Hotels Near Babyface Planet'S Kameoka In Kameoka

3.5/55 Reviews
2.65km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
Business Hotel Sun Royal is a pleasant business hotel located just a 5 minute walk from Kameoka Station. Recommended also for leisure trips, the hotel has bright and spotless guest rooms that are relaxing and come with specialty beds. Inside the hotel is a small shop, a massage service, as well as dry cleaning services. Enjoy Kameoka's various festivals and Kyoto's famous Gion Matsuri. High-speed internet access (LAN) is available in most guest rooms.
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3.5/55 Reviews
3.47km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
We stayed at the Keizankaku ryokan as a family of two adults and two school age children. We chose the Keizankaku because it has rooms that features private outdoor baths so you can experience the Japanese onsen without going to a more public bath. It also advertises as a child-friendly ryokan so we were confident that our children would be welcomed as guests. The clientele was mostly Japanese. The Keizankaku is located in the mountains outside of Kyoto, about 45 minutes away by car or by public transportation. The ryokan provides a bus to and from Kameoka Station so it is possible to get here on public transportation. The ryokan building is not traditional, consisting of several low-rise buildings, so don’t expect Japanese authenticity in the building. The interior is very typical of ryokans of this class and of this age, dominated by late 70’s early 80’s furnishings, fluorescent lighting, and a pink-pastel color scheme. All of it is clean and functional, but neither authentically Japanese nor modern. We stayed in a Japanese style room with Private open air bath in the Second Building. In my opinion, this is the room to get for those people who want to experience Japanese baths without having to go to a public bath. The room is a typical Japanese tatami room where the sitting area is converted into the sleeping area in the evening by the maids. It was spacious and nice enough for our family. We had our kaiseki dinner in a private room instead of in our room. Our dinner setup had individual tables and chairs in a tatami room which was frankly more comfortable for our kids than sitting on the floor. The meal was good, with really wide variety of dishes. One highlight was the fugu which is a poisonous pufferfish which requires special skills to prepare. The child meal was unexpectedly large … basically it had the same number of courses as the adult meal, but replaced the complicated dishes (such as the aforementioned fugu) with simpler items. Overall, it was a good (but not WOW!) meal, and a good introduction to this style of dining. In our opinion, the breakfast buffet was a more satisfying meal because it was simpler in preparation. It featured both western breakfast items, as well as a huge assortment of Japanese breakfast dishes. There was something here for everyone, and lots of things to try. The Keizankaku is admittedly a little out-of-the-way from mainstream Kyoto, but it can be worth the effort depending on your needs for the ryokan experience.
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4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
4.1km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
The place is very nice and the air is good! Many locals feel comfortable
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4.6/5Outstanding8 Reviews
4.36km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
It was a wonderful experience staying at Syoenso Hozukawatei. The staff was very polite and helpful with setting everything up as well as translating for us. There are a myriad of hot springs ranging from indoor to outdoor, from regular to medicinal baths. Adding to that the rooms were spacious and cozy giving a nice view of the mountain. Finally to top it all of the food was delicious with multi course meals for dinner and breakfast that highlighted the local delicacies. It was a wonderful visit! Plus the pillows were amazing!
FromUS$79
4.5/5Excellent8 Reviews
4.66km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
We had a lovely stay here. The staff was extremely pleasant and accommodating. The food was delicious and they were very helpful in steering us away from seafood which neither of us care for. The room was lovely - Japanese-style with Kimono and tabi- It was more difficult to get to than we had anticipated- a good 45 minute trip out of Kyoto. Need to take a local train and then either a shuttle or a taxi. I wouldn’t recommend it if you were just there to tour Kyoto but we wanted a spa-type relaxed environment which it definitely is with Lovely hot springs. Nice gift shop. We enjoyed all of it!
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0/50 Reviews
5.97km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
It is a Western style weekend house with a firewood stove, where you can enjoy the pleasure of savoring organic vegetables harvested from some kitchen gardens in the surrounding area.
FromUS$113
3.5/55 Reviews
6.66km from Babyface Planet's Kameoka
Cottage-style hotel in the suburbs of Kyoto, Kameoka. We have an internet room for those who require connection.
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Hotels Near Babyface Planet'S Kameoka In Kameoka Review

5/55 Reviews
I don't even know where to begin. We have spent three weeks in Japan and unfortunately only one night at Bishamon house. It has been our best night abroad ever. This says a lot since we have travelled every continent. The warmth of Christian, Tsuzumi and the kids just overwhelmed. They really give you a place in their home and family. You feel as you are a part of their family. We where welcomed at the station and then had numerous of options for things to do in the area or at the house. We chose the 'Seven Lucky Temples' walk. It is fun to do and navigating it is maybe a bit hard. But we had fun exploring the area. After picking is up from our hike they made us a nice hot bath and prepared dinner. Dinner is served for the entire family and we could experience Nabe for the first time. Yes, you sure want this. It is a wonderfull Japanese dish, full with all sorts of ingredient. We absolutely loved it. The house is gorgeous and whenever you want you have it for yourself. You can decide on breakfast time and the next morning spot on you'll get a full breakfast with everything your western heart desires. Toast, egg, yoghurt, cereal. It was our best breakfast in Japan, thanks Christian! Overall we would just like to say thank you to the family. You have been so warm and kind and gave us so much more than a night in Kameoka. You gave us the best experience in Japan with your warmth and kindness. Whenever in Japan we will make sure to visit again. Because after nabe we would love to experience Christians Italian cooking ;-)
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4.6/58 Reviews
It was a wonderful experience staying at Syoenso Hozukawatei. The staff was very polite and helpful with setting everything up as well as translating for us. There are a myriad of hot springs ranging from indoor to outdoor, from regular to medicinal baths. Adding to that the rooms were spacious and cozy giving a nice view of the mountain. Finally to top it all of the food was delicious with multi course meals for dinner and breakfast that highlighted the local delicacies. It was a wonderful visit! Plus the pillows were amazing!
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FromUS$79
4.5/58 Reviews
We had a lovely stay here. The staff was extremely pleasant and accommodating. The food was delicious and they were very helpful in steering us away from seafood which neither of us care for. The room was lovely - Japanese-style with Kimono and tabi- It was more difficult to get to than we had anticipated- a good 45 minute trip out of Kyoto. Need to take a local train and then either a shuttle or a taxi. I wouldn’t recommend it if you were just there to tour Kyoto but we wanted a spa-type relaxed environment which it definitely is with Lovely hot springs. Nice gift shop. We enjoyed all of it!
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FromUS$431
3.5/55 Reviews
We stayed at the Keizankaku ryokan as a family of two adults and two school age children. We chose the Keizankaku because it has rooms that features private outdoor baths so you can experience the Japanese onsen without going to a more public bath. It also advertises as a child-friendly ryokan so we were confident that our children would be welcomed as guests. The clientele was mostly Japanese. The Keizankaku is located in the mountains outside of Kyoto, about 45 minutes away by car or by public transportation. The ryokan provides a bus to and from Kameoka Station so it is possible to get here on public transportation. The ryokan building is not traditional, consisting of several low-rise buildings, so don’t expect Japanese authenticity in the building. The interior is very typical of ryokans of this class and of this age, dominated by late 70’s early 80’s furnishings, fluorescent lighting, and a pink-pastel color scheme. All of it is clean and functional, but neither authentically Japanese nor modern. We stayed in a Japanese style room with Private open air bath in the Second Building. In my opinion, this is the room to get for those people who want to experience Japanese baths without having to go to a public bath. The room is a typical Japanese tatami room where the sitting area is converted into the sleeping area in the evening by the maids. It was spacious and nice enough for our family. We had our kaiseki dinner in a private room instead of in our room. Our dinner setup had individual tables and chairs in a tatami room which was frankly more comfortable for our kids than sitting on the floor. The meal was good, with really wide variety of dishes. One highlight was the fugu which is a poisonous pufferfish which requires special skills to prepare. The child meal was unexpectedly large … basically it had the same number of courses as the adult meal, but replaced the complicated dishes (such as the aforementioned fugu) with simpler items. Overall, it was a good (but not WOW!) meal, and a good introduction to this style of dining. In our opinion, the breakfast buffet was a more satisfying meal because it was simpler in preparation. It featured both western breakfast items, as well as a huge assortment of Japanese breakfast dishes. There was something here for everyone, and lots of things to try. The Keizankaku is admittedly a little out-of-the-way from mainstream Kyoto, but it can be worth the effort depending on your needs for the ryokan experience.
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FromUS$273