Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Paul from London
Cheap, good location.Posted Jul 21, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Business Travelersby PM from Tokyo
DecentPosted Jul 21, 2014 on Hotels.com
Depends what you're looking for, but assuming you're only after a cheap place to stay (hence you're reading this), this place is pretty good. During my stay i had no problem. You'll get a robe, towels, toothbrush and shaver. Very good location.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
convenient location with grocery stores ...Posted Jun 30, 2014
Seven Eleven nearby in which i can withdraw JPY cash;close to bus stops ; a lot of attractive spots near by; Staff speak poor English; If you want save money and get Ok facilities , it is a not bad choice.
for Familiesby Reymond from Switzerland
Fantastic for this pricePosted May 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
I was very surprised by the quality, the cleanless and the well positioned in Gion for this cheap price. We had a 4 tatami bed room.
for Studentsby James from England
A cheap & basic accomodation.Posted Nov 22, 2013
Pros: Clean, tidy, good facilities. Simple.
Cons: Check-in time states 13:00, but it is actually 16:00 !? Hard matress. could be a little cold.
Location: Good location. Near to many tourist attrations (temples, shrines, zen gardens). Good transport links. 30 mins walk from train station, or 15 min bus.
It is as expected. Relatively cheap and basic. Very clean and tidy. I stayed here for 5 days/nights. I would recommend this place more for a night or two as its not the most comfortable (matress-wise) and it can be a little noisey as you are close to your neighbours (on one night my neighbour was a heavy snorer, which kept me up for a lot of the night). Generally you will find this place is used for one night by Japanese business men who have missed thier last train/bus and need somewhere to sleep. Fresh linen daily, including towel and toothbrush.
Recommendedby Lindsay from Phoenix, Arizona
Great affordable optionPosted Nov 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Amenity Hotel has the basics covered. We stayed in a private capsule room with private bath, and it suited our needs. Tidy, clean bedding & bathroom, close to Gion and other picturesque areas. A great value.
for Business Travelersby Alison from Washington
Amenity is AwesomePosted Sep 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
The helpful man who runs the hotel let me use the phone to coordinate tickets in Tokyo and let us use umbrellas, gave us directions and was generally great. Our private capsule room which had two bunk bed style capsules and a private bath with a shower and tub was also equipped with a nice seating area a desk a tv which was nice to not have the only place to sit be on your bed! There was a small onsen on each floor complete with toiletries and hair dryers and looked newly installed. Clean. And the best part, a view of a five-storied pagoda and a white Buddhist statue from the window. Windows open, or A/C always comfortable. We stayed for four days and had great access between the busses and subway system. A deal for sure if there is two or three people. Capsule experience but with privacy!
by Abhiram from Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
Will not stay at a "Capsule" hotel again.Posted Apr 10, 2013
Pros: It was close to the Kiyomizumichi bustop
Cons: Couldn't take a good bath
Location: Its in the central south east of Kyoto. Not a bad location, but good food shops are a bit away from here.
Faced several issues such as bath water not hot enough, bathroom too small (shared bathroom, but not quite enough for all the rooms combined), Cubicle or "Capsule" small and cold, cannot control the temperature inside it. The restaurant below could not be used when I tried to have a dinner there as it was "Kashikiri" or fully rented out. Hardly able to connnect to the Wifi and not entirely "Private" capsule. Overall a bad Capsule Hotel experience.
for Getaway With Friendsby Vincent
Walking distance to the temples...Posted Nov 21, 2012 on Hotels.com
Just 1 min walk by taking bus 206. The hotel is on the opposite right of the bus station. The hotel is also kind enough to check-in us earlier instead of the standard check-in time. There is no proper place to store your luggage, so don’t leave anything valuable behind until you get into the room. Recommend to get a private room with attached bath room if you travel in 3 to have more privacy.