Mt Yotei Villa 1717
Designed by renowned architects from Niseko Projects, Chalet 1717 is a fine example of local talent credited with building some of the area’s best chalets and hotels. The chalet lies ensconced within a silver birch forest, in tranquil Soga near Niseko Village. An oasis of calm, it allows you to escape the frenzy of the slopes and retreat to your peaceful holiday home at the end of an exhilarating day. Modern cubist design meets trendy interiors at Chalet 1717, located in peaceful Sogaclose to Niseko’s famed ski slopes yet blissfully cocooned within a forest. High ceilings and double-storey windows could earn it a place in any interior design magazine. It is remarkable how inviting this mountain lodge is, with wooden accents, stunning viewsand a bunk bedroom for four. The newly built Chalet 1717 epitomises stylish living, withcleverly designed features such as a covered car parking space and glass walls. The house can accommodate up to eight guests within its three rooms.
The chalet shouts modern Japanese design aesthetics with double-height ceilings in the living area and glass walls on two sides. An enchanting atmosphere is created, allowing you to enjoy unlimited views of the surrounding forest through the gigantic windows, while you’re kept warm by the fire place and the enveloping aura of the chalet.
- Spacious ensuite bathroom with a shower area
- Queen-size bed with crisp linen
- Large window looking out beyond a balcony
- Ample closet space
- Original artwork, feature wall and beautiful stylish finish
- Queen-size bed
- Spacious room with large window feature wall and artwork
- A large bathroom shared with the bunk room
- Ample closet space
- Large, wooden bunk beds, sleeping four
- Ideal for young adults and kids
- Television, board games and bean bags
- Beautiful finish with bright tones
- Shared large bathroom
- Spacious and stylish open-plan living room
- Double-height windows with forest views
- Dining table seating 8
- Open kitchen with 4 bar stools around a kitchen island
- Multi-storey format
- 2 bathrooms
- Chalet 1717 is self-catering. With a gorgeous fully equipped modern kitchen at your disposal, you will be tempted to stir up your favourite dishes or perhaps something for the little ones
- If you’re not in the mood to cook, set up a Niseko Gourmet dinner in your chalet. Sit back and relax as a master chef cooks up a storm within your holiday home and serves you delectable meals including a live display of handmade sushi or an intimate sashimi, tempura & soba noodle experience. Extravagant five or seven-course dinners for adults and two-course dinners for children can also be prepared.
- If you feel like heading out, you’ll be spoilt for choice with some of the best restaurants in the area a stone’s throw away. Niseko has a flourishing food scene, with exciting bars, smart eateries and even some fabulous food trucks for a quick bite.
- WiFi broadband internet access
- iPod dock
- Apple TV
- Board games
- Chalet 1717 is an excellent choice for families with children due to its location and bunk bedroom
- Fun-filled activities such as tea ceremony demonstrations, sushi making lessons and traditional drumming lessons may be booked in advance.
- Chalet 1717 is a five-minute drive from Niseko Village and Annapuri ski resorts which offer fabulous restaurants, boutiques, and accessto ski slopes.
- Central heating
- Ski storage/dry room
- Washingmachine and tumble dryer
- Barbecue (extra)
Things To Do in All Year Round
- Meat lovers will appreciate the rare Kobebeef at Steak Rosso Rosso, and if you prefer seafood, we suggest trying out someof Hokkaido’s freshest catch at Ezo’s. A visit to one of Hirafu's two most famousrestaurants – Kamimura and Ichimura, both serving exceptional fine Japanesedining, should also be on your checklist.
- For a bespoke elevated dining experience, Niseko Gourmet can arrange for a special meal to be cooked in your own chalet by one of Japan’s finest chefs. From a traditional sushi bar to an intimate sukiyaki meal, this is indulgence to the next level. Gourmet food delivery and grocery shopping are also offered in case you prefer to self-cater.
- Hirafu has steadily built a reputation as one of Hokkaido's prime health andwellness destination. Yugokorotei Onsen is just around the corner and is considered by locals to be one of the best in the area orfurther afield, find Makkari Onsen with amazing Mount Yotei views
- For a night out around town, we suggest heading to cosmopolitan Hirafu Villageand sampling rare Japanese whiskies at Bar Gyu or the vast selection of Japanesecraft beers at Mick's. If you still have energy left, be sure to check out Wild Bill'sfor live music and late-night DJ sets
- For something more urban, Sapporo City is abuzz 24/7. Japan’s fifth largest cityis known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, ramen and great beer, as well as theannual snow festival in February featuring art and sculptures made of snow andice, including snow slides.
Things To Do in Winter
- Chalet 1717 is just a ten-minute drive from the ski lifts in Annupuri so getting onthe snow in the morning is a breeze. Niseko Village is also just around the cornerand is recommended for beginners. For advanced skiers, there are great powderlines early in the morning
- Offshore Snowboards is located a few kilometres away at Moiwa Ski Resort;these are the only snowboards designed, made and ridden in the Niseko area.The snowboards are handcrafted and works of art with a range to suiteverybody, the team there can also make you your very own custom board.
- Driving a snowmobile is an exhilarating way to explore Niseko's incrediblescenery
- For those slightly more adventurous, we can recommend Niseko'sspecialist mountain guides. Highly trained in rock climbing, ice climbing,mountaineering and off-piste skiing
Things To Do in Spring and Summer
- As the snow melts, the landscape explodes with wild flowers, making Niseko aperfect base for hiking. Enjoy the crisp clean air as you ramble across the moorsor climb Mount Yotei to enjoy a 360-degree panorama from the trail that windsaround the caldera.
- Autumn in Hokkaido is a special time, as the leaves change colours and coverthe countryside. The perfect time for a hike or drive to take some photos andcapture the unrivalled beauty of Hokkaido’s autumn leaves
- Play a round of golf while enjoying glorious scenery and spectacular views ofMount Yotei at Niseko Village Golf Course
- Treat the whole family to a day of fun at Pure at Niseko Village – a natureactivity centre with the longest zip line in Japan. You can also enjoy horse riding,panoramic views of Mount Yotei and the Niseko mountain range from a hot air balloon. The little ones will love ‘Pure’ Adventure the park’s newest attraction,which has an inflatable playground, filled with mazes and slides.
- Regularly hosting Japan's largest cycling race – the 'Tour de Hokkaido', Niseko isa popular cycling destination with a wide variety of trails suitable for all levels,including exhilarating downhill mountain trails via the gondola. Got somethingmore leisurely in mind? Quiet country lanes are ideal for gentle family biking
- Picturesque lakes and rivers make freshwater fishing, canyoning and raftingpopular summer pastimes. Shiribetsu River offers some of the best rafting in Asiaand you can expect stunning alpine scenery and crystal clear water.Alternatively, head to the nearby Shakotan Peninsula where sea kayaking revealsa magical ocean colour known as Shakotan blue.
3 Bedrooms | 375 per night - 775 per night +5.0% Tax
|Feb 1, 2024 - Feb 29, 2024
|650 per night
|5 nights min
|Mar 1, 2024 - Apr 14, 2024
|475 per night
|4 nights min
|Apr 15, 2024 - Nov 30, 2024
|375 per night
|3 nights min
|Dec 1, 2024 - Dec 20, 2024
|475 per night
|4 nights min
|Dec 21, 2024 - Jan 31, 2025
|775 per night
|7 nights min
An additional tax of 5.0% will be applied.