukata and pajamas help! Onsen in room seemed to have a lot of dirt floating and needs cleaning as the onsen on the ground floor didn’t have the same amount of floating particles. They do have a nice bar and free flow alcohol after 8pm. Remaining day free flow is to the tea, wine and juice. Lovely marshmallow toasting by the fire fr 5pm. Steamed Potatoes with butter also fr 5pm for the less sweet toothed. Housekeeping was tardy first few days and forgot to leave pajamas. Got better later the stay. Good place to chill out for few days. Room and half board, kaiseki breakfast and dinner was good til 3rd day. Got bit tired after the 3rd day. Kids got kids meal sorted and was wonderful. The teppanyaki dinner option was worth every cent upgrade. King crab, beef, snapper, all super fresh and wonderfully prepared. Not oversauced or fancy show, focus on the quality of the food. They have only 1 teppanyaki room, so book in advance.
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0/50 Reviews
Niseko|4.56km from downtown
FromUS$793
3.8/546 Reviews
Niseko|6.63km from downtown
Nice onsen. One of the few places you can go with friends or your significant other and yet still enjoy a nice outdoor area. Everyone was respectful, quiet and nice. The bath area is basic, but clean and comfortable. I would come back again. Next time I will bring my own towel and Yuami so i won’t have to pay for rental.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
Niseko|5.83km from downtown
We have stayed in a lot of hotels in Niseko, but this one is definitely our favorite! I highly recommend this place especially during winter! Location: It is in the most perfect location, just an easy 5-minute walk to the nearest skii lift during winter or hiking places and lakes during summer. Accommodation: We stayed at the start of winter and it's very cosy. Our room is very clean, complete with everything - heater, towels, blankets and toiletries. It has two beds and a nook in the above, with one comfortable futon. I love how they styled the room, not to mention the awesome view of the mountain in the window. Food: The variety of food that they serve is what I love. It was all delicious and you can get all the nutrients you need for an adventure. Activities: They offer alot of activities in summer, and also in the winter. They let me borrow the sled when we got there and it's one of my best experiences in snow! There's also alot of boardgames and indoor games to play in the inn Host: The host is really the best thing about this place. Masahiro san, the manager were very welcoming the moment we arrived in the place. He talks to every guests and does everything to make sure that we enjoy our stay. We only stayed for one night but he introduced us to his cool woofers and we all spent an awesome night together, playing chess, foosball and play station. He shared some of his travel experiences and was also very happy to hear our stories. Overall, the stay was the best that we had in Hokkaido and for sure we will be back to visit. The price is very worth it!
FromUS$54
1/51 Reviews
Niseko|3.66km from downtown
Overlooking Mount Yotei, it is a bed and breakfast where you can spend leisurely relaxing time among great nature of Niseko.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
Niseko|4.41km from downtown
We were looking for a comfy place to stay during a snowboarding trip to Niseko, finally selected Snow Dog and did not regret at all. We were renting a 2-bedroom apartment. Firstly, the apartment was stuffed with very modern consumer electronics: washing machine with a dryer (very handy after a snowboarding day!), dishwasher, toaster, baker, modern Japanese washlet, brand new and big Hitachi fridge. It was possible to regulate the heating in every room. Free shuttle service was handy too with an option of going to either Hilton (where the gondola lift to slopes is located) or Hirafu (the largest and central part of the Niseko resort) for free. It tales about 10 mins to get to Hilton lifts by shuttle, and the morning bus at 7-50 brings you to be the first one in the gondola queue. Also, it was good to have a cleaning service every 2 days. Usually apartment rentals do not offer such a service. The buildings are in the forest, and every morning we had a cute fox coming to our windows asking for food :) attached her photo. Karabina restaurant on the hotel’s area was great for dining, baked salmon set and Choya plum wine is recommended. As for shopping food, this has to be done in Hirafu - so remember to shop before going back to Snow Dog. Also, the staff was really helpful and offered a free transfer to the train station, even though we needed it really early - at 5.45 am. Thank you! In general, it was a great stay. Would come again!
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
Niseko|4.24km from downtown
Clean and Homey! The staff are well accomodating and friendly! Shoutout to Yoko and Joe who always help us getting around d village! Its nice meeting you guys! And we will surely miss d good breakfast n d lodge! Til we meet again!!!
FromUS$112
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
Niseko|4.63km from downtown
Boasting a garden, Niseko Guesthouse Nalu. Offers accommodation in Niseko, 1.2 km from Niseko Annupuri International Ski Area. Built in 2016, the property is within 1.9 km of Niseko Village Ski ResortAnd 1.6 km of Niseko Annupuri Hot Spring. Attractions in the area include Niseko Goshiki Onsen, 4.2 km away, or Niseko Yakushi Hot Spring, situated 5 km from the property.At the guest house, every room is equipped with a desk. With a shared bathroom, rooms at Niseko Guesthouse Nalu. Also feature free WiFi. All rooms have a wardrobe.Niseko Yakushi Hot Spring is 5 km from the accommodation. New Chitose Airport is 84 km from the property.
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4.8/549 Reviews
Traditional ryokan, worth the effort to book this small inn @ annunpuri if you wish to have a short getaway from the niseko crowd and noise. Not easy to book it, as reservations not online nor immediate. Payment to be made in full for a confirmed reservation. Reception and staff not effectively bilingual, but they do try their hardest. As non Japanese I feel almost an intrusion of their Japanese system and culture the moment I enter, boots and shoes to be shed even before check in. For skiers and snowboarders, sad news. The dry room is just a room with old ski hangars. No individual lockers no ski valet or concierge. And of course no gear to the rooms if we are even to leave our shoes at the door/shoe rack. Lounge and fireplace (fire starts at 5pm) cozy when weather isn’t too cold outside. Rooms are nice, clean and if it gets too warm, we can open windows for some fresh air. Best part of the room, personal massage chair and the full set of lotions and pajamas! No coin laundry here so every bit of yukata and pajamas help! Onsen in room seemed to have a lot of dirt floating and needs cleaning as the onsen on the ground floor didn’t have the same amount of floating particles. They do have a nice bar and free flow alcohol after 8pm. Remaining day free flow is to the tea, wine and juice. Lovely marshmallow toasting by the fire fr 5pm. Steamed Potatoes with butter also fr 5pm for the less sweet toothed. Housekeeping was tardy first few days and forgot to leave pajamas. Got better later the stay. Good place to chill out for few days. Room and half board, kaiseki breakfast and dinner was good til 3rd day. Got bit tired after the 3rd day. Kids got kids meal sorted and was wonderful. The teppanyaki dinner option was worth every cent upgrade. King crab, beef, snapper, all super fresh and wonderfully prepared. Not oversauced or fancy show, focus on the quality of the food. They have only 1 teppanyaki room, so book in advance.
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5/511 Reviews
We have stayed in a lot of hotels in Niseko, but this one is definitely our favorite! I highly recommend this place especially during winter! Location: It is in the most perfect location, just an easy 5-minute walk to the nearest skii lift during winter or hiking places and lakes during summer. Accommodation: We stayed at the start of winter and it's very cosy. Our room is very clean, complete with everything - heater, towels, blankets and toiletries. It has two beds and a nook in the above, with one comfortable futon. I love how they styled the room, not to mention the awesome view of the mountain in the window. Food: The variety of food that they serve is what I love. It was all delicious and you can get all the nutrients you need for an adventure. Activities: They offer alot of activities in summer, and also in the winter. They let me borrow the sled when we got there and it's one of my best experiences in snow! There's also alot of boardgames and indoor games to play in the inn Host: The host is really the best thing about this place. Masahiro san, the manager were very welcoming the moment we arrived in the place. He talks to every guests and does everything to make sure that we enjoy our stay. We only stayed for one night but he introduced us to his cool woofers and we all spent an awesome night together, playing chess, foosball and play station. He shared some of his travel experiences and was also very happy to hear our stories. Overall, the stay was the best that we had in Hokkaido and for sure we will be back to visit. The price is very worth it!
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4.5/573 Reviews
Was in Niseko for the first time for a ski trip and decided to stay at Kanro due to decent reviews on Agoda. However we were not impressed by the service as none of the hotel staff could speak fluent English. Only a couple of them could manage simple English while the rest didn’t understand at all. They do have a few staff from China so good thing we spoke Chinese. Hotel guests are mainly Chinese tourists and local Japanese people, which explains why none of the staff spoke good English. Breakfast buffet was good but dinner buffet was quite a disappointment with very few choices and mostly cold dishes. It is located 10mins drive away from Annapuri ski resort and 30mins drive away from Hirafu welcome centre. There is free shuttle bus service. We didn’t mind the distance since the hotel is very close to Moiwa ski resort (3mins by driving) where we spent most of our time at. Ski rental at hotel is cheap but equipment is dated. I even found a used plaster in a pair of gloves I rented. Do not recommend renting your equipment from the hotel at all. And although there is a ski centre at the hotel next to the rental shop, none of the staff could speak English so we had to book our ski lesson through the Chinese staff at front desk. Rooms are spacious and clean however not so sound proof. During our stay we could hear our next door neighbors talking and their baby crying. Did not use the hotel onsen but I heard it is good and famous for making your skin beautiful. Lastly we really enjoyed the view at the hotel restaurant. Amazing winter view of the woods and hill which made our stay worthwhile.
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FromUS$114
3.9/520 Reviews
We had a lovely ski holiday staying at One Niseko Towers. Here is what we thought about the hotel. 1) Good access to both Moiwa and Annupuri resorts Moiwa is walking distance away (walk to – ski back) and there are regular free shuttle bus services to Annupuri. I would say it is a little bit far to Hirafu and as someone else said, the shuttle bus to Hirafu gets you in a bit late. We have trouble choosing which of the resorts are our favourite: Moiwa is so quiet it is almost like a private resort while Annupuri has wide sweeping pistes and the adorable Paradise Hut café! 2) Rooms were large and well equipped Four of us stayed in an apartment style room. By Japanese standards it is huge! The beds were comfortable (according to my husband, who is very fussy about mattresses and pillows) and there is a kitchenette for cooking simple dinners. It is a Japanese style kitchen so there is no oven but a good hob and gigantic fridge. Pretty fast Wifi in the rooms too. They will properly clean your room once during a week with daily cleaning being minimal (bed making, towel changes and rubbish removal) though this was not an issue for us as we spent most of the day outdoors. The rooms were quiet too and we were lucky enough to get a 10th floor room with beautiful views over the forests. 3) Onsen baths for soothing the aching muscles The onsen is one of the best features in our family's opinion! Some family members would visit twice a day…. There is a men's and a women's onsen which both have indoor and outdoor baths. It is really nice sitting outside in a hot bath while looking at the snow. I would add that the onsen as well as a lot of the public spaces are decorated in a simple contemporary style. We liked the calming non-fussy stylish look. 4) Good breakfast and Tura We had a package including breakfast. There are choices of Japanese, Western and Chinese breakfast dishes all cooked well. My children would pile their trays high with croissant, miso soup, scrambled egg and fried chicken…? I think I saw reviews commenting on the quality of coffee but we found the espresso on the coffee machine pretty good. It is not artisanal flat white of course but we weren’t in Niseko for the coffee. There are capsule type coffee machines in the rooms too which were very much like nespresso. As someone else said, the Tura restaurant is highly recommended. It is a bit expensive so we only went once during our stay but we very much enjoyed the course menu. The standard of cooking is extremely high. For example, our favourite dishes were crispy pan friend oysters with oyster risotto and grilled Hokkaido pork with a Japanese sauce. When we visited Tura it was empty apart from us. Don’t let this put you off. It will be important to book a table and preferably specify what you will eat in advance so they are ready. We did not try the room service. 5) Friendly service Last but not least the service at One Niseko was wonderful. There are a lot of young non-Japanese pe
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3.8/546 Reviews
Nice onsen. One of the few places you can go with friends or your significant other and yet still enjoy a nice outdoor area. Everyone was respectful, quiet and nice. The bath area is basic, but clean and comfortable. I would come back again. Next time I will bring my own towel and Yuami so i won’t have to pay for rental.
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FromUS$60
5/511 Reviews
We were looking for a comfy place to stay during a snowboarding trip to Niseko, finally selected Snow Dog and did not regret at all. We were renting a 2-bedroom apartment. Firstly, the apartment was stuffed with very modern consumer electronics: washing machine with a dryer (very handy after a snowboarding day!), dishwasher, toaster, baker, modern Japanese washlet, brand new and big Hitachi fridge. It was possible to regulate the heating in every room. Free shuttle service was handy too with an option of going to either Hilton (where the gondola lift to slopes is located) or Hirafu (the largest and central part of the Niseko resort) for free. It tales about 10 mins to get to Hilton lifts by shuttle, and the morning bus at 7-50 brings you to be the first one in the gondola queue. Also, it was good to have a cleaning service every 2 days. Usually apartment rentals do not offer such a service. The buildings are in the forest, and every morning we had a cute fox coming to our windows asking for food :) attached her photo. Karabina restaurant on the hotel’s area was great for dining, baked salmon set and Choya plum wine is recommended. As for shopping food, this has to be done in Hirafu - so remember to shop before going back to Snow Dog. Also, the staff was really helpful and offered a free transfer to the train station, even though we needed it really early - at 5.45 am. Thank you! In general, it was a great stay. Would come again!
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