Hotel Sierra Resort Hakuba: Business-friendly hotel with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located near skiing.
Shakespeare Hotel: Business-friendly hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located near a ski shuttle.
Condominium Excel Hakuba: Ski aparthotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located near a ski shuttle.
Hakuba Mominoki Hotel: Business-friendly hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located near a ski shuttle.
Hakuba Hotel Ougiya: Family hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Guests give the location a thumbs up.
Hakuba Onsen Ryokan Shirouma-so: Ski ryokan with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located next to the convention centre.
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Hakuba hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Hakuba Valley Ski Area, Happo-one Adam Gondola, and Hakuba Mini Train Park. Hakuba Ski Jumping Stadium and Happo Information Center are also within 15 minutes.
Hakuba Highland Hotel: Ski hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located in the mountains.
You’ve waxed your skis, checked your gear, and are dying to show off that new jacket. You know—the one with the hidden hand warmers. There’s also the matter of that kangaroo flip you’ve almost mastered. Just a few more tries and it’ll be perfect.
Now all you need is some groomed slopes and a spot close to the mountain. Well, there’s a ski resort in Hakuba with your name on it.
There’s no vacation like snow-cation
Imagine mastering moguls and zipping through fresh powder. Take in those mountain vistas from the lift as you get ready for that downhill rush all over again. Sounds amazing, right? You have questions? Well, we have answers:
Q: How much will a ski resort near Hakuba cost?
A: We have Hakuba ski resorts for as little as AU$150 per night.
Q: What if I have never skied before?
A: Sign up for a lesson or have one of your ski buddies show you the ropes on the bunny slopes (no bunnies are harmed in the making of said slopes).
Q: How many ski resorts are there in Hakuba?
A: There’s 306 ski resorts for you to choose from in Hakuba. Browse the 13 reviews to help you decide which one is the best for your trip.
You won’t have to shake sand out of your shoes or slather on aloe during this trip. After you’ve spent your day on the mountain, cosy up around the fire and sip warm cider or hot cocoa. Go ahead and add some marshmallows (to the cocoa, not the cider); you’ve earned it. See you on the slopes!