Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono

With a reputation for the world’s best powder snow and a growing international resort community, Niseko is quickly becoming one of the world’s premier mountain destinations. Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island, is a ski and snowboarder’s paradise thanks to a near-constant wintertime stream of frigid air that blows in from Siberia. But whether you’re seeking the thrill of snowsports or the tranquility of a high-altitude getaway, the Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono – located in the heart of the Hanazono, Niseko resort area – embodies the best in luxury travel and lies at the foot of the slopes with dramatic views across the Annupuri ranges and Mount Yotei. The year-round mountain hotel features tasteful, contemporary design and artfully curated cuisine options. In a nod to the rugged, expansive landscapes surrounding the resort, Park Hyatt Niseko signature rooms and Annupuri and Yotei signature suites are laid out with spacious living and dining spaces, a private Japanese onsen bath, and an open-air terrace and veranda. The hotel also offers a selection of guided winter and summer activities, allowing guests convenient access to the best experiences available in surrounding Niseko. Optional experiences include guided backcountry ski, snowmobile, and snowshoe tours, reindeer sledding, and others, while summer activities range from golfing and mountain biking to hot air ballooning and white water rafting.

Why We Love This Hotel

A Tale of Two Seasons: Whatever the season, it’s always an excellent time of year to visit Niseko. The area surrounding the Park Hyatt Niseko is home to the world’s best powder snow in the winter, and in spring and summer – or the “green” season, as locals say – it becomes a densely forested mountain paradise with cool, clear streams and a wealth of native flora and fauna.

Culinary Craftsmanship: The Park Hyatt Niseko features an astounding 11 restaurants, lounges, and bars, which serve entrees and cocktails in styles such as Robatta, Teppanyaki, Italian, and Chinese. Park Hyatt master chefs and sommeliers strive to offer guests the ultimate in sophisticated food, wine, and spirits.

Abundant Attractions on the Mountain: The Park Hyatt Niseko is a true “ski-in, ski-out” hotel, affording guests the ability to get right out to the slopes from the comfort of their rooms and suites. The Niseko “Weiss Powder Cat” can even be hired to privately motor you and your fellow skiers and snowboarders up the mountain in private fashion.

Niseko, Japan
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  • 24hr Room Service
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Concierge
  • Cribs/infant Beds Available
  • Fitness Center
  • Golf Onsite Or Nearby
  • Indoor Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Meeting/conference Facilities
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Boxes
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa
  • Wi-Fi In Public Areas
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