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Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse

Higashiyama Onsen, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun 048-1592 Hokkaido
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#14 of 40 Speciality lodging in Niseko-cho
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67Somewhat walkable
Grade: 67 out of 100
28Restaurantswithin 1 km
3Attractionswithin 1 km
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kiwifi2015 wrote a review Mar 2020
Auckland, New Zealand105 contributions67 helpful votes
We went on a ski holiday and the location of these townhouses is excellent. If there is a lot of snow (and there usually is) it is technically possible to "ski-in" but not "ski-out", however, it's ont an issue at all because it's such a short walk to the Greenleaf (lockers available to stores skis etc) and that's beside the closest gondola. It is amazingly easy to access all 4 ski field areas (go up the top - no need to use the shuttle). The townhouse is luxurious and has excellent facilities. It has an internal garage and we had hired a car so that was a real plus. The toiletries provided are L'Occitane, which is really nice. There is heaps of space and it's very well equipped. The only slight negatives for us were that the lighting in the kitchen is very dim - it really needs more light! Also the hot water took an extremely long time to get hot - so long that I would turn on the shower and then go and get my ski gear ready and turn the jug on for a cup of tea and it would then finally be hot. The concierge service was great, although we were so self-sufficient that we only used it for information. A heated towel rail in the master bathroom would be really good or at the very least some hooks or more places to hang towels! The wooden bath was great I had a soak each night after skiing. Overall a fabulous place to stay.
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Date of stay: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
Susan H wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia132 contributions49 helpful votes
We loved staying in the Kasaro Niseko Village Townhouse, a short walk from the Greenleaf Hotel, but fully self contained. The townhouse is very comfortable with all mod cons, full kitchen, laundry and wet/drying room, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It was beautiful to wake up to the snowscape outside our windows and the view of Mt Yotei. We particularly liked not being in the hotel, but having access to the hotel facilities, such as the onsen (heaven), bar, spa, restaurant, lockers for skis etc and a gondola right at the door. Not that staying in the hotel would be bad by any means! Definitely ski-in ski-out from the hotel, then a short walk back to the townhouse. The concierge service around the village was also extremely helpful. Niseko Village is a small resort area about 15 mins drive from Hirafu which gives it a lovely quiet country feel, but there are regular shuttle buses to the main village of Hirafu and other areas giving many extra options for skiing, dining and bars, so the best of both worlds. The snow was perfect too. We would love to stay here again and highly recommend it.
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: Make sure you book for bus trip form Sapporo airport in good time as the buses fill up quickly.
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AnnieMack21 wrote a review Jan 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa107 contributions34 helpful votes
Kasara townhouses are fabulous and the service simply amazing. Any issue we had was dealt with efficiently and quickly. And our personal concierges were available between 8am and 8pm daily. We simply had to what’s app him/ her and transport/ restaurant bookings or anything we needed was arranged timeously. We had a problem with the downstairs toilet smelling and it was fixed in a jiffy. The townhouse is reasonably well appointed though the kitchen poorly lit and not well kitted out for westerners. They only give you a set of 8 plates and cutlery so, you run out of things quickly if you eat dinner at home and then want to make breakfast. There is no dishwasher so you have to wash up but there is a wine fridge! There’s also no space for groceries. Apart from this though, which is minor, the houses are lovely and beds enormously comfortable with crisp clean sheets and wonderful feather pillows and duvets. The houses are true quality and the kids got a huge buzz out of the toilets which have a movement sensor to open when you enter, and close and flush when you leave. Water pressure could be improved but the water is hot and the bathrooms beautiful with l’occitane amenities and a wonderful alpine tub. The Apple TV was a hit with the kids after a long day skiing. Skiing was superb and easy with deep powder which is great for beginners as well as runs for intermediate and advanced skiers. Something for everyone. Staying at Kasara gives you the option to use Green Leaf and Hilton facilities. We used the spa at Green Leaf and all had the best Shiatsu massages ever. Mina was the masseur and she has healing hands. If I’d known she was so amazing, I would’ve gone earlier and had many more treatments. All of us went to her and she fixed muscles and old injuries with her wonderful firm hands. The a la carte lunch at the Green Leaf was well worth it and we ate there on many days. The town of Hirafu is about 10 minutes away and you can get supplies or go to restaurants. There is a regular shuttle bus to hirafu and kutchen which we used a lot but you can also get a taxi. After landing in Sapporo, and before our transfer to Niseko, we bought quite a few supplies from a huge supermarket in Chitose / Sapporo which is close to New Chitose Airport and is mind blowing with what they offer. It’s cheaper than buying supplies in Hirafu and the range is huge and they have their own bakery. Give yourself time to shop as it’s big and you have to decipher the Japanese writing on certain things. And it’s popular so very busy. Worth it though. We cooked dinner 3 times and the rest of the time went out. It was great having food available though, as we have teenagers who are hungry most of the time. So they could pop back from skiing and raid the fridge. All in all a simply wonderful trip with helpful and efficient staff in a luxurious and (mostly) well appointed townhouse. I would definitely like to come back. Well done to all and thank you for a lovely holiday.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
2 Helpful votes
gorby74 wrote a review Dec 2017
Singapore, Singapore32 contributions50 helpful votes
We had a great time for 3 nights at this townhouse, enough to sleep up to 6 comfortably. It can also hold another 2 at the dinning room. It totally give you the home experience and I can stay without the need to go out of the house. The bathtub at the master bedroom was interesting n I will post a picture of it in a few days. The staff there was very thoughtful. They actually bought us cream puff from the popular milk store, Milk Kobo n put in the fridge at the start of our stay. Their service was prompt when we message them. Truly top level! The skiing area was not very big for beginners but at least I was able to get a lesson for my boy unlike some other resort. Overall, this place is top notch. Thanks.
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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allenrandom wrote a review Aug 2017
Hong Kong, China86 contributions67 helpful votes
GOOD: - Location is great. Can walk to Milk Kobo. - You get to use the amenities at Hilton AND Greenleaf Hotel. - appleTV - Indoor garage BAD: - The townhouse is long and narrow, which significantly limits the amount of sunlight that comes in. - walls are thin, so every sound can be heard. - Kitchen is extremely poorly lit. My entire family complained about it. - The dining room is separate from the kitchen but both are on the ground floor. The living room is upstairs so the entire apt feels very cramped because each section is compartmentalized. - windows treatment didn't quite cover the windows entirely, so that sun is coming in really really early in the summer. - Concierge that picks up the phone doesn't speak English, so you need to get transferred to an english speaking concierge, which can take a while. - no view from any of the windows
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Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
3 Helpful votes
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse
Which popular attractions are close to Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse?
Nearby attractions include Niseko Village Ski Resort (0.7 km), Niseko Village Pure (0.7 km), and The Village (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and room service.
What food & drink options are available at Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse?
Conveniently located restaurants include Takahashi Farm Milk Kobo, Prativo, and Melt.