With the Australian winter already mid-way, YTL Hotels is encouraging Australian ski bunnies to start planning their next snow adventure to Niseko Japan, with 15 per cent off a weeklong stay at the Green Leaf Niseko Village. They are also offering 50 per cent off all ski equipment rentals and a complimentary Niseko Village lift pass for children under 18 years old for the duration of their stay.
The week-long package, which is available for booking before 31 August and for travel between 1 December 2012 and 31 March 2013, includes accommodation, daily breakfast, return airport transfers by coach and 50 per cent off all ski equipment rentals.
Located in Hokkaido, the northern most island of Japan, Niseko is a popular destination for intrepid Australians skiers who love the vastly different, powder-like snow and relatively close proximity to home.
Impressive snow fall, challenging slopes with great visibility and relaxing Japanese onsens (hot springs) makes a stay at Niseko Village a fantastic mix of adventure and indulgence.
The Green Leaf Niseko Village features 200 guest rooms and suites with many providing breathtaking views of Mount Yotei.
Interconnecting rooms, an uncommon feature in Japan, connect the 96 Deluxe King rooms and the Deluxe Twin rooms and offer an ideal setting for families with children. Complimentary Wi-Fi is offered throughout the resort.
A key feature of the resort, which was refurbished in 2010, is the superb ski-in, ski-out facilities which provide quick and convenient access to what is highly regarded as the finest alpine terrain in the world with its pristine alpine slopes and 15 metres of annual snowfall.
Price is approximately AUD$213 (JPY17,171) for two people per night for seven nights.
Bookings for this package are open until 31 August 2012 and are for travel between 1 December 2012 and 31 March 2013. Contact: YTL Hotels Travel Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free 0011 800 9899 9999
*Price is subject to prevailing rate of exchange. Rate excludes onsen tax of JPY150 (AUD$1.85) per person per night.
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