Modeled on first class plane cabins, guests can enjoy a first class experience on a budget!

Japan’s luxury capsule hotel chain, First Cabin, has opened in Niseko for those wanting a first class experience on an economy budget. This hotel is modeled on airline first class cabins complete with pajamas and noise cancelling headphones. Powder chasers coming to Niseko will love First Cabin and not just for the cheaper prices. Each of the 169 capsules has a flat screen television, 120 centimeter widened, power outlet, safety box and free wifi. There’s a hot spring onsen using the famous "Kogane" hot spring water from Rankoshi Town, a 24 hour front desk, a big dining area/restaurant and free shuttle service to the ski resorts (about 10 minutes away). If you’re traveling with friends or a family then you can upgrade to a Premium Class Cabin that features a king size bed (or two bunk beds) plus a sofa bed. These larger cabins also come with a coffee machine and fridge. You can find more detailed info on First Cabin Niseko HERE. Prices start from ¥7,000 a night.