Manza Prince Hotel is a ski in ski out hotel located at an elevation of 1,800 meters.
Blessed with spectacular natural surroundings, incredible views, and outstanding hot springs, the Manza Prince Hotel offers opportunities to relax and enjoy the area’s charms for every season.
This resort hotel features both Japanese and Western-style rooms as well as a diverse selection of Japanese, Western, and Chinese cuisine to sample in the restaurants and lounge.
The Hotel’s open-air hot spring baths (“rotenburo”) include mixed-gender baths. For male guests, we have provided a towel in your room to wear around your waist in consideration toward female guests. For female guests, bath towels suitable for mixed bathing are available on loan from the front desk or you can purchase a special bathing suit from the shop.
East Building Twin Room (19.2 sqm) accommodate 1 - 2 guests
Weekdays from 13,300 yen per person twin share including breakfast & dinner
Saturdays & holidays from 21,200 yen per person twin share including breakfast & dinner
South Twin Room (24 sqm) accommodate 1 - 3 guests
Weekdays from 14,500 yen per person twin share including breakfast & dinner
Saturdays & holidays from 24,800 yen per person twin share including breakfast & dinner
Family Room B (38 sqm) accommodate 1 - 4 guests
Weekdays from 12,800 yen per person quad share including breakfast & dinner
Saturdays & Holidays from 20,000 yen per person quad share including breakfast & dinner
Japanese Room accommodate 1 - 4 guests
Weekdays from 12,000 yen per person quad share including breakfast & dinner
Saturdays & Holidays from 18,900 yen per person quad share including breakfast & dinner
Specials & discounts
Kids ski FREE
Child discounts for 7-12 years old
The best way to get to Manza from Tokyo is to catch the Hokuriku Shinkansen to JR Karuizawa station. From Karuizawa station to Manza there is afree shuttle bus twice a day. There is also a public bus from Karuizawa station to Manza Onsen bus terminal. If you are arriving by public bus to the bus terminal, there is a connecting free shuttle from the bus terminal to Manza Prince Hotel. We will help you with the timetable.
Manza Onsen is a classic Japanese snow resort.
This onsen resort is one of the highest onsen resorts in Japan as it is located at 1,760 meters above sea level. For this reason, the view from the open-air bath is outstanding. A feature of this onsen is the color of milky white. Renowned as a symbol of Manza Onsen, "Karabuki" jets volcanic gas containing steam from between the rocks.
Due to the high altitude of 1,994 meters, Manza Onsen Ski Resort offers the lightest and driest powder snow in Japan's Northern Alps. The trails are mostly designed with beginner and intermediate skiers, but there are a number of fun features including a mini terrain park and a few non-groomed runs.