NEW in Niseko: 2 Charming Stays for the BRR months ❄️

Looking for where to stay in Niseko? Check out 2 new properties we love!

ICYMI: It’s time to say “konnichiwa” to Japan again! Foreigners are now welcome to apply for a tourist visa via a travel agency for short-term stays of less than 3 months. Miss Japan as much as we do? Check out the full details here.

We don’t know about you, but it sounds like the stars aligned just in time for the ski season in Niseko. And it just so happens that The Luxe Nomad added 2 new properties to our portfolio that are perfect for the coming winter months. Scroll down to have a look!

READ MORE: The Luxe Nomad’s Guide to Niseko

Hanaridge Niseko

Where it is: Hanazono

What you’ll get: A sleek luxury chalet with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Surrounded by a protected national park forest, you’ll get wonderful views of Mt. Yotei framed by floor-to-ceiling windows. It also has an impressive media room to keep everyone entertained,  furnished with a 100-inch TV, Xbox, karaoke system, and foosball.

What you’ll love: Not a lot of accommodations in Niseko have private onsens, but this stay has two! Choose between the indoor or outdoor natural onsens, which you can enjoy all to yourselves.

What to do: Located near lots of activity areas, a 3-5 minute drive will take you straight to the Hanazono Ski Resort. (Insider tip: book in the winter to get the butler, car and driver service inclusions!) Visiting during warmer months? Hanazono Tree Trekking (1.8km) and Hanazono Golf (2.5km) are also easily accessible for a fine day outdoors.

Starts at USD3,578++ a night | BOOK NOW

Fo Sho Sansou

Where it is: Lower Hirafu

What you’ll get: Quaint and spacious, this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home has a modern minimalist look to complement its open plan living and dining area. It comfortably fits a group of 6, whether with family or friends, plus it’s equipped with a full kitchen, ski storage, drying area, and a laundry room complete with washer and dryer facilities.

What you’ll love: Situated in the middle of the woodlands, you’ll get beautiful views all year round: refreshing greens for spring and summer, warm tones for autumn, or powdery scenes for winter.

What to do: You won’t run out of places to go, as you’ll be in close proximity to, well, everything! Stretch your legs and discover good eats within walking distance (the nearest restaurants and bars are only 50m away!). Meanwhile, in the winter, you’ll be a short drive from the Grand Hirafu Gondola and ACE Family Quad ski lifts.

Starts at USD438++ a night | BOOK NOW

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