Hyatt has entered into a management agreement with Hokkaido Alpine Resort Management, an affiliate of LimeTree Capital, for a 91-room Hyatt House hotel in Niseko, Japan.
The upscale, extended stay hotel will be rebranded as Hyatt House Niseko on December 16th.
Situated in the very heart of Hirafu Village and within a short distance to Hirafu’s main ski lifts, Hyatt House Niseko will allow guests to easily access the area’s world-class powder snow and village attractions.
The Hyatt House brand is rooted in extensive consumer insights indicating that guests seek stylish, comfortable, seamless experiences that accommodate their lifestyles and familiar routines.
To embody this, the brand offers casual hospitality and purposeful service in a smartly designed, high-tech and contemporary environment.
“We are excited to introduce the Hyatt House brand to Niseko, which will become another quality addition to our growing Hyatt House hotel portfolio in Japan.
“It has been a remarkable journey for the Hyatt House brand, which announced its entry into the country last year with plans for Hyatt House Kanazawa.
“Niseko boasts exceptional skiing conditions with an average snowfall of 15 meters over a long 100 days per season,” said Asia Pacific group president David Udell, Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
“The Hyatt House brand will nicely align with the hotel accommodation travellers are looking for when they visit Niseko. Hyatt House Niseko will offer guests upscale, apartment-style accommodation in a comfortable setting tailored to their lifestyles and has all the conveniences of a home.”
The new Hyatt House Niseko will be comprised of 91 rooms, lobby lounge and bar, restaurant, and a fitness centre.
Situated at the centre of Hirafu Village, guests will have easy access to a number of traditional Japanese dining outlets, boutique shops and Hirafu’s main ski lifts.