With a convenient ski in/ski out location at the foot of the slopes at Grand Hirafu Resort in Niseko, Ki Niseko is a superb boutique-style hotel with friendly, efficient service.
At a Glance
Superbly convenient ski in-ski out location at the foot of the slopes
Warm, friendly service
Private shuttle bus for guests
Excellent ski valet
Fantastic dining on site at one of Niseko's top restaurants
Efficient guest services team to attend to every need
Private Onsen on site
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Located at the foot of the mountain in Hirafu village, Ki Niseko offers the convenient ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes, with superb views of the spectacular dormant volcano of Mount Yotei.
Sophisticated and modern yet retaining a lovely combination of both Alpine and Japanese charm, Ki Niseko is a great choice for anyone looking to be close to all the action both on and off the slopes in Niseko.
Accommodation has been cleverly designed to maximize space, with the condos each equipped with kitchen facilities allowing guests the complete flexibility to dine in or out. Views from the rooms are either up the mountain or across to Mountain Yotei.
The staff at Ki Niseko are exceptionally friendly and the concierge team are always on hand to assist with anything you may need, from arranging lift tickets to booking you a private guide to take you in to the powder fields that Niseko is world famous for.
Away from the slopes, the hotel has its own on-site Onsen and a dip in the mineral rich spring water direct from the hotel's exclusive source provides is the perfect way to end the day after a long day in the powder.
Dining is taken seriously at Ki Niseko, with both a restaurant (An Dining) and more casual cafe and bar available for guests.
The hotel has its own regular complimentary shuttle bus running around town, with convenient stops at key locations. Best of all for skiers, Ki is the only hotel in Niseko offering a ski valet service which makes getting on and off the slopes each day a seamless experience.
Babysitting can be arranged through the hotel's concierge, with hourly rates starting from 3,500 JPY and bookings made at least 72 hours in advance. There are no dedicated facilities for children at this hotel.
Niseko has a huge number of dining options, but one of the best in town is An Dining - the hotel's signature restaurant. There is also a great cafe for lighter bites and a great bar serving up cocktails, wines and beer and coffees to go.
An on-site Onsen provides a haven for relaxation after a day in the powder, with saunas and plunge pools.
Exclusively for hotel guests, Ki Niseko has male and female onsens, plus two private family onsens which can be booked on arrival.
The Onsen are natural hot springs which provide the ultimate relaxation and help soothe aching muscles.
Open from 2pm to 10pm daily.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, An Dining is headed up by Head Chef Shinichi Maeda with a huge emphasis on produce from Hokkaido.
Niseko is made up of four ski areas – Annupuri, Niseko Village, Hirafu and Hanazono which are interlinked and covered on one ski pass. The lift system is a little more antiquated than other international resorts, but it's the backcountry that people really come here for, with the majority of skiers opting to take a guide.
There are plenty of other activities on offer which mainly center around the snow, including deep powder cat skiing, snowbiking, snowmobiling
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