Really enjoyed our stay at Hana Hotel. The staff were super friendly and very genki. The room was a lot larger than I was expecting -- pretty much western hotel room sized! Clean and well appointed. We made good use of the foot + calf massager.
Seikoro ryokan is amazing. Beautiful, spacious interior with wonderfully crafted items. Great interior design. Comfortable futons, wonderful bathroom with heated seat toilets with a variety of bidet settings and a great wooden bath! Service was superb. Our maid was always friendly and spoke English fairly well. Never had issues communication what needed to be addressed. I was amazed at the little things she would do... Like turn our slippers around the other way when she left the room so all we had to do was step into them when leaving. This is a great way to see Japan, I would recommend a 2-3 night stay.
This ryokan was established in 1831/ with the present building dating from a century ago. After passing through a traditional …More
Breakfasts are wonderful, providing a range of options including delicious miso soup and rice.
Staff were very helpful, allowing us to leave luggage early, and providing guidance and support throughout our stay. We greatly enjoyed their friendly hospitality.
The guesthouse was kept clean -- especially the shower, bath and three restrooms.
Ga-Jyun was generally a very pleasant place to stay. The only significant concern was second-hand smoke from the garden area time-to-time throughout our stay..
This is a great hotel for couples, and is in a great location to explore Gion and central Kyoto. The breakfast in the morning is tasty and convenient and the amenities are really top notch. My boyfriend loved the huge TV (even though we didn't watch it) as well as the beautiful canopy bed and built-in music system.
"Nice hotel close to both Kyoto old & new centres"
Room much larger than what we had in Tokyo, which is already a big improvement, and hotel is on a main street cabs can find, a few steps away from the nice river banks and next to both metro and railway stops.
It is not a traditional hotel, but rather a very small house near a temple, the national museum, and the Hyatt. It was very comfortable for my family. With the temple and hotel so close, no problem to catch a taxi ... And subway was on 10 minute walk away.
The shuffling of Geisha echoes in this quiet ward between the Kamo River and leafy Higashiyama Mountains. Arthur Golden's Memoirs of a Geisha takes place here in the Gion entertainment district. Visit during July for the Gion Festival. To the east, the high wooden stage of the Kyomizu temple floats above the canopy while traditional shops line the stone steps of Ninzaka and Sannzaka avenues below.
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