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Conveniently set in the Nakagyo Ward district of Kyoto, THE POCKET HOTEL Kyoto Shijo Karasuma is located a 13-minute walk from Kyoto International Manga Museum, 1.2 miles from Samurai Kembu Kyoto and... Incredible value — priced like a capsule hotel or hostel but single rooms with multiple beds! Awesome location and it’s brand spanking new; everything controlled with a tablet!
Conveniently set in the Minami Ward district of Kyoto, THE GARNET HOTEL Kyoto station is located 2.3 miles from Kiyomizu-dera Temple, 2.9 miles from Nijo Castle and 2.4 miles from Kyoto International... Great location next to Kyōto Station. Lots of shopping and stuff to do nearby. New facility that was very clean with free smartphone available for use, as well as other modern features like leg massages. Staff was fluent in many languages and very friendly and accommodating. Not only did they let us keep our luggage there for a night before our stay, they were also very kind to our toddler and even gave her a little gift when we left. We would definitely stay here again next time we’re in Kyoto.
Open from August 2018, IMU HOTEL KYOTO is located in Kyoto, 5-minute walk from Shijo-Karasuma Metro Station and Hankyu Karasuma Station. Loved staying here, the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. It was a hotel with a hostel vibe were everyone was invited to participate in activities and feel comfortable.
Located in Kyoto and with Kyoto International Manga Museum reachable within a 9-minute walk, Hotel Resol Trinity Kyoto Oikefuyacho provides a garden, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar. Very convenient since it's near Kyoto City Hall subway and Teramachi shopping district.
Offering air-conditioned rooms in the Nakagyo Ward district of Kyoto, Hotel Resol Kyoto Kawaramachi Sanjo is 2 miles from Eikan-do Zenrin-ji Temple. Location is great. Good facilities including laundry and all day coffee and living room. Clean and comfortable room.
Daiwa Royal Hotel Grande Kyoto is located just a 5-minute walk from JR Kyoto Station. The hotel is an 18-minute walk from Tofuku-ji Temple and 1.4 mi from Kiyomizu-dera Temple. I booked a executive room here and soon arrival we were taken to an exclusive check in, then taken to our huge room which has many facilities and many luxury amenities. The staff here are fantastic and really go out of their way.
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Nagi Kyoto Arashiyama features air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV in the Ukyo Ward district of Kyoto. Loved the convenience of the location, attentiveness of staff, room comfort and amenities and the...
2297 feet from Samurai Kembu Kyoto, Cross Hotel Kyoto is set in Kyoto and provides rooms with free WiFi. Located in the Nakagyo Ward district, the property provides guests with access to a restaurant.... Great location and very nice rooms and we liked the overall style of the hotel.
Open from August 2018, IMU HOTEL KYOTO is located in Kyoto, 5-minute walk from Shijo-Karasuma Metro Station and Hankyu Karasuma Station. Loved staying here, the staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
A 14-minute walk from Kyoto International Manga Museum, The Share Hotels Rakuro Kyoto is located in Kyoto and has air-conditioned rooms. Great room, very modern and spacious.
Featuring a garden, Tomoya Residence Hotel Kyoto is located in Kyoto in the Kyoto region, 2.6 miles from Sanjusangen-do Temple and 1.3 miles from Nijo Castle. I LOVED everything about Tomoya Residence Hotel. The accommodations were top-notch.
Located in Kyoto, a 15-minute walk from Samurai Kembu Kyoto, My K House has rooms with free WiFi access. Located conveniently in the Shimogyo Ward district, this hotel provides a bar. The location was fantastic. All the amenities in the room were wonderful especially when traveling...
Awarded two pavilions by the Michelin Guide 2019, Hotel Alza Kyoto is located near the Kamo River and within Gion District, a 2-minute walk from Sanjo Station. Great location, beautiful hotel, very smart. Staff were excellent, polite and efficient.
1.2 miles from Heian Shrine, Hotel Ethnography - Gion Shinmonzen is located in Kyoto and has free WiFi and concierge services. Located near Sanjo subway so easy to get there.
Conveniently set in the Nakagyo Ward district of Kyoto, THE POCKET HOTEL Kyoto Shijo Karasuma is located a 13-minute walk from Kyoto International Manga Museum, 1.2 miles from Samurai Kembu Kyoto and... Incredible value — priced like a capsule hotel or hostel but single rooms with multiple beds!
FUGASTAY Shijo Omiya is located in Kyoto, 0.7 mi from Kyoto International Manga Museum and 0.8 mi from Nijo Castle. It's a very nice stay in Kyoto. The place is amazing and the facilities provided are...
Attractively set in the Nakagyo Ward district of Kyoto, Hotel WBF Kyoto Shijo NISHIKITEI is located 2.2 miles from Kiyomizu-dera Temple, 1.5 miles from Samurai Kembu Kyoto and 2 miles from Shoren-in... New hotel, bigger rooms for Japan’s standard. Complimentary water. Close to metro station.
Open from September 2018, providing free WiFi throughout the property, the b kyoto shijo offers accommodations in Kyoto, just a 3-minute walk from Omiya Station and Shijo Omiya Station. Excellent location, spacious, comfortable and modern rooms, very clean, great facilities, shower was...
Daiwa Royal Hotel Grande Kyoto is located just a 5-minute walk from JR Kyoto Station. The hotel is an 18-minute walk from Tofuku-ji Temple and 1.4 mi from Kiyomizu-dera Temple. I booked a executive room here and soon arrival we were taken to an exclusive check in, then taken...
The Royal Park Hotel Kyoto Shijo features air-conditioned rooms with satellite flat-screen TV in the Shimogyo Ward district of Kyoto. Location, the room was rather large and we liked the bakery downstairs very much.
Well located in the Shimogyo Ward district of Kyoto, Hotel Kuu Kyoto is located 1.7 miles from Kyoto International Manga Museum, 2.6 miles from Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine and 2.5 miles from Shoren-in... Great location right in front of Higashi Honganji Temple.
Located in Gion district, just a 5-minute walk from Hanamikoji Dori, Kyoto Inn Gion The Second provides rooms with free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Great location - central but quiet. Clean, comfortable, very friendly staff and reasonable price.
22 PIECES offers rooms with free WiFi in Kyoto, in a prime location 1.1 mi from Tofuku-ji Temple and 1.8 mi from Kiyomizu-dera Temple. This 3-star hotel offers luggage storage space. Great location. Really cool foyer area. Room was good size and nicely decorated - Modern and funky.
Located in Kyoto and within 2 miles of Sanjusangen-do Temple, Yado Kiramachi features a garden, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi. Warm welcoming, excellent service My wife didn't feel well and the manager send sent us one of...
Well set in the Nakagyo Ward district of Kyoto, Kyoto Shinmachi Rokkaku grandereverie is located an 8-minute walk from Kyoto International Manga Museum, 1.1 miles from Nijo Castle and 1.4 miles from... The room was perfect. Large and comfortable. The bathroom was superb. Good location.
Located in Kyoto within 2.2 miles of Samurai Kembu Kyoto and 2.8 miles of Heian Shrine, Yutaka has rooms with free WiFi. Great location very close to Nijo Station. Easy to find and easy access to rail subway.
Located in Kyoto, a 16-minute walk from Kyoto International Manga Museum, Nagi Kyoto Shijo features views of the city. With free WiFi, this 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. Made the whole trip to Kyoto a 11 out of 10
Conveniently set in the Higashiyama Ward district of Kyoto, Hotel Ethnography - Gion Furumonzen is located 1.8 miles from Eikan-do Zenrin-ji Temple, 3.2 miles from Imperial Palace and a 14-minute walk... When we first arrived at the property, we checked in at the wrong sister hotel nearby (check your...
On average, it costs $96 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Kyoto for tonight. You'll pay around $137 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Kyoto will cost around $391, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Kyoto cost $137 per night, and 4-star hotels in Kyoto are $211 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Kyoto can be found for $403 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Kyoto this weekend is $284 or, for a 4-star hotel, $419. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Kyoto for this weekend cost around $871 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Efficient check-in, spacious room, very nice location. Tokyo tower experience shouldn’t be missed. Great place to stay. Very close to Kyoto station, including all the bus stations. Hotel staff are friendly and speaks good english.
Kyoto itself had a lot to offer and it was a great place to have as a base for traveling to other cities (get that JR pass and take the bullet train to many destinations). We stayed at Hotel Gimmond. An older hotel but the staff was wonderful. It was a short subway ride to Kyoto station. Reasonable price. There were 6 of us so we needed two rooms. 812 & 816. 816 had more room and was at the end of the hall. Bathroom was subpar. It's old and has some wear and what looks like mold, but doesn't wipe off. It's embedded or painted over. Not great, but not a deal breaker. The rest of the place was well maintained but dated. Beds were comfy. Pillows had a buckwheat side and were surprisingly relaxing and comfortable. We noticed a smokey smell and told the staff. It was taken care of promptly. To keep out noise and light, there was a sliding panel that closed off the window area. Eat where the locals eat. Transportation is efficient.
The hotel was exactly as promised. The staff was excellent, the room was clean but being so close to the Kyoto station made a world of difference. You can pretty much get anywhere on their train system but it can be a little overwhelming trying to figure out. I must say that the room was tiny. It was fine for sleeping but too cramped for just relaxing. But I re-iterate it was exactly as promised and you can expect no more. Had I to do it over I would have paid more for a larger room. The Japanese people could not have been more friendly, helpful and gracious. Don’t expect to find American style sushi in Japan. Sashimi seems to be the rule. Although after a few days you can only see so many Buddhist / Taoist temples, and there will be a LOT of walking! For some unknown reason they seemed to like building their places of worship up a mountain.
Yes, Nishiki Market is fun. Like somewhere OFF THE BEATEN TRACK? And to be away from the crowd for a while? If you have time to spare, why not take a look at another covered shopping arcade in Kyoto. The name in Kanji is 三条會商店街. It is 800 metre long. Unlike Nishiki Market, the shoppers you would see are mostly the locals. I enjoyed the leisurely atmosphere there, not hustling and bustling Kawaramachi. It is a place where the locals shop for their daily necessities and foodstuff. Some restaurants, coffee shops and tea rooms there as well. Not in a far flung corner. Look for Koin Dori on Google map. I stayed at Hotel Unizo on Shijo Dori. So I left the hotel, headed for Koin Dori by going west. Ｗalked to the other end of Koin Dori, the entrance is there. So you can have your Google search for 三条會商店街. You don't have to start from Shijo Dori. It depends on where you are. You may skip Koin Dori altogether. Maybe ask your hotel staff for assistance when you are there in Kyoto. Show them the name, figure out the time you would need and then see if you may like to have a look and if it is convenient for your other destinations of the day. I made it the first stop on one of the days, then to Nijo Castle, then to Nishiki Market and then back to the hotel. All on foot and in one afternoon. To prepare for my trip to Kyoto, I read a lot. It is not featured in the English guide books or the Chinese ones. I got the information from a blog by a Taiwanese. I would like to thank the writer for that. And now happy to share with you after I have been there myself. I would not say it is a must. It is not a UNESCO site. If you have the time, happen to be somewhere near, why not consider putting it on your itin. Thank you.
Awesome food lots of Temples to see, our Hotel was awesome and the location , very central in the shopping district Kawaramachi dori ,been to Kyoto before but never stayed in the Grand Bach hotel very helpful staff and very kind
My Husband ,12 yr old son & I, had 2x full days of sight seeing in Kyoto. Staying at the fabulous Brighton hotel only 2 blocks away from the imperial Palace , which made walking & bike riding access easy. We rode to the Ginkuku-ji Temple which was my favourite ,stunning Landscaping & gardens, even in the middle of winter.Then continued on our bikes to the fascinating Philosophers walk . Stopping at interesting shops & eateries along the way. Then back to the imperial palace for a guided tour in English .( make sure you take your passport & arrive 30min early to allow time to fill in necessary paperwork.) We ate at Kushikura which specialized in charcoal chicken. after a delicious buffet breakfast in our hotel we headed off to the Kinkaku-ji Zen Buddist golgern temple. Next walking to the Kyoto museum of fine arts, which was designed by Insho Domoto in 1966. The building is a work of Art in itself. Then onto the Ryoanji Temple which had amazing gardens, water features ,Rock garden & wonderful examples of tea rooms. Followed by the fascinating Nishiki markets were we had lunch. Back to the hotel for a hot bath, green tea and some R&R before catching a taxi ti the Gion area to see a Samurai Kembu performance boys got to handle the samurai swards. Finishing off our stay with a Teppanyaki BBQ dinner.
8.5 Very Good 6,267 reviews
Very close to the train station, bus stop to take you to Gion, to Nishiki Market, and particular train station to Arashimaya the Bamboo Grove, only 2 mins walk. Taking taxi from Kyoto Station only cost you around 1200-1300 Yen. The pastry for breakfast amazingly good, flaky. But need another choice than only croissant and danish. Good quality of coffee also. There’s 7Eleven just 1 minute walk from the hotel. A very local Ramen shop at the right side of hotel (they have english menu also!) Comfortable pajamas are provided.
9.4 Awesome 1,146 reviews
One of our best stays during our one month trip. The host is very friendly and helpful, he gave us an introduction to Kyoto and how to get everywhere from the hotel, plus he offers a free shuttle service to the station. There is a bus stop 3 mins from the hotel from which all mayor sightseeing spots are easily accessible, plus one day we rented bikes at the hotel. The room was spacious for the money and all appliances were very modern. We extended our stay for two days because we liked it so much! Very recommended
9.7 Exceptional 197 reviews
A lovely place to stay: a modern take of the traditional japanese house. Nice decoration, comfortable futon... Also the location is amazing, right around the corner from Yasaka pagoda and Ninenzaka street. Veru friendly host, he recommended nice routes and was very helpful and kid. Also, Himawari has the best bathroom and showers I have seen in Japan so far, better than most hotels. I would totally recommend it and it will be my first choice when I go back to Kioto.
9.6 Exceptional 136 reviews
This bis the best hostel I have ever been to. Nicely decorated rooms, clean bathrooms and the most important factor - the owners! They actually acted as a concierge and helped us to boom a table in a restaurant (and made several phone calls to do that), brought our baggage to Kyoto station and were super nice in general. They speak English, by the way. The best best during our stay in Japan (and we slept in ryokans and hotels too).
9.5 Exceptional 3,023 reviews
The hotel was very nicely decorated and built. It has everything you needed. The kitchen, bar, lounge room, even laundry room you can use for free. Public bathroom was very clean. Breakfast was really good for only 500 yen. You can use their bicycle for free even after you check out, the best way to explore Kyoto. Location is walking distance from subway station, Kyoto Imperial Palace and Gion area. Staffs were helpful too.
9.5 Exceptional 236 reviews
We were perfectly welcomed ahead of official check in hour by a soooo friendly and dedicated staf that prepared maps of recommended restaurants, bus and metro stations, recommended path to main sites, ... After this briefing you are ready to enjoy Kyoto!. Hotel is at walking distance from Gion and Ponto Cho areas. Coinlaundry is at five minutes, so as metro station. Our best experience during our trip in Japan!
9.1 Awesome 1,243 reviews
EVERYTHING! Friendly staff that spoke English. High quality throughout the hotel. Wonderful and large room (we had the Deluxe Hollywood Twin Room). The entire hotel is non-smoking. We actually cancelled accomodation at another hotel due to the smell of smoke at that one. This is the best hotel we have stayed at on our trip to Japan. And 5min walk to Kyoto Station. I highly recommend it. If in Kyoto stay here.
9.1 Awesome 2,817 reviews
Location is the best - just 2 mins walk from Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae station you can't miss it (take exit number 1, they even have the sign with the Hotel name at the station!!). Only walking distance from Gion and Nishi-ki market area, makes it very easy to enjoy Kyoto, even at night. Staff are very friendly and greet you every morning in the lobby as you go out. Check in/out process was a breeze.
8.7 Excellent 623 reviews
Everything. From staff, to facilities, location and amenities. If you take a bus from Kyoto station it will stop in front of the hotel. There is also a 7eleven & coin laundry close by. Gion and distinguised temples are at a walkable distance, while shopping and dining are even closer.
9.3 Awesome 823 reviews
It is the best location where you can visit all the tourists spot we planned. Also, it is a walking distance from the hotel to the train station just about 3-5 minutes walk. We loved the owned customized ofuru within the room itself. It is best for everybody specially couples.
8.8 Excellent 2,076 reviews
Great location, close to Kyoto Station. Hotel staff are the best; friendly, helpful and very accommodating. Restaurant built in so handy for breakfast, a snack or some drinks at night. Great place to meet people from all over the world
9.5 Exceptional 152 reviews
This was the best hotel we had in Japan. The room was very big in japanese standards, and the hotel was very comfortable and was located perfectly. Would recommend to anyone visiting Kyoto.
9.0 Awesome 2,420 reviews
Everything about this hotel is great! From check in to check out, localization, staff, service room... even the style of this hotel gives to you a unique experience. Best cost-benefit!
9.1 Awesome 1,367 reviews
Everyrhing! This was the best Hotel that we stayed in Japan! For the quality/price 5 stars!!! The hotel is very clean, very futuristic.. LOVE IT
9.0 Awesome 2,698 reviews
Perfect hotel in the best location in Kyoto. So easy to walk to sight seeing locations or train stations. Beautiful staff and very clean
8.9 Excellent 2,460 reviews
Great location, friendly staff and the best green tea I have tasted from a hotel provided tea bag.
9.2 Awesome 951 reviews
Walking distance from kyoto station. Breakfast and spa. Beautiful interior. Best hotel ever
9.5 Exceptional 216 reviews
A small boutique hotel, in a tucked away street but close walk to shops Gion & station
9.0 Awesome 1,638 reviews
The room was gorgeous, I had a view of the Kyoto Tower. Very beautiful at night. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom was stocked with great items. All very clean, staff was so helpful and polite.
8.4 Very Good 3,608 reviews
Location, staff, service, room size