In a convenient location offering quick & easy access to both the slopes & resort
- Room Only
- Convenient location with both the ski lifts & town centre being easily walkable
- Indoor and outdoor onsens - there's nothing better to wind down your day
- Beautifully designed rooms and common spaces
Sat in the middle of the main street in Upper Hirafu Village there are plenty of restaurants, shops and bars within easy striking distance. The slopes are 200m up the road and there's a shuttle bus if you don't fancy walking - it's easier on the way home as it's slightly downhill.
All rooms at Chalet Ivy have hairdryers, TV, safe, complimentary bottled water, tea and coffee with kettle, bathrobes and toiletries.
Superior rooms have twin beds and a small seating area with balcony. The ensuite has a bath tub.
Approx. 27-30m2, sleeps max. 3
Deluxe rooms have twin beds with a small seating area and a balcony. There is a shower in the bathroom.
Approx. 33m2, sleeps max. 3
Deluxe Onsen Suite
Onsen suites are much larger with twin or king bed. There is still a balcony but you get a private onsen in your bathroom as well as a bath tub.
Approx. 55-57m2, sleeps max. 3
- Snow Castle - Japanese fine dining
- Après Lounge with log fire
- Hirafuzaka - Chalet Ivy's Izakaya, casual dining for lunch and dinner
- Onsen - thermal baths public and private
- Spa offering massage
- Complimentary WiFi
- Ski concierge
- Ski lockers
- Ski rental shop
Offered on a room only basis, guests will be able to dine in one of the hotel's restaurants or sample the local and internationally inspired eateries in the village which are close by.
Niseko is known for the large amount of light powder snow (an average of 14m per ski season), and is the most famous ski resort in Japan. It is also one of the largest, with many different ski trails catering to all levels. There are plenty of groomed runs that are ideal for families, beginners and intermediates. But there is also the added option of back country skiing for those who love powder snow. Plus, for the more adventurous, there are possibilities to do CAT skiing, and Heli-skiing.
Located 100km southwest of Sapporo, Niseko consists of three major resorts: Grand Hirafu; Niseko Village; and Annupuri. All three are located on Mount Niseko-Annupuri, and are joined together at the top of the mountain. It is also possible to ski between them, and travel to them via shuttle buses at their respective bases. The Niseko All Mountain Pass gives access to all three resorts.
Niseko also has quite a diverse range of activities that do not involve skiing, for the free-time left after skiing on the slopes, and a good range of restaurants and eateries. This is one of the reasons that Niseko won Japan’s Best Ski Resort for four years in a row, along with other awards.