GAKUTO VILLAS

from ¥48,000 p/n - enquire now

from ¥48,000 p/n - enquire now
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FACILITIES

  • Walk to liftsWalk to lifts
  • parkingParking
  • microwaveMicrowave
  • satellitetvSatellite TV
  • laundryLaundry
  • fireplaceFireplace
  • fullkitchenFull Kitchen
  • phonePhone
  • bathBath
  • on-sitereceptionOn-site reception
  • conciergeConcierge
  • sounddockSound Dock
  • wifiWifi

LOCATION

 

Gakuto Villas are ideally located in central Wadano, Hakuba’s most popular accommodation district, with immediate access to public ski shuttle stops, located just outside it’s doorsteps. Gakuto Villas is situated right at the base of Happo One, the largest of Hakuba Valley’s 10 ski areas.

Central Wadano has it all, with world-class skiing and a fantastic selection of restaurants, bars, shops, cafes, rental stores and onsen hot-springs are all on the doorstep. The Wadano Visitor Centre is located at the heart of this area, and is home to Rhythm rental store and the departure point for the Snow Monkey Onsen Tour. From Central Wadano, it is a short walk to the winding streets of Happo village, where you’ll find a large array of restaurants and bars to enjoy. Central Wadano also offers the closest possible access the Evergreen International Ski School, located at the Kokusai lift at Happo One, so is an ideal base for families and those taking lessons.  Other resorts in the Hakuba Valley can be accessed easily via the free shuttle buses which stop in various locations throughout Central Wadano.

ADDRESS: Gakuto Villas, 4720-1,4721,4722 Hokujo, Hakuba-mura, Kitaazumi-gun, Nagano 399-9301, Japan

LIFT ACCESS: Walk to Lifts: 5 minutes | Walk to Shuttle: Immediate

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