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Location - where is Hilton Niseko Village

Nestled at the foot of Niseko Annupuri Mountain, the Niseko Hilton offers ski-in/ski-out access to the pistes and the adjacent gondola takes you to the top of the mountain in seven minutes.

 


Overview - hotel description - Hilton Niseko Village description

This large and contemporary hotel offers a relaxing atmosphere after a day on the mountain with some fantastic facilities. Guests can take advantage of the PRECOR fitness centre, spa, onsen, complimentary WiFi, ski concierge and in-house rental shop as well as complimentary shuttles to the local town of Hirafu and the airport.

There is also a superb selection of restaurants offering a wide range of food from teppanyaki to sushi and steaks, all with panoramic views of the mountains.
 


Facilities - Hilton Niseko Village features

  • Grade: Superior
  • Sleeps: 2 - 4
  • Games or Weights Room: Yes
  • Hot tub: Yes

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

506 rooms range from Hilton twins to deluxe panorama rooms and deluxe kings or twins with large windows to enjoy the mountain views. All rooms come with Hilton quality as standard, flat screen TVs, WiFi access, air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms and a complimentary breakfast with Japanese and western offerings at the Yotei Buffet.


Meals - food and drink in Hilton Niseko Village

We update Hilton Niseko Village's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Niseko - about holidays in Niseko - about ski holidays in Niseko - about ski holidays in Niseko Japan

World-beating powder Japan's premier ski resort Gourmet East Asian cuisine

Since hitting the big time in the nineties, Niseko’s quickly found a spot among the titans: it has some of the best backcountry on the planet, and is one of the world’s snowiest resorts. The powder hasn’t gone to its head though, and half the charm here's the chilled, culture-rich Japanese character it’s long been loved for.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Snow sure Off-piste Foodies

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

120 km from Sapporo and New Chitose Airport (CTS)2.5 hours by public bus
Region:Southwest Hokkaido, Japan
First opened:1923

Niseko lift pass price last reported as £173 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hilton Niseko Village.
Night skiing: Yes
Niseko has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - May.

Town altitude: 300m
Top of slopes: 1,308m
Bottom of piste: 300m
Vertical drop: 900m
Total length of trails:48km
Longest piste:5.6km
Niseko’s famously the capital of the “potato kingdom” - North Japan’s island of Hokkaido - but we don’t just ski here for the spuds. It also reigns supreme in the snow department, receiving a mighty 50ft (the length of a bus) of ridiculously dry, light fluff each season. Overlooked by the formidable silhouette of Mount Yotei (an extinct volcano, Hokkaido’s answer to Fuji), Mount Niseko-Annupuri is the home of all this wonderful white stuff. Its ski area, ‘Niseko United’ is split into 4 sectors and w...
All areas have fantastic facilities for beginners: in Niseko village, after conquering the basics on the beginner area, do the rounds on the cleverly named ‘Next Stage’, then follow a confidence-boosting succession of greens from the Country Road chair, all the way back to base. Hanzano has less by way of green runs, but it does tend to be quieter – the 3.3km ‘Silver Dream’ beginner run is the longest run in resort, ideal for building up a rhythm. The other sectors have their fair share of greens too, with ...
We love that ski holidays here aren’t all about the skiing – they’re also a cultural rollercoaster through Japan’s traditions. The hub of après ski is the Hirafu area, where the Ice Bar is seriously cool… crafted each year by ice-carving eccentrics, you can take a shot of your own poison from a glass made of… you guessed it. Popular with seasonaires, Wild Bill’s has the Tardis effect – a small dance floor with all the noise and crowds of a nightclub. Just down the road, Kutchan has a fabulous nightlif...

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