Arriving into Tokyo it is approximately 5 hours by coach and or train to the Hakuba Valley. Hotel De Laile is a smaller hotel located in Hakuba’s Wadano area and with its enviable position is virtually ski-in ski-out with a 3-minute ski or walk to the Sakka Ski Lifts. You can access all of the Happo-one slopes using the Sakka lifts. Guests staying at Hotel De Laile will enjoy the mountain views as well as being enchanted by the natural beauty of the surrounding forest.
Hotel De Laile is well suited to groups with the hotel’s friendly and welcoming staff ensuring a genuine experience of Japanese hospitality. The inhouse restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. The breakfast buffet includes both Western and Japanese options with Japanese daily specials available for dinner. Accommodation consists of both Western and Wa-Yo style rooms, featuring cosy but simple décor and can accommodate two to four people. All rooms include air conditioning, a mini fridge, kettle and LCD TV. The hotel has an elevator plus indoor and outdoor onsens and sauna ideal for a relaxing soak after an energetic day on the slopes. Guests can access WiFi and use the hotel’s drying room and free washing machine.
Located in the Wadano area you have several restaurants and a Spicy Rental ski store nearby. If you are looking for a day off the slopes consider joining a tour that includes an easy hike to visit the Japanese Macques (snow monkeys), as well as visiting a temple and cultural sites. Whilst in the Hakuba Valley you can try your hand at Karaoke, maybe experience the magic of a drumming show or check out the majestic Olympic Ski Jumping Stadium built for the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. What are you waiting for give us a call to start planning your Japanese adventure?