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Located in Kyoto, 0.8 mi from Kyoto International Manga Museum, RAKURO Kyoto by THE SHARE HOTELS features air-conditioned accommodations and a bar. Good service.I forget the time of checking out is ten. Thanks the hotel didn’t charge for my late.
Conveniently located a 1-minute walk from Marutamachi Subway Station, Noku Kyoto features a 24-hour concierge service, a café and free WiFi access throughout the property. Amenities fabulous. Perfect location for all of Kyoto interests. Larger rooms.
In a prime location in the Kamigyo Ward district of Kyoto, THE JUNEI HOTEL Kyoto Imperial Palace West is located 1.1 mi from Kyoto International Manga Museum, 1.1 mi from Nijo Castle and 1.3 mi from... 💯Everything is perfect, we stay in one day with my family 10 people, it’s a wonderful night with ten...
Boasting luxurious guest rooms with each unique design, The Screen is a boutique hotel located just a 3-minute walk to Kyoto Imperial Palace. Jingu Marutabashi Train Station is a 7-minute walk away. Everything was perfect, our room was the biggest room on our Japan trip, the design of the whole...
Hotel Rubino Kyoto Horikawa is located in the Kamigyo Ward district in Kyoto, a 5-minute drive from Imperial Palace and a 4-minute drive from Nijo Castle. Private parking is available on site. We booked the japanese style room not being away this meant sleeping on mats on the floor.
Well located in the Nakagyo Ward district of Kyoto, hotel MONday KYOTO MARUTAMACHI is set 1640 feet from Kyoto International Manga Museum, less than 0.6 mi from Kyoto Imperial Palace and 0.7 mi from...
This place is so peaceful and Beautiful, I have spent much time here also visit the private gardens within the grounds walk up the main pathway then its to the right you must have your passport and you have to book there, these gardens are fantastic
The palace is no longer used and all the buildings are closed. You can walk around the grounds and see the outside of the buildings but that's about it. Considering everything else we saw this was a let down.
Imperial palace was amazing. We paid for a palace guide at the palace entrance and so glad we did pay for the guide. The guides english was very good and pointed out so many subtle things we would have missed. Guided tour of the Palace was the highlight of our trip to Kyoto :-)
The palace itself was undergoing renovations at the time we went, so we could not go inside. However, we were allowed to walk the grounds and they were beautiful and so peaceful. We were able to see a few cherry blossoms, though it was cold.
Closed during my stay for Monday thru Wednesday, but open for Japanese dignitaries (which makes sense). But not very good if you only have a limited amount of time. So plan accord. Property is massive.
Properly check the schedule when the Imperial Palace open. unfortunately during our visit, the palace closed. however it is still nice to stroll around the garden area which very wide and beautiful in autumn.
A small apartment with very simple cooking and laundry capability and a wonderful deep bathtub. Plenty of room for our stuff, not cramped. Three bus lines from Kyoto Station (4, 17, 102) stop right in front. Recommend getting a daily bus pass when you arrive. Located right next to Imperial Palace grounds. Contrary to most tourist guidebooks, the Palace is open on a walk-in basis without a reservation, maybe because of the Olympics, and since you can't get into the Tokyo palace, this is your chance to see what one looks like -- amazing.
Very nice boutique hotel in central location. Apartment-like rooms with separate bedrooms, living room, and fully equipped kitchen, suitable for families and extended stays. Very clean and quiet. Fast and secure WiFi. Great water pressure. Very safe property and neighborhood. Several good restaurants and public transportation in walking distance. Kyoto Imperial palace and Nijo Castle in walking distance. Central market and shopping district 15 minutes by public transport.
This hotel was booked fairly last minute when I realized I had forgotten to add a second night at our ryokan. The price was right and the location/hotel quality surprised me. It was walking distance to Gion and the Nishiki Market. It was a little bit farther to sites like the Imperial Palace, but it was comfortable with great staff. I loved walking northeast of the hotel into the narrow streets along the river that was full of lovely places to eat.
Ken and his assistant were very helpful. Our GPS got us a little lost as we approached the property & Ken came out to meet us & guided us the rest of the way. We are a family of five & had ample room to spread out. We parked our car at the property & used public transportation the entire stay. There’s a few decent restaurants near the property & the Nijo Castle & Imperial Palace are in reasonable walking distance.
Small hotel near the heart of Kyoto - between the Nijo Castle and the Imperial Palace. The room was excellent, modern and clean - what I would expect from a 3.5-4 start hotel, with a traditional Japanese sitting area (not all rooms have this). Staff was friendly and very helpful - they showed us what the "must see" spots were in the city. Breakfast was supplied by a local café less than a block away, with superb coffee.
Great value and amazing location. It is a gorgeous and luxurious hotel (+ free coffee in a beautiful "living lobby"). We were surprised it was this cheap: highly recommended. Rooms are beautiful and the location (next to Teramachi and Kawaramachi, close to Sanjo, the Imperial Palace and the Kamogawa river) is simply perfect. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We could also check-in around 1PM. Highly recommended.
Japanese breakfast was superb. Staff were warm and friendly and accommodating. Location right near subway and Imperial Palace was great. Bathroom/ofuro was very nice. Absolutely recommend to anybody and would be delighted to return to Kyoto and stay here.
This property is in a great location, walking distance to the imperial palace