Hakuba Tokyu Hotel
Neighboring the towering Japanese Northern Alps and home to one of Japan’s most-famous onsens, Hakuba Tokyu Hotel is a year-round destination attracting skiers, snowboarders, and spa-lovers for the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation. The lodge-style ski resort features 102 rooms and suites, and boasts everything from dazzling mountain views and transportation to the slopes to first-class French cuisine and authentic Shabu-Shabu. Whether exploring the Alps or enjoying spa-and-springs pampering, head to Hakuba Tokyu Hotel for a majestic mountainside escape.
At A Glance
- Take in awe-inducing views of the soaring Alps from your room’s private balcony
- Three on-site dining options serve everything from French-style cuisine to authentic Japanese dishes
- Relax and recover at the Grand Spa’s Happo Hot Spring famous for its high alkalinity and healing properties
- Explore the Alps via skis, snowboards, or snowshoes. There is an on-site rental shop and lessons are available
- Shuttle to the slopes, relax with aromatherapy at the spa, and dip into the indoor-outdoor hot springs
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- 102 cozy rooms and suites feature private balconies offering dazzling views of the Japanese Alps
- All rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, and tea and coffee-making facilities
- Hit the complimentary breakfast served at Chamonix before heading out to the mountains for a ski session
- Perfect for all occasions, the hotel offers one banquet hall and one grand hall for larger conferences
- Ski and snowboard lockers are included in each room
Chamonix — Named after France’s famed resort area, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, Hakuba Tokyu Hotel’s signature restaurant dishes out fine French cuisine honoring the European country. The Crepes Suzette flambéed tableside are as memorable as they are delicious, and the restaurant also boasts a wide selection of locally sourced wines.
Manyo — A favorite of locals and hotel guests alike, reserve a table at Manyo for classic Japanese cuisine. Shabu-Shabu and assorted Sashimis are spectacular, and the restaurant sources all of its food from local farms, while seafood is caught and delivered daily.
The Lodge — Sidle up to a cozy chair and grab a cocktail at this lounge space serving up specialty drinks and light fare daily until 10 PM.
Winter Sports — The surrounding Japanese Alps make Hakuba Tokyu Hotel a ski destination for world travelers during the winter seasons. Hit the powder for skiing or snowboarding, learn about off-beat and local wildlife with Snow Monkey Tours, or rent a snowmobile and cruise through the mountains.
Hot Air Balloon Rides and Paragliding — For unmatched views of the mountain peaks, a hot air balloon ride is a must while visiting Nagano Prefecture. More adventurous types can spend an afternoon soaring through the mountains in a paraglider.
Summer Sports — Once summer hits, the snow banks melt and the landscape transforms from spectacular ski slopes to terrain perfect for river rafting. Local guides offer white water rafting classes in the mostly-tame waters of Hakuba Valley’s Himekawa. Other summer favorites include mountain biking, canyoning (a more intense version of hiking), and guided tours through the mountain.
Hakuba Tokyu Hotel
Located a short drive from the main village in Hakuba (the host of he 1998 Winter Olympics), the renowned resort is surrounded by the sprawling Northern Alps of Nagano Prefecture and the famous Hakuba Onsens.