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606-0913 Kyoto, Kyoto, Sakyo-ku Matsugasaki Shibamoto-cho 14-1 , Japan – Show map
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Heating, Air Conditioning
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 10 years is charged JPY 100 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Only a few steps from the Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae subway station, Hotel Gran Ms Kyoto features Western and Japanese rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 47 reviews Very good
Just a 7 minute walk from the Gion area, Khaosan Kyoto offers bunk-bed rooms with free Wi-Fi. Built in 2010, it features a stylish lounge, full kitchen and free-use internet terminals.
Score from 529 reviews Very good
Just a 5-minute taxi ride from JR Kyoto Train Station, Econo-Inn offers compact air-conditioned rooms with a balcony, a TV and an en suite bathroom.
Score from 208 reviews Very good
Opened in April 2013 with brand new facilities, Piece Hostel Kyoto is conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from JR Kyoto Train Station.
Score from 2506 reviews Wonderful
The place is outside of the city center and tourist sites, but the neighborhood is interesting as a result. The owner has a cat, but the place is clean considering. Remember to look at the subway map from the vantage point it gives for north, I got lost originally because I assumed North was up on the subway map. But the owner was lovely and came to meet me when I called to say I was lost.
- It was easy to find and easily accessible from both subway and city bus. - Good value and friendly manager.
The bed wasn't very comfortable but it's comparable to the beds at other places I've stayed at in this price range.
Kind staff, great price, close to subway station. We like to come back again.
Far from city centre, but close to bike rental.
Hostel is 2-3 blocks from the station in a quiet neighborhood. Lawson's is 4 blocks away. Private room with easy-to-set-up internet. The innkeeper was very friendly and helpful.
Walls are paper thin. The slightest noises made throughout the building (in the rooms above, below, to the sides of you, or in the kitchen), can be heard from any location, including your bed. There are signs that say "please be silent after 11pm," but every night there were people making food or washing dishes in the kitchen, or talking, or stomping down the hall on their way to and from the bathroom, including the innkeeper, making plenty of noise and keeping me up until 1am. My itinerary called for waking up at 7am, but I had to sleep in and skip certain sites to avoid being a zombie. If you're a light sleeper and need to get up early, don't stay here. Also, you can't walk to the hostel from downtown Kyoto and the last train back is about 11:30pm. A taxi back there from downtown was $30.
Private rooms, with straw tatami floors at a good price and all the facilities you need. Good value for money.
The decor is very, very dated, although it is generally clean, it is a little grotty and not a place you'll particularly want to spend much time in.
Cheap, good connection to all major sights (bus and metro).
Old and very used equipment, no close restaurants.
safe near the subway
The kitchen and other areas are really dirty and need a spring clean a general sense of unfriendliness
Location is good. The price is cheap.
The aisle is too narrow.
We had a great time in this very nice place. It's in a lovely and quiet neighbourhood, not really in the center but with the bycicles we rented it was really convenient. The lady manager is very nice and even gave us some money back because we almost didn't use the AC. The place is not fancy or modern, the kitchen is just what you need to cook a bit but we've had a feeling of living in Japan for a week, not just travelling around.
We don't mind the cats but, if you're allergic, it might be a problem The japanese toilet on the second floor was noisy and smelly.
Not convenient location: there is need for using some means of transport to get any sights that is not so cheap. There are also no any supermarkets near the guesthouse.
It was a private room for an somewhat low price for kyoto, but a clean hostel with good atmosphere would have been more worth it. The room was quite large for japan.
Bed bugs (saw one crawling), hair on my bed before I used it, weird old guy walking around all the time, bed is basically just a sheet on the floor, everything greasy, shower is gross, far from anything, no restaurants nearby, wifi stopped working for a few days.
Good kitchen, dress washing facility (200JPY), near subway station, cheap accomodation
it is only for who is satisfied with simple conditions
we could not sleeep, the owner did not mention on the booking page that they have cats! we have allergy to cats. the futon bed does not let you sleep. we had back pain for day. if you want to use aircon you need to pay extra 200 yen per day. I could go on and on... for us it was a nightmare
full kitchen facilities but nearest shop further than metro
location a bit too far from the city, futon very thin like sleeping on the floor, everything in kitchen covered in a layer of grease, one shower for whole hostel also very poor standard, landlady/manager quite crazy, walls very thin, got bitten by something
the owner is.a kind lady, she apologized to me and tried to.help me and finally refound me one night money, but i am sorry it did not help me to have the terrible experience.
the location is not good.but its not the point. the point is that it is.a really disgusting hostel. old, smelly, really green peace cos.it allowed all kind of insects living with you peacefully. i was terribly bitten by bedbugs! i cannot imagine it happened in japan. i never stayd in such dirty hostel even in vietnam, in cuba, in nepal, also tropical and humed countries and not very developed. well, it made me to see another face of japan. although the manager apologized to me and tried to.help me, and explained that was the fault of.another client. but anyway the hostel looks old and dirty absolutely. but it really affect my trip some days after. i could not sleep the second night all the night waking up. and the morning after i saw a dead body of another bedbug. for the same price i will really well treated in nara and osaka.
- Location was close to the subway - Cheap
- You had to pay for air conditioning and it was unbearable without it - The house has not been renovated since 1970s
I loved that it was in the suburbs of kyoto, close to the metro and with a few convenience stores a few minutes away.
It was a boarding house that also had short term renters. I didn't mind that because I was able to talk to people from other countries. The only drawback was that there were a few rules to follow in terms of keeping the place clean and when the door was locked at night. Other than that it was a great place to stay at.
Very cheap. Good for solo travellers, especially males.
Very far from the venter, but near a subway station.
Staff nice. You get what you pay for. Cheap for Japan.
Good position, 10 min by walk from Kitaoji (one of the main bus stations) and 3 mins from Matsugasaki subway station. The room was ok, big enough to fit 2 huge backpacks; tatamies, table and chairs. The owner ( an old japanese lady) is really nice and helpful.
The last day we left our luggage in the living room as we were supposed to leave kyoto late in the night. When we went to pick up the suitcases i found out somebody tried to open mine, breaking my locker.
Cheap, close to metro, kitchen and fridge access, spacious room. Good for value, can't find cheaper
Small upstairs bathroom and downstairs had a little bit of a cat smell
For the price it was excellent, but think of it more as a shared house. Not a hotel. There are quite a lot of house rules, but they are all very reasonable.
The manager was very fussy, but after check-in I realised she also lives there, so I understand why she put up all the notes and rules.
A bit hard to find the first time.
Friendly staff. Exellent location.
Cheap by Kyoto standards. Has 2 kitchens. Available clothes lines to hang clothes after washing in the washing machine. Still within the 1-day bus pass.
Notices pasted everywhere. Fussy but friendly manager
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