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4.7/55 Reviews
4.7/5Outstanding5 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.03km from Kiki
One-bedroom, one-bedroom apartments in the heart of Kyoto are all characteristic of small streets and alleys. Nearby is the shopping street. Convenient living atmosphere, complete facilities including full kitchen equipment, washing machine, etc. Very suitable for families traveling within 6 people.
From$252
4.6/533 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding33 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.05km from Kiki
Near Shijo and Yuanting, Takashimaya in the main business district is everything here, and there is also the Nishiki Market, which is more convenient for shopping in Xinjingji. Ten minutes from the subway. The hotel is not large, there is a soup pond on the ground floor, it's hot .. The breakfast is very rich and very ritual, but my Chinese stomach is not very enjoyable .. The service is very good, the Japanese-style house that I live in, my mother said that it is not convenient for everything short.
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4.4/521 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent21 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.08km from Kiki
A great Japanese-style tatami hotel, a special surprise is that the room area is so large that it is 40 square meters! ! ! The price-performance ratio is very high, and there is a separate bathroom. If you have lived in Tokyo or Osaka, you will feel a lot of relief at once. The waiters are very enthusiastic and will come to make your bed every night, especially there is an old man on the first floor. It is very enthusiastic. From the beginning of check-in, he will answer any questions you have in detail. He recommends all kinds of delicious and fun. The hotel breakfast has Western and Japanese styles, which are all very good. Japanese styles need to be reserved in advance. The only drawback of the hotel is from the subway. It takes about 10 minutes to walk to the station. It is basically located in the center of a block, but the streets and alleys we walk over can really let us experience the local folk customs, especially the many characteristic small shops and izakayas on the roads, waiting for you I found that it will bring you a surprise, and there is also the Kam Market which is only 5 minutes away, which is very worth visiting. Special mention is that there is a Issey Miyake specialty store on the left for a minute after going out, but unfortunately we only found out the morning when we left that they have not yet gone to work~~~~~
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4.2/527 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good27 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.09km from Kiki
I love everything about this ryokan. The location that easily reach and really close to station. The room, the breakfast and the helpful staffs! The first day i arrived, it was raining and the staff asked me where to go. She gave me the map and informed me the direction. She was also lend me umbrella. Took couple of times as she tried the umbrella one by one before she gave it to me. When I came back, during the check in, The other staff who accompanied me to my room, also noticed that my shoes wet because of the rain. they immediately send the colleague to give used newspapers, stuck in my shoes so the next morning it could be dried. They also lend you Yukata which the pattern and color could be picked by us. The public bath also clean and tidy. Its almost felt like private bath as most of the times I went there, no people used the facility. One down side was the surrounding busy noises that could be heard from the room. For me, it was no problem. Yet, for other people, it might be disturbing. I do recommend this hotel should you want to try the traditional experience.
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4.6/58 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding8 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.09km from Kiki
The rating represents an average of the guest room (5 stars) and customer service (0 stars) experiences. Everything in life is relative, right? So keep in mind that we spent $700/night. The extremely expensive traditional Japanese guest rooms are exquisite, but 1) service in the exclusive restaurants is prioritized over service to hotel guests, meaning that there is literally no guest assistance during dinner hours; 2) and when guest service is available, it is provided in very poor, broken English, which results in misunderstandings and frustration. We actually felt as though we had to avoid the personnel and struggle to find our own solutions, such was the frustration and concern about feeling too pushy or intrusive. Although it was by no means easy, it was easier to google our way out of problems or ask people on the street. There were several times when we had to enter the kitchen to find anyone available to help and others when we dialed 8 on the telephone and let it ring interminably. It worked once. No one is around early in the morning. The owner acts like he’s on speed, making bizarre 2 second appearances and, in the following example, can make really bad choices. We originally booked a room for 5 nights during Sakura season along with our friends. Our friends canceled their reservation, so the owner assumed that it was OK to cancel ours as well. When we told him that we did not cancel, he scolded us, saying it was Sakura season and that he was very busy and that I must reconfirm my reservation with a credit card (by email!). This also coincided with a tourist rush to Japan that occurred just after Japan was reopened for general tourism. This all transpired around Christmas, so since I was not as vigilant with my emails and was hesitant to send credit card information by unencrypted email, we lost our reservation again! When the dust settled, he could not accommodate us for as long as we originally intended to stay. We are now in Tokyo at the Okura hotel..and NOW I know what superlative Japanese-style customer service is all about.
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4.5/544 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent44 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.1km from Kiki
After mistakenly going to the other ”Piece Hostel” (the one near the Kyoto Station) where I thought I had booked, I took the subway over to Sanjo. The location is great, in the midst of all the action in restaurants, bars, etc. It is a bit of a hike from the subway, but not too bad. Rooms are small but comfortable and the hostel has a tremendous amount of place for hanging around and a well equipped kitchen. The staff was terrific. Best of all was Oytun, a young man from Turkey who, in 4 years in Japan, has become fluent in Japanese and English. He was extraordinary. Always willing to help with anything and make valuable suggestions. He made the stay a real joy.
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4.8/563 Reviews
4.8/5Outstanding63 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.11km from Kiki
Our stay at the Miru Kyoto Nishiki in a premium room was wonderful. It’s all about location and we found the proximity to Nishiki market brilliant. We easily navigated from the accommodation to the train station for a day trip to Nara and were able to walk and catch public transport around Kyoto easily from the location. The room itself was generous in size and we appreciated the small touches of the bottled water, the treat of a croissant each morning and the tea and coffee making facilities in the room. The bed and pillows were exceptionally comfortable and service at the hotel was welcoming and friendly. Overall, we found the area to be quiet and slept soundly in the comfortable rooms. A lovely stay and I would happily recommend this accommodation.
From$117
4.6/540 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding40 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.13km from Kiki
A very pleasant surprise and an unforgettable staying experience! Let me talk about a few aspects: Good location: Downstairs is a Melbourne-style cafe. Turn left for 200 meters to Ogawa Cafe. Walk another 100 meters to the famous Nishiki Market, and continue forward to Shinkyogoku Market. Go out and turn right for 200 meters and you will find INODA Coffee, and behind you is Weekenders Coffee, both of which are well-known online celebrity shops. The Noodle Ramen and Yakiniku restaurants that are within walking distance are both high-scoring restaurants with 4.9 points. The hotel is quiet, and the quality of sleep at night is very good. The hardware condition is good: the hotel is very new, the room is quite big in Japan, the shower and air conditioner work well, and the built-in lounge has some snacks to eat. There are also welcome matcha and snacks when you check in, which are also enjoyed in the lounge, very conscientious! Strong sense of service: There is a brother in the hotel who can speak Chinese! Thank you so much for patiently answering my itinerary questions. I arrived before the check-in time, and the room hadn't been cleaned yet. My little brother helped me through the formalities, and then arranged for someone to deliver the luggage to the room after the room was cleaned. When I checked out, the lady at the front desk called a taxi for me to the train station (about 2,000 yen by taxi), and the car arrived in 3 minutes, which was very convenient. If you want to say something that can be improved, the room only provides a small bottle of mineral water a day, and you can consider giving more. Other aspects are really good, thanks to the hotel staff for giving me an unforgettable trip to Kyoto!
From$109
4.3/54 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent4 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.13km from Kiki
A lovely Inn in the Japanese style. The old historic building is charming. It is a attached to a newer building with elevator, etc. Small, service was friendly. The meals were elegant and service at mealtime was exceptional Kyoto style. Great location for exploring on foot the east side of the city, inlcuding a long, enjoyable walk to Kiyomizu-dera.
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3.7/55 Reviews
3.7/55 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.13km from Kiki
The family has been to Kyoto before and recommend it to us. General accommodation bookings are not recommended, mainly Japanese. Room facilities are old, the socket does not support domestic chargers, it will electrophoresis, and finally we had to go to a convenience store to buy a Japanese Apple charging head and cable. Although the room has a shower room, but it does not supply hot water, I have to go to the large bathhouse. I go alone at more than 9pm every night, so I am scared. It is more like a homestay. Although there is room service, the waiter will lay a mattress every night and collect it in the morning. Then he will send breakfast to the room (to order with meals). If there are requirements for accommodation, it is recommended not to live anymore.
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4.3/526 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent26 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.14km from Kiki
We used it for a one-night stay in Kyoto. It is a satisfactory service. On the day, I went to the taxi in the dark. One enters from the main street and turns right on a one-way road with many people at this time. You can see the location only by this. The place where the inn is located is a road of about two cars. However, there are few car streets because of one-way traffic, and it is quiet. Then there is a street, so there is no quiet fear. This street was also people heading for downtown in the Kamo River. The service was good. Check-in, room guide, room meal. It was a courteous response, although it was friendly. There is a horse origami and a message on the pillow of the futon, and it is concerned about the details. The meal was only skillful, and it was impressed by the softness and fat of the cherry blossoms, and the small red leaf cherry blossoms were full of deliciousness, and the deep sweetness of the duck meat pot was felt, and it was a pleasant meal. The facilities are also clean. The latest! I don't think so, but it's too clean considering history. I can't think that this has been a good time anymore. On the other hand, when I mentioned the point that it was not good, it was difficult to order drinks and rice replacements in the evening meal. I think that Nakai had a small time and number of times in the place of meal. It took more than 1 minutes until the hot water in the shower in the public bath came out. We are less than 10 times to stay at an inn that can eat in the room, but we are very satisfied with staying here. I don't think the other 々 will regret it.
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4.6/526 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding26 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.15km from Kiki
The hotel is in the middle of the subway station Shijo and Karasuma Oike, in the small alley, very quiet, and there are many such alleys in Kyoto. The service is very thoughtful. You can book a Japanese breakfast for the next day and experience it. It tastes good. In addition to the bathroom in the room, the hotel also has a free public bath, to wear the kimono provided by the hotel (not too embarrassed, did not go). Going out can put the room key at the front desk. The small bag of towels and toothbrushes in the room can be taken away for free. When check out, there is a small gift. Finally, the little brother in the lobby sent us all the way to the door, and also sent a flag to send away, so cute. The disadvantage is that the air conditioner has been around for a few years, a bit noisy, the window paper is thin, and it is awake at 5 o'clock in the morning, haha. Also, Kyoto has to collect another head tax?
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Hotels Near Pit In Kyoto Review

Travelodge Kyoto Shijo Kawaramachi
4.5/5644 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.49km from city center
Fuss free check in and out, good water heating and essentials provided. Self use washing machines are available (400-500yen each wash&dry). Only downside is it gets abit noisy especially on the weekend nights. You may hear ppl shouting and the traffic, which may not be suitable for light sleepers.
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UNIZO INN Kyoto Kawaramachi Shijo
4.4/575 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.5km from city center
Located in Shijo Kawaramachi, an arcade, you can go without getting wet in the rain! The building is new and clean. Amenity goods are also available at a minimum, so it's good. The front desk is always called with a bell because there are no people. Are you adjusting the number of people due to the corona disaster?
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HOTEL Tomiya with M's
4.6/517 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|2.78km from city center
Positive points : - The room was very spacious, well decorated, modern and clean. Access is made via a code rather than a card (no risk of losing it). - The location is ideal, just next to the station (trains, shinkansen, metro) - The staff was helpful: we left our luggage before check in to explore the city. At the time of check in, the luggage was already waiting for us in the room. The staff speaks English well. The negative points : The hotel was very comfortable and was very comfortable and very comfortable. - We have only seen the staff at the time of check-in, check-out is done at a bound, that makes the experience a little cold. - The water takes a lot of time to get warm in the shower.
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From$97
Ryokan Matsukame
4.6/510 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|2.75km from city center
If you are a traveller like us who would like some more privacy, this place is not exactly for you. Don't get me wrong, the hotel staff are absolutely wonderful. Just that most things are communal and you have wait for your turn to shower and finish by 11.35. The walls are quite thin indeed, you can easily hear people walking on the hallway or simply chatting in their rooms.
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The Royal Park Hotel Kyoto Umekoji
4.7/5210 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|3.38km from city center
It's quiet and easy to spend because it's one station from Kyoto Station. The location is also near the station, and it's easy to understand that you can reach it in just a few minutes from the station. Parks, aquariums and railway museums are also nearby, so you can play with your children. There is a large communal bath, but personally, the hot water is lukewarm and unsatisfactory. I stayed in a standard twin room, but I was able to spend a relaxing time in a room that was perfectly large even if I spread a large suitcase. There are also 6 coin laundry units, which is appreciated for long-term stays. It seems that a group of school excursion students was staying there, and I was worried that I could hear a slapstick noise at a fairly late time. There is also a convenience store, so it's very convenient, but it was very disturbing because a group of school excursion students was shopping and it was very crowded, and I didn't know how to use the self-checkout and was making a fuss. It was. Isn't it shifting such shopping time or the school side manages it? Apart from that, I was able to spend comfortably without any problems.
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From$91
Richmond Hotel Premier Kyoto Shijo
4.5/527 Reviews
Nijo Castle
Kyoto
|1.5km from city center
We stayed for 5 nights at Richmond Premier Kyoto Shijo. The hotel has a clean zen-like modern look. Location-wise, it is at the quieter side of Shijo, the east side, which is closer to the Hankyu Karasuma station. It takes less than 10 minutes to walk to Shijo central where Daimaru is- this may or may not appeal to you. Some pros and cons: Pros- Affordable room rates Big rooms Complimentary drinks (not alcoholic) for guests from 1-8pm everyday at the breakfast area. Laundromat with 6 washer-dryer machines Self serve amenities at the elevator at night Helpful hotel staff Cons- Aircon/heater doesn’t balance right between heating and cooling resulting in uncomfortable, dry, cold temperatures at times Walls are a little thinner so a noisy neighbor above or next room can be heard Overall, we had a good stay.
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From$156
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Kyoto-Hachijoguchi
4.7/559 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|3.26km from city center
Location is good and convenient, can walk to Kyoto station in 8 mins. Room is good for one person stay, amenities are provided at first floor, even facial mask is available. The staff is very nice to let me check in earlier as it was raining and cold on that day, will definitely consider it if I come again.
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Rinn Kyoto Station West
4.4/52 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|3.36km from city center
The hotel is very clean, there is a fennel in the lobby, the room booked is accompanied by a room, very Japanese style, and it is also a good place to buy snacks with friends every night to eat and drink. The bathroom is also very clean and the water flow is very strong.
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Sotetsu Fresa Inn Kyoto-Shijokarasuma
4.7/5159 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|1.32km from city center
We chose this hotel due to itsʻ location and it exceeded our expectations! The hotel staff was helpful and provided information in Japanese and English. We stayed for 13 days and were impressed with the hotelʻs determination to provide us with clean rooms, towels and other items. This hotelʻs location at Shijo/Karasuma made it easy to get to train stations, bus and the subway. There were also many excellent restaurants and shopping possibilities. One of the features we appreciated a lot was the laundry. We also appreciated that it was quiet.. didnʻt even hear people in the halls or doors close. Having lived in Kyoto for a long time, this was our first time to stay in a hotel and would recommend it for sure.
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Kiyomizu Machiya Inn
4.3/52 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|1.85km from city center
It is not recommended for guests with more luggage or large boxes: First, because the homestay is located in the scenic area of two years and three years, tourists are like weaving during the day, and taxis can't get in at all. You need to drag your suitcase and walk a long uphill and downhill stone road and steps to find a place to live; Second, it is because it is difficult to call the car after checking out. You need to drag your suitcase through the woven stone street to the main road far away to take a taxi... Of course, for guests who have no luggage or less luggage, you may wish to experience the feeling of an old room for one night.
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Rinn Tsukinuke
5/52 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|2.81km from city center
Service is very good, Japanese housing experience is very satisfactory
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hotel androoms Kyoto Shichijo
4.7/555 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|2.69km from city center
This is a modern minimalistic boutique hotel that we enjoyed! The design of the hotel has zen elements (the creative zen garden layed vertically against the wall) that I really loved. The room itself is more of a wooden theme that is cozy and relatively spacious for Japanese hotel standard. There is sufficient space to lay the luggages and also to sit (a luxury in most Japanese hotels). However, the hotel is slightly further from kyoto station and require some walking (which is inconvenient for lugging the luggages as the pavement is bumpy). Also the hotel is situated beside a road and near a hotel, sometimes at night we could hear the ambulance sirens which may be a problem for light sleepers. However, really enjoyed the hotel's own bath house which looks very new and clean. It is equipped with dyson hair dryers and you can have free ice cream popsicles after your bath! A great way to end a tiring day full of walking in Kyoto :)
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Hotel Fine Olive Kyoto Yamashina (Adult Only)
3.7/511 Reviews
Kyoto
|4.15km from city center
It arrived around 21 o'clock with a plan that can be in from 18:00, and it was in a state that it was not connected unless it called a lot by the phone to the front desk. When I finally thought I was connected, it took a while to confirm the reservation and the waiting time at the entrance was long, so check-in was not smooth. It was the beginning of the year, so I might have been busy, but I wanted you to improve a little more. The room is neither good nor bad. The bath was a bit small for two people to enter. It is reasonable for the price. The ventilation in the bathroom was not stopped, and it was cold, so I got my throat hurt because the air conditioner was fully operational. I thought it would be nice to have a humidifier. I think it's a great deal if you use it for a short time, so I think I'll use free time next time ...
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Rinn Kitagomon
4.6/52 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|1.52km from city center
The hotel is on the small street inside, very quiet, but it is not very convenient to go to the convenience store to buy things at night. We should be Taiwanese at night, will speak Chinese, explain in detail. There is a porch outside the door of the room, you can put a stroller, the room is very large, it is the largest we have lived in this trip, there are tatami mats to eat and drink, the bathroom is dry and wet, and the hygiene is very clean. The three-night package bought by the event is generally satisfied~
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From$191
Rinn Kiyomizu Gion
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|1.53km from city center
Does not include breakfast, the hotel also made a 400-mile tax for one night, isn’t it all-inclusive?
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From$116
Asai Kyoto Shijo
4.5/564 Reviews
Karasuma
Kyoto
|1.6km from city center
My friend and I arrived at the hotel early in the morning. The staff was nice and kept our luggage for us so that we could go out and explore the beautiful city of Kyoto. First impression, the exterior looks very Kyoto-esque, and the interior has a little hint that the brand is from Thailand. We got a room on the basement floor, which at first felt a little weird, but it was nice, clean, and had a window that allowed us to see the sky and get some fresh air. There was no moldy smell at all, which was a relief. Also, we spent most of the day outside anyway. Room is as cozy as the name suggests in the booking and it is super clean. The size is standard for Japan, with a smart design that includes normal-sized luggage storage under the bed. Bed is soft and the linens are clean. Only weird thing at first was that the sink is separate from the bathroom. But on second thought, maybe that's a good thing; one person can take a shower while another can brush their teeth. The shower room has a standing shower with great pressure and temperature control, but no bathtub. The amenities smell good, and the towels are good quality. Surprise! The free WiFi internet is super fast. I was able to back up 100 photos and 10 videos with no problem. Location: The hotel is in the middle of two underground train stations, so you can get in and out easily by walking for 3-4 minutes. However, for the first day, especially when you have a lot of luggage or big oversize luggage, and if you don't want to go around crossing the street looking for escalators or elevators, it's better to take a taxi. The hotel and Kyoto station are not too far apart at all. I know that taxi rides in Japan are rumored to be expensive, but it's up to you if you want to save your bag or your back. After you are free from your luggage, you can even walk 5-8 minutes to the shopping street or even 20-30 minutes to the famous Kiyomizu-dera Temple, which we did after recovering from 10 hours of sitting at the airport and on the flight. Since Kyoto has a lot to explore and there is great food out there, even food from combini Family Mart and 7-Eleven nearby, we did not try the room service or restaurant at the hotel. Sorry about that. In conclusion, this is a brand new, renovated hotel that is clean and has a nice location. I will revisit and recommend it to my family, friends, and favorite colleagues.
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Stay Sakura Kyoto Tsubaki
4.4/53 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|4.21km from city center
The hotel facilities are clean and new, and the location is a bit off, but the bus station is very close to the door, so the traffic is very convenient. A little bit small, but compared to other hotels, it's still bigger.
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Hotel Tavinos Kyoto
4.5/5188 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|1.69km from city center
It was a comfortable room with simple and necessary things. The roll curtain and bed cover in the room are different for each room, so I look forward to what room it will be every time. Amenities are in the lobby so it is a style to bring what you need. There is no bathtub and only shower. The coffee in the lobby is free at your favorite timing. I can read manga freely, so I was able to spend a leisurely time reading cartoons and working remotely in the lobby.
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Tabist Kiki Hotel Kyoto Sanjo Takakura
4.6/52 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.55km from city center
Five minutes to the subway, convenient. There are restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacies nearby. Staff nice, But note that from 10 pm to 8 am, there is no staff. At this time, you need a room key to get in and out. There is a parking lot next to the hotel for parking, but there is a fee. Overall, I can stay again.
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Hotel Emion Kyoto
4.7/597 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|3.39km from city center
You can go from Kyoto Station by 1 station and take a taxi within 1000 yen. When going to the guest room area from the front desk, there is an automatic door, and it will not open unless you hold the room key, so security is also solid. The elevator is also large. The room was well cleaned, very clean and the room was large and comfortable. The bath was large, and it was not a hotel faucet that was difficult to use, but an ordinary type of easy-to-use faucet. The separate place from the toilet was also good. It was good that the amenities were substantial and there was a bath salt. Free PET bottle water, drip coffee, tea packs are also available. Since it is a new hotel, the facilities are easy to use and there are many outlets, so it was convenient. You can also watch YouTube and Netflix on TV. General hotel rooms have many dim orange lighting, but the main lighting of this hotel is white, so it was good. It was comfortable because I couldn't hear the noise in the next room, the upper floors and the corridor. You can rest assured that the large communal bath has a security card dedicated to women only. There were many kinds of breakfast buffets and it was very delicious. When I checked out, I was asked, ”Did you have any inconvenience in your room?”, but nothing was wrong. I heard about the inconvenience and thought it was to respond quickly. You can leave your baggage for free after check-out, so you can go sightseeing empty-handed. The only inconvenience I felt was ... If you are in a room near the JR track, it is far from the elevator to the room. It was difficult to walk with a heavy suitcase because it was quite fluffy floor material, probably because it was to improve the soundproofing of the corridor. Even if I walked normally, I felt tired feet walking on the sandy beach. It may be unavoidable due to the structure of the building, but it was a pity that I could hardly see the Kyoto Tower from the rooftop, but I could see the trains and Shinkansen, and the mountains 々 in the distance. Tables, chairs and benches are installed, so I think you can spend a pleasant time in spring and autumn when the climate is good. It was a very good hotel, so I would like to use it again.
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Nagomi-Ryokan Yuu
3.9/510 Reviews
Kyoto Station
Kyoto
|2.23km from city center
We chose this ryokan because of the affordable price and location. When we arrived, our bags had been placed in our room (we'd sent them from our previous hotel via the takkyubin service), which was a nice touch. The room felt very small for the two of us. There was basically just enough floor space for our two futons laid out right next to each other. However, there is a large closet where they normally store the futons that we were able to use to store our luggage and other items when we rolled out the futons. The futons were very thin; I felt like I was pretty much just sleeping on the floor and it was rather uncomfortable. We got one of the private rooms so we would have our own bathroom but again, the bathroom was very small. Of course, we didn't spend a ton of time in the room anyway as we were out and about most of the time so the small space was not a dramatic downside. The neighborhood was quiet, which we liked, and the staff were very friendly. We had the western-style breakfast a couple mornings and it was quite good! All in all, it is an affordable stay in Kyoto, but I can't say that it is the most comfortable option. I would also warn that if you are looking specifically for a great ryokan experience and not just for a place to crash, this might not be the type of place you're looking for.
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Hotel Gran Ms Kyoto
4.4/5150 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|0.21km from city center
A wonderful hotel all around. Rooms were comfortable, though small like most Japanese hotel rooms, it still had a luxury feel to it. I especially loved the faucet/shower head controls. Very nice stay and unbeatable location!
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Rinn Gion Shirakawa
4.5/543 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|0.74km from city center
What a fun place to stay at! We booked through *********** and stayed one night. Had a great experience. We were picked up at the train station and brought back to the ryokan where our entrance was announced with a big crash of a gong. How fun! Staff was super friendly, food was excellent and the room was comfortable and quiet. We slept on extremely comfortable futons on the floor. Went to both dinner and breakfast in the Yukatas they supplied. Really enjoyed that experience. I tried out the onsen, which was very well appointed but I didn’t stay long as I overheated. I believe the onsen to be less appealing in the summer when you’re over heated all day. But I did want to give it a go. The ryokan is super close (walking distance ) to the main shopping areas. They gave me a lift in the morning to pick up my rental car. They provided umbrellas when we were going out and they thought it might rain. Just extremely thoughtful service here. My only regret is that we didn’t stay longer. Highly recommended and would definitely return.
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R&B Hotel Kyoto Shijyo Kawaramachi
4.5/590 Reviews
Kawaramachi
Kyoto
|1.17km from city center
It is located at the entrance of Buddhist temple street for about 4 minutes walk from Shijo Kawaramachi. In the cheap version of the Washington Hotel, there is no public bathhouse that cuts the service to the edge and is popular in business hotels. The room size, facilities, etc. are standard for business hotels. Bedding, toothbrushes and razors are received at the front desk. However, the quality of razors was bad and the skin was cut. It is a pity that the lighting in the room is white fluorescent color and it is cold 々 impression. This wants to improve. Check out only puts the card into the machine. Not long after the opening, the building is beautiful overall. However, I think the hair remains on the bus and the cleaning is one now. Breakfast with free is a minimum set of several kinds of warm bread and cup soup, coffee and juice. Coffee had a cup service that could be drunk in the room. The price setting of 6000 yen is a major business hotel with a price of close to 20000 yen in business, and this location, this fee, and this facility can be said to be the best level without complaint. It is recommended because the net reservation of the company becomes the cheapest.
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Shibashi Umeyacho
4.7/54 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|2.09km from city center
Two people lived in a whole Japanese-style villa ~ The room was very clean and beautiful. There were bungalows and tatami style rooms. The bathroom also had a super-class automatic bathtub. There was a comment on Expedia that the general hotel photos look better than the room, but here is the opposite. I agree too much that the actual room is much better than the photo ~, but pay attention to the checkin time to make an appointment with the store, that is, the store will send an email after placing the order. The young lady who came to pick us up checkin was very cute. It was a Chinese lady who was very good in Japanese and English. ~ It felt so good. If you missed it because there was no evaluation, it would be a pity 😆.
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Rinn Gion Yasakamae
4.6/51 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|1.1km from city center
What needs to be improved: 1. The check-in address of the house and the address of the house are not the same place, and they are far apart; for tourists who do not understand Japanese, many problems are added. When we arrived that night, we couldn't find where to check in, which caused a lot of time delay; 2. We have made an appointment for the garbage cleaning service, but we went around and came back and found that the garbage was still piled up at home, and the service was bad; 3. About the facilities: The toilet and bathroom do not have heating facilities. I contacted for a long time and brought a heating facility. Shouldn't the room facilities be checked from time to time? 4. The overall feeling is very general. Friends who are more concerned about the above issues can consider carefully.
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Ishibekoji Ryugin
4.6/52 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|1.58km from city center
十分滿意,就在高台寺門口;往南去清水寺,往北去知恩院南禪寺步行不累,一路皆景。這才是京都
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The GrandWest Arashiyama
4.3/555 Reviews
Arashiyama/Sagano/Takao
Kyoto
|7.86km from city center
If you tell the parking lot in advance, you will guide you to the moon pole parking lot a little on foot. The receptionist was very good and I was happy to talk carefully. Originally, because of the condominium, the stairs and corridors were renovated in the old ones and were very beautiful and fashionable. I was saved by drinking free water and coffee in PET bottles. The only thing I thought was the accumulation of dust in the ventilation filter in the dressing room. It was very dirty. I think it has not been cleaned up so far. The other parts were very beautiful! I was able to spend comfortably. I rented a bicycle to Arashiyama, but it was very helpful because it was free within 2 hours! After that, I asked about the parking lot by chat at the time of the reservation, but I was unread and eventually called myself. I think the meaning of chat? I was able to make a reservation cheaply while I thought it was not used, and it was really good to be able to spend comfortably.
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Gion Misen
4.6/577 Reviews
Gion/Kiyomizu Temple
Kyoto
|0.74km from city center
Earlier this month, I stayed at Gion Misen and loved the experience. There are many new hotels in the city but Gion Misen stands out and exceeded expectations. The location is superb, on quiet and historic Shimnomzen Street, nestled among beautifully preserved wooden machiya townhouses, antique shops, galleries, and small restaurants. The staff is kind and helpful. The included breakfast was ample and delicious, including good coffee! The beautifully designed, contemporary Japanese rooms have comfortable beds, plenty of electrical outlets and good lighting. Gion Misen is ideally situated for excursions to the beautiful surrounding neighborhoods and the heart of downtown Kyoto on foot and by short taxi rides to all corners of this magnificent city. Thank you for making me feel so welcome.
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L‘Hotel de Hiei
4.9/54 Reviews
Ohara/Kibune/Kurama
Kyoto
|7.52km from city center
Quietly standing in the arms of Bilao Mountain, the Yamano Food Inn has a Kyoto Station pick-up service (about 30 minutes drive) on arrival. The hotel is only 10 minutes drive from Yankee Temple. At 6 o'clock in the morning, the hotel organized a ceremony to the Buddha at Yankee Temple, and there was a shuttle bus to the temple at 9:15. The hotel serves breakfast and dinner. The menu is customized according to seasonal seasons. It is very exquisite. It integrates the food culture of Wuhu and Jinjiang with the French style. You can also taste Shiga local wine. The most intimate service on the departure day is to transport luggage to Kyoto Station for free, so that visitors can easily visit Bibu Mountain and Wuhu.
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