The price is ￥14,628 per night from Jun 30 to Jul 1￥14,628
Jun 30 - Jul 1
4.7/5 Exceptional! (238 reviews)
"We stayed two nights at Chalet Ivy Hirafu. We loved it and had an amazing stay. Thank you so much for the great hospitality. It will be our go-to choice when we visit Niseko again. The room was spacious and there were plenty of in-room amenities that are so thoughtful. The onsen was wonderful and ..."
The price is ￥10,273 per night from Jul 21 to Jul 22￥10,273
Jul 21 - Jul 22
3.6/5 Good! (250 reviews)
"Nice onsen with a mixed bath area. Many bugs in the room and old bedding and mattress. Old spiderwebs on the ceiling. Water damage on the walls. I suggest only visiting as a day trip to the onsen. They offered to clean the room when we mentioned the bugs, but we decided it was too uncomfortable to ..."
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Frequently asked questions
Niseko offers a variety of cheap accommodations and places to visit, making it a great vacation choice for budget-conscious travelers. You can find ways to save money while getting to know this destination, which is home to attractions like Annupuri, Niseko Annupuri International Ski Area, and Niseko Annupuri Gondola.
Expedia has 6 hotels in Niseko that are ideal if you are watching your pennies.
Weather is probably a major factor when you plan your trip to Niseko, and keep in mind that cheaper options are usually available when the weather isn't as good. The hottest months are usually August and July with an average temp of 64°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 30°F. The snowiest months in Niseko are January, February, December, and March, with each month seeing an average of 37 inches of snowfall.
Niseko draws tourists with its lakeside setting and mountain views, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the popular local attractions that are highest on your list, such as Niseko Village and Niseko Mountain Resort Grand Hirafu, and choose other low-cost activities to fill your itinerary. If you're eager to get outdoors, you can enjoy the natural setting at Shikotsu-Toya National Park, Kanro-sui, or Niseko-Shakotan-Otarukaigan Quasi-National Park.
Checking out these ways to get around Niseko is a smart way to keep your trip affordable. The most convenient airport is 50.2 mi (80.8 km) away from the center in New Chitose Intl. Airport (CTS). To venture out into the surrounding area, ride aboard one of the trains from Niseko Station.
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"Nice onsen with a mixed bath area. Many bugs in the room and old bedding and mattress. Old spiderwebs on the ceiling. Water damage on the walls. I suggest only visiting as a day trip to the onsen. They offered to clean the room when we mentioned the bugs, but we decided it was too uncomfortable to stay overnight and drove home instead."