Location: Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Niseko Annupuri Mountain, Hilton Niseko Village is the perfect location for rigorous physical pursuit as well as deep relaxation for the mind, body and soul.
History: Opened in 2008, the Hilton has long been the shining jewel of the region - winner of 'Japan's Best Ski Hotel' in the World Ski Awards 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Service: Guests will receive the very best in Japanese alpine hospitality, with a round-the-clock concierge service who make every effort to please and satisfy guests.
With its magnificent views of Mount Yotei and the striking natural beauty of the surrounding scenery, Hilton Niseko Village is a luxury ski-in ski-out hotel that pampers, rejuvenates and exhilarates guests from the moment they step into the welcoming grandeur of the main lobby. Hilton Niseko Village is the only resort in the area with exclusive, top-tier accommodation throughout the estate. Located at the foot of Niseko Annupuri Mountain, the hotel is only a moment from the slopes and the Gondola station, where guests are whisked to the very top of the resort in just seven short minutes – ideal for even the most seasoned skiers. Highlights include the indoor and outdoor onsen hot springs, where guests can luxuriate and rest mountain-weary legs at any time of the day. An extra perk during autumn and spring mornings is the chance to see the spectacular Unkai (Sea of Cloud) mists as they roll down from the snow-peaked mountains.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Alongside the stunning vistas of the mountain, the Hilton offers a range of guest rooms, suites, deluxe and executive rooms for one to three guests. All 506 rooms of this cozy-yet-chic hotel include en-suite bathrooms and are decorated in a contemporary and stylish design, replete with the finest linens and furnishing to ensure superior comfort.
The newest of the rooms available, equipped with all the amenities of the other rooms, the Deluxe Panorama spans 409 square feet, and has the added feature of incredible panoramic windows. Showcasing the atmospheric slopes of the Niseko Annupuri Mountain to the their utmost, this really is a special treat that must be seen to be believed.
Enjoy this stylish contemporary room’s picturesque mountain views, large opening windows and twin beds. Relax in a yukata (Japanese cotton kimono) and watch a movie on the LCD flat panel TV.
Take in the views of the Niseko Resort through the floor-to-ceiling windows on the upper floors of the hotel. This King Deluxe Family Room, located over two floors, offers ample space for up to three adults. Guest’s can just sit back and watch a movie on the LCD TV or, for those unable to leave the work-bubble behind them, catch up on their schedule at the mini-business center.
As you would expect from a resort of this standard, the Niseko Village is extremely well-equipped, with every luxury available and plenty of extra activities to keep children and adults entertained.
Found inside the hotel lobby, this convenient shopping space offers a wide selection of drinks, snacks, magazines to keep you refreshed – plus a complete range of souvenirs and gifts from the Hokkaido region.
The onsen within the Hilton Niseko Village has two bathing areas, an indoor bath on the upper levels and a large more spacious outdoor bath; while Wakka Spa offers a wide range of excellent spa and beauty treatments. Next to a serene, carp-filled ornamental pond and within sight of the inspirational Mount Yotei, there is no better way to relax and rejuvenate.
Ezo is the most lively and exciting of the 'après ski' style pubs in Niseko. Overlooking the Niseko Village ski slopes, the venue features karaoke rooms alongside daily lunch specials, snacks and hearty meals. Keep an eye out for famous DJs on at the weekends.
Isam, the hotel's Japanese restaurant, offers seasonal local cuisine expertly prepared to highlight the unique tastes, tones and flavors of the region.
Melt, Bar and Grill offers guests an exquisite selection of local and imported cuts of prime beef, seafood and more, all in a fashionable and relaxed dining environment.
The finest quality beef, seafood and local vegetables, prepared expertly - and for your entertainment - in the open plan kitchen at the heart of the restaurant.
Open only during the winter season, this traditional Japanese sushi counter, manned by the Hilton’s talented and highly experienced sushi masters, offers the very best of ocean-fresh delicacies.
With a hanging fireplace at the center point of the Flame, Bar and Lounge, this on-site eatery is the place to go for guests who like a taste of the theatrical with their evening meal. Feel the warm glow as you sit back, relax and enjoy your drink from an extensive international menu.
Sat high above Mount Annupuri, next to the Wonderland Chair lift, The Lookout Café is the perfect 're-charge' venue during a hard day’s skiing. The recently refurbished interior has won various awards for its distinctive design.
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