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East Hirafu – Lodge
Private Bedrooms

Ramat Niseko ski lodge is a comfortable lodge located in the Izumikyo 2 precinct of Hirafu Village.

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Ramat Niseko ski lodge is located in the Izumikyo 2 precinct of Hirafu Village in Niseko. The lodge has a colonial appearance with large spacious bedrooms. The lodge offers common areas for people to sit back and relax or meet other travellers.

The lodge has plenty of facilities on offer, as well as friendly and accommodation staff making it the perfect home away from home. One of the highlights is the fantastic bar area with a free pool table and darts, and entertainment facilities including a huge TV with cable channels, internet, PS3 and Nintendo Wii to keep you entertained. The bar has three different beers on tap as well as a well-stocked liquor cabinet. They also offer bar snacks form 6-9pm daily. It’s a great place to hang out with new-found friends after a tiring day carving up the mountain.

The lodge offers a hearty breakfast daily, which is included in the price, that will certainly fill you up before you head out for the day. The breakfast selection includes eggs, cereals and muesli, porridge, yoghurt, fresh fruit, toast with a selection of spreads, and tea, coffee and juice. Evening meals are prepared on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, at an additional charge, and the menu ranges from Thai, to Mexican, DIY sushi (the staff will show you how!) and the good old lamb roast. The Ramat Niseko ski lodge also has a commercial grade kitchen for guests to cook up a storm.


Ramat Niseko Accommodation

Ramat Niseko offers many different accommodation options for singles or groups to suit any budget.
King and Twin rooms will both sleep up to three guests, and feature an ensuite bathroom, 32” flat screen TV, bar fridge and fantastic views of Mt Yotei. The King room has (as the name suggests) a king bed, and additional bedding can be added for a third guest. The Twin room has a queen and a single bed, and a sofa bed can be made up as well.

Quad rooms will sleep up to four guests and feature a sliding door that can separate the room into two. Like the King and Twin, they have an ensuite bathroom, 32” flat screen, bar fridge and some rooms have Mt Yotei views.

The apartment is self-contained and sleeps up to 6 guests in two bedrooms. One room features a queen bed that can be split into two singles, and the other room has a queen bunk bed. There’s also a sofa bed in the lounge. The apartment has a kitchenette and a dining area.

There are three bunk rooms, one for up to four guests, one for up to five guests and one that will sleep up to eight guests. The four and eight-person bunk rooms both have ensuite bathrooms, and the five-person bunk room has access to a shared bathroom just down the hall. All bunk rooms have guest lockers (you will need your own padlock though).


Ramat Niseko Location

Ramat Niseko is located in Izumikyo 2, which is in the East part of Hirafu Village. It’s a bit of a walk to get into town but only 100 meters from the free shuttle bus service taking you to in to town or up to the gondola within 10 minutes. The lodge offers a morning shuttle first thing so you can be first in line for the lifts, as well as a pickup service in the afternoon.

There’s a night-time shuttle into town at 6:30pm for dinner which includes a 10:30pm pickup and they’ll also do grocery runs into Kutchan. If you don’t want to go into town for dinner and it’s not a lodge dinner night, there are a few restaurants within walking distance.



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