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600-8031 Kyoto, Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku Teramachidori Shijokudaru Teianmaenocho 588 , Japan – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Lockers, Suit Press, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Until 10:00 AM
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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 2548 reviews Wonderful
Featuring unique capsule rooms with an LCD TV, curtain door and shared bathrooms, First Cabin Kyoto is 325 ft from Shijo subway station. A spa tub and modern lounge are on site.
Score from 440 reviews Very good
Recommended by the Michelin Guide, the Hotel MyStays Kyoto-Shijo is centrally located in Kyoto and is a 6-minute walk from Shijo subway station.
Score from 1525 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 549 reviews Very good
For the price this place is great. It is in a good location. Note though that it is in the main shopping area of Kyoto and not near the Kyoto Station. The capsules are roomy and the beds quite comfortable. Staff are polite and friendly and speak English. A unique experience.
The lockers for bags in the changers are not big enough for a reasonably sized suitcase. This means some people bring their bags into the capsule area. Unfortunately they also go through their bags in there which is quit loud.
The capsules tall people easily. Im 191cm and had plenty of room. Clean, good system.
Locker room and shower on different floor to sleeping area.
a unique experience feels very futuristsic
The hotel is well designed and feels a bit like entering a SF-film; especially the sleeping pods. Location is definately another plus, closest subway station is Kawaramachi, however Sjio (only two stops and directly from Kyoto station) is only a 5-10min walk away. Also you can enter the Teramachi shopping arcade, linking directly to Nishiki market, right across the main street. Which is especially usefull on a rainy day.
Having to leave your big luggage on the ground floor and only having a small locker on the top floor can be really inconvenient at times. Planning well ahead for the next morning seems to be the pro-tip here. Also the matresses are a little thin and the temperature inside the 'pods' can't be individually adjusted.
If you want have a capsule hotel experiece, 9 Hours is the best choice for one night. It has a futurist looking!
The pillows are terrible, too hard!
A cool concept.
Not very comfy.
It is too expensive to stay here.
A bit hard bed.
Location was good, and staff give useful information about possible routes to get to tourist attractions Capsules were surprisingly larger than expected and provided for very comfortable sleeping
There's a female only lounge but guys only get to use the small shared seating area on the ground floor The price was very excessive for such accomodation - about 7000 yen per night. However, this may be due to the fact we visited Kyoto during Japan's national holiday week in late November so be sure to book early if visiting in this period
Very organised, clean and comfortable for a capsule hotel; Easy to find and well located; Great overnight stay for short business trips.
Nothing negative - maybe lockers for bigger luggage
Everything.. it was clean, organised and convenient. I loved all of the little detail I won't spoil or give anything away..
Great location and very clean environment. The capsules turned out to be very spacious. Futuristic setting which adds to the overall unique experience.
no communal room (except for lobby area) for male and female. Also no tv in sleeping capsules.
Everything is clean and new Good wifi
Great location, generous 'capsule' space. Make sure you stay as little time as possible.
Capsule hotels in Japan are used mostly by locals, there is zero atmosphere and absolutely no chances of making any friends/interactions at nine hours.
unique experience. i would only do it for one night.
inconvenient when you have get your stuff on a completely diff floor but worth it to experience a cultural phenomenon the way japanese do.
I've been suggested to stay in a capsule style accommodation and I did! I got out to f my way to try it out, and it was worth it. convenience store right next to it, loved it.
I prefer staying next to the main Kyoto station, it's much more convenient to get around. To get to the main station from nine hours requires a good 15 minutes walk. The subway station closest to nine hours does not stop at Kyoto main station, it was a long walk to get back onto the Karasuma line.
The bed space is big. Before I was a bit concerned to feel claustrophobic. Luckily my concern was proved wrong.
The bed is a tad too though for me.
Great location, interesting experience.
That you have to check in and out for every night you stay
Program of hotel it's good!
public area quite small
Modern facilities; reception open 24/7
Mattress was very thin; also don't go if you tend to feel claustrophobic; locker is good for carry-on size luggage + a small backpack
I stayed because of capsule popularity in Japan but after one night I regretted it was only one. Capsules are big enough to sleep comfortably (I'm 1,79m) Own air con helps to keep peoper temperature and fresh air beside small space. quiet clean, a bit like from other world, bathrooms in overall very good experience and quality of sleep It's big hotel but I didn't have problem to get back my pijama the day after.
A bit too hard pillow
Too hot , ventilation not good
They have a cool sleep system.
The "lounge" area could be a bit better stocked (and also more power supplies). The capsules may need a bit of ventilation, can get stuffy.