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Okay so it was a little further away than I expected but it was ski in ski out which was fantastic. Mama San and Koichi and the young lad helping out were fantastic. Papa san was lovely also but we did not see him a...More
Yet again Hotel Kuraya shined like a diamond.
3am arrival through heavy snow and our rooms where warmed and waiting.
Momason made sure that breakfast was available when we emerged after our 22 hour trip from Perth Australia, and Luke organized ski hire, though first...More
Absolutely loved my stay here. Very friendly and helpful family run hotel. Excellent food. Good value. Clean. Ski in ski out. Great atmosphere. The ski resort is also fantastic. Definitely recommend this to people as a value packed. The onsen is just awesome after skiing...More
This hotel ticks all of the boxes for our annual family ski holiday. We love staying with this lovely Japanese family who own and manage the hotel, we like the traditional room, bedding and onsen and the home cooked meals. The hotel itself is right...More
Did I miss something? Wow, so many excellent reviews but nobody seems to have noticed what I did. Old and run-down with ancient decor and furniture, monotonous food and nowhere to kick back. At the end of the day, you sit on your futon or...More
US$52 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, how far is it to the Happo One Gondola from this hotel? What is the best way to get to the gondola carrying ski gear?
How far is it to Hakuba 47 from this hotel?
15 January 2016|
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Response from GeoffGunn | Reviewed this property |
Hi Seaside sailor Sorry for the late VERY reply.. The best way to get to the Happo One gondola is to walk 6 meters from the front (snow side) door put on your skies on and ski to the second playground lift (60s seconds... More
Hi Seaside sailor Sorry for the late VERY reply.. The best way to get to the Happo One gondola is to walk 6 meters from the front (snow side) door put on your skies on and ski to the second playground lift (60s seconds) then ski to the gondola area from the top of the lift . OR take the first quad chair up and the link lifts to where the gondola ends. To get to 47 take the free bus that stops 30 meters from the entry (road side) door. Hope this helps..