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Niseko Park Hotel

188 Niseko Kogen Hirafu, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun 044-0081 Hokkaido
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#14 of 23 hotels in Kutchan-cho

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Kutchan-cho, Niseko Park Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants, Niseko Park Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Kutchan-cho.

Niseko Park Hotel is a hotel offering a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.

The hotel features a gift shop and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy breakfast buffet, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Kutchan-cho. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

While in Kutchan-cho be sure to experience local fish and chips favourites at Ezo Seafoods Oyster Bar or The Flying Fish.

Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a natural history museum, such as Kutchan Natural History Museum.

Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Niseko Park Hotel is sure to make your visit to Kutchan-cho one worth remembering.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Open-air bath
Ski In / Ski Out
Baggage storage
Laundry service
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Centrally Located
Mountain View
Languages Spoken
English, Japanese
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Adrianpp wrote a review Jan 2020
22 contributions31 helpful votes
I spent 10 days staying at the Niseko Park Hotel. The hotel is an older hotel. I would give it a mixed review - strengths and weaknesses. The positives were the helpful staff, and the excellent breakfast buffet. Also it’s proximity to supermarkets and great dining options - especially a Ramon restaurant across the road which always has a line but has a ticketing system meaning you can get your ticket and go back to the hotel for 10-30 mins then head back over. We went there three nights in a row it’s so good. It is close to the ski hill if you are happy to make your first lift a beginners quad off to the side of the resort. Unfortunately on a powder day the lines get pretty big for the chairs in Hirafu and so you will either want to walk 100-200 metres up the hill (the pavement is heated) early or waste a lot of time on that first chair. To that end for powder I think hotels in Hanazono or Annupuri have an advantage but the hotels location is still favourable compared to many others. The TV was older and only had three channels, one wasn’t tuned. The beds were uncomfortable to our expectations but we were able to request an extra futon/mattress to go on top of them which helped considerably. The bathroom was very small. There is a bath but it’s small. The shower had issues where it would blast hot and cold water at random for a half second within your shower. The hotel does not allow in room massage. I didn’t know this until the therapist arrived and was refused entry. Given the staff at the massage places located over the road (literally) seemed to be battling a virus and were coughing and sniffing during their expensive massages, I found this annoying. The wifi was unreliable. Given I experienced 250mb up and down in the Hanazono lunch centre, this is clearly not the capacity in the area and my enquiries with the staff made me assume it was just a lack of bandwidth relative to the number of users. The breakfast was excellent but started at 7:30 - not giving any time to line up early on a powder day. There was often a line for breakfast but it moved quickly. I am not really into onsens I prefer a hot tub but I think if you like onsens you would be happy with this one. The hotel had a large room full of couches with an open wood fire which was nice, I only found it half way through the stay and only because I looked in a brochure! Since we were two friends staying in the same room with different schedules we requested a second key. Not possible. This would be the only time I’ve had that but perhaps it’s culturally normal in Japan. They did operate a key box system in reception so you could leave and recollect your key. Not a normal solution but not the end of the world either. There was a good international mix of guests at the hotel so if you want to chat with other riders there were good opportunities. I had a great trip to Japan but most likely would stay in a hotel located in Hanazono or Annupuri and not Hirafu if I went to Niseko again. As to Niseko since I was there last time no money has been put into the lifts or resort except for accomodation and dining and so as the crowds grow each year it’s more of a reason to try somewhere else.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
Phyllislau wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom25 contributions9 helpful votes
Having paid a hefty amount of over 40000 yen per night, the service provided was quite disappointing and rather substandard. We stayed for 3 nights in total, with the sole international to snowboard. The hotel is pretty basic, and a traditional Japanese home vibe. Traditional and rigid. My husband asked the older man at the counter politely at the counter, if check out can be at 11am instead of 10am, it was robotically met with a no, but you can keep your luggage in the premise for awhile. They provided what was the bare minimum in terms of service. No heart and soul of the Japanese pride and hospitality. No informing us and introduction on the facilities provided in the facilities Such as Onsen etc. For the hefty amount paid for this hotel, it isn’t very value for money. Extremely pricey as the hotel takes the opportunity to charge sky high to tourist during the peak season. This is fair enough with the whole demand and supply game. However, it doesn’t bother to at least provide a value that is worth the premium prices charged. No shuttle bus provided to grand Hifaru or to the train station as well. Breakfast is from 730am to 9am. They are very strict that you have to leave the premise of the restaurant by 930am. Waitress literally told us that we had 8 minutes left. And she was also really rude even for other culture standards, which I was so surprise as Japanese people are usually polite and well mannered. Not only did she tell us that we had 8 minutes left to finish our meals and leave the restaurant. She told other guest that they are closing in a passive aggressive way verbally, was also banging the plates and utensils loudly while clearing. While banging the plates, she also stacked the plates many times in front of guest and on the table, all while telling them that they are closing. Generally unhelpful and unwilling to work or do a little more for staffs. Very lazy in attitude, wanting to give the bare minimum. Niseko has too many tourist and it feels like they are taking it for granted, and don’t bother to try to deliver.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Ramen King wrote a review Jan 2019
Seoul, South Korea189 contributions327 helpful votes
My second time in Niseko and I couldn't get the pension I originally wanted and stayed at last year because it was fully booked. So this was next and I gave an arm and a leg at $245 per night. The help was wonderful. The lady at the front desk literally took me straight to my room and explained everything. The ladies on staff there are super sweet and kind, but English isn't their strong point so I recommend being patient with the staff and try using body language. The breakfast, in my opinion, wasn't anything too special, but it was good quality and delicious. The rooms were cozy with a Japanese house feel. Like most places in Japan, expect the bathrooms to be small like here. The onsen was really nice. It's a bit small but nice. They do have one onsen outside and I really enjoyed that one. If you're there for skiing or snowboarding then you are literally right by the main lift for Hirafu and the Welcome Center where all the buses come and go. The thing I didn't like was the whole thing with the towels. I wasn't given any new towels. So yeah, the towels and the cost per night.
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Date of stay: January 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
8 Helpful votes
BangkokJock wrote a review Mar 2018
Bangkok, Thailand355 contributions236 helpful votes
Been to Niseko several times but this was my first time staying at this hotel. I was not expecting much, seeing that it looked rather old in the website. But turns out this is a great hotel and I do recommend it as a place to stay in Hirafu. Location is great, within walking distance to the Hirafu ski lifts, the Niseko shuttle bus stop, and to all the Hirafu restaurants and shops. The onsen is abit small, with indoor and outdoor pools. Good breakfast buffet. There is a cozy den area with a fireplace & piano for anyone who wants to play it. Staff are great, especially the really friendly GM Stephen. Best of all is the amazing view from my room of the majestic Mt. Yotei. I stayed in the Japanese style room with private bathroom. Sleeping on the futon was actually very comfortable.
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Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Ask to be on the side of the hotel facing Mt. Yotei
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5 Helpful votes
AlissaF9 wrote a review Mar 2018
8 contributions7 helpful votes
This is a solid 3 star hotel in a convenient central location with great views of Mt. Yotei from most rooms. We stayed in a Japanese room (8 tatami mats) in the new wing which was comfortable for 2 people but would be too small for more. The room was simple but well-appointed, all the necessities including a hair dryer, in-room safe, hot water dispenser, and nice Shiseido products. The breakfast buffet is delicious with a wide selection of tasty western and Japanese foods and surprisingly good croissants! The ski storage room is worn but functional and includes ski hangers and a nice warm boot drying room. There is a large salon full of granny furniture with a roaring fireplace and lots of seating for hanging out and playing games. The best feature of this hotel is its private onsen which is at a four-star level. It has a clean, modern bathing area with good products; dry sauna; indoor onsen and very nice stone outdoor onsen. Fabulous for tired legs after a cold day on the mountain!
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Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Rooms in the new building have views of Mt. Yotei
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3 Helpful votes
US$201 - US$383 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanHokkaidoAbuta-gunKutchan-choNiseko Onsen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Niseko Park Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Niseko Park Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Niseko Kids Club (0.3 km), Mick's (0.3 km), and Boot Solutions Niseko (0.10 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Niseko Park Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Niseko Park Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Niseko Park Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Niseko Park Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Niseko Park Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bombay Sizzlers, Kamimura Restaurant, and Ezo Seafoods Oyster Bar.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Niseko Park Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Does Niseko Park Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.