It's official - Japan borders open from October 11th
NISADE has proactively put in place precautionary measures on preventing the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The wellbeing of our Guests and Employees are of our highest priority. The following preventive measures have been implemented in all Nisade properties.
Our staff have been briefed on the guidelines provided by the local health authorities. In terms of measures taken, Front desks are equipped with thermometers to conduct temperature checks on all guests when required.
Staff and guests who are unwell with any symptoms of fever, flu, or respiratory problems are asked to consult a doctor immediately; our hotel teams will assist in making arrangements to visit the appropriate medical authority.
Additional measures include staff briefings to reinforce the rules and practices of good personal hygiene, provision of medical masks and gloves for staff and guests, as well as hand sanitizes that are placed at guest contact areas such as hotel lobbies. Special attention has also been placed to sanitize public contact points such as elevator buttons, reception counters and conference/meeting rooms.
Daily meetings are conducted to review the situation; we are in constant communication with staff and guests to keep them updated and to advise them on appropriate measures to take.
We remain vigilant and will work closely with the authorities for the health and safety of all stakeholders.
Japan borders are open & getting here is easier than you think! Check out the NISADE Guide to getting you to Japan this winter.
2022 Niseko Autumn Food Festival showcases Niseko’s finest restaurants and bars dishing up delicious delights, join us in Niseko Hirafu 15-18 September.