The Marillen Hotel is among the most popular Hakuba accommodation for a reason. It’s one of Hakuba’s only true ski-in-ski-out properties and sits at the base of the most popular resort and the most lively village. Combine this enviable location with a cozy Austrian themed hotel and restaurant providing hearty, authentic European Alpine dining experiences and you’ll quickly realize why Marillen Hotel is Hakuba’s premiere accommodation.
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The Marillen Hotel sits on the base of the Nakiyama Slope on Hakuba’s largest resort, Happo-One. Only 50 meters from the chair lifts, guests can ski to the Nakiyama Chair Lift and ride one more lift to reach Gondola Station.
As a part of Happo Village, Marillen Hotel guests can walk to dozens of phenomenal restaurants, hot springs, cafes, and shopping areas. The hotel also runs a shuttle service to several of the best restaurants in Hakuba.
The Marillen Hotel has 3 main room types– Twin, Triple, and Quad– with half the rooms offering spectacular mountain views. The hotel also has compact versions of the Twin and Quads rooms for approximately ¥10,000 less per night. The warm, cozy Austrian interiors will transport you to the German Alps.
Superior Twin Rooms
Standard Triple Rooms
Superior Quad Rooms
Views from the Balcony
Bernd’s Keller is the only authentic European alpine cuisine in Hakuba. Hotel and restaurant managers Bernd and Naoko have over 25 years of experience operating German restaurants in Japan and have applied their expertise to every aspect of the the Bernd’s Keller menu and aesthetic. The restaurant features delicious European cuisine and hearty German favorites such as cheesy fondue, steaks and grills, house-made sausages, schnitzel and pretzel sandwiches with an extensive international wine list to pair for a truly satisfying evening.
Live music. German Beer. Cheese Fondue. Enough said. Spend the entire morning up on Happo-One before making your way down to Marillen for Happy Hour beers and Après food.
Nakiyama Night skiing is great for the kids as it’s a short green run well lit and safe. The Kids can also toboggan if they prefer. The best part, however, is the large glass windows from waist to ceiling providing perfect visibility of the flood lit slope. Meaning you can sit in the comfort of Bernd’s Keller enjoying cold beers and fondue as you watch the youngsters enjoy outside.
Two of Hakuba’s largest winter events, New Years Eve and the Happo Fire Festival, are held in front of the Marillen Hotel. Marillen is the perfect place to enjoy both festivals.