HAKUBA GATEWAY HOTEL

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FACILITIES

  • walktoliftsWalk to lifts
  • parkingParking
  • microwaveMicrowave
  • satellitetvSatellite TV
  • laundryLaundry
  • phonePhone
  • bathBath
  • on-sitereceptionOn-site reception
  • dryroomDry Room
  • restaurantRestaurant
  • wifiWifi

LOCATION

 

Happo Village is Hakuba’s main resort hub. Here you will find an amazing selection of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and Happo’s famous traditional onsen hot-springs dotted throughout the winding streets of this traditional part of the village. Look out for old Japanese shrines buried deep in snow as you explore this quaint area! Happo Village lies at the base of Happo One, the largest of Hakuba’s 10 ski areas, offering easy walking distance access to the ski lifts, including the Happo One gondola. This central location offers convenient access to Evergreen International Ski School, convenience stores and other local amenities. The Happo Information Centre is the main hub for catching shuttle buses to the other world-class ski areas within the Hakuba Valley, giving you the chance to easily explore everything Hakuba has to offer. The Happo Apartments enjoy one of the most convenient Hakuba locations, set just under the Hakuba Gondola in Happo Resort just 1 minute walk to the Gondola, and 5 minutes’ walk to the Nakiyama slope.

Located in the centre of everything, the Happo Gateway Hotel enjoys a convenient location nearby to a large selection of area restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and other village amenities. It is also an easy 3 minute walk to the Nakiyama Chairlift, making it easy to jump on the lifts each morning. The Hakuba Happo bus station is also a short walk away for those arrival and departing from Nagano.

 

ADDRESS: 5056, Hokujo, Hakuba, Nagano 399-9301, Japan

LIFT ACCESS: Walk to Hakuba Happo Lifts: 350 metres / 5 minutes

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Skiing in Japan is Back!

From October Japan’s border will open to independent tourists without visas.

With Japan open for the first winter in 3 years, and the Yen so low, demand is high.

Don’t miss out – book your Japan Ski Holiday Now!