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Hotel Resort Inn Niseko

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151-2 Satomi, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun 048-1551 Hokkaido
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#4 of 48 B&Bs / Inns in Niseko-cho
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Great View
Family
Languages Spoken
English, Japanese
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Restaurant
Ski rentals
Ski school
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Free shuttle or taxi services
Secured parking
Wine / champagne
Vending machine
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Non-smoking hotel
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lvwei1123 wrote a review Feb 2019
Shanghai542 contributions116 helpful votes
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Dave and his wife make Hotel Resort Inn such a lovely place. We've stayed at many hotels around the world but this one is the most special one for us. Here are the reasons why you should choose Hotel Resort Inn: 1) Clean and comfortable room: the rooms are kept spotless clean. 2) Private onsen: you can book the private onsen on the 2nd floor in advance. It is such a treat after a day of skiing. 3) Access to ski resorts: Dave drive you to different ski resorts every morning at 9am. Dave will drop you at the most convenient places so that you can buy lift pass or get on the gondola quickly. Unless you stayed at a ski-in and ski-out hotel in Niseko, you will need to walk or take shuttle bus to the lifts anyway. We even managed to travel to Rusutsu for two days during our stay. The hotel is 3 minutes from a bus stop where you can take ~8:30 bus to Rusutsu (only 30 minutes ride). You can choose to take 15:15 bus or 17:15 bus to return and Dave can pick you up from the bus stop. 4) Ski rental: Dave will arrange ski rental at a nearby rental shop and the price is quite reasonable. 5) Meals: absolutely delicious buffet breakfast. If you want to eat dinner in Niseko Village, Dave will drive you to nearby restaurants. If you want to relax, you can order simple meals from Dave's wife and relax in the common area in the hotel. 6) Hospitality: this is like a home away from home. Dave and his wife worked so hard to make sure all guests have the best ski holiday. We cannot wait to come back for the next ski holiday.
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Date of stay: March 2018
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xinli29288 wrote a review Jan 2019
Singapore, Singapore519 contributions104 helpful votes
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Hotel Resort Inn Niseko is located away from the main areas of Hilton Village Niseko or Hirafu skiing areas of Niseko. It might seemed like a downside at first, if you are not driving. That was my biggest concern before booking. These were dispelled immediately with the reliable and helpful folks at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko such as Dave-san who is also a ski-instructor who offers private lessons if needed, a good deal if learning in groups. The lodging is located south of Niseko town, while it may not have the convenience of the ski in ski out lodgings in Hirafu or Hilton Village, Dave offers to drive guests to and fro the hotel to the slopes in the morning and evening of the day, he will adjust the time according to what you need. I had a lesson early morning before the given shuttle timing and he drove me there earlier and even made breakfast available earlier. Being away from the main areas of the resort is also one of the strengths of the lodging as that makes it a very peaceful place to relax, and just take in the scenery around the lodging. You could even go for a hot bath on the second floor. A really nice treat after a day of skiing or snowboarding. Food wise, Dave-san's "boss", or wife is a great cook. She made a really nice pasta for dinner, which includes a main plate, cake and dessert. I saw that other guests also have other items such as steak, ajito and soup which probably needs to be arranged before hand. The set meals cost 1800 JPY, this is in stark contrast to some eateries where it might cost around 3000-4000 JPY in Hirafu main resort area instead for a set dinner. If you prefer to eat out, Dave would be able to drive you to Hilton Village Niseko, pick you up later from Hirafu or bring you to a local restaurant nearby for dinners. In short, it was a really nice stay at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko if you are looking for a peaceful and cosy stay at Niseko.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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Whalers92 wrote a review Jan 2019
Hua Hin, Thailand151 contributions94 helpful votes
In all of our travels, I don't think we have enjoyed a hotel as much as this one. It's more like a small, cozy ski lodge than a big hotel. If you are looking at the glitzy Hilton right next to the hill then this is not the place for you. It's cheaper, friendlier and has a family type atmosphere even between guests. Dave and his wife work so hard to make your stay unforgettable. The hotel is like a big, beautiful home with a picturesque backdrop. The rooms are new, big, cozy and warm. The onsen is fantastic. The breakfast is good. There is free laundry. It is farther from the hill and the village but Dave is such a good dude so no worries. He will juggle his schedule and try to take every guest to where they want to go (within reason I assume). He drives to the ski hill and back every day to pick up the skiers and he will take you out to dinner and pick you up. He will collect you when you arrive in town and drop you at the train station as well. He really drives non-stop even in horrible snow conditions. I don't know when he gets time to sleep! He will arrange ski or board rentals at a really great price as well. and they both really are super nice people and they exemplify Japanese hospitality and civility. I can't imagine anyone complaining about this place. There's no doubt in our minds that we made the best possible decision on accommodation in Niseko. If there were ten stars in this platform, I would give ten to Dave and his wife.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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allanmanuel wrote a review Feb 2018
Sydney, Australia5 contributions2 helpful votes
My favourite hotel in all of Japan. David and all the staff were incredibly accommodating - a real taste of Japanese culture. I will bring my family back here, as I cannot recommend this place highly enough. Tidy, great quality food and very easy transport to and from ski fields. A+ recommended!!
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thomas A wrote a review Feb 2018
Boulder, Colorado132 contributions78 helpful votes
This was a wonderful spot for skiing at all the niseko resorts. The lodge looks very new, updated and is very clean! The rooms are good size for Japanese style rooms, the beds are comfortable also. They have a very good hot breakfast every morning which was buffet style so lots of food for skiing! They have an awesome private spa you can book for an hour for your group which is awesome after skiing !!! They have a beer machine with $2 beer and drinks !!! Dave, the owner , is awesome and drives The shuttle to skiing , dinner , shopping ext. he is very flexible on times and works with your schedule . We had no problem getting to and from skiing and restaurants and he took us to bus station !! Highly recommend for people who come to ski and have fun . The resort is set in a country wooded area with great view of volcano! Best part is it cost is a quarter per night Of what we paid to be in the ski resort near the lifts !!
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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PRICE RANGE
US$257 - US$514 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanHokkaidoAbuta-gunNiseko-cho
NUMBER OF ROOMS
7
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Resort Inn Niseko
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
Nearby attractions include Niseko Village Ski Resort (6.8 km), Yoteino Wakimizu (7.4 km), and Niseko Village Pure (6.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taj Mahal Niseko Annupuri, Takahashi Farm Milk Kobo, and Prativo.
Does Hotel Resort Inn Niseko have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hotel Resort Inn Niseko offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Resort Inn Niseko?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.