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Kiroro – Hotel
1 Bedroom

This Tribute Portfolio hotel offers spacious rooms just a few minutes walk from the lifts.

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The Japanese ski hotel is an institution in itself, and Kiroro Resort’s offerings are no different in terms of grandeur, faux –heritage aesthetic and choices in abundance. The Kiroro, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel (previously known as Hotel Piano) is a large accommodation option, boasting 282 suites and guestrooms in a brilliant location adjacent to the ski area.

Sleeps: 2 – 4 guests (4 max)
Size: 30 – 149m²
Built: 1990s

Kiroro Tribute Portfolio Hotel

Ski-Slope Views
Mountain Views
Family/Kid Friendly
24-Hour Reception
Ski Lockers
Onsite Ski Rental
Onsite Ski Shop

Onsite Restaurants
Onsite Cafe
Onsite Bar
Onsite Onsen
Breakfast Available
Dinner Available
Public Onsen

Business/Conference Centre
Coin Laundry
On Inter-resort Bus Route
Guest Ski Lift Shuttle
Free Parking
In-house Car Rental

The Kiroro, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel Dining at Night | Kiroro

As a resort, Kiroro is quite distinct from any kind of village or town atmosphere. Nearby shops or bars are not an option for evenings, but as a result, The Kiroro offers a great selection of restaurants and buffets (11 in total) within the hotel building, ranging from traditional Japanese food to Italian style cuisine.

Other amenities and facilities are available at The Kiroro, including a gym, an indoor pool, karaoke, an indoor activity centre (games arcade and a pirate ship playground for the kids) as well as the Kiroro Hot Spring “Shinrin No Yu”. This natural hot spring bath is a fantastic way to relax and recover after an incredible day in Kiroro’s stunning powder snow and terrain, and is a must-do for anyone visiting Japan for the first time. Yukata, which are Japanese style pyjama robes, are also available.

The Kiroro is an approximate 7 minute walk away from the ski lift access area, and is not the closest accommodation option to the slopes. However, the hotel offers a regular free shuttle service every 10 – 20 minutes, connecting The Kiroro with the ski area to make for an extremely convenient daily ski routine. There’s also a shuttle bus to nearby Otaru (stopping at the train station), which is perfect for a short day trip or for onward travel to and from The Kiroro.

Kiroro Tribute Portfolio Hotel

  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Centralised Heating
  • Air Conditioning
  • Forest Views
  • Traditional Tatami room
  • Phone (free local calls)
  • In-Room Safe
  • In-Room Seating
  • Slippers
  • Japanese Robe
  • Ski Storage
  • Business/workspace
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Plasma/LCD TV
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Mini-Fridge
  • Electric Kettle
  • Coffee Machine
  • Cups, Saucers & Glasses
  • Coffee/Tea/Milk/Sugar on arrival
  • Western Bedding
  • Japanese Bedding
  • All Ensuite
  • Closets
  • Hangers
  • Alarm Clock
  • Table & Chair
  • Shower
  • Bathtub (some rooms)
  • Japanese Washlet Toilet
  • Towels
  • Body Soap
  • Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Hair Dryer

Kiroro Tribute Portfolio Hotel


Ranging between 30 and 35 square meters, the standard room at the Kiroro Portfolio Tribute sleeps two guests in two single beds. There is a flat-screen TV and a workspace with desk and chair where a laptop can be charged and used, a mini-fridge and a kettle with some teas and bottled water awaiting you when you arrive. En-suite, the bathroom features a combination shower and bath, a washstand and toilet – with all the bathroom amenities you need provided.

2 Guests
2 Singles
En suite with bath


Boasting more space than the standard rooms with larger windows, the superior rooms sleep two guests in two single beds. There is a desk and chair set up as well as armchair and coffee table to allow for extra relaxing space. The window opens onto a private balcony space and overlooks the forests that surround Kiroro. There is a flat-screen TV, a mini-fridge, kettle and coffee machine with a selection of teas and coffees and bottled water provided when you arrive. E-Suite, the bathroom features a combination shower and bath, a washstand and toilet.

2 Guests
2 Singles
En suite with bath


Up to three guests sleep in single beds in the superior triple room. There is a sofa alcove with coffee table taking advantage of the room’s recessed window space, a flat-screen TV and desk space with a chair. Kitchen-wise the hotel provides a mini-fridge, electric kettle and coffee maker along with tea, coffee and bottled water for your arrival. En-suite, the bathroom has a combined shower and bath as well as a washstand and separate toilet.

3 Guests
3 Singles
En suite with bath


Spanning a generous 50-60 square metres, the Deluxe rooms offer room for up to three guests in total. Two sleep in either one king double or two single beds arranged to need. The bed area has a seating alcove with coffee table, and the room is partitioned with a clever table/dresser with a sofa and living space on one side, and bed space on the other (the TV is on a turning stand and can face either way). The room comes with a mini-fridge, electric kettle, and coffee maker, as well as some welcome drinks. En-suite the bathroom features combination bathtub and shower, a washstand and your own toilet, as well as all necessary amenities.

3 Guests
1 King Double or 2 Singles, 1 Sofa Bed
En suite with bath


With one king-double bed to share between two guests, the Deluxe with View Bathroom offers a great space for couples. There is a seating alcove with armchairs and coffee table , a dresser with a flat-screen TV, desk space and chair, and basic hotel kitchen amenities – a kettle, coffee machine, mini-fridge and welcome drinks. The highlight is a bathtub with views of the forests and mountains that surround the Kiroro Portfolio Tribute hotel. Besides this bath, there is a separate shower, washstand and toilet in the en-suite bathroom.

2 Guests
1 King double
En suite with bath


The oriental suite mixes East and West with a western-style living area, and a Japanese style bedroom with sliding door to separate the two spaces. The bedroom uses western bedding, sleeping two guests in one king double bed. This room also offers closet storage, bedside tables, and Japanese-style paper screens to add to the traditional feel. The living area is carpeted with sofa seating, coffee table, a dresser and desk space with a chair for any work that needs to be done. En-suite the bathroom features a bath, shower, toilet, and washstand.

3 Guests
1 King Double
En suite with bath


Try the traditional Japanese style of bedding with futon beds laid out on the tatami straw-mat flooring in this Japanese suite. The tatami room features traditional floor furniture, including a table and chairs. The futon bedding can be packed away to make use of the room in the daytime. Separated by a sliding door, the main living space has a sofa with coffee table, flat-screen TV, basic hotel kitchen amenities and a desk with chair for any study or work.

3 Guests
2-3 Single Futons
En suite with bath


The Junior Suite provides plenty of space, with two guests sleeping in either two twin beds or one king double. The bedroom itself has a seating alcove, a flat-screen TV, storage and floor space galore. Connected to it is your own private living space with sofa seating and a low coffee table, as well as a dining table with chairs. There is another flat-screen TV, a desk with chair for seating and study and windows in both rooms showcasing views of Kiroro’s forests and mountains. En-suite, the bathroom features two washstands, a bath, shower and separate toilet.

2 Guests (4 Max)
1 King Double or 2 Singles
En suite with bath
68 – 84m²


The star of the show, the Kiroro Suite offers everything you could need from hotel comfort and luxury. Up to three guests stay in two single beds or one king double, according to your needs. The bedroom features its own sofa seating area, and windows looking out towards the mountains. There is a separate living area with decorative wood ceilings, a dining and lounge suite as well as an additional sofa recessed into the wall. The en-suite bathroom has gorgeous faux-marble finishes throughout with a separate toilet, and feature Jacuzzi bath to enjoy as well as all the standard amenities supplied.

2 Guests (3 Max)
1 King Double or 2 Singles
En suite with bath


The grandest of them all, the Mountain Suite features completely separate bedroom and living areas with up to four guests sleeping in four single beds in the bedroom area. The bedroom has its own closets, seating alcove and desk space. The living room offers a spacious sofa suite with a coffee table overlooking a giant flat-screen TV. There is a dining table with seating for six guests, as well as a mini-bar area with sink, glasses and basic hotel amenities such as a mini-fridge, kettle and coffee maker. The en-suite bathroom features not only a shower, washstands and toilet, but a feature jacuzzi-style tub built into the natural recesses of the building, and offering views of the mountains and valleys of Kiroro beyond.

4 Guests
4 Singles
En suite with bath

Kiroro Tribute Portfolio Hotel


The Kiroro Tribute Portfolio is a classic Japanese resort setup, with a massive hotel building and complex nestled in the middle of the wilderness. There’s no local village offering restaurants or cultural experiences, but in exchange, the hotel strives to have everything you need on-site: pool and gym, a host of dining options and shopping.


The hotel is around a short, 7 minute walk away from the ski lift area itself. For many, however, this distance is just that little bit too inconvenient when carrying ski equipment, so the free shuttle bus is recommended.


Kiroro’s on-site options cover a good selection of Japanese cuisine styles, buffets and a range of budgets too. Try “Yanshu” grill for fresh seafood and local meats cooked over coals. Be sure to book your tables at reception as Kiroro Tribute Portfolio’s guests will all have the same options as you.

Need to Know

  • Extra futon/bedding available
  • Baby Cot, Highchair available
  • Children aged 4-6 stay for reduced free in existing bedding
  • Children aged 3 and under free in existing bedding
  • Minimum Stay: None
  • Check-in time: 3pm
  • Check-out time: 12pm
  • We offer the best rates online
  • Rates include Government tax and services (other websites add this on at the end of the booking)
  • Rates quoted in JPY Japanese Yen
  • 50% deposit due at time of booking
  • 50% balance due 60 days before arrival
  • Pay by credit card / PayPal / bank transfer
  • See our full terms and conditions

Please note all information provided is representative and subject to change. If there are features or services that are imperative to your stay, please contact us before booking.


  1. Avatar for Tommy C

    Tommy C

    Peaceful Retreat in Winter Wonderland
    Our first family trip to the snows at Kiroro. Love the high ceiling during arrival and have selected 3 single bed rooms, the room where huge. Snow surround the hotel is lovely. Buffet speard is good and tasty both Breakfast and Dinner. Wife and 5 year old daughter has a blast in the Playground at the back of the resort with slides and snow activities. 5 mins Free Bus ride to Kiroro Ski Resort. Lovely Onsen , enjoyment of hot spring with winter snow falling on head, great combination. Staff are polite and attentive.

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 19 March 2018

    Stayed in February 2018

  2. Avatar for Billyroo


    Stayed here to ski for 3 nights wow what a place. Amazing winter wonderland, large room with balcony with stunning views of the trees and snow. The hot onsen was amazing especially the mineral one set outside to sit in a 41 degrees hot pool while snow falls was quite an experience and a great relief after 6 hours of skiing. The buffet breakfast was delicious with a huge variety and selection of foods and drinks. The dining options good although a little expensive like all ski resorts but the food was top notch. Best part of this exerience was the staff from checkin to checkout very attentive! As we couldn’t speak more than the basic Thankyou in Japanese we loved the fact that a large proportion of the staff were Indonesian from the Bandung (Java ) school of international language working as part of their degrees and as we are fairly fluent in Bahasa it was great to communicate in both English and Bahasa ! a credit to the hotel as their friendliness and desire to please is undeniable! Loved this amazing hotel!

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 28 February 2018

    Stayed in January 2018

  3. Avatar for geterd0ne


    Better Than the Sheraton
    A nice hotel that succeeds in comparison to the grand resorts at other famous ski towns in the USA or EU. Never waited more than 5 min for the 2 min ride to the lifts. Free breakfast buffet for all guests was well stocked with a “Westerner” and “Asian” side depending on your preference. Free indoor pool area was impressive.

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 17 February 2018

    Stayed in February 2018

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