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600-8034 , Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku Kawaramachi-dori Matsubara-agaru Kotake-cho 375 , Japan – Show map
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Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and costs JPY 300 per 24 hours.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and charges apply.
Vending Machine (drinks), Laundry
Heating, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 403 reviews Excellent
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Score from 143 reviews Very good
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Score from 841 reviews Very good
|Schmied Nishinotoin - Guest House In Kyoto is located a 10-minute walk from JR Kyoto Shinkansen (bullet train) Station. Free WiFi access is available in all guest rooms.|
10min walking distance to gion
- Shared shower room is tiny, dirty - Only one staff works here - Use old (looks like 80s) gas stove and it smelled gas a lot! - And it gas was not full, it turned off in the middle of night - You enjoy fresh air from cemetary in the morning. Damn, next to this ryokan was graveyard and I found that in the morning. - Seemed like room was not cleaned for 2 years. TV (12 inch old old TV) was covered with dust. - Staff said there's error with card reader and took cash. - Don't think this place is "Ryokan", thinks it is japanese dormitory with private room & shared restroom/shower.
The location was Hood And near to the ventre of the city.
Dusty, dirty and the customer doesn't speack english at all. The price wasn't wortz the price! We are backpackers easy going, but that place was over any expectation! It should cost way less!
You can train your immune system by fighting against their dirtiness.
At least it was the worst hotel I have so far experienced not only in Japan but also in the world. I have never imagined that such a hotel existed in Kyoto. The room was dirty, and I was annoyed by bed bugs on the floor. The toilet was terribly dirty, and even not equipped with room light. It was simply in darkness at night. Bathroom was not available, and they forbad to use water in the room. At that day it was so cold in Kyoto, but they provided tiny amount of fuel for heating, and heating was running out after a few hours use. There was no hospitality in the hotel. It was rather surprising for me thinking of general kindness and hospitality of the Japanese people. I do not recommend this hotel to anybody.
It is very well located and close to J Cycle where you can rent a bicycle from 700 yen. I liked the room, tatami floor and traditional style facilities everyday they bring tea and a cookie the wifi has good speed (around 10 mb/s) but it failed several times but not that often and when it happens you have to go down and tell the manager to fix it. It is a great option if you are on a budget and want to experience the Japanese traditional accommodation
The shower was very dirty, when they brought DT they didn't lock the room so every time I came back I found my door unlocked which got me a little worried but nothing happened at the end. The staff is only one person and he is not that friendly but he gets his job done
Location Very quiet place
Cleanliness Staff lack of communication
The toilet. The smell of the room. The front desk. I have experienced stayed in other Ryokan in Kyoto, it's cheaper and cleaner that this Ryokan.
Location is ok
Dirty bathroom, Dirty toilets, Not alone in the room (i killed a big cockroach....) Aircon stop at 10:00am... Cannot control aircon Even for a cheap price, i do not recomend. Better to go to hostels with dormitory
Nothing was good
Dirty place, unfriendly owner, the bathroom and toilet were terrible. Bad wifi in the room. All the other bad reviews are true!
Tea and a sweet was brought to the room at approx. 3pm everyday.
The air conditioning shut off at approx. 10am, leaving the room incredibly hot. Also, visitors are not able to control the air conditioning themselves. Assumably from when tea was brought to my room in the afternoon, I found my room unlocked when returning in the evening every single day.
The location is 2-3 blocks down from from Downtown Kyoto so it was perfect for seeing some major sites!
I did not like the communal bathroom/ shower situation. Not that I mind sharing, I just did not prefer this one as it did not look clean. Good thing I was only staying for one night! Also, the wifi kept going in and out and eventually didn't work anymore. The actual room gave me the feeling of sleeping in my grandmother's attic. However, this being my first stay at a tradition Japanese ryokan, maybe I'm overreacting.
Room was located near the toilet.
The shower room was located below, in the basement, where it was creepy.
Nice location and, somehow, ryokan feeling with kimonos and all the other stuff.
The place was last cleaned when the Kinkakuji palace was designed, the steps in the staircase made us think of Inari mount was a funpark and when left we were not allowed to left our luggage beyond 13:00. Other than this... THEY HAD KIMONOS (not sure when they were cleaned, though). And tea and biscuits everyday.
The location was excellent. Not too far a walk from the old district, shopping centers, or Kyoto Station. Lots of good restaurants nearby.
The Hotel was one of the filthiest places I have ever been in. It looked like it hadn't been dusted/swept/vacuumed in years, there were stains all over the floors, the bedding was dirty, the shower had black mold all over it, and the toilet leaked so urine got all over everything. Even the teacups in our room were dirty.
very quite. Good location, busstop nearby. Heater in the room.
No possibility to buy or make coffee/tea in the morning.
The location was just a half hour walk from kyoto station and there were many things to do in the area.
The bathrooms were disgusting. They smelled terrible. There was just one shower for all to share and it didn't stay on as you showered. Also all the lights were off in the hallways to save energy, which does not create an inviting atmosphere.
i arrived quite late for check-in (11pm) but the host didn't sleep and wait for me to arrive to hand me the keys and show me around
Traditional style is interesting.
The space is kind of limited.
It was very dirty, dark and in parts dangerous
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