Note: We were given a complimentary stay at this hotel
Park Hyatt offers a luxurious mountain resort set in picturesque Niseko. The five star property sits on prime real estate in the Hanazono area and boasts immaculate suites, unbeatable Mount Yotei views, delicious dining, and world class service. The rooms at Park Hyatt Niseko are modern and stylish with state of the art technology and a concentration on luxurious details.
Our family felt right at home in our 2 Twin Bed Mountain View Room complete with separate lounge area and dining table, decadent beds, and direct views of the gondola and beautiful mountain. The deep soaking bathtub is a highlight of the suite and we loved having plenty of space for a family of four.
Families will delight in the vast variety of activities available on Park Hyatt’s doorstep. The ski in ski out property is just steps from Hanazono’s gondola as well as all the facilities the area offers. A free shuttle ensures you have consistent access to the rest of Niseko’s world famous slopes and their efficient staff are on hand to assist with creating a perfect trip itinerary.
Dining options are plentiful at Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono. The vast and mouthwatering breakfast was an experience in itself featuring both western and Japanese options and we enjoyed a family dinner at Olivio, the perfect spot for authentic Italian fare during your stay. If you’re craving the perfect blend of luxury, adventure and culinary delights during your stay in Niseko look we highly recommend Park Hyatt for your next snowy ski getaway. An ideal choice for families or couples craving a memorable stay.
Set in the luxurious Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono, Olivio serves authentic Italian fare in a relaxed and cozy setting. We loved the stylish space, spectacular mountain views, and impeccable service. Olivio features an open kitchen, Mediterranean inspired design details, and beautiful windowsill tables overlooking Mount Yotei. The varied menu features fresh ingredients from Hokkaido crafted into delectable Italian cuisine.
Highlights included the creamy Caprese using Burrata Cheese, Tomatoes and Basil, the rich and flavourful “Trippa alla Fiorentina” using braised Hokkaido Beef Tripe and Parmesan Cheese, the crisp and fragrant Margherita Pizza, the tender “Polpo Arrostito” Roasted Octopus with Potato Puree and Garlic, and the juicy “Tagliata di Manzo” using Hokkaido Beef Sirloin, Rucola, Cherry Tomatoes and Parmesan Slices. They also feature a family friendly children’s menu which was a huge hit with our little ones. A must dine spot after a day of skiing in the Hanazono slopes and ideal for families visiting Niseko.