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Kyoto Tower Hotel - Kyoto Hotels

Kyoto Tower Hotel

721-1 Higashishiokoji Karasumadori, Kyoto - Map
"Very convenient to all transport "
We were welcomed graciously and rooms were clean, larger than we expected and well stocked.
Traveller from melbourne
Hotel San Crane - Kyoto Hotels

Hotel San Crane

264 Daigo-Cho, Muromachihigashiiru, Kyoto - Map
"Convenient & good size room "
We stayed at Hotel San Crane for 2 nights as couple. We really appreciated the more spacious room by Japanese standards (18 sqm), after struggling in other much smaller hotel rooms; there was a lovely view out to the nearby mountains; the staff were very friendly, helpful and most had excellent English skills; and the location was quiet with a few eateries and a supermarket nearby. There is also a hot bath on the 4th floor! It is a nice 20 minute walk to Kyoto Station where there is a plethora of eating/shopping options, and a range of buses available (clearly signed & located at the front of the station) to other significant sightseeing locations in Kyoto. When we arrived in Kyoto however, we initially took a taxi to the hotel which only cost about $10. Within a 25 min walking radius of the hotel, there are also a number of lovely temples and the Aquarium. It was also great to wander through the interesting back streets with no fear of gettting lost, due to excellent sightseeing signage in English . We definitely would stay here again!
Traveller from Australia
Kyoto Royal Hotel & Spa - Kyoto Hotels

Kyoto Royal Hotel & Spa

Sanjo-Agaru, Kawaramachi, Kyoto - Map
"Good hotel central location"
Room recently updated only criticism the bed was rock hard even by Japanese standards
A Traveller
Kyoto Tower Hotel Annex - Kyoto Hotels

Kyoto Tower Hotel Annex

595-1 Higashishiokoji Shichijo Sagaru, Kyoto - Map
"Great location"
Very close to Kyoto Tower and Kyoto Station, good staff, clean room but very small especially the bathroom. Got the complimentary discount tickets to visit Kyoto Tower which was a huge saving for our family of five plus discount tickets for the souvenir shop. Lots of good and cheap restaurants close by plus a big shopping centre within 2 minutes walk.
A Traveller
HOTEL UNIZO Kyoto Shijo Karasuma - Kyoto Hotels

HOTEL UNIZO Kyoto Shijo Karasuma

8 Kakkyoyamacho, Higashiiru, Kyoto - Map
4.4 out of 5 (52 reviews)
Kodaiko - Kyoto Hotels


266-5 Daikokucho, Kyoto - Map
Kyoto Century Hotel - Kyoto Hotels

Kyoto Century Hotel

680 Higashi Shiokoji-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto - Map
"Good location"
Tentative staff in attendence who gladly tend to your questions
Traveller from australia
Sakura Terrace The Gallery - Kyoto Hotels

Sakura Terrace The Gallery

39 Higashikujo Kamitonoda cho, Kyoto - Map
"Innovative hotel"
Small basic rooms , but space extended by large balcony. Rooms very clean and added touch of free welcome drinks every evening
A Traveller
Hotel MyStays Kyoto-Shijo - Kyoto Hotels

Hotel MyStays Kyoto-Shijo

52 Kasaboko-cho, Aburakoji Higashi Iru, Kyoto - Map
4.3 out of 5 (1,358 reviews)
Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto - Kyoto Hotels

Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto

579 Higashishiokoji-cho, Shiokoji-dori, Kyoto - Map
"Great hotel in good location"
We had one night to book for an extra stay and this was a perfect hotel in a very good location. It was right next to the Kyoto station, the bus terminal to all the attractions and was very quite and very clean in side, And we found the pricing to be very reasonable.
A Traveller

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    Accommodation In Kyoto

    The capital of Japan, Kyoto is the classy older sister of Tokyo and the know-it-all cousin of Osaka, which almost became the capital. Experience the country’s incredible nightlife, oldest traditions and best attractions all in one place—with our Kyoto accommodation, your Japan holiday can have it all.

    Things to Do in Kyoto

    Your trip will be golden with a visit to Kinkaku-ji, or Golden Pavilion, which not only gleams in the sun—it also seems to float on water. Channel your inner shogun as you walk through the temple’s gardens, then wish for good fortune at the coin toss. If it’s more temples you seek, accommodation near Fushimi Castle will suit you as perfectly as a samurai’s armour. Visit the grounds of this storied temple and learn about its history as a warlord’s retirement home (yes, even warriors need to retire sometime) and popular target of sieges.

    Still not feeling peaceful enough? At the Ryoan-ji Temple, which translates to “Temple of the Peaceful Dragon,” even mythological beasts can find their centre. While it’s home to the mausoleums of some of Japan’s great emperors, the real draw is the Zen rock garden. One of the best examples in the county, it’s also the most mysterious: no one knows who built it or what it represents, making it the perfect place to meditate on these questions.

    Getting To & Around Kyoto

    International flights to Kyoto are serviced by Kansai International Airport (KIX) in Osaka. Kyoto is about 90 km northeast, but you can get there quickly thanks to Japan’s excellent railway lines. Use the subway to hook up with the Shinkansen Bullet Train, which will get you to Kyoto Station in under an hour. From there, the subway can take you to popular attractions like Imperial Palace Park and Southern Higashiyama, with its geishas and temples. However, there are only two lines, so if your accommodation in Kyoto isn’t convenient to the subway, just catch a cab at the taxi rank outside the train station—easy!

    Best Time to Travel

    Cherry blossom season in the spring is a major tourist draw car, when Japan’s famous cherry trees are in bloom. Late March through May sees temps in the teens and low 20s and lots of clear, sunny days—perfect for sakura hanami (cherry flower viewing). Autumn is a great time to look for deals on Kyoto hotels after the tourist high season, and in November you’ll catch another stunning display of nature as the leaves turn. Winters are also relatively mild, and partiers will have a ball joining in the Japanese New Year celebrations around January 1st. Enjoy traditional o-sechi ryori at a fancy hotel restaurant, then get into hatsu-mode (first shrine visit) at one of the city’s grand shrines. Whenever you visit, Kyoto holidays are always a trip to remember.

    Ready to experience the yin and yang of Japan’s capital city? Check out Wotif’s selection of hotels in Kyoto, then get ready for temples, traditions and toasts with new friends—yours should be “kampai!”