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HOTEL MONT BLANC HAKUBA GROUP HOTELS

Hotel Mont Blanc Hakuba and Hotel Sejour Mint are two different hotels, but they both belong to the same group. So if you can’t find reservation at one, you’ll be able easily secure a spot at the other.

Online Reservation
www.hakubacherry.com/

 

 

HOTEL MONT BLANC HAKUBA

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Shuttle access to Hakuba GoryuLift ticket delivery from 6amHealing quasi-natural hot spring
Address: 22200-8 Kamishiro, Hakuba
Web: www.hakubagoryu.net
Phone: +81-(0)261-75-2550
E-mail: info@hakubagoryu.net
English inquiries: djsoulza@msn.com

 

 

HOTEL SEJOUR MINT

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The quality you can expect from the group behind Hotel Mont Blanc Hakuba,  as recommended highly on TripAdvisor®Shuttle services to Hakuba Goryu, Cortina and Happo-OneDirect pick-up for snow monkey toursGreat selection of adjacent restaurants and bars

 

Address: 22201-68 Kamishiro, Hakuba
Web: http://hakubamint.jp/
Phone: +81-(0)261-75-3250
E-mail: info@hakubamint.jp

 

 

HOTEL HAKUBA GORYU

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Outdoor hot spring bathing and a range of classy, affordable Japanese-style rooms Larger rooms perfect for small groups and families, with party and function facilities

 

Hakuba Genryu-no-Yu Natural Hot Spring

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Soothe your aching muscles, and recharge for another powder session in Hakuba while enjoying the magni
Located inside Hotel Hakuba GoryuOpen 13:00-21:30 during winterAdmission: Adult ¥600, Child ¥400, Infant ¥100

 

Address: 21396 Kamishiro, Hakuba
Web: http://hotelhakubagoryu.jp/
Phone: +81-(0)261-75-2275
E-mail: yoyaku@hotelhakubagoryu.jp

Area Information

Nagano

| Temperature: 21


Nagano is known as one of Japan’s most popular snow holiday destinations that hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics game. It’s a landlocked prefecture that’s home to famous hot spring towns like Nozawa Onsen and the adorable hot-spring-loving snow monkeys.