If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Kamigyo, look no further than Hotel Kyoto Garden Palace.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Kamigyo, Hotel Kyoto Garden Palace is located a short distance from Gojo-in (0.6 mi) and Zuishunin (0.6 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Kyoto Garden Palace features a 24 hour front desk, shops, and a gift shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a lounge. If you are driving to Hotel Kyoto Garden Palace, parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Blanc Pierre, A la Chalamont, and Chez Shino, which are some French restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Kamigyo, check out one of the historic sites, such as Kyoto Imperial Palace, Gyogan Temple, and Koshoin Temple.
The staff at Hotel Kyoto Garden Palace looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We came across this hotel since we wanted to stay close to the Imperial Palace which was one of the main sites we had on our to do list for Kyoto, it's literally across the street. However, if you are more interested in the Gion part of Kyoto, this will be too far away unless you do not mind paying for a taxi. The hotel is rather unassuming, nothing really stands out about it which in itself is a plus, it simply depends on what you are expecting from your hotel stay. We appreciated the efficiency of the staff and how quiet it was. Rooms feel a bit old and are quite small including the beds, at least the one we were assigned. Mind you, we booked at the last minute and Kyoto was rather full so there may be bigger room types. However, we only stayed in our room to sleep and, again, this is a very quiet hotel even when full so this is appreciate to rest after a day of long walks in Kyoto. Breakfast has both Japanese and Western options which will ensure you are ok to start off a day of exploring.…
I really enjoyed my stay here. Stuff is super friendly, rooms are equipped with everything needed. Cleaning of room is great. I stayed in smoking room and it has smell of smoking there. Please be aware of it. Hotel is near all sightseeing. I highly recommend!
Stayed a total of six nights hotel booked by travel agent in Sydney, requested a three star, which hotel is rated as but could pass as a four star. Took the breakfast option when checked in 1250 yen per person well worth it, option of Japanese or Western breakfast, brought to your table when ready on a tray, help yourself to drinks. Staff very welcoming, always ready to provide you with directions and maps, would book tours when requested. Ten minute walk Marutamachi subway station, directly opposite Kyoto Imperial Palace which was worth the visit, comfortable walk to Nijo Castle. Ten minute walk to family mart and McDonald's. Our room was spacious complete with double bed, sofa, medium size flat screen TV, fridge, electric jug and two varieties of green tea. Bathroom small but functional, all toiletries provided including razor, hair brush toothbrush. Room serviced daily, option to have bedding changed or not daily. Retractable clothes line over bath if you need to rinse clothes. Definitely recommend this hotel and would stay here again.…
The Hotel rooms were very comfortable and a good size as well. All lights and AC operable from a bedside control unit. Breakfast consisted of a choice of Japanese or European and a smaller european choice. Like most breakfast at hotels, help yourself to tea, coffee and juice. The hotel is very clean and the staff were very attentive. The location is ok, around a 10 minute walk from the nearest tube station and en route, you can find French, Irish and Japanese fayre. Tried them all and not disappointed once. Once you get to grips with your location, it wasn't too bad at all. Would I stay here again, yes I would. Its a quiet hotel and that suited us just fine.
Beautiful hotel in a convenient location (across the street from the Imperial Palace as well as being within walking distance of shops and restaurants). The hotel staff was wonderful. We would definitely stay here again.
I really liked this hotel. Staff was super polite and gentle, the hotel is beautiful and clean, it even has some vending machines inside, which is great so you don't have to go outside to buy some beverages. Best breakfast I had in JP. The continental and the Japanese one. The location is good, but you have to walk some blocks to get to the subway. It's in front of one of the Imperial Palace's entries. It's in a residential area so you can see people living their lives while walking on the streets around. It was a good experience, I really enjoyed it and recommend it. If I ever get to return to Kyoto, I would certainly stay in this hotel.
Nice room, fairly nice view, no problems. However, the breakfast was really disappointing. Considering how much money we paid to stay here, it was way too small and the food and drink on offer was seriously limited. No green tea! We’re in Kyoto! Plus, the cups for tea were so small I couldn’t have a decent cup of tea. The salad had tinned corn in it etc. Lovely garden view in the restaurant, but they should offer a buffet style considering the price. I left feeling hungry, cheated and disappointed. A shame really as the hotel itself is quite nice and I’d recommend it other than the rubbish meal.
Over all this is great, But for a touristic way of view or mine, its you have to speak more english please, in my mother country it is standard in the turistic areas, it is Hard to comunnicate, the Room is great, big, compared to others in this country, a few steps of the imperial garderns, and about 10 min walk for the subway, quick check in , great service people, very helpful overall all, Just it is dificult to speak with them, great bec very comfortable,
Because of disabilities,I requested a barrier-free room to share with my granddaughter for a conference, and we got a very large room. Service was excellent, even when the employees didn't understand much English. They were kind, patient, and eager to help. I saw no one smoking within the hotel the entire week we were there. Beds were clean and very comfortable. It is located right across from the beautiful Imperial Palace site. Lots of temples and restaurants within walking distance.
I wouldn't stay here again because there is no reason to stay so close to the former Royal Palace in Kyoto; the visit can be accomplished on a half day trip. The rate I paid was high because it was last minute. If I had no place else to go or I wanted to stay all day at the former palace grounds and park, I would stay here again but only if the rates were really good as it's nowhere near where I wanted to be location wise. The hotel is very clean and the room was adequately appointed but nothing excessive or over the top. Window does open a little for fresh air. When you enter the room, you put your room key in a small box in the wall to turn on the electricity for the room. Breakfast buffet is extra. Staff is nice and polite.