Rusutsu Resort Hotel

Rusutsu Resort Hotel

Rusutsu Resort Hotel5/51
Rusutsu Resort Hotel5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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Rusutsu Resort Hotel

Rusutsu Resort Hotel

The Rusutsu Resort Hotel offers a variety of western-style and traditional Japanese-style hotel rooms (for 1 - 4 guests per room) at Rusutsu Japan. The Rusutsu Resort Hotel is a fabulous property for families, particularly for those with young children due to the Disney-esque décor and quirky amenities, and the convenient ski-in ski-out location.

Where is the Rusutsu Resort Hotel?

The hotel is located ski-in/ski-out at the Rusutsu ski resort on West Mountain. It provides direct access to the beginners’ slopes plus night skiing and the kids’ snow park.

AccommodationThere are 4 room types available at the Rusutsu Resort Hotel in varying standards ideal for 1 - 4 guests per room:

Junior Suites - Nth Wing (Max 4 guests)
Western-style beds
Private ensuite bathroom with shower & toilet
No extra bedding capacity

Deluxe Family Room - Nth Wing (Max 4 guests)
Western-style beds
Private ensuite bathroom with shower & toilet
No extra bedding capacity
Standard Family Room (Max 3-4 guests)
Three or four single beds in one room
Private ensuite bathroom with shower & toilet
No extra bedding capacity available
Japanese Room (Max 4 guests)
Japanese futon beds on tatami floor
Private ensuite bathroom with shower & toilet
No extra bedding possible
 All rooms have TV, telephone, a small fridge, electric kettle, safe, wifi access and hair dryer.

The hotel also provides a range of quality bathroom products including shampoo, conditioner & soaps.

FacilitiesThis is a large resort style hotel with an array of facilities. The hotel has an indoor Japanese bath house (onsen), a number of communal lounge areas including a reading room, and wifi access in most parts of the hotel.

For the kids there is an indoor wave pool and water slide, two games arcades as well as many Disney Land type features like the carousel, musical fountains and the singing tree.

For the big kids there is a day spa offering facial and body treatments as well as massage services.

There is ski storage, a ski rental shop, souvenir shops, indoor kids ski slope, coin-laundry, and free onsite parking.

Restaurants & Bars

You won't go hungry at the Rusutsu Resort Hotel with several up-market restaurants and an izakaya serving authentic Japanese cuisine and western fare.

If you need a quick fix for food, there are various cafes and fast food options in the hotel.

In addition to the hotel there are further up-market restaurant choices at the Rusutsu Tower plus several other private restaurants close to the hotel.

On the bar front, there is a sports bar (which also sells a selection of bar food) and an upscale cocktail bar.

But if nightlife is high on your agenda, this place is pretty family focussed and the bars generally close quite early.

Small Children & Extra Bedding
  • Infants 3 and under stay free in existing bedding however there may be an extra charge for a cot
  • 4-12 year old children must use existing bedding
  • Children over 12 are considered adults

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Rusutsu Resort Hotel Packages

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Rusutsu Resort Hotel Reviews

Totally Wacky, Exceptional Value & Perfect for Families

POWDERHOUNDS.COM22/05/2013
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Guest Type
    Couple
  • Guest Age
    36-50

Totally Wacky, Exceptional Value & Perfect for Families

POWDERHOUNDS.COM22/05/2013
Overall the hotel is totally wacky with weird paraphernalia and a touch of Disney Land built in. If you can live with this uniqueness, this is an absolutely fabulous place to stay. It’s particularly great for families (probably better than anything you will find in Niseko - certainly for the price).

The amenities contained within the large hotel are impressive, and the easy access to the slopes on West Mountain is a major plus (it takes a little while to get across to East Mountain).

SERVICE - the staff were helpful and courteous. There were many staff that didn’t speak English but this was never really a problem because there were enough that did. This is a massive hotel with lots of services such as restaurants and bars and it seemed like a well oiled machine, although possibly due to the sheer size of the hotel, it just felt rather impersonal.

ROOMS - the hotel room was of a great size for two people and the amenities were adequate. The room was a little dated but this wouldn’t deter me from coming back. The rooms and the entire hotel were very clean.

MEALS – the breakfast buffet provided a massive choice of quality food, but I can’t be trusted at a buffet! The dinner meals were great but perhaps a little expensive. I’d recommend not getting dinner included in your package because the dinner voucher system is a bit limiting and so that you can also sample the non-hotel izakayas and restaurants.

NIGHTLIFE - well there really isn't any. There is a bar but it is not open during apres ski time and there is a cocktail lounge that you have to pay an entry fee (which is always empty for that reason). This is Japan!!