Heads up, Nomads: you need to book your Niseko vacation right now. And after a lovely stay at Niseko Landmark View, we highly recommend you bookmark this one if you’re looking for something modest yet checks all the boxes.
Accommodation options: 2 to 3-bedroom condominiums spread over six floors. The premium condos are located on the 4th to 6th floors and have been recently renovated. There are two options for staying in a 2-bedroom premium unit: views of My. Yotei from the master bedroom, or a more spacious living area. We like the second!
What we loved: The condominiums are a three-minute walk away from the famous snow powder. The ‘An Deli’ located on the ground floor is great for freshly baked pastries, hot drinks, groceries, and more — and you’ll get hungry after a long, cold day on the slopes, for sure.
Ski info: We got lessons from Niseko International Ski School (NISS) and our equipment rentals from Niseko Sports. Our lessons were conducted at Hanazono 308, where you can catch the shuttle from the Hirafu intersection. This area is better suited to skiers like us, aka first timers!
Book your stay at Niseko Landmark View from USD 400++ a night.