Ratings based on 401 Verified Reviews
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4.8 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Pittsburgh, PA
Very nice hotel.Posted Apr 19, 2015
We got an unexpected room upgrade to an awesome room with no additional cost. The room was fabulous.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom T
Room upgrade was very nice. Staff are friendly.Posted Apr 13, 2015
Great room and staff was friendly and helpful. Room upgrade was awesome.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom London
Good option in KyotoPosted Apr 11, 2015
Pros: Location, convenience service.
Cons: The breakfast is very crowded, and food quality could be improved.
Location: Very good location. Close to some of the nicest temples, commercial roads and the train station. Walking distance to several nice places to walk.
The hotel is very well located. Near the train station, the river and a few of the nicest monuments and the Kyoto National Museum (a must go). While not luxurious, it is comfortable and one of the few options in Kyoto. A Ritz Carlton has just opened and a Four Seasons is being built near the Hyatt. Prices are very high given the small offer of good hotels.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom New Zealand
Best place to stay in kyotoPosted Mar 10, 2015
We stayed here for our honeymoon. Everything about this hotel is perfect. From the location, service, room service, rooms, everything. We even recieved a bottle of wine and chocolates for our honey moon with a personal note. This hotel made our stay in kyoto so good. Very modern rooms and great feel about the entire place.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom australia
Beautiful hotel, slightly inconvenient locationPosted Mar 5, 2015
This hotel was absolutely beautiful and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. It is in a very convenient location for sightseeing. The only downside is that it is not near to restaurants and the centre of town, although there is a very convenient bus service that takes you to kyoto station area. So if you don't feel like venturing far for food after a day of sightseeing, the hotel is the only option and it is a bit expensive (although delicious).
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom 横浜
思っていたより便利ですPosted Mar 3, 2015
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Western Australia
The ultimate Kyoto hotel.Posted Mar 3, 2015
Pros: The staff, the rooms, the ambiance were all exceptional in this hotel ... and were beyond our expectations.
Cons: The espresso coffee at breakfast could be improved.
Location: Opposite the Kyoto Nation Museum and close walks to superb temples ... this hotel is an ideal luxury base in Kyoto.
We really enjoyed our stay at Hyatt Regency Kyoto - the hotel surpassed all of our expectations. Room sizes were very generous and the staff were exceptional, especially the new executive chef Ettien, who made our party feel very welcome and relaxed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Chile
Close to National Museum and Sanjusangendo shrinePosted Mar 1, 2015
Pros: Price, location.
Cons: Bathtubs are really smalll.
Well located. Across street from Sanjusangendo Shrine and National Museum. Not far from train station. Very good and not so pricey italian restaurant inside if you want a break from japanese food.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Alberta, Canada
Fantastic Service, Incredible Human Beings.Posted Feb 23, 2015
While the hotel itself was truly quite beautiful, giving a modern twist on traditional Japanese decor, it was the fantastic service that the Hyatt will be remembered for. The location was quite great and it was a short, cheep taxi ride to and from kyoto station. 10/10 would recommend.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom New York, NY
Great stayPosted Feb 16, 2015
Fantastic hotel. Loved my stay. Room was excellent and staff friendly and helpful. Easy access to sites and Tokyo station by different bus lines, or about 15-20 min walk. The Sanjusangendo temple next door was awesome - don't miss. Kyoto is an enchanting place! Must sees are the Gion district, Ginkaku-ji, Kinkaku-ji, the Bamboo Grove at Arashiyama, Fushimi-inari, and Nishimi market.