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SkiJapan.com’s luxury chalet-style Niseko package deal

November 10, 2015 Ski No Comments Email Email

SkiJapan.com’s Yume Basho – is a three bedroom, two bathroom self-contained four star rated chalet in the heart of Hirafu Village, the popular ski town that provides access to four interconnected Hokkaido resorts and an abundant array of restaurants and bars.

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This elegant, contemporary-designed alpine retreat, offers open plan living, premium fittings throughout two levels, large gas fireplace, stylish furnishings, latest entertainment equipment (for the time spent off the slopes) and very large windows that allow great views of the picturesque location.

The seven night SkiJapan.com packages cost from $1,030 per person based on six guests sharing this luxurious chalet from 12 March 2016. It includes a 20% discount on the accommodation. Also included in this well-priced ski or boarding adventure is a Six Day Niseko All Mountain Lift Pass (including night skiing) that is valid at all four ski areas, return Airport Coach Transfers plus Airport Meet & Greet on arrival by SkiJapan.com’s bilingual team at Sapporo’s Chitose International Airport.

Children six years and under ski free all season. Children aged between 7-12 years old get free lift passes in March and April (when purchased with an adult pass) valid at Niseko’s connected ski areas. Save from $190 per child.

Also In March and April Children aged between 2-14 years are offered free standard rental ski equipment (when purchased with adult rental for same duration). Save $210 per child.

Subject to availability and price fluctuation due to changes in the exchange rate. Contact SkiJapan.com for other dates and pricing.

For more details contact SkiJapan.com Toll Free 1300 137 411
website: www.SkiJapan.com

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