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Sitting at the base of the mountain in Niseko village, not only can you shuffle over to the Niseko gondola, you can ski right to the door. As it’s in Niseko Village, you’re away from the main hustle and bustle of Hirafu so you’ll be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of the mountain setting.
You could call the Niseko Hilton Village iconic or an eyesore, it’s a matter of opinion, however, the interior is nothing short of delightful. It’s spacious and contemporary, beautifully designed and the height of the building means you get wonderful views across Niseko or Mount Yotei everywhere you venture.
Dining options on site are abundant so you may be tempted to stay in the hotel for the duration of your stay (although you’ll be missing out on some fantastic restaurants in Hirafu and Niseko village if you do). From great steaks to divine sushi you won’t have to travel far.
They also have a fitness centre, spa and Onsen (hot spring). Relaxing in one of these natural hot pools, watching the snowflakes fall after a hard day on the slopes is a wonderful experience and highly recommended, especially with a view of the undeniably iconic Mt Yotei.
- Ski in, ski out access to the slopes
- Amazing views of the mountains or volcano
- Like a resort in itself with restaurants and spas aplenty
- The hotel is outside the main town of Hirafu - though you can easily catch a bus in
- Not the prettiest building, but you get amazing views out from within it
- In Niseko Village, there is a handful of decent shops and restaurants within walking distance
The Hilton Niseko Village offers the ultimate in ski-in ski-out with the Niseko gondola right outside and the ‘Final Fling’ green run taking you right back to the door at the end of the day.
Its peaceful location in Niseko village (plenty of additional restaurants to those actually in the Hilton) means you’re a 10-15 minute bus ride from Hirafu, the main hub of Niseko (you can hop on the local bus to get there). But with all the bars and restaurants in the Hilton, you may only want one or two nights out whilst you’re there.
There are 506 rooms at the Hilton Niseko Village and each of the contemporary rooms has a full width window for you to enjoy the spectacular views.
In room amenities
The Hilton rooms overlook Niseko and include two twin beds, as well as a sofa bed. En suite with bath.
Sleeps max. 3
The Deluxe rooms offer twin or double beds (at a supplement) and has a sofa bed. They also have an iron and ironing board should you need it. En suite with bath.
Sleeps max. 3
The family rooms is slightly larger than the deluxe rooms and can accommodate an additional person (up to two additional single beds). En suite with bath.
Sleeps max. 4
The Hilton Niseko Village could be classed as a village in itself with facilities such as:
Bed & breakfast
Resort height - 235m
Highest point - 1,210m
Ski areaNiseko United - 48km of piste accessible from the Niseko Annupuri, Niseko Village, Niseko Grand Hirafu and Hanazono resorts.
The pistes are soft you'll struggle to find any ice. The off-piste isn't just accessible to experts especially off the side of the groomed runs - there are 9 gates to the backcountry.
Blue runs 30%
Red runs 40%
Black runs 30%
Lifts - 30
Season length - December to April
Snowiest months - January & February
Average snowfall - nearly a whopping 15 metres per season
Why choose Niseko?
- Ambundance of light, fluffy snow. It's famed for it
- Vibrant main village (Hirafu) plenty to explore
- Hot springs - Onsens
- Great range of pistes for all abilities
- Fantastic food, delicious and varied
- Unusual scenery and rich culture
Cat skiing | cross-country skiing | horse riding | night skiing | onsens | Reindeer sledding | Snow mobiling | snow rafting | snow shoeing
New Chitose - 2 hours 30 minutes
Niseko United all mountain lift pass
6 day lift pass from £290
9 day lift pass from £424
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