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Choose from a list of free gifts when you stay at Ki Niseko between April 9 – 28! Available for a limited time only, so get in quickly!
Book 3 nights, choose 1 option from the menu below.
Book 4 nights, choose 2 options
Book 5 nights, choose 3 options
Book 6 nights, choose 4 options
Book 7 nights, choose 5 options!
All qualifying bookings will get FREE breakfast included!
Spring Giveaway Menu
- 1 night free
- Free private transfers (return)
- 1 full-day private lesson with GoSnow (per person)
- Rentals from Rhythm for length of your stay (board, skis, boots) per person
- Lift passes for Grand Hirafu for length of your stay (per person)
- "Hokkaido Pack" food pack x 1
- 60 minute massage per person
- Signature Course Dinner at An Dining (per person, not including drinks)
To redeem this offer, book online or contact one of our dedicated reservations consultants at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Niseko spring is truly one of the area's best-kept secrets. In fact, if you're bringing kids on holiday, are new to skiing or snowboarding, or enjoy a little sunshine now and then, there's no better time to visit Japan's best ski resort! Not convinced? Here are a few reasons to consider this period:
There's no better time to learn skiing or snowboarding
Unless you're an expert skier or snowboarder looking for waist-deep powder, spring is as good a time as any, if not the best, to acquaint yourself with the Niseko slopes. The groomed runs are likely to be in good condition, you won’t find yourself stuck in heavy powder (it can be difficult) and the visibility is generally very good – making it much easier to find your way around the mountain. Best of all, you don’t need to worry about riders constantly speeding past you, because the slopes are much less crowded. Which brings us to our next point…
Skiing amongst the peak season masses can feel unsettling for those who like the comfort of space. Uncrowded spring slopes provide a much more relaxed experience. In addition, lift lines are short or non-existent, ski school classes tend to be smaller and there’s no jockeying for tables at the on-mountain restaurants!
Great weather and stunning views
Taking in the stunning alpine views is one of the best aspects of skiing in Niseko. On a perfect bluebird day, there is nothing more breathtaking than the dramatic sight of the snowcapped Mt. Yotei – a view that it often missed completely by holidaymakers visiting the resort during the peak period (when clouds and fog can make visibility very limited). Spring is the time for clear skies, sunshine and, most importantly, great family photos! Plus, if you or your kids feel the cold easily, you’ll appreciate the milder weather and manage longer periods outside.
Catch Japan's cherry blossom season
Hokkaido’s famous cherry blossoms typically bloom in the second half of April or early May, right as the Niseko ski season is winding down. If you time things right, you can squeeze two of Japan’s iconic travel experiences into the one trip!
Terms & Conditions
- Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
- Minimum 3 night stay
- Giveaway based on maximum 2 guests per bedroom
- Subject to availability
- Each option may be only chosen once
- Simply let our team know which options you would like at the time of booking
- Normal booking terms and conditions apply