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We stayed around 9 days in February and it was our first time in Hakuba. The staff are very friendly and even though you are a bit of distance to the lift they are happy to drop you off and pick you up from the...More
Stayed at the High Mount for a week in early February - location which at first seemed too far from the action is not a problem. You will be taken to the lifts and collected when you need to come home, but you can also...More
Great staff with super helpful hints for transport, food etc.! Great room size! Onsen available to tick if the bucket list for tourists like us! They have a shuttle bus for pickups from happo bus terminal and offer morning drop offs to sakka ski lift...More
We stayed for 4 nights in late January/early February. This was our first time to Hakuba and we chose this hotel after reading the reviews. The hosts provide the most wonderful service and go out of their way to make sure you have a fantastic...More
Stayed in February 2017 for a skiing trip. The room was small with what I describe as a caravan style pod bathroom which was entirely plastic and measured less than 2 mtrs square. Breakfast was served until 9am which consisted of a western type bacon,...More
US$130 - US$422 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#10 Family Hotel in Hakuba-mura
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The hotel itself does serve evening meals (assuming that's what you're after) but nothing fancy. They run a free shuttle into 'town' each evening, and there's a bus service you can also use. It really depends on your budget... More
The hotel itself does serve evening meals (assuming that's what you're after) but nothing fancy. They run a free shuttle into 'town' each evening, and there's a bus service you can also use. It really depends on your budget and your organisation. Many of the walking-distance eateries are small (so you have to book ahead) or a little pricey.