Hotels Near Germer In Kyoto
0.16km from GermerIt is a very rare weekend house that is nestled within walking distance from Ginkakuji temple and Philosopher's walk.
0.3km from Germer2018 Winter Open! Ginkakuji nearby hotel with flowers and antique furniture
0.49km from GermerGuest House Aoi Nakamoto is set in Kyoto, a 10-minute stroll from Ginkaku-ji Temple and a 3-minute walk from the Philosopher's Walk. Shinshogokuraku-ji Temple is a 5-minute walk and the property is 900 metres from Eikan-do Zenrin-ji and 1.2 km from Heian Shrine.You will find a kettle in the room. Every room has a shared bathroom with a bath and bidet, with slippers and free toiletries provided. Guest House Aoi Nakamoto features free WiFi throughout the property.There is luggage storage space at the property.Samurai Kembu Kyoto is 2.1 km from Guest House Aoi Nakamoto, while Imperial Palace is 2.8 km away. The nearest airport is Osaka Itami Airport, 42 km from Guest House Aoi Nakamoto.
0.52km from GermerProperty Location With a stay at this apartment in Kyoto, you'll be minutes from Philosopher's Walk and Honen-in Temple. This property is close to Kyoto Imperial Palace and Kiyomizu Temple. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this air-conditioned apartment, featuring a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a microwave. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include a safe, and housekeeping is provided daily. Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours.
0.91km from Germer
1.1km from GermerI recently stayed at this hotel as part of a pre-tour visit for a group of students that I am bringing to Japan next year. Although the hotel is not centrally located, near the railway station, it is only a 10 minute taxi ride away. This means that it is situated in a quieter location than the town centre which may appeal to some. We received a very warm welcome from the front desk staff and received a guided tour round the hotel and shown its amenities. There is a good sized restaurant just off the lobby where breakfast is served and there is also another restaurant serving evening meals. I received a voucher when I checked in which entitles you to a free drink at dinner which is a nice touch. We didn't have dinner so cannot comment further on that, but the buffet style breakfast was very comprehensive and consisted of both Western and Japanese foods. The hotel is slightly old-fashioned compared to some Tokyo hotels but then that I think is one of the attractions of Kyoto generally, as it is a more traditional city. There are gift shops with a wide range of Japanese souvenirs which were nice and plenty of vending machines on the bedroom floors. There is also a large supermarket across the street if you are stuck for anything. The rooms are spacious with a good sized bathroom. My one niggle is that you have an actual key for the room, rather than a key card which is more often the case nowadays and there is only one key for the room, which could be a bit of a hassle if sharing a room. There is a hefty fine if you lose the key too! A main feature of the hotel are its traditional Japanese baths. These are segregated for male and female and have changing facilities and showers. In the Japanese fashion, you are expected to bath naked and it is supposed to be extremely relaxing - although I didn't have time to partake on this visit! I believe the temperature of the water is around 48 degrees C. For group visits, the hotel is very experienced are dealing with large numbers of check-ins and handling large volumes of luggage. They have a separate entrance, check in area for groups so you avoid the congestion at the main reception desk. This always makes a tour organiser's job a lot easier. A good hotel and recommended as a base for exploring Kyoto and surroundings.
1.17km from GermerWe lived quite a bit, with a living room, a tea kiosk, a bedroom and an observation deck upstairs. . Outside is the yard. I am coming in the summer. So the temperature is right, I don't know what will happen in winter. The location is not very easy to find, waited for a long time, the waiter came to pick up. The room is Japanese national style, the things are complete, the landlord is a little short for me, they are all the same, so at night I want to go out and open the wardrobe, and turn it in the closet for 5 minutes. In short, a clean single-family. There is nothing to eat around, the feeling of being disciplined in the mountains
1.27km from GermerVery good store, the boss is very nice, very warm, the room is clean and tidy. In the evening, they lived with an old couple, and they were very good. In addition, the paid breakfast on the first floor is also very good.
1.29km from GermerI felt like James Bond in You Only Live Twice! Really calm and peaceful. Beautiful gardens. Staff could not have been more helpful. (Thanks, Hu!)
1.32km from GermerInteresting how polarized peoples' experiences have been at Ryokan Kanade. Ours was great. We stayed in the same room (102) as another reviewer, but without the construction next door and loved it. The private rock garden was lovely, and our room also opened up on the shared back garden, which was beautiful. Our kids stayed in room 101, smaller, but nice, with a smaller private rock garden. Unlike other reviews, we found the staff to be extremely friendly, helpful and accommodating. When our AC unit acted up, the person at the desk immediately came in and addressed the problem. Not sure about the complaint about sleeping on the floor, as that is why one stays at a ryokan. I will admit that I was a bit disappointed in the fact that the mattresses were foam, rather than futons, but they were very comfortable nonetheless. We did the breakfast one morning, and it was excellent, according not only to my family, but to my friends from Tokyo, who stayed at the ryokan with us one night. Last time my wife and I were in Kyoto, we stayed at a truly premium ryokan. Ryokan Kanade is not a 5-star hotel, nor is it priced like one. This trip we came with my mother and our two children (17 and 18), so I looked for a reasonably priced option, where the kids could still get the experience. After looking a several places, Ryokan Kanade looked like a bargain in the mid-priced ryokans, and it delivered beyond what I was seeking. I travel extensively. This year alone, I've been to Asia, Europe, South America and around North America, and stayed in everything from 5-star hotels to Super 8's. They say, "you get what you pay for." While this statement is often not complementary, in the case of Ryokan Kanade, this is not only true, but also meant to be a true complement. If I were looking for this experience again, at this price point, would not hesitate to book again.
1.34km from GermerMy wife and I spent 3 nights at the Marikoji Inn and had a wonderful stay! Check-in - Quick and easy. The Room - We booked the Kinkakuji suite, which was set up for 4 people since that was the default with the website we booked, but the owner quickly put away the extra beddings. This room was more than enough space for the 2 of us and could comfortably fit 4. The room was quiet and clean with plenty of toiletries and towels. The zen garden was peaceful and soothing. The inn only has a few rooms and the walls are thin, which makes for a quiet and respectful environment. The shower pressure in our room was a little soft as compared to our norm, but this led us to draw hot baths, which is actually much more relaxing! Location - The owner gave us a local map of nearby shops and restaurants. It's a short walk to the train station and bus stops that will get you anywhere you need to be. Walking distance to plenty of good food and shops, and a few temples/shrines. Service - Outstanding! The owners went above and beyond to make us feel comfortable and give us ideas of what to eat and where to go. My wife mentioned that she wanted to get her hair cut and the owner was kind enough to walk with us to a local salon to introduce us to the stylist and interpret the details of the haircut. We also mentioned that we were interested in visiting shrines and temples to collect omamori (amulets) and she suggested some nearby shrines and temples that we could visit. Definitely Recommended!
1.46km from GermerThe hosts at Guest House Waraku-An were just so very friendly and lovely! They were more than happy to go out of their way to assist. Compared to the Air BnB we stayed at before Waraku-An, it was a much more pleasant experience with English speaking hosts who could help us work out which buses to take around Kyoto. The Guest House has so much charm. It's over 100 years old, so it is a bit creaky, however, it just adds to the character of the building. Initially, I was worried we would be too loud with our kids (9-year-old & 12-year-old), but it was fine, and the hosts were even happy to teach our 9-year-old daughter some origami. The common room is great. There is a traditional "Kotatsu" which is a heated table. There is a microwave, cutlery, and plates for guests to use, as well as hot water and tea & coffee. There are additional comforts, some of which can be purchased (Eg. Bicycle, earplugs) and some of which are free of charge. We did need to pay 100 Yen for the use of a towel, but considering the value of the rooms, we didn't mind. The hosts also washed a load of clothes for 200 yen, which we then hung up on clotheslines in our room. The shower and toilet rooms are smaller, but again, we didn't mind as the rooms are well priced. The rooms were also a fantastic size. Our family of 5 stayed in 2 rooms, one of which was the deluxe room with the garden view. I was worried it would be cold as the guest house is older, but it was actually quite cozy. There were reverse cycle air conditioners in the room, and gas heaters. The rooms were traditional tatami room, with a little table and makeup dresser. The location is fantastic. You can catch a bus west to the monkey park, or south to some of the famed shrines. There is a Family Mart "konbini" (convenience store) up the road, and what looks like a pharmacy but is a general store about 2 stores down.
Hotels Near Germer In Kyoto Review
This hotel is about a 20-minute walk from Yasaka Shrine and Kiyomizu Temple. There are direct buses to Kinkakuji and Lanshan. 10 minutes walk to Nijo Castle. Kyoto Station is only about four stops from the hotel. All in all the location of this hotel is good. Room for two people was just right. The air conditioning and bath water were very powerful. The shower gel and shampoo are both POLA. So you do n’t need to bring any toiletries here. The room has a washing machine to dry and a microwave. Free coffee in the hotel lobby. Overall this hotel is very good.
As for this hotel, I really have to praise it. I ca n’t speak English, I do n’t know Japanese. I went with my baby. The location of the hotel is especially convenient. It ’s close to the bus station. Follow Google. The route he recommends is not necessarily the most convenient. You can choose, it is closer to the hotel bus. I can remember the road once. After getting off the plane, I do n’t remember what tickets I bought at the airport, but I just entered from the ticket office, opposite, b. You can go to the front door of Uniqlo on the back of bus 104. There is a trail opposite Uniqlo. It is especially easy to find when you go in. The hotel service is really great. The first day check-in is a Chinese-speaking beauty. There is also a handsome guy who also speaks Chinese. The room I stayed in Osaka is not as good as this hotel. It is highly recommended, geographical advantage, and the room is clean. In Japan, this room is quite large, 29 inches, 22 inches luggage can I opened the two at the same time, I put the two beds together, and the side was very spacious. I came to Kyoto in the future and chose this one. It was a super happy trip
Last weekend, my wife and I stayed in this Hotel Gracey Kyoto Sanjo for the third time since January 2019, with satisfaction.The service was consistantly of high quality, other than the convenient location and moderate pricing.
However, I would like to reflect one minor comment to the hotel management, because the bed sheets were a bit rough this round, compared to the previous visits.
Hotel is conveniently located. Right opposite the train station and next door to Kyoto tower and Big electrical store Yodobashi. Rooms however a bit outdated. Their housekeeping service were great! If we visit Kyoto again, likely we will use this hotel again for its reasonable pricing.
Love this hotel! One of the best I’ve ever been. They’ve recently open in 2019 and it’s not very crowded here as there are a few hotels beside and The Thousand is just right connected to the Kyoto Century Hotel so if you are taking taxi, you would like to mention Kyoto Century Hotel and they will alight you right in front of The Thousand. It’s not only new, the amenities are so high tech even the toilet bowl cover automatically open up when detected. Undoubtedly, this hotel has a very nice, warm and homely feel. When you step right in, the woody lemongrass fragrance will make you feel so welcome! Most importantly, the hotel staff converse very well in English and are extremely kind and helpful and patient. It definitely deserves a 5-star rating! Everything is so perfect here that I wish I could have stayed longer in Kyoto!
Is the restaurant renewed for dinner? It was inconvenient because I had a small child, but I had to make a reservation for a fashionable place nearby (I was on consecutive holidays, so when I made a reservation, I got a lot of hits. ), I am grateful to be able to taste delicious food and sake with my husband for the first time in a long time.
The room is very large and it is underground, but the view from the window is very devised, and the whole family was able to spend a comfortable night and two days. My son wanted to stay again. It seems that it was my favorite inn.
Breakfast was delicious, and my son, who rarely eats at the hotel, was happy to finish it.
The location was good and it was convenient to access anywhere by subway. Buses are often full and can't be boarded, so we recommend the subway.
If it is inconvenient to return to the inn on your way home, there are services that will deliver your luggage from various inns to Kyoto Station. On the way back, I was able to enjoy a comfortable trip empty-handed without having to worry about coin lockers to put my luggage in using this system. I would be grateful if the hotel staff could actively teach me about this system. This system is very convenient.
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