Best Accommodation in Niseko

Kimamaya by Odin
Infamously known for its deep, deep powder snow. Niseko is a ski and snowboarding mecca for winter sport’s lovers from all over the world.
Laying in the shadows of Mt. Yotei- an active volcano, the Niseko area is full of natural beauty year round. In winter, the snow-capped volcano provides a stunning backdrop for the resort when the sun comes out to play.
Keep reading to find out our Top 3 Dream Stays in Niseko.

1. Glasshouse


Glasshouse stands in a league of it’s own. A 5 bedroom split-level home that comfortably sleeps 12, it is perfect for large families or groups of friends. Set way down in lower Hirafu, it is far enough from the hustle and bustle of the main village, yet still conveniently located.

Not coincidentally named, Glasshouse offers amazing, uninterrupted views of Mount Yotei from the comfort of the lounge room through its floor-to-ceiling windows. Featuring all the little luxuries you need, there is even a concierge on hand to transport you to and from the slopes or your favourite restaurant.

The secluded location offers ultimate privacy for relaxing in the outdoor Jacuzzi or lounging in front of the lounge’s open fireplace. Featuring all the little luxuries you need, you can even arrange to have someone cook up the ultimate Japanese feast all in the comfort of your own holiday house.

2. The Vale

The Vale

This was a difficult choice between newly built Ki Niseko and World Ski Award’s Winner The Vale. For us, The Vale remains the obvious winner due to it’s convenient location.

The Vale has been the créme de la créme of Niseko's luxury chalet scene for a number of years. Perfectly located at the foot of Hirafu's Family Run, it is the dream ski-in, ski-out accommodation for families and couples alike. The Vale has everything one would need for a ski holiday from an Aprés bar & grill to a luxury onsen and pool as well as ski shop, rentals and lessons.

It offers an array of accommodation ranging from studio rooms through to 3-bedroom apartments featuring a private onsen, to the Yotei Panorama Penthouse which sleeps 6 people.

3. Kimamaya

Kimamaya by Odin

A boutique hotel with just 9 rooms, Kimamaya by Odin oozes exclusive yet simplistic luxury. The intimate feel of the hotel extends to the rooms. Each room features a king size bed and spacious en-suite. Some rooms feature a loft to accommodate up to 4 people, while all rooms have a simplistic design with warm and neutral furnishings.

The hotel itself provides the ultimate privacy in what can feel like your own chalet. Kick back by the roaring fireplace in the lounge or slip next door to The Barn by Odin, without having to leave the front door. Here you can enjoy French alpine food and wine in what could be the most stunning piece of architecture in Niseko.

In what truly feels like a winter hideaway where you can rejuvenate from a busy day, Kimamaya offers a complimentary spa for all guests as well as full body massages (extra charge).