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It got everything set up there, equipment , locker, the ski in ski out set up is just perfect! However, the restaurant facility should be increased, choices are limited. We stayed at the most expensive east wing but restaurant is having less , West is...More
We stayed three nights at the Shiga Kogen Prince Hotel (South Wing). There are three wings (West, South, East) and they all function independently. I think the South wing has the most dated facilities. I did a LOT of googling and internet research prior to...More
There is no night life around this area so the only entertainment after a whole day of skiing is internet for those who need it. However, the IT department at Prince hotel is quite generous and allows every single device in every room to use...More
There are 3 buildings: west, south, and east and they are about 5-10 mins away from each other. They are all self-contained hotels so it's like they are 3 hotels that just happened to be under the same management. I stayed in the West wing's...More
The Shiga Kogen Prince West Hotel is a large budget hotel catering to school groups and budget tourists, and it does a good job of providing basic accommodations and services for a reasonable price. As long as you go in with low expectations, you’ll have...More
US$112 - US$276 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Top resorts Hotel in Yamanouchi-machi
#5 Ski-In / Ski-Out Hotel in Yamanouchi-machi
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I was there two weeks ago. There is no other dining option around the Prince, and I thought the meals were bad and expensive - so I understand why you ask. As you suspect you need to go to Ichinose. You need to order a taxi... More
I was there two weeks ago. There is no other dining option around the Prince, and I thought the meals were bad and expensive - so I understand why you ask. As you suspect you need to go to Ichinose. You need to order a taxi or go with a local bus (15 minutes). Most of the restaurants are in other hotels. Did not try anyone myself though so I can't recommend anyone. Good luck.