Traveling to Niseko? There is a fantastic range of accommodation options from which you can choose. Wise travelers will find no less than 82 places to stay within easy driving distance of Niseko's downtown center on Travelocity's informative and up-to-date hotel section.
Kutchan, a pocket of Niseko with 65 Travelocity hotels, can be found 6 miles (9 kilometers) from the heart of downtown. Up there with the best of the Travelocity-listed hotel options in this neighborhood of the city are the Kira Kira and Kisetsukan.
The Niseko area has some affordable hotel options that will be sure to satisfy even the most budget-minded travelers. Different lower-cost room options include the Country Inn Milky House and the Auberge De FryingPan.
You should check out the Niseko Konbu Onsen Tsuruga Besso Moku No Sho and the The Windsor Hotel TOYA. The Niseko Konbu Onsen Tsuruga Besso Moku No Sho is situated just 4 miles (6 kilometers) outside of the town center of Niseko. The The Windsor Hotel TOYA, is just 16 miles (26 kilometers) away. Some more alternatives in the area include the Powder Tracks along with the Yumoto Niseko Prince Hotel Hirafutei.
Why don't you take the time to broaden your horizons and see the other sights located around Hokkaido while you are in the area? Hokkaido offers coastal plains and forests. Commonly visited visitor places of interest include traditional villages and old towns. In this section of Japan adventurous visitors can partake in snowboarding, skiing and cross-country skiing.
Looking for more activities? Consider spending a few hours enjoying Sapporo Beer Museum and Clock Tower, which you'll find in Sapporo, 35 miles (60 kilometers) northeast of Niseko. The JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo and Novotel Sapporo Hotel are some of the Travelocity long and short-stay choices in Sapporo. 17 miles (27 kilometers) southeast of Niseko, you will find Lake Toya, which boasts the Toya Sun Palace and Nishiyama Kogen Petit Hotel Koizumi. Should you choose to stay in Lake Toya, make sure you visit the Showa-shinzan and Showashinzan Ropeway.