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606-8344 Kyoto, Kyoto, Sakyo-ku Okazaki Enshoji-cho 91 , Japan – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs JPY 2160 per day.
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged JPY 4320 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
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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Location is fine
No elevator Food is a joke (unhealthy) We payed way too much for a very simple room
On site Onsen.
Stair access only.
Everything was good. The location is not central but for my trip was very convenient. Quite, peaceful, no cars or something noisy. Futuristic lights (hidden adjustable lights) and automatic WC. The atmosphere was nice and pleasant. For the non-english speakers, they give a A4 paper with the basic info. It is good. When you are looking for a good place to stay, you have it. It is no fair or poor, nor great or excellent. Just good.
My PERSONAL opinion is that the bed was way too soft and it was hard to sleep. I was just sinking in there! :) For some reason the floor was frozen even though we had the A/C open for hours. Of course you have the free sleepers but I am saying the facts. It was not a problem but also not a positive! :P The stuff could not speak english (what a surprise) but I noticed that later because I live in Japan and I am used to that. The next sentence it is not negative nor positive. Everything was good, but just good. I didn't see any effort for something more. I am not saying that something annoyed me but I justify my evaluation. It is good.
It was neat to stay in a Japanese style guesthouse. However, there are others in the city that are much more authentic that I would recommend. The public bath is clean and enjoyable.
The food and coffee is a ripoff. $10 (us dollars) for two small cups was a joke. Others around the city are half that. We paid $80 for this place (Saturday night stay) and there are much better places for half that cost.
Very convenient and within striking distance of all tourist attractions
Staff was very nice. Several bus stops nearby.
Major attractions not in walking distance, you quite depend on public transport.
The staff was friendly.
The bathroom was tiny, and the room was crowded. The decor is very old and musty. Needs renovation.
Well-located to Higashiyama's main attractions such as Heian Jingu Shrine, Nanzenji, Philosophers' Path, and minutes walk to the subway and convenience stores. Nice public bath too.
Not value for money. Maybe it was peak season at the time of our stay, it was the most expensive stay among other hotels for our trip.
The Hotel is near to Higashiyama subway station and many tourist attractions eg : Heian Jingu Shrine,Nazenji Temple,Chion In Temple which is within walking distance. The staffs are friendly, helpful and replied my email prompty when I requested for late check in. The hotel is not very near to the shopping area but we love the tranquil surrounding very much. Will definitely return to this hotel if we travel to Kyoto again in the future!
The bathroom could be small for people who is taller and bigger size.
Proximity to Nanzen-ji temple.
No elevator, have to leave room key whenever leaving building, very small bathroom and uncomfortable beds, Overpriced for type of accommodation. Consider this more of a guest house than a hotel.
Old, smelly hotel. Very old bathroom, durty walls, brownish paints, and expensive. Needs a total rehabilitation
Was able to find a place for the night
The price for this place was outrageous, concidering you had to roll out your own futon. And there was nothing in the room. Just a tatami floor. Very dissapointed!!!
good location, you can visit popular spots by walk, also has Daiyokujou. Not far away from public transport,BTW, to subway station is twice distance than to bus stop.
the Japanese style room is not so comfortable, their futon is hard and thin, it is November but feel cold in the night, the shower is not so good, temperature is so hard to control, my friend complain the water is so hot or so cold
We stayed here for 3 nights. Staff are vey helpful. Location is good. Our room is bigger than expected. Really good value for money during the peak season. we enjoyed walking to some of the recommended places to go.
small bath room.
Hotel have a lot of visiting information
The hotel staffs are really helpful. One of the staff helped us to make a call to rent the kimono for our pre-wedding photoshoot as the staff in kimono rental store couldn't speak English. We are really grateful for his help. Please opt for the room in first floor because there is no elevator in the hotel. Besides that, the toilet in first floor comes with automated toilet.
Old fashion toilet in 2nd floor and dim light in the room.
I chose this hotel because it's near the two arts museums. Many temples and shrines are within easy walk.
The room is a bit dated.
The exterior and lobby area is very inviting and bright. The staff was friendly, helpful and spoke well enough English. We were constantly asking for directions and places to eat. The room was clean and they serviced the room daily. All the hot tourist spots were easy to get to by bus. Our favorite temple NanzenJi is walking distance. Many other shrines and museums are close by.
The room could use a little updating or even decor. I did not know what to expect exactly for a Japanese style room.
Location is near to bus stop and easy access around Kyoto. The staff is helpful. The room is clean.
Toilet is small which I think is the standard size for most hotels in japan.
Realised at the last minute that there was no lift. Requested ground floor room on arrival day morning. All sorted on arrival. The location was excellent along with the cost. Room cleaned daily with change of sheets/towels etc. Water was always hot. Staff on the desk were excellent.
The room was quite small for 3 adults (grandparents & grandson) the 3 beds just fitted in with a 2ft gap on each side. It would have been better if the large settee was not there. Not much room for suitcases.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. Room was clean, bed very comfortable. Seemed a bit far from the subway the first time we arrived (probably because it was dark and we were tired) but bustops are nearby. Excellent surroundings, very picturesque. Nearby 7 eleven
Room was a bit dark and musty, with stale carpet smell. Toilet very small compared to the other hotels we stayed in Japan (Another pair of friends' room was great though; awesome modern toilet, bright, and tiled flooring)
The place was beautiful and peaceful and we really had a relaxing vacation. The staff was always courteous, smiling, cheerful and helpful with giving directions for places where we want to go. Even the neigborhood was so friendly. The onsen or public bath was interesting and very relaxing before bedtime, I wish I had done it more than once. They provide a yukata for each of us and we had fun wearing it everyday. We were assigned to the 3rd floor and there was no elevator but it was no problem for us, the stairs was easy to manage. The breakfast was satisfying although it would have been more fun if they change it everyday. The commute to tourist spots was easy but you have to be open to a lot of walking. Wifi was fast!
There was not much that I did not like, as what we loved about the place more than made up for its shortcomings. Although it would help them and their guests a lot if they will update the rooms/carpets even a little.
We liked the location of this hotel, plus easy access to ride the bus. Laundry, bus pass, umbrellas and bikes.
The hotel facilities are old, and not that clean.