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New Furano Prince Hotel

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Furano is a spectacular all-season resort surrounded by the magnificent nature of Hokkaido.New Furano Prince Hotel is an outstanding new travel destination for outdoor sports activities and base of sightseeing.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Golf course
Hot Tub
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Self-Serve Laundry
Shuttle Bus Service
Ski-In / Ski-Out
Wheelchair Access
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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It is an older hotel and rooms are small typical of Japanese hotels. The restaurants are nothing to write home about and breakfast is like a busy school canteen. Onsen is nice but super busy! Having said all this, you do get very convenient ski in/ski out facilities; your own
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The New Furano Prince is not near all of the restaurants and activity which are a bus ride away on the other side of the resort. It does have an absolutely lovely "wintery" shopping path with a bar and restaurant. Very lovely at night to walk around. Also there are some
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Having been few times in Niseko, finally we can have a chance to try something new this time. We choose New Furano Prince hotel is definitely right choice. Ski resort on this side of mountain opens earlier than Furano Prince hotel side. Ski locker is provided for each room which
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5200 yen per person. Given a plastic partitioned tray instead of a plate. Unsophisticated choice of dishes very similar to the hotel breakfast buffet at Villa Fontaine in Tokyo. The best on offer were some crab legs and sushi. Far better dinner options available in other parts
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Stayed one night at New Furano Prince Hotel and had baked milk at Ningle Terrace. Went for buffet dinner with good offering - crab legs, ramen, hand made sushi, curry rice, roast beef, various dishes, fruits and drinks. Went for onsen to relax.
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Sorry my family had a car throughout our trip. Hence I did not take the buses in Furano and am not able to help with your question.
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Yes, the lift passes are sold on the 2/F inside the hotel
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How do I book the ski? Is there a package for 3d2n stay?
I suggest you contact the hotel.
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We chose to stay at the New Furano Prince, as it's fairly conveniently located (not so far from town). The room was really small (for 3 people) but the view was terrific. There are staff every where and they're quick to help. The ski-lift tickets are just a little dearer than Tomamu. Furano Prince offer 23 great slopes (from beginners to advanced) for 2 zones (Furano and Kitanomine). We didn't have to wait for ski-lifts and the slopes weren't crowded (we stayed during the week). Most of the slopes are for an intermediate level. Furano has many choices for different styles of restaurants (the food was good), a bakery and a great cafe that serves a decent coffee. It's easy to change your brekkie tickets to use at other places. We heard Tomamu Resort was crowded, so we didn't stay there. After all, Furano Prince is just as crowded ... Next time ... we'll try elsewhere ... somewhere smaller and cozy (and cheaper to stay)! It's easy to drive to the slopes each day ... that way we can choose different places.
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"ask for non-smoking"
"Choose a non smoking room if you don't. My family smokes and the entire floor smells like an ashtray"
"A room with a view of the ski slopes"
"A higher room has a better view ..."
"Our rooms face the Furano ski zone and has wonderful mountain scenery"
US$137 - US$585 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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