Comprising of four luxury chalets, Powdersuites boast spectacular views of the Japan Alps, ensuring
that you are continuously awed by the beauty of the Hakuba mountains.

The suites are fully equipped and come with free Wifi, combo washing and drying machine, dry room, English TV and a dishwasher.

In addition, each chalet includes an 8-seat 4WD vehicle with snow tyres and ski rack.

Hydronic underfloor heating with individual controllers for each of the rooms, espresso coffee machine, flatscreen TV with Apple TV and Netflix

2 bedrooms
Bathroom with basin, shower and bath
Dining area
Drying Room
Free shuttle bus from/to train station
International Cable TV
Scenic views
Self contained kitchen
TV lounge area
Western style rooms
Wifi available

2 bedroom apartment (2 x double or 4 x single) can accommodate up to 6 guests with a sofa bed

There are four types of modern & stylish 2 bedroom apartments with different decorations and layouts.

Rates per aprtment per night
Off peak period from 39,000 yen
Peak period from 59,000 yen
Extra sofa bed 5,000 yen per person per night



The Powdersuites are located very close to the base of the Hakuba 47 and Goryu ski resorts
and offer a good location within Hakuba, in that it's a short drive from the chalets to many
of the ski resorts and dining spots in the valley.

The Hakuba Valley is home to Hakuba Goryu, Hakuba 47, Happo One, Iwatake, Kashimayar, Norikura and Tsugaike. All these resorts are within range, so you are spoilt for choice.

It does attract the second most amount of western visitors behind Niseko, so it is well suit up to accommodate westerners.

The most common way to travel to Hakuba valley is to fly into Tokyo, catch the shinkansen to Nagano (90 minutes) and then a local train or bus to Hakuba 

It is about 90 minutes from Tokyo to Nagano by Shinkansen (bullet train). Then there is the public bus from Nagano to Hakuba areas. The airport direct transfer services are also common.