SHERATON KIRORO HOKKAIDO RESORT

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Kiroro – Hotel
1 Bedroom

The Sheraton is Kiroro’s premium ski-in/ski-out hotel right on the slopes.

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Like any resort location in the world, ski-in / ski-out accommodation is a luxury that absolutely improves the whole holiday for those lucky enough to experience it. Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort (previously know as the Mountain Hotel), is Kiroro’s prime accommodation option for this feature, and a large number of the hotel’s suites and guestrooms even look out onto the mountains and ski slopes themselves.

Sleeps: 2 guests (4 max)
Size: 22 – 96m²
Built: 1990s

Sheraton Kiroro Hokkaido Resort
Overview

Ski-In/Ski-Out
Mountain Views
Ski-Slope Views
Family/Kid Friendly
24-Hour Reception
Ski Locker / Drying Room
Onsite Ski Rental
Onsite Ski Shop

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

Stone Sauna
Gym
Pool
Business/Conference Centre
Coin Laundry
On Inter-resort Bus Route
Free Parking

Sheraton Kiroro Hokkaido Resort Dining Area | Kiroro

Rather than the racing heights and dominant presence of some of the areas other large hotel developments, Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort blends naturally into its surroundings by keeping to a modest 5 stories in height. Despite this, the hotel has 140 rooms that offer all sorts of different sleeping arrangements, and with the Kiroro Resort Centre located right next door, many of the ski resorts other facilities are readily available to guests. Most predominantly, these include an après bar and a day care centre for kids. In addition, guests at the Sheraton can access the large and very popular bathhouse at Kiroro for free.

An upscale and recently refurbished restaurant named the Rivièrouge is the Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort’s dining option, and offers a varied buffet as well as a satisfying and mixed breakfast. Non-ski facilities here are somewhat limited, but with the slopes of Kiroro’s stunning ski resort so conveniently placed on the doorstep (literally!), many groups and families who stay at this hotel are interested in little else than spending time on the mountain.

Four basic room options are available at this hotel. The Deluxe Room sleeps 2, set-up either with a King or two twin Single (Western style) beds. The Superior Room sleeps 3 with the addition of a window-sofa bed, whilst the Suite Room includes a King size and two Twin Singles to sleep a total of 4. For something a little more authentic, guests can book the Superior Japanese Room, which sleeps 4 set-up with Tatami sleeping arrangements. This includes futon bedding laid out directly onto woven bamboo matting, and is a traditional way to enjoy Japanese hospitality.

Sheraton Kiroro Hokkaido Resort
Features

COMFORT / CONVENIENCE
  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Centralised Heating
  • Mountain Views
  • Ski Hill Views
  • Forest Views
  • Traditional Tatami room
  • Phone (free local calls)
  • In-Room Safe
  • Slippers
  • Japanese Robe
  • Ski Storage
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Business/workspace
INTERNET / ENTERTAINMENT
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Plasma/LCD TV
  • Cable/Satellite TV
KITCHEN / DINING
  • Mini Fridge
  • Electric Kettle
  • Coffee/Tea/Water on arrival
BEDROOMS
  • Western Bedding
  • Japanese Bedding
  • All Ensuite
  • Closets
  • Hangers
  • Bedstands
  • Alarm Clock
  • Desk & Chair
BATHROOMS
  • Unit Shower & Bath
  • Japanese Washlet Toilet
  • Towels
  • Body Soap
  • Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Hair Dryer
  • Public Onsen Available

Sheraton Kiroro Hokkaido Resort
Rooms

ONE BEDROOM - DELUXE

The deluxe rooms are the basic available room type at the Sheraton. Two guests can sleep in either one king double bed or two singles, arranged according to your needs. There is a flat-screen TV and a dresser, closet storage space, a desk and a chair for a study nook and an armchair by the window where you can enjoy views of the snowy mountains. En-suite, the bathroom has a
toilet, washstand, combined bath and shower with two showerheads.

2 Guests
1 King Double or 2 Singles
En suite with bath
22-31m²

ONE BEDROOM - SUPERIOR

The superior rooms are slightly larger than the deluxe, with room enough for three guests. Two sleep in existing beds with either one king double or two singles as the arrangement, while a third guest sleeps in a foldaway bed that can be arranged in the window alcove. There is a desk with chair making up a study space, a flat-screen TV, closet and hanging space, and an en-suite bathroom with separate toilet and unit bath/shower.

2 Guests (3 Max)
1 King Double or 2 Singles, 1 Rollaway Bed
En suite with bath
31-39m²

ONE BEDROOM - SUPERIOR JAPANESE

Up to four guests can stay in this traditional Japanese-style room. The room has Japanese tatami straw mat flooring and Japanese style floor-level furniture. The room is set with a living room and four chairs, which are put away into the closet when it’s time to sleep and replaced with up to four single futon beds. This double use of space gives you more functionality in your room. There is a flat-screen TV, a mini-fridge, and kettle, windows with views towards either the mountains or the forests of Kiroro. En-suite, the bathroom features one combined bath/shower, a toilet, and washstand.

2 Guests (4 Max)
2-4 Single Futons
En suite with bath
39m²

ONE BEDROOM SUITE

The suite gives you all you need in terms of space with separate bedroom and living room. In the bedroom, two guests sleep on existing bedding with either one king double bed or two single beds to serve your needs. One additional guest sleeps on the sleeper sofa in the living room, and another additional guest can sleep on a rollaway bed. In the living room, there is a sofa suite, a desk with chair to form a modest workspace, a mini-fridge and electric kettle with some tea and coffee available on arrival. The en-suite bathroom features a separate shower and bathtub, washstand and a toilet.

2 Guests (4 Max)
1 King Double or 2 Singles, Sleeper Sofa & Rollaway
En suite with bath
57-96m²

Sheraton Kiroro Hokkaido Resort
Location

SETTING / ATMOSPHERE

Less than a 90-minute drive from Sapporo’s New Chitose international airport, and only a 40-minute drive from the beautiful town of Otaru, Kiroro is a stunning ski area nestled within the mountains of Hokkaido’s wild backcountry. Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort’s location couldn’t be positioned in a better spot within the resort area – with direct ski-in / ski-out access from the beautiful slopes of Kiroro’s stunning ski zones.

LIFTS / TRANSPORT

There’s no competing with a hotel built right on the ski slopes, and Sheraton delivers with location. The ski resort’s Mountain Center connects directly to the Sheraton lobby, with hotel guest ski lockers opening directly onto the slopes. A regular bus shuttle connects the Sheraton to the Kiroro Tribute, should you want to enjoy some of the facilities and restaurants at the neighbouring hotel. Otherwise, it is a 40-minute drive into Otaru town and roughly 90 minutes’ drive to the airport.

RESTAURANTS / BARS

As Kiroro is set right in the middle of the mountains, there aren’t many options for dining outside of what the Sheraton and Kiroro Tribute Portfolio offer. On the upside they offer a lot, with a wide range of Japanese cuisine options covered. Be sure to book ahead via your front desk staff to avoid disappointment.

Need to Know

  • Extra futon/bedding Available
  • Baby Cot Available
  • Children aged 6+ count as adults
  • Children aged 5 and under stay for 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.

4 reviews for SHERATON KIRORO HOKKAIDO RESORT

  1. HakodateDreaming

    We have stayed at the Sheraton Kiroro now four times. We find it to be good value if you are a SPG member and are traveling to Hokkaido during peak season (for us it is during the Lunar New Year holidays.)

    Pros:
    –Ski-in and Ski-out
    –Free Lockers in the basement of the hotel
    –Easy Access to the Tribute which is bigger, more kid-friendly and has more restaurant selections

    Cons:
    –Rooms are small (As an SPG Member, we are actually agnostic about the Sheraton or the Tribute, however, despite the larger rooms at the Tribute, with 2 young kids, we choose to stay at the Sheraton for the convenience).
    –Restaurant selection is limited. (Again, we are aware of this shortcoming so we just dine at the Tribute. For breakfast, the buffet suffices. For lunch, we are usually just grabbing a quick bit to eat anyway, in between morning and afternoon ski sessions.)

    I’d say that you should go to the Sheraton with managed expectations. To get the most out of the resort, you should also consider the amenities at the Tribute. (There is a free shuttle bus between the 2 properties that run every 10-15 minutes.)

    My family has been going since 2016 and just recently returned from a trip in Feb 2018.

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 18 February 2018

    Stayed in February 2018

  2. HakodateDreaming

    We have stayed at the Sheraton Kiroro now four times. We find it to be good value if you are a SPG member and are traveling to Hokkaido during peak season (for us it is during the Lunar New Year holidays.)

    Pros:
    –Ski-in and Ski-out
    –Free Lockers in the basement of the hotel
    –Easy Access to the Tribute which is bigger, more kid-friendly and has more restaurant selections

    Cons:
    –Rooms are small (As an SPG Member, we are actually agnostic about the Sheraton or the Tribute, however, despite the larger rooms at the Tribute, with 2 young kids, we choose to stay at the Sheraton for the convenience).
    –Restaurant selection is limited. (Again, we are aware of this shortcoming so we just dine at the Tribute. For breakfast, the buffet suffices. For lunch, we are usually just grabbing a quick bit to eat anyway, in between morning and afternoon ski sessions.)

    I’d say that you should go to the Sheraton with managed expectations. To get the most out of the resort, you should also consider the amenities at the Tribute. (There is a free shuttle bus between the 2 properties that run every 10-15 minutes.)

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 18 February 2018

    Stayed in February 2018

  3. Nphong

    Great ski escape with family.
    We stayed in Suite for 4 nights and this is first Ski trip for my 6-year-old son. He loves the room (very big room with free handy phone). The breakfast is good (esp the bread, cheese, and hot dishes). We really enjoy the powder and facilities.

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 29 January 2018

    Stayed in December 2017

  4. Robert B

    Lots of perfect snow & perfect stay
    We had a great time at Sheraton, we enjoyed the food a lot. Especially the Japanese at the wonderful restaurant in the first floor. The staff was very friendly and always served us with a smile. It was very convenient to stay directly at the skiing slope, no preparation & transportation hastle.

    Tripadvisor Reviewed on 3 January 2018

    Stayed in January 2018

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