Hakuba Springs Hotel is a 3 star hotel with a 5 star location the heart of Happo Village. The hotel boasts phenomenal convenience, excellent service, and the perfect combination of Japanese culture and western comforts. Only minutes from the Happo-One chair lifts and even closer to the Resort Shuttles, Hakuba Springs is the perfect place to experience all Hakuba has to offer.
You won’t find a more centrally located property in all of Hakuba. The Hakuba Springs Hotel in Happo Village is directly between the Nakiyama Chair Lifts and the Happo Information Bus Center—a 5 minute walk in ski boots to both locations. The Adam Gondola is approximately 8 minutes on foot and the hotel is surrounded by dozens of great restaurants, bars, cafes, and shopping options.
Hot Springs / Spa
Start every day in true Japanese fashion with an onsen bath (hot spring) and a sauna session. The in-house facilities are the best way to treat your legs after a day of skiing Japanese powder and an equally amazing way to find that critical morning energy. Who needs coffee when you have morning onsen soaks? Actually, I still do. But Jack’s Bar has us covered.
Jack’ Sports Bar
The staff at Jack’s Bar whips up delicious Australian style coffee every morning from 7am making it the perfect pit stop before hitting the slopes. Pop in next door for a breakfast sandwich and a cup of Joe before walking to the lifts. You won’t be disappointed.
Stop in later for a great pub lunch or dinner and catch literally any sporting event happening anywhere in the world. Big Bash, NFL Sunday Pass, Premiere League, Canadian Curling, Norwegian Ice Fishing–you name it, they’ve got it.
Jack’s also has live music most evenings and offers fun events including Tuesday Trivia Night, Sunday Boozey Bingo, and Hip Hop Djs on Fridays. It’s a great spot for the night owls amongst us.
An excellent Japanese restaurant and one of the few Hakuba restaurants serving fresh sushi direct from the famous Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market. Beyond delicious fresh fish, Sharaku serves hearty hot pot nabe and an array of traditional Japanese dishes. Guests can also enjoy complimentary breakfast every morning at Sharaku.
The shuttle to Hakuba 47/Goryu stops directly in front of Hakuba Springs Hotel several times throughout the day and guests can catch shuttles to all other resorts at the Happo Bus Terminal, 300 meters from the hotel. There are free and paid shuttles but all are free for Hakuba All Valley Pass Holders.
Springs Hotel has 36 rooms and a range of options for every type of group. The following are images of each room type with February rates.