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600-8031 , 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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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 1936 reviews Very good
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Score from 859 reviews Excellent
Just a 7-minute walk from the JR Kyoto Train Station, the modern Capsule Ryokan Kyoto features smoke-free Japanese-style rooms and a spacious common lounge area.
Score from 584 reviews Excellent
convenient location walk distance from Gino ponto-chou
Good price and location, staff very helpful , able to communicate in english; provided everything you need from slippers, gowns and towels to hair dryer, tooth brush etc; separated elevators for men and women, different floors only for showers, men /women capsules; everything spotless clean and white, also silent.All in one, a 100% japanese experience
Air flow inside capsules is less
1) Keep luggage after check-out. 2) Good location
1) No LCD TV in the capsule. 2) The locker is small.
The staff spoke perfect English, the place is the cleanest place I've ever stayed in and had a star trek cool factor!
Nothing we didn't like, the price $20 is amazing!
The capsule felt like you're sleeping in a space shuttle. Make sure you read the sheet they give you, otherwise you will have difficulty turning off the lights.
The simplicity and cleanliness is impressive. Value for money.
Locker a bit small
The hotel looks futuristic. It s a good experience staying at capsule. The hotel is very clean and it s location is excellent. If you are taking Hankyu Line train, stop at Kawaramachi. This is a last station. Go to Exit 10. You will see 7 Eleven on your right once you are out from Exit 10. Walk pass 7 Eleven. The hotel is on the opposite site of 7 Eleven and beside Family Mart.
If you stay more than one day, you need to check out and check in again.
I just loved the place. Helpful staff, very clean, close to shopping and restaurants. Charming area!
It was just great!
Very clean. The futuristic feel. The bathrooms. I liked the pillow. The staff were very nice.
Other people's alarms. I was charged more than expected one day because it was a holiday. Possibly that broke this website's terms. Checking out each morning was an annoyance.
The space age theme commenced from the time you walked in the door and saw the glistening white lines and subltle lighting.
Overall enjoyed it but one little annoyance and 2 significants. Little annoyance and probably just part of the culture was having to check out and book in on each of the two days we stayed there. Also their credit card reader although it looked cool attached to an IPad couldn't read my VISA card. The two significants were that they had pictures of and advertised a large bath which was not operational when we were there and were told they "don't use it anymore" Th other significant, and yes I know its only a capsule hotel, was that we opted for the breakfast option on booking only to find that what that meant was a voucher for a coffee shop a kilometre away. The voucher redeemed a cup of coffee, 1 piece of cheese on toast and a salad. Overll though for the price and experie
Loved the provided nightgown!
Wifi connection was pretty poor in the evening. Mostly young male guests at the hotel and some of them were inconsiderate with their lifestyle/behaviour. Women guests quiet.
Clean showering facilities and bed. Location was good and staff was helpful. Very unique experience:)
Cannot bring your bag into capsule. This makes it inconvenient when taking showers etx as you need to go to another floor to access your stuff. Pillow was too hard...suggest you bring your own/ use clothes as a pillow.
Big Baggage locked
Really cool place, neat minimal design and the capsules had plenty of space for one person and were very comfortable.
Great for a one night stay, but any longer would be difficult as you must check out and back in each day. There also isn't a lot of space for large luggage, so you need to take out what you need for the night and bring it up to your locker.
The room is as beautiful as the picture! The staff is really kind. And the location is good as well. There is elevator inside. It's a very comfortable place.
but the only shortcoming is, the locker is too small for big luggage. And it's inconvenient of taking things in the suitcase because the locker and the bed is on the different floor.
The atmosphere was very sterile/futuristic which was fun. The pods looked great, the whole building was clean.
The door to the pod is a blind and so noise travels very easily. It's similar to sleeping in a huge space age dorm so if you can settle with that then you'll have fun. I wouldn't stay more than 1 night.
Its not bad. The pillow I got was a rock. Also you hear everything from the other pods. We only stayed one night but if you stay more than one night you have to check out and then back in. But if you want cheap and just need a bed with no thrills this is a good option.
The pillow was really bad. Used the blanket as s pillow.
The beds were very comfortable and the staff were efficient.
Leaving the bags at the front felt a bit clumsy as we had to go back and forth to get things out of them, but they were safe there.
why everyone should check out everyday?that was really inconvenience.
-The whole experience and ambiance -Staff had some good tips and knew a lot on what to do around. Good brochures and maps! -Mattresses wider than expected -One power outlet available in a capsule (bring your own Japanese adaptor though!) -Relatively clean facilities: amazing showers and organic soaps. Included: two towels, a toothbrush with some toothpaste and a pyjama dress that everybody has to wear. -Cheap price because it wasn't in the much touristic season: between Y1900 and Y2900/ night (=15 and 25 euros/night). -Amazing location: right in front of the shijo dori street (filled with all brands, from Starbucks to Lacoste) and nichiki market. Easy access from Kyoto station with buses or subway (Kawaramachi, exit 10!). Great place to find local restaurants close-by.
-Hard pillow, filled with beans or rice (?): Japanese style! Did not cause much problems for me as I prefer to sleep without pillow anyway. -No storage within the capsule: only two mini places big enough to put your key on. Don't think about bringing your purse with you in the capsule, unless you want to have it laying on your legs during the night! -Lounge not so cosy: need sofas or soft chairs instead of hard plastic ones. -Ofuro not working: the hot bath that exists behind the showers is there but is not working.... what a shame! -Lockers: I had read about the fact that they are small. Indeed they are not big, but my bag (a big Longchamp foldable one) still fit inside. Not suited for luggage. -JR-PASS HOLDERS: Kyoto is quite big as it is the size of Paris. However, the JR only goes around the southern part of the city. If you want to travel to all famous temples and shrines, be prepared to use bikes or actually, buses. One bus trop costs Y230 but you can buy a day pass that costs Y500!
convenience cleanliness cheap more room in capsule than first thought
needed a bit more space for luggage, otherwise great
Design is impressive, very helpful staff, very clean, safe and convenient. Great for solo female travellers
No large luggage lockers, be careful the sleep system wakes you
Have to check back in everyday
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