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My husband and I stayed here in June 2017. The hotel is relatively clean but the room is tiny, the width of the room is literately when you stretch both arms. There is barely enough space to put two 24 inches suit case. Toilet is...More
Good location, nice decoration, no noise. Nice buffet as breakfast as well. Staff very helpfull and gentle. The Spa is also cool but separate male and female. Wifi works very good. Nice view on the Kyoto station and bus station.
- Great location, located right across from Kyoto Station
- Free Breakfast Buffet, had a nice selection of western and Japanese options, also free ice cream and sparkling wine at the buffet also
- Free wifi in rooms
- bathroom quite small
Stayed in the 'Standard Double Room / Double room' between 12-15 May 2017. I shan't comment on price as I believe they fluctuate in different seasons of the year. But it was actually one of the more affordable ones we found compared to ryokans in...More
Excellent location opposite train station. The staff are really friendly. Rooms are large and comfortable. The breakfast is excellent with a large choice. The hotel also offers a restaurant and access to the viewing tower and bar with a discount for hotel guests. An excellent...More
US$86 - US$299 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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