Hakuba accommodation guide and bookings

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Show me the lot! All styles of accomm. Pros of ski in ski out accommodation •	Easy access to the ski resort you are based in. •	No time wasting catching shuttle buses •	Great if you have kids  Cons of ski in ski out •	Expensive  •	They book out early! •	You still need to catch a shuttle bus to get to the other resorts (there are 9 altogether) Luxury hotels Indulge!
Where to stay in Hakuba? It   is   not   important   to   pay   top   dollar   to   get   right   next   to   the   slopes   (see   text   panel   on   right)   since   there   are   9 ski resorts you can go to and there are shuttle buses to all of them. Look for a place close to the shuttle bus routes AND close to places to eat. Avoid   places   in   the   middle   of   nowhere   with   no   or   few   way   restaurants   or   bars   nearby   otherwise you   will   be   at   the   mercy   of   your   accommodation   owner.   The   Donguri   and   Ochikura   regions   spring to mind. Do not rely on getting a rental car because they can be hard to come by. If   you   are   going   to   be   staying   near   any   of   the   ski   resorts   besides   Happo   make   sure   you   are   close to   the   resort,   that   way   you   will   be   able   to   use   the   Hakuba   Valley   shuttle   bus   system    to   get   to   other resorts. Best locations: Happo near any of the slopes- easy access to all the resorts and lots of restaurants nearby Echoland and nearby Misolano for the same reason. 

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Where to stay in Hakuba? It   is   not   important   to   pay   top   dollar   to   get   right   next   to   the slopes   since   there   are   9   ski   resorts   and   you   will   still   need   to get the shuttle buses to all of the other ones. Look   for   a   place   close   to   the   shuttle   bus   routes   AND close to places to eat. Avoid   places   in   the   middle   of   nowhere   with   no   or   few way   restaurants   or   bars   nearby   otherwise   you   will   be at    the    mercy    of    your    accommodation    owner.    The Donguri   and   Ochikura   regions   spring   to   mind.   Do   not rely   on   getting   a   rental   car   because   they   can   be   hard to come by. If   you   are   going   to   be   staying   near   any   of   the   ski resorts   besides   Happo   make   sure   you   are   close   to   the resort,   that   way   you   will   be   able   to   use   the   Hakuba Valley shuttle bus system  to get to other resorts. Best locations: Happo   near   any   of   the   slopes-   easy   access   to   all   the resorts and lots of restaurants nearby Echoland and nearby Misolano for the same reason. 
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