This large, spread out complex sits atop the Higashiyama area, one of the best locations for sightseeing in Kyoto. The hotel is used to foreign guests. Rooms are clean and well maintained, however there have been rumblings amongst the guests that the standard rooms are becoming a big scruffy. The deluxe rooms are a major step up but come at a steep price as well. On the negative side, the breakfast room is dimly lit and there have been complaints of poor service.
This four-star hotel is located in the historic part of Kyoto, overlooking the ancient capitol of Japan, featuring everything needed for a comfortable stay.
There are many types of rooms, several business facilities, a lovely teahouse, a swimming pool and a wonderful Japanese garden.
Every guest room includes tea and coffee facilities and Wi-Fi.
The hotel has many restaurants, so don’t miss the opportunity to taste different national specialties.
Year renovated: 2007.
Number of floors: 11.
Number of rooms: 499.
The rooms are bright, and cozy, offering spectacular mountain views.
Tea and coffee facilities, cable TV, a DVD player and Wi-Fi are also at guests’ disposal.
The hotel has deluxe rooms (king size bed) and superior rooms (king size bed and queen size bed). There are also rooms and facilities for people with disabilities.
The breakfast is included in the room rate.
The hotel offers various restaurants, including the shabu shabu restaurant and the Japanese restaurant, serving the Kaiseki meal.
Besides, the Teppanyaki restaurant is also a wonderful place to enjoy a meal.
The guests are invited to have a cup of relaxing tea at the ancient style teahouse.
The people traveling on business can attend the business center with spacious and fully equipped meeting rooms and Wi-Fi.
There are a number of leisure facilities in the hotel: two swimming pools, a gym, a Japanese garden, and a spa and wellness center with a range of massage services, some tennis courts, several lovely restaurants, bars and a teahouse.
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