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.
Travelers visiting the city for Hotaru Park will find hotels within walking distance from it, including The Phat Packers and Chianti Chalet.
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.