The three Prince Hotels offer guests an abundance of facilities spread over the different hotels. The East Building, features spacious rooms all overlooking the ski hill. The South Building, with its casual atmosphere allows guests to jump on the gondola direct from the hotel. The West Building, with its reasonably-priced accommodation, where self-service is the order of the day and families or groups can kick back and relax. A shuttle service is available to transport guests between the different restaurants, night skiing and hotsprings.
Special offers are subject to availability and may change without notice. Offers cannot be combined. Free day lift passes are valid at Yakebitaiyama ski area only.
While guests can enjoy most facilities found at each of the three properties, some facilities are restricted to hotel guests only. A shuttle service is available to transport guest between the properties. The West Building offers a Footcare salon and a souvenir shop. The West Building guests (only) can enjoy the open air bath for a perfect end to a big day up on the mountain. Please note that this is not a hotspring.
All rooms feature Japanese bathrobes, phone, TV, private ensuite, small fridge and tea and coffee facilities. With a range of standard twin rooms, family rooms and deluxe suites, there is something to suite everyone. The standard rooms are compact and the deluxe rooms are spacious.
West Building - The West Building offers reasonably priced accommodation with a self-service slant. There are rooms where your family or friends can take it easy and relax, as well as a number of facilities to help you enjoy your après-ski time.
East Building - The East Building, in an ideal location with every room offering a view of the ski slopes. It provides great service and an elegant atmosphere.
South Building - The South Building, with its casual atmosphere, is perfect for active skiers and snowboarders. It offers budget accommodation with compact rooms. From the building, you can directly take the No. 2 Gondola.
Main Dining Room, East Building – open for breakfast, lunch and dinner offering a choice of Japanese and Western cuisine. It is popular for its Italian cuisine and its shabu-shabu.
Bar Salt Lake, East Building – a perfect option for an apres ski cocktail.
Dining Room, South Building – open for breakfast and dinner with a buffet offering western and Japanese options.
Restaurant Mizubasho, South Building – open for dinner with its Japanese and western buffet.
Restaurant Westside, West Building – a casual option open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Chinese Restaurant Shishi, next to West Building – this is a skiers restaurant during the day and an evening menu of Chinese cuisine.
Ramen Corner, next to West Building – a popular lunch time noodle shop.
Izakaya After, South Building – a good lunch and dinner option for Japanese food and local sake.