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Hakuba Chalets for 5 Types of Ski Holidays

A home away from home. That’s what you get when you book a Hakuba Chalet. Like your personal castle, these beautiful properties include all the amenities necessary for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday with the ones you love. Hakuba Chalets vary significantly in price and size but there are options for nearly every holiday budget. The following are Hakuba Chalets for 5 types of ski holiday budgets.

1). Mizuho Chalet

One of the best value chalets in Hakuba, these cozy chalets sleep six across three bedrooms and are less than ten minutes on foot from the Happo-One lifts. Guests can walk to all of the restaurants and bars in both Happo Village and Echoland and chalet guests have access to the Hakuba Springs Hotel shuttle service to various restaurants and shopping centers around Hakuba. The Mizuho Chalets have a full kitchen, living room, and dry room.

Insider Tip: The nearby lodge, the Lab, serves up delicious home-style cooked meals every night at 7pm. They cost ¥1,200 and offer vegan options.

  • ¥86,000 Per Night
  • ¥14,333 Per Person

2). Wadano Woods

The perfect chalets for large groups, the Wadano Woods 4 Bedroom Chalets sleep ten people in comfort. The entire interior is decked out with a warm wooded design, invoking feelings of a log cabin wilderness retreat. The layout of the chalet is great for large family groups as the room best suited for the children is on the second floor giving the adults space to enjoy their holiday in the living space late into the night.

Insider Tip: Chalet guests have access to the Hakuba Springs Hotel Shuttle service to some of the best restaurants in Hakuba including to Bernd’s Keller.

  • ¥110,000 Per Night
  • ¥11,000 Per Person

3). Phoenix Chalet

The Phoenix Group offers some of the best luxury chalets in the Hakuba Valley and the 3 Bedroom Phoenix Chalet is certainly one of the nicest. The luxurious Wadano property sleeps six people in three upstairs bedrooms. The chalet features hydronic underfloor heating, a large dry room, and laundry facilities in addition to a modern kitchen and living space. 

Insider Tip: The Phoenix Chalet is a five minute walk from Hakuba’s highest rated restaurant on Trip Adviser, Mimi’s.  It’s an incredible Japanese-European fusion fine dining experience.

  • ¥132,000 Per Night
  • ¥22,000 Per Person

4). Amo 54

Pure Luxury is the name of the game with Amo 54. Located 150 meters from the gentle Sakka Slopes on Happo-One, Amo 54 has four bedrooms and five bathrooms plus a study!

The master bedroom has a king bed, a huge ensuite and balcony. Another two bedrooms can be configured as a king bed or twin singles and the last has two sets of bunk beds perfect for the kids. There’s a large living area with sofas and a flat screen and a second living space for the kids equipped with a large television, wireless speakers, ping-pong, fooseball, board games, a punching bag, and books.

The chalet is toasty warm as the temperature is controlled by underfloor heating and the chalet also includes laundry, ski storage room, drying room and an internal garage.

Insider Tip: Walk to the Rabbit Hole for the best burger in Hakuba.

  • ¥198,000 Per Night
  • ¥19,800 Per Person

5). One Happo

Forbes  identified One Happo as one of the most luxurious chalets in Asia and we wholeheartedly agree. This jaw-dropping luxurious James Bond Fantasy chalet made real offers seemingly every amenity imaginable. After entering the home and passing a large dry room for your gear, you walk into an Olympic sized gym equipped with a sauna and onsen bath all with floor to ceiling glass windows offering amazing mountain views. The second story boasts five bedrooms, two king bedrooms with hot tubs and again, incredible views of the Happo slopes. The third floor is the common space with a state of the art kitchen, a walk in wine room, a dinning and living space, and an infra-red heated balcony overlooking the mountain.

Insider Tip: There is a trail that leads from One Happo to the street leading up to the Happo Gonodola. This makes the walk to the gondola five minutes, but be careful as you walk down the snowy path.

  • ¥300,000 Per Night
  • ¥30,000 Per Person

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