Cheap Hotels in Kyoto
A 5-minute walk from the heart of Kyoto’s beautiful Gion district, the entirely non-smoking Jam Hostel Kyoto provides free Wi-Fi throughout the property. It has a sake bar and offers air-conditioned dormitory and private rooms with shared bathrooms. Guests at Jam Hostel Kyoto Gion can sleep in a bunk in a shared dormitory-style room or choose a simple private room with a Double bed or a bunk bed. Rooms do not have a TV. A chargeable washing machine and free tea & coffee are provided. Luggage can be left at the reception. The hostel is 750 metres from Yasaka Shrine and a 10-minute walk from Kennin-ji Temple. Gion-Shijo Train Station is a 3-minute walk, from which Kyoto Station is a 10-minute train ride (transferring at Tofukuji Station). A cafe/bar is on the ground floor, and many dining options are available within a 5-minute walk.
Just a 7-minute walk to the Gion area, Khaosan Kyoto offers bunk-bed rooms with free Wi-Fi. Built in 2010, it features a stylish lounge, full kitchen and free-use internet terminals. Both private and dormitory rooms are available at Khaosan Kyoto Hostel. All are non-smoking, air-conditioned and have shared bathrooms. Kawaramachi Subway Station and Kyoto Takashimaya Department Store are a 2-minute walk from the hostel. Yasaka Shrine is a 15-minute walk. A flat-screen TV with DVD player is provided in the common area. Microwaves, electric kettles and other equipment is available in the free-use kitchen.
Near Kyoto Aquarium
Stop at Orient Gojozaka - Guesthouse in Kyoto - to discover the wonders of Kyoto. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, laundromat, kitchen, luggage storage, family room are readily available for you to enjoy. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, Orient Gojozaka - Guesthouse in Kyoto - caters to your needs.
Kamo River Kiyomizugojo - Guesthouse in Kyoto is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Kyoto. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, portable wi-fi rental, Wi-Fi in public areas, elevator, smoking area are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like television in bathroom, closet, towels, carpeting, television LCD/plasma screen. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Kamo River Kiyomizugojo - Guesthouse in Kyoto.
Ideally set in the centre of Kyoto, Guesthouse Maika offers air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a garden. This 2-star guest house offers a shared kitchen and luggage storage space. Samurai Kembu Kyoto is 2.5 km away and Tofuku-ji Temple is 2.5 km from the guest house. At the guest house, the rooms come with a desk. All guest rooms feature a shared bathroom, a hairdryer and bed linen. Popular points of interest near Guesthouse Maika include Sanjusangen-do Temple, TKP Garden City Kyoto and Kiyomizu-dera Temple. The nearest airport is Itami Airport, 47 km from the accommodation.
Located an 8-minute bus ride from JR Kyoto Station, HARUYA Umekoji is a 100 year old Japanese traditional townhouse with free WiFi access. Rooms at HARUYA Umekoji have air conditioning and heating. Some private rooms come with a toilet and a washbasin. There is a library lounge and a shared kitchen at the property. The popular geisha district, the Kyoto's main shopping street, Kiyomizu Temple, and Kinkakuji Golden Pavilion are within easy access. Guests can ask the hostel staff for travel information. Tofuku-ji Temple is 2.8 km from HARUYA Umekoji, while Nijo Castle is 2.9 km from the property.
Housed in a traditional wooden townhouse, HARUYA Higashiyama is conveniently located a 2-minute walk from Higashiyama Subway Station in the historic Gion area. Its friendly English-speaking staff can offer local tourist information. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. Featuring classic ambience, the hostel offers a dormitory room with bunk beds and Japanese-style private rooms fitted with tatami (woven-straw) flooring and futon bedding. Shower booths and toilets are shared with other guests. While staying at HARUYA Higashiyama, gusts can prepare their own meals in a fully equipped kitchen. Coin launderette and free-use internet PCs are available. Bicycles can be rented for a day to explore the local area, and luggage can be stored at the property. HARUYA Higashiyama is a 10-minute walk from Yasaka Shrine and a 15-minute walk from Heian-Jingu Shrine. Famous Kiyomizu Temple can be reached within a 10-minute bus ride. Kyoto Station is a 12-minute subway ride from the property. No meals are served.
Near Kyoto Tower
Set in Kyoto, 300 metres from Nijo Castle, Kumo Machiya Nijojo offers accommodation with a garden, free WiFi and a shared kitchen. The air-conditioned accommodation is 2 km from Kyoto International Manga Museum. The holiday home is fitted with 2 bedrooms, a kitchenette with microwave and fridge, and 1 bathroom with a hot tub, a hairdryer and a washing machine. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge. Kitano Tenmangu Shrine is 2.3 km from the holiday home, while Samurai Kembu Kyoto is 3.5 km from the property. The nearest airport is Itami Airport, 38 km from Kumo Machiya Nijojo.
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Hotels in Kyoto
The former imperial capital of Japan for more than 1, 000 years, the richly historic city of Kyoto is centrally located on the Island of Honshu. Nicknamed the â€˜City of Ten Thousand Shrines', it is the essence of traditional Japan, packed with religious architectural gems.
From Kyoto hotels you can explore centuries of glorious and atmospheric landmarks, starting with the exquisite Golden Pavilion, Kinkaku-ji. Marvel at the giant red gates at Heian Jingu and relax in the maple-shrouded surroundings of Tofuku-ji temple with its atmosphere of Zen purity. At Daigo-ji Temple you will encounter one of this magical city's world heritage sites. Known as the â€˜Temple of Flowers' and surrounded by astonishing natural colour in every season, this is an unforgettable place. The five-story pagoda Goju-no-to is now the oldest building in Kyoto. In a city said to house more than 1, 000 temples there are near endless possibilities for exploration.
The contrast between Kyoto and many of Japan's major cities is really dramatic. There is no sign here of the mesmerising ultra-modernism for which the country has become justly famous. Kyoto is all about authentic and ancient tradition, and not just through the glorious temples and shrines. Everyday life is imbued with the old ways too, which you can clearly see among the characterful traditional town houses and the timeless shopping streets with their little stalls selling tea, fish and tofu.
Being capital of Japan for 1, 200 years made Kyoto the kitchen of the Imperial Court, and high-ranking nobles inherited an incredible range of refined cuisines. That legacy is clearly evident in the city today. Eating out here is a unique, satisfying and multi-layered experience, from the pinnacle of Japanese culinary art known as kaiseki, to the pure, simple traditional dishes or ramen.
There are many speciality restaurants for sushi, tempura, soba and ramen, plus the city is also famous for its fabulous sweets, many of which are used in the Japanese tea ceremony.
Japanese cuisine or Washoku has attained such heights here, that in 2013, it was recognised as an intangible heritage by UNESCO. There is nothing intangible about the sensory treats that await you in the ancient streets of Kyoto.
Museums and galleries
With the whole city being a site of priceless heritage, it is no surprise to discover museums and galleries filled with rare and intriguing treasures. The Museum of Kyoto in the Central Area is a fine place to get your cultural bearings. There are permanent displays on city history, an excellent Fine Arts and Crafts Gallery and â€˜Roji-tenpo', a reconstructed Edo-Period merchant street designed for shopping and dining.
The Kyoto National Museum in the East Area is a grand establishment that displays, preserves and researches artefacts and treasures owned by temples, shrines and the imperial household. Here you can wander among more than 12, 000 precious and rare items of fine art, craftsmanship and archaeology.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Kyoto
What are the best hotels to stay in Kyoto?APA Hotel Kyotoeki-Horikawadori, Sakura-an and R&RUN KYOTO SERVICED APARTMENT & SUITES are some of the popular hotels in Kyoto.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Kyoto?The cheapest price for a double room in Kyoto is £15, offered by JAM Hostel Kyoto Gion.
What hotels are in the central Kyoto neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Kyoto are Hotel Honnoji, Kamogawakan and Ryokan Nissho-besso.
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