Hokkaido, Japan -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/12/2014 -- Launched to take reservations for the 2014 ski holiday at the foot of the Grand Hirafu, http://www.KiNiseko.com is a luxurious prelude to the Japan ski holiday that lays ahead. Lauding the extensive amenities found at Hokkaido’s first eco-friendly ski resort such as ski valet, private onsens, and expansive Mt. Yotei views, the new site offers a way to redefine the Japanese ski experience and find out more about this exclusive Niseko accommodation. Reservations can also be made directly through the site www.kiniseko.com.
Recognised worldwide for the area’s rare powdered snow, skiing aficionados can fly into Sapporo Chitose International Airport and be taken by luxury coach directly to their well-appointed accommodations. Before hitting the slopes outside their door guests can schedule a dip at day’s end in one of the resort’s private mineral-rich onsen hot springs to be followed by a massage. Then, while ski valets dry, tune, wax, warm and secure their ski equipment guests can dine on Japanese cuisine at An Dining and enjoy a drink in the resort’s restaurant, cafe or bar. Wine delivery to one’s room is offered upon request.
Open year-round the Ki Niseko is surrounded by lush forests, mountain bike trails and ample cultural excursions as well as close by 4 golf courses. Sightseeing day trips can be scheduled by private car to Sapporo, Japan’s fourth largest city, Otaru or Lake Toya.
About the Ki Niseko Hotel
Ki Niseko is Niseko’s newest luxury resort hotel accommodation at the foot of Grand Hirafu. Japan skiing at its finest, the resort is built beside one of Asia’s largest ski fields. Amenities include ski-in ski-out access, ski valet service, private onsen hot springs, outdoor stone rotenburo baths, a private shopping service, restaurant with expansive views of Mt. Yotei and the convenience of luxury airport transfers.
Now taking Winter 2014/15 reservations, guests can book online at www.kiniseko.com or email email@example.com. Ki Niseko is located at 190-6 Yamada Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido 044-0081 Japan.
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