Fantastic Ski in/Ski out location & excellent reputation for food!
- Bed and Breakfast
- Hotel is next to the main cable car
- New health, spa & fitness facilities
The Hilton Niseko Village is one of the resort’s leading hotels due to its unbeatable location next to the Niseko gondola. With all the resort amenities just a few minutes walk away, you’ll never be far from the action even when you finally pull yourself away from the perfect dry powder slopes.
The Hilton Niseko Village offers the ultimate in ski-in ski-out with the Niseko gondola right outside and the ‘Final Fling’ green run taking you right back to the door at the end of the day.
Its peaceful location in Niseko village (plenty of additional restaurants to those actually in the Hilton) means you’re a 10-15 minute bus ride from Hirafu, the main hub of Niseko (you can hop on the local bus to get there). But with all the bars and restaurants in the Hilton, you may only want one or two nights out whilst you’re there.
There are 506 rooms at the Hilton Niseko Village and each of the contemporary rooms has a full width window for you to enjoy the spectacular views.
- Flat screen TV
- Sofa bed
- Mini fridge
- Bath slippers and bathrobe (Yukata)
- Bathroom amenities
Twin Hilton Room
The Hilton rooms overlook Niseko and include two twin beds, as well as a sofa bed. En suite with bath.
Sleeps max. 3
The Deluxe rooms offer twin or double beds (at a supplement) and has a sofa bed. They also have an iron and ironing board should you need it. En suite with bath.
Sleeps max. 3
Deluxe Family Room
The family rooms are slightly larger than the deluxe rooms and can accommodate an additional person (up to two additional single beds). En suite with bath.
Sleeps max. 4
The Hilton Niseko Village could be classed as a village in itself with facilities such as:
- Ezo pub – lively après bar overlooking the slopes, private karaoke rooms, Dj’s and more.
- Pirka, Teppanyaki restaurant – finest beef, seafood and local vegetables prepared in front of you.
- Rera Sushi restaurant – traditional sushi counter experience.
- Sisam Japanese restaurant – seasonal Japanese cuisine.
- Yotei restaurant – themed buffets overlooking Mt Yotei.
- Flame bar and lounge – relax around the hanging fireplace.
- Melt bar and grill – chic dining experience, views of Mt Yotei.
- Fitness room
- WiFi access
- Conference facilities
- Kids Corner play area
- Baggage storage
- Gift shop
- Laundry service
- Safety deposit box
- Local shuttle service
- Disabled access
MealsOffered on a bed and breakfast basis, breakfast will include a selection of hot and cold options including cereals, fruit, yogurts, freshly baked breads and pastries, and fresh coffee and tea.
For evening meals, guests are welcome to dine in one of the hotel's extensive cafes/restaurants or explore the resort for local and internationally inspired cuisine.
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.