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All reviewsrooms are very basicnight busother guestsski homehotel is locatedwould definitely stay here againskiing holidayhis teamshuttle buswonderful stayend of the daydrying roomski liftwalking distancejoesakihire
The atmosphere of the High Mount Hotel is very warm and welcoming, thanks to the amazing staff. This is the best hotel we have ever stayed in and I highly recommend it to others. The rooms are spotless and the food is great. Joe and...More
Joe, Saki and the staff at high Mount Hotel make this a must stay place in Hakuba. There is nothing Joe will not do for you, taking you to slopes, picking you up in the evening, recommending restaurants. making sure the onsen is in tip...More
When it comes to hotels you often get what you pay for, but what you get here is incredible service at no extra cost. The owner fixed my snowboard after an accident, and wouldn't take payment when I offered. Seems to be a family run...More
Joe and his staff cater exceptionally to English speakers and the hotel has a friendly atmosphere. The bus service to the ski lifts at Sakka is there when you are ready in the morning and with the onsen this is our first choice of accommodation...More
There are no negatives, Joe, Saki and staff are just so accomodating. The rooms are more than adequate. The shuttle service fantastic. The hot spa/onsen great. Joe is a great chef try his Japanese night I could go on and on
The hotel itself does serve evening meals (assuming that's what you're after) but nothing fancy. They run a free shuttle into 'town' each evening, and there's a bus service you can also use. It really depends on your budget... More
The hotel itself does serve evening meals (assuming that's what you're after) but nothing fancy. They run a free shuttle into 'town' each evening, and there's a bus service you can also use. It really depends on your budget and your organisation. Many of the walking-distance eateries are small (so you have to book ahead) or a little pricey.