Luxury Ski Chalets Niseko
Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Niseko with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Niseko
Set against the backdrop of Mt Yotei on the northern island of Hokkaido Niseko is one of the most popular resorts in Japan. Receiving on average 15-18 metres of incredible powder snow per season, it is not hard to see why this powder hound’s dream, with incredible tree runs, long trails and big powder bowls is so popular.
Heli-skiing is also possible in Niseko with night skiing available every evening. If skiing isn’t on the agenda, this beautiful resort offers plenty of alternative winter activities including snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
Relaxation is also covered as Niseko is home to blissful onsens (hot spring baths). Just 10 minutes from the centre of Niseko, Hirafu is where you’ll find the best dining opportunities and vibrant nightlife.
The resort has a range of accommodation from hotels to luxury ski chalets, and more recently, a series of luxury apartments have been built in Niseko. Niseko is also beautiful in the summer when visitors can enjoy various outdoor pursuits, from ziplines and rafting to mountain biking and golf.
Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Niseko
Leo Trippi has a stunning collection of luxury ski chalet & apartment rentals in and around Niseko. Made up of four main areas - Annupuri, Higashiyama (Niseko Village), Hirafu and Hanazono, Hirafu is the largest of the areas, with over a dozen lifts and a sizeable town area.
Offering a stylish base, many of our luxury ski chalets in Middle Hirafu village offer breathtaking views of Mt Yotei, with our luxury residences in Upper Hirafu just 200 metres from the Hirafu gondolas and a short walk to the centre of the Hirafu Village.
A 15-minute drive to the east of Hirafu is Kutchan, the biggest city in the area, with plenty of shopping and dining options. Located west of Hirafu is the next largest resort, Niseko Village, which has a small collection of restaurants, bars and boutiques. Here, avid skiers will enjoy our selection of ski-in chalets set within a private gated compound.
Further west lies Annapuri, a less crowded resort where the ski trails are not quite as steep or wide as the other resorts. Haranzo, on the north-eastern side of the mountain, with dedicated areas to learn, is ideal for beginners.
Location & Map
Niseko is a 2.5 hour drive from Sapporo’s New Chitose Airport with direct flights from all over Japan and some international destinations too. Regular trains also run between New Chitose Airport, Sapporo and Kutchan station in Niseko with a travel time of around 3 hours and a transfer required at Otaru station.
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