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Traveling from Tokyo, I was elated to arrive to fresh snowfall and a welcome champagne at Eternal Flame. It only got better from there...
Nao and Kimi are gracious and wonderful, and they make delicious breakfast every morning. The living room is a great place...More
We stayed for three nights during our ski trip to Hakuba. Since it was off-season, Nao gave us a free upgrade of the room. The hotel was very clean, had onsen and a big living room with tea and coffee for free. Nao speaks good...More
Excellent place for skiing vacation,
The location is not far from ski park, you can drive about 10-15 minutes to any ski park around there or take a bus. There are 2 private Onsen in shower room. And my favorite was massage chairs that really...More
Eternal Flame is an utterly delightful inn for those snowboarding or skiing at Hakuba. It’s only a minute’s walk from a shuttle bus stop so the location is great. More importantly, the hosts (Naohito and his family) are some of the friendliest people you will...More
Although we stayed next door, we were invited to dine at Eternal Flame by Aki (who worked at EF) while waiting for the bus one morning with our three young children. Although neither my partner or I could be classified as 'foodies', we were both...More
US$ 86 - US$ 185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I know I am getting in early, but thinking about January next year for our family of five and another family of four (and whoever I can rope in between now and then).
Can someone give me an idea of price per night for a family (presumably two rooms) with ensuites?
For dinners, can you cook your own? And what is the cost for the dinner if the hosts cook?
20 February 2016|
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Response from MelManning | Reviewed this property |
It's never too early to book-I would do it asap. With an exchage rate of about 80 AUD cents to $1 yen (similar to now) it cost approx $270 p/nite for 2 rooms -one twin, one double with ensuite). The 5 course dinner they... More
It's never too early to book-I would do it asap. With an exchage rate of about 80 AUD cents to $1 yen (similar to now) it cost approx $270 p/nite for 2 rooms -one twin, one double with ensuite). The 5 course dinner they serve (you must book the day before though) is approx $25 AUD p/person-very inexpensive and delicious. There are not any cooking facilities-we did use the hot water to make 2 min noodles for the kids-otherwise its a 6-8 min walk to the "Lawson"-like a 7/11 where you could buy some ready meals-mostly salad, sushi, karage chicken, potato gems, chicken skewers-that sort of thing. Also you can buy alcohol there. We bought pizza for the kids one night and walked up to the Italian (3-4 mins) Restaurant Syo to collect it. Cherry Pub (2-3 min walk) does western style food, quite good, similar prices to hm.