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Niseko Hotel Guide

Located a short distance away from the New Chitose Airport in Sapporo, Niseko is a winter paradise located in Hokkaido, Japan near a dormant volcano, Mount Yotei. From the airport (CTS) in Sapporo, Niseko can be reached by taxi or bus. Niseko Station can also be reached by taking the Hakodate Main Line.

Niseko experiences heavy snowfall in the winter and welcomes numerous visitors who are interested in skiing and snowboarding each year. The village is surrounded by mountains and those who are daring enough to climb them can get a glimpse of spectacular views when they reach the top. Niseko is home to many resorts, including the Niseko Village Ski Resort, Niseko Hanazono Resort, and Niseko Annupuri International Ski Area.

Although Niseko is known for heavy snowfall and winter sports, there’s actually a lot to do in the summer as well. When the snow melts, Niseko offers a multitude of outdoor activities, including white water rafting, golf, fishing, kayaking, and trekking. Those staying in the city can enjoy relaxation in the form of hot springs as well, as many hotels in Niseko incorporate the city’s natural springs into their properties.

For its location, Niseko is considered to be relatively developed. Within the town itself, there are many resort hotels such as Hilton Niseko Village and Hotel Kanronomori. There are also a wide variety of options for dining and nightlife available as well.

Niseko experiences above average rainfall during the summer months and temperatures are coldest from January through March. Winter is the peak travel season for Niseko, so those looking to travel during the months should book their hotels in advance.

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