Visit Hakuba Valley in Style with Hakuba Hotel Group

Hakuba Hotel Group (HHG) has announced that it will be offering complimentary private transportation services to its guests from Nagano Station to Hakuba for all bookings of two nights or more. It’s only two and a half hours from Tokyo Station, and there has never been a more convenient and comfortable way to visit the Hakuba Valley.

Land Rover x HHG

What’s more, HHG has partnered with Land Rover to provide guests with complimentary transportation in a luxurious Land Rover vehicle. This exclusive partnership ensures that guests can travel in style and comfort, while experiencing the ultimate in off-road performance.

World Famous Snow Walls

But that’s not all: HHG is also offering free transportation to the Kurobe Alpine Route, which is just 30 minutes away. This scenic route is a must-see for nature lovers, with stunning views of the Japanese Alps, the Kurobe Dam, and the iconic Snow Walls of Tateyama.


For golf enthusiasts, HHG has also arranged transportation free of charge to Hinayatama Golf Course in Omachi and Itoiwa Country Club in Niigata. Guests who stay for two nights or more can take advantage of this service, and enjoy a hassle-free day on the greens.


HHG’s flagship hotel, THE HAPPO, the newest and most modern hotel in Hakuba, is also available and offers a range of amenities and services including a cafe and bar, onsen and sauna, Hyperice massage guns, bike rentals, and more.

Chalets and Apartments

HHG boasts a portfolio of 50 chalets and apartments in prime locations around the Olympic Happo One Resort, each carefully designed to provide a comfortable and convenient stay. All chalet guests can access THE HAPPO Hotel Onsen in addition to Weber Grills, food and wine delivery, transportation, and all other hotel concierge services.

For pet owners, 12 of these units are dog-friendly, and equipped with premium dog beds from Gugu.

Contact to learn more about how you can organize the perfect getaway to the Hakuba Valley.


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