Many powder hunters flock to the northern island of Hokkaido each winter in search of spectacular deep powder, off-piste runs and challenging terrain. Hokkaido is the coldest and most northern Japanese island and receives some of the best snow there is. Probably the most popular resort in Hokkaido is Niseko, a resort that is fast becoming well-known with skiers and snowboarders throughout the world.
It is the perfect opportunity to soak in the steaming water and enjoy the breathtaking snow-scape. Niseko is not only well known for its powder snow but also hot springs. Hotel Niseko Ikoino-Mura is famous for its rotenburo or open-air hot spring. Furthermore, Niseko is close to other famous hot spring areas such as Konbu-Onsen or Yukichichibu where you can enjoy a leisurely soak.
For guests who are seeking both skiing and hot springs, Niseko Grand Hotel is highly recommended. Refresh mind and body in its natural hot spring bathing area and garden-style open air baths!
The hotel located just a 5 minute drive from Niseko Annupuri Kokusai Snow Resort and free-shuttle bus services are running among the Niseko three resorts area. The package includes two lavish Japanese multi-course dinners with fresh seafood. You may be able to enjoy local-specific atmospheres of Niseko unlike Niseko Hirafu Viledge.
From AUD 2400 twin share