Categories

H2 Life is the leading provider of luxury accommodation rentals in the Niseko and Furano area with more than 20 years of experience there. When booking with us, you can be sure of a sensational experience and access to the finest accommodation options for your stay. The H2 Life team is so excited to welcome you to stay with us that we are delighted to offer an incredible 25% discount across our H2 Luxury Collection and Signature Collection accommodations.

Special Offer

Simply book two nights or more and receive a 25% discount on all consecutive nights. Travel between now and April 28, 2022, to take advantage of this great deal.

How to Use the Special Offer

Contact our team to secure your stay: book@H2Life.com

Visit Partner Website

Disclaimer

GoConnect is made available to GoConnect Partners and GoConnect Members on an “as is” and “as available” basis. GoConnect makes no representations or warranties as to the operation of, and information/content on GoConnect, unless we say specifically in writing. You expressly agree that your use of GoConnect is at your sole risk and we will not be held responsible for any and all direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or punitive damages suffered by Connect Members in making use of the special offers that they find and use on GoConnect.

We recommend that GoConnect Members carefully review the privacy statements and conditions of use of GoConnect Partners. We also recommend that GoConnect Members stay in compliance with all government guidance, warnings and regulations, and use common sense at all times.

By using GoConnect you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions.

See More Offers

Community Voices + Resources

Famous Movies Filmed in Japan

Famous Movies Filmed in Japan

The international film community has been fascinated with the history, culture, and visuals of Japan, leading to numerous movies being set here. Check out these famous movies that were actually filmed in Japan.

Temples and Shrines: Your First Visit of the Year

Temples and Shrines: Your First Visit of the Year

This tradition, called hatsumode, is considered the most important visit of the year. You can protect yourself from bad spirits, give thanks for blessings in the last year, and figure out what kind of fortune to expect in the coming year.

Share Now

Submitting your offer online couldn’t be easier!

Close window