Hai Lodge offers snow skiing, billiards and a free parking lot and staying here will not pinch your pocket. Downtown Otari is home to numerous budget hotels, like Lodge Tsubaki and Hotel Salle Empire King, that provide a 15-minute walking distance to Tsugaike Kogen Champion Slope. To stay in a hostel close to Hotaru Park, book a room at Hakuba Cortina Backpackers with rates from 90US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Otari?
Best cheap hotels in Otari
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you are looking for a bit of privacy, an apartment, such as 古民家ゲストハウス 楽・多ッ田 is a good option in Otari center, it comes with free private parking and complimentary parking.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Otari
Choose Hotel Sunplaza Tsugaike near Hakuba Saegusa Art Museum, a popular boutique hotel that has a sauna, snow skiing and table tennis.
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With prices starting just from 87US$, cozy Hotel Meribel Tsugaike apartment will create a home atmosphere during your stay. B&Bs in Otari include Lodge Yuki and Resort Inn Yamaichi. For travelers visiting Otari with children, consider staying at a hotel near Hakuba Mini Train Park, such as Hakuba Momiji which offers a Jacuzzi, canoeing and hiking. Guests traveling to Otari should consider one of the 3 resorts, such as Tsugaike Hill Top Hotel Terrace Miyagawa, which offers snow skiing, table tennis and a free parking lot with views of the mountain.