A range of prestigious services and amenities on-site include restaurant dining, ski equipment rental, retail facilities, relaxation spa, onsen baths, in-room open-air 'rotenburo' baths, and more.
In a true marriage of Japanese tradition and luxury indulgence, Matiè Niseko features four six-floor infinity onsen baths with breathtaking views to Mt. Yotei.
Enjoy the most authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by local chefs. Hokkaido's locally grown produce and fresh seafood maintains a reputation within Japan as the very best, and provides a culinary experience like no other. Two restaurants at Matiè Niseko offer a perfect après ski experience, with the choice of intimate dining booths, open eating areas, and a bar to mingle with fellow snow enthusiasts while enjoying the region's freshest produce, seafood and beef.
The Ski Valet service makes your ski excursions easier than ever. Simply collect your gear in the morning and drop it off when you have finished for the day. There is no need to worry about storing snowy riding gear in your room.
The on-site Ski Store carries all of the best brands to keep you warm and looking good on the hill. There is no need to venture far to find a replacement for those missing gloves or goggles you forgot to pack.
A dedicated Owner Lounge offers a peaceful and refined VIP space. Unique to Matiè Niseko and the first of its kind in the area.
Hokkaido is Japan's undisputed dairy capital, and people will travel from all across Japan to sample the local products directly from the farm. The on-site deli stocks a wide range of delicious local delicacies including cheeses, meats and more.
Relax and unwind with peace of mind as the kids are entertained for hours at the on-site Kids Area. Complete with a play area for burning off energy and making new friends, there are plenty of books and entertainment on offer for the young ones.
Selected condominiums enjoy the convenience of their own private parking space. There is no need to worry about finding a space on busy days, or digging your vehicle out of the snow in the mornings.