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Ski resorts that have good restaurants, good gear, and nice service are hard to find. This one fits all of the categories. There are a lot of things that make this place quality. When you first walk in, there will always be someone who can...More
Visited and stayed during Dec 17,first time enjoy fire works during the Christmas time in the snow mountain. Room view is amazing as is direct look out to the skiing park. Kids enjoy playing in Pandaruman adventure park with daily ticket purchase. Skiing equipment renting...More
Visited in Dec 17 and stayed in March 2018
In December, our visit to Naeba Prince was to solely visit the Dragondola and to take the snow CAT to it. It is a fantastic way to get it to it.
As we are not living...More
Good slopes, plenty of food option (both high and low), ok breakfast buffet, a few shops selling ski stuff, minimart & gift shop, a small onsen, good ski school, kids area with rides & snowmobiles.
Hotel is dated, room showing wear and tear,...More
My family & I stayed for 6 days during the Christmas period 2017. We arrived Toyko in the afternoon and stayed at Shinagawa Prince hotel overnight for the direct bus the next morning. The Shinagawa Price hotel was across the road from the JR station....More
With its prime position next to the ski lifts in the enormously popular ski resort of Naeba, the hotel has everything a winter sports lover could want and more. In the summer, the hotel transforms into the perfect …Moreresort for warm weather activities including golf and tennis. The Naeba Prince Hotel offers a total of 1,782 rooms. It also provides a dazzling array of restaurants and bars featuring everything from French and Italian cuisine to authentic Japanese and Chinese dishes. Less
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Mikuni? It's a long walk out in the snow. Most restaurants are small so either go early or late. You would have to speak Japanese to make reservations. If you're not fussy there are quite a few options even if one restaurant... More
Mikuni? It's a long walk out in the snow. Most restaurants are small so either go early or late. You would have to speak Japanese to make reservations. If you're not fussy there are quite a few options even if one restaurant is full