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Mominoki Hotel

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Mominoki Hotel Review

Mominoki Hotel is centrally located just a few minutes walk to the Happo chair lifts. The hotel has excellent facilities including spacious lounge areas with an open fireplace. There is a buffet restaurant and an a la Carte restaurant as well. The hotel has an English style pub located separately. The hotel boasts its own indoor and outdoor natural hot springs

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Mominoki Hotel Features

Hotel

Mominoki is a very prestigious property and caters to those who want a high standard of accommodation and service. The hotel has a beautiful lobby with open fireplace and lounge area to relax in and take in the mountains. The interior of the hotel have been superbly furnished and provide guests with complete comfort and elegance. Guests have the opportunity to choose between two restaurants and the food can only be described as being excellent, with both buffet and a la Carte styles and with a wide selection of international wines to choose from. Highly recommended. Other superior features of the hotel include an indoor and outdoor natural hot springs and sauna, coffee shop, lounge and bar, ski and snowboard rentals with demo equipment hire, souvenir and boutique shopping, shuttle bus services to various ski resorts, in house massage services and in house concierge desk.

Rooms

Mominoki offers its guests a very high standard of accommodation, with spacious, comfortable rooms that cater towards those who want just a little more than a room to relax in. Most of the rooms enjoy great views of the surrounding mountains and alpine vistas.  Rooms include WiFi, TV with satellite, DVD player and CD player (for family rooms and up).

Location

Mominoki is one of the premier hotels in Hakuba, noted for its luxuriousness and location, directly at the base of the mountain and only 3 minutes walk to Kokusai lift which was the finish point of the men’s downhill events during the 1998 Winter Olympic Games.