Deep Tracks is an apartment complex located just 200m from the Hirafu Gondola. With options of 1-bedroom or 2-bedroom apartments, the property is suitable for couples or smaller families or groups.
The block was built in 2004, yet still holds its own against lots of quality accommodation in the village. The apartments are fully equipped for self-catering and feature all the amenities you’ll need for the perfect power holiday.
All apartments feature fully appointed kitchens, as well as living areas fitted with flat screen TVs that have satellite connection with English-language channels, plus DVD player, CD, and wireless internet connection.
The basement has a shared laundry with washing machine and dryer, and a secure ski and snowboard storage facility and drying room that has a tuning bench and equipment.
Deep Tracks Accommodation
Deep Tracks consists of four 1-bedroom and four 2-bedroom apartments. The 1-bedroom apartments are ideal for couples that want a little more space, or friends travelling together. They feature a king bed that can be split into two singles as well as a sofa bed in the lounge room for a third guest.
2-bedroom apartments will sleep up to six guests, with bedding comprising of a king bed in the first bedroom that can be split into two singles if needed, twin bedding in the second bedroom, and two futon (Japanese-style mattress) in the lounge area.
Each apartment has one bathroom per bedroom, and all apartments feature fully equipped kitchens.
Deep Tracks Location
Deep Tracks apartments are located just 200m from the Hirafu Gondola station, making it an ideal location for powder fiends who want to be first in line for fresh tracks every day. For those wanting to head to Annupuri and Niseko Village/Higashiyama there is a bus stop across the road for the Niseko United Shuttle service.
It’ll take you about 10-15 minutes to walk into the centre of the village, but the free village shuttle stops nearby at the Gondola so you can head up there for a quick lift in.
Most of Hirafu’s dining options are in the centre of the village, but there are a few within walking distance of the apartments. Across the road in the Landmark Views building is Landmark Café, and just up the road towards the Welcome Centre is quaint little izakaya (Japanese-style tapas) Kakashi. Down the other way, towards the main road through Hirafu, you’ll find the Shiki Niseko building which houses A-Bu-Cha sweets and the Niseko Deli & Supermarket, as well as restaurants Iki and the award-winning Kamimura.