Live in luxury on your ski trip at the Kasara Townhouse, a self-catering stay that's only a minute's walk from the gondola in Niseko Village. It’s got a traditional Japanese look on the outside, inspired by historical houses that were once home to merchants and craftsmen. And inside, the design’s all about the local principles of ‘shibumi’ – calmness, richness and glamour.
Each apartment spreads over two floors and is decorated with creams and browns, rich dark wood and custom artwork. Of course, they’ve also got everything you need for a holiday in the mountains, from the swish kitchen to the washing machine and tumble dryer.
If you fancy getting your breakfast prepared for you, upgrade to bed & breakfast and stroll to the nearby Hinode Hills or The Green Leaf hotels each morning to graze from the buffet. And if you’re keen to experience an authentic Japanese onsen and spa, you can use the ones at The Green Leaf or the Hilton for free.
- Experience 5-star style at these swish townhouses.
- The nearest gondola's just a minute's walk away.
- Upgrade to bed & breakfast to get your morning meals sorted too.
- Self-catering apartment with kitchen facilities
- Optional upgrade to bed & breakfast with hot and cold buffet breakfast (taken at either Goshiki restaurant at The Green Leaf hotel or The Bistro at Hinode Hills hotel)
- In Niseko Village
- 1 minute's walk to the Upper Village gondola
- 1 minute's walk to the ski school meeting point and nursery slopes
- 1 minute's walk to the ski bus stop for regular services to Hirafu and Kutchan towns
All apartments are over two floors and have a kitchen with oven, hobs, fridge, freezer, kettle, coffee machine, microwave and toaster, as well as a washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board, flatscreen TV, bathrobes, slippers, hairdryer, telephone and safe. Bed linen, towels and cleaning (every other day) are included.
3 bedroom townhouse - sleeps 1-8 (max 6 adults or 6 adults and 2 children up to 12 years): Three bedrooms with king bed or twin beds, living room with double sofa bed, private bath or shower and WC.
- Boot room with lockers
- Free WiFi
- Free use of the spas and onsens at the Hilton Niseko Village and The Green Leaf Niseko Village hotels
- 8 townhouses
The advantage of booking a self-catered skiing holiday is often the price. The disadvantages mean either eating out, which in a ski resort is often expensive, or it means having to cook your own meals, which probably means less time skiing, and who really wants to shop and then cook an evening meal after a full days skiing?
Huski, the Alps-based catering business offers a great solution, that means you can still enjoy the great value of a ski apartment or self-catered chalet and eat well without the fuss of having to cook your own food.
Huski delivers a week’s worth of dishes, freshly frozen and ready for you to just heat and serve.
Huski catering is only available to properties in French ski resorts.
Prices & Availability
PP - Price per person based on full occupancy