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out of 4 reviews
“Great Kyoto hotel”
This is a fine little hotel. I had a single room which was small but very comfortable. It had a refrigerator so I was able to keep milk for my morning tea, and wine and beer for happy hour! There was a kettle for boiling water. I did have to ask for the air conditioning to be turned on at the start of my stay and after that, no problem. I took a few extra hangers with me since I read there was no wardrobe and just a couple hangers on hooks on the wall. It worked out just fine. The hotel was so quiet and just a couple of minutes walk to a subway station. It's centrally located anyway so those with better legs than I could easily walk to the main downtown/shopping areas. I didn't have the Japanese breakfasts at the hotel (1,000 yen each) but walked to either a Starbucks or a lovely little French bakery for breakfast in the morning. There's also a good French restaurant just across the street from the hotel. I loved my little bathroom too! There are 2 computers in the lobby area for the use of guests (free of charge.)
“Conveniently Located Hotel in Kyoto”
The hotel is conveniently located, only two blocks from the subway station and near Nijo Castle and not far from the Imperial Palace. The rooms are small, as one expects in Japan, but acceptable.
“Good hotel for price”
The hotel was simple but clean and pretty nice. The room was a little small especially the bathroom but that might be typical for Kyoto (I have nothing to compare it to). The people at the front desk were extremely helpful and spoke enough English to be able to give us directions to various destinations. The location is a little far from all the tourist sites that we were interested in seeing but for the price it was worth it. And the subway while not as convenient as many cities does get you closer to the sites you want to go to. Overall it was a nice hotel and I would stay there again.
“Central location in Kyoto”
While the hotel felt quite dated, the room was sufficiently clean and also significantly larger than most of the other hotels I stayed in Japan. They did use a more dated physical key that you had to leave at the front desk whenever leaving the hotel, instead of the more standard key cards used at most hotels.