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A quick browse through #Niseko will give you major holiday goals — and with so many fantastic hotels available on lastminute.com.au, it won't be long before you can start ticking them off! Let’s be real — pretty much everyone prefers to stay in the thick of the action. Lucky for you, there are 60 hotels within 5 kilometres of Niseko's centre on lastminute.com.au.
Offering 11 accommodation options, Annupuri is an awesome choice to begin your search for the most comfortable room. This neighbourhood is about 4 kilometres from the central area. The Hilton Niseko Village and Niseko Northern Resort An'nupuri are highly recommended.
Looking for more options? The Niseko Konbu Onsen Tsuruga Besso Moku No Sho is positioned 6 kilometres away from the main central district, and The Windsor Hotel TOYA is 25 kilometres away. We'd also recommend the Chalet Ivy and the Akazora. The first is 5 kilometres away from town, while the second is 5 kilometres away.
Still haven't discovered your ideal room? You might just find a lavish enough thread count in Otaru. You'll also be able to check out Asarigawa Onsen and the Ishihara Yujiro Memorial Museum. The Hotel Nord Otaru and Grand Park Otaru are a few of the apartment and hotel options here. 55 kilometres to the southeast of Niseko you can also stay at Muroran, Japan, which is home to the Hotel Route-Inn Higashimuroran Ekimae and Dormy Inn Higashimuroran Natural Hot Spring. Tokkarisho Lookout and Cape Chikyu are up there with the most popular places to explore in Muroran, Japan.
There's nothing more worrying than landing somewhere unfamiliar and wondering where on earth you're gonna crash that night. So why not get yourself sorted beforehand and book a room at the Crowne Plaza Ana Chitose? It's seriously close to New Chitose Airport which lies 80 kilometres from Niseko's centre.