Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Kyoto, Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi makes it easy to enjoy the best of Kyoto.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and 24 hour check-in. Plus, Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
Close to some of Kyoto's most popular landmarks, such as Sannenzaka Ninenzaka (1.5 mi) and Toji (1.8 mi), Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi is a great destination for tourists.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Kyoto's popular ribs restaurants such as Pound Kyoto Ekimae, Ittetsu Grazie, and Tony Roma's, all a short distance from Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi.
If you are interested in exploring Kyoto, check out one of the architectural buildings, such as Kyoto Station Building, Nanzenji Suirokaku, and Gion Kobu Kaburenjo Theater.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Intergate Kyoto Shijo Shinmachi is sure to make your visit to Kyoto one worth remembering.
3 stars hotel with a designed and qualitative decoration, which offers a lot of appreciated and confortable services from the breakfast to the evening. Free soft drinks and coffee specialities with pastries. For the room, all the equipments were new and the space is enough. The beds were quite nice. The staff of the hotel were dedicated and devoted to your confort! Big thanks to them!
Great hotel, clean, good sized rooms and friendly staff. The complimentary drinks and happy hour are an added bonus. Great location and would return. Breakfast was also nice with lots of different options.
This is a fairly new boutique hotel. Rooms are very clean, but of a standard size. What makes the hotel special is the services and amenities that it offers. The breakfast buffet offers a wide selection of western and Japanese food. The food is freshly prepared and quickly replenished. Coffee is available almost all day, and in the afternoon, coffee, tea, soft drinks and cookies are provided. There is a Happy Hour with good white and red wines, and rice soup is offered as a nighttime snack. The front desk staff courteous and efficient and can recommend nearby restaurants for dinner.
Overall, it's a good hotel. The room is large enough, not like those in Tokyo. Plenty of choices for delicious breakfast. For me, the choices for Japanese style might be a little fewer than I expected but it's fine for me. It is about 30 minutes walk to Yasaka Jinja, which is a little far but consider you are is a quiet area near the subway stations, I believe it is acceptable. It is well-balanced between the distance between Yasaka Jinja and subway stations. There is one thing I don't quite like is the washing machine. There are only two washing machines and they are all located near the public bath. However, the public bath will be cloth for certain times so it means that you cannot wash your cloth at any time you want and you might need to wait as there are only two washing machines. However, it is not a big disadvantage in my view so I will not take off points for my rating. PS. The entrance is very interesting.…
Stayed at Hotel Intergate in Kyoto. Its a conveniently located property. Room size is adequate. They have english and Chinese speaking staff at the reception. Amenities in the room are of good quality. There's a communal bath(separate for ladies and gents). Highlight of the hotel is the lounge where they serve for free, jucies/ smoothie in morning, afternoon tea with cake, wine in the evening and late night snacks. Planning to stay here again😄😄
This is a truly lovely hotel. Located in the small alley next to the main 4th street, the location is quite convenient if you are planning to visit Gion, the palace and nearby attractions. It’s two subway station away from Kyoto Station. The staff were amazing. I made a mistake on my reservation and they were so kind and understanding. Everyday they have snacks, smoothies, cocktails and coffee at the lounge at various times of the day for the guest to enjoy. Their buffet breakfast have hot foods like scrambled eggs, sausages, and various traditional Japanese breakfast items. Double and Twin rooms are standard sized, lots of lighting options and the AC/Heater is customizable. They also provide an air-filter with humidifier. Their communal baths are open most of the day and night. The walls are very insulated so you barely hear other guests. One night with breakfast costs about $200-300usd. One of the best hotels in the area. Highly recommend!!…
mid range hotel. quiet,clean,efficient.good value. Decent breakfast but food available throughout the day free of charge. by no means luxurious hotel has nonetheless all you need and represents good value for money. Once you get your bearings transport links are very good.staff helpful and cooperative. no frills establishment however all you need to enjoy comfortable stay.bedrooms small and clean but unless you are planning to pay exhorbitant charges sterling 300 + per night then this is typical throughout Japan. Recommendable
It's really nice place to stay, they have convenience location, close subway; they also have comfortable and softly bed to take a rest. Besides, they provide free drinks and cookies, really good services. I've definitely recommended to my friend to come!!
We stayed here for 5 nights and enjoyed the hotel very much. Not to far from a subway station and lots of restaurants. The buffet breakfast was nice. The outside looks old to fit in with the neighborhood but the hotel itself appears to be new.
We enjoyed our stay. We had two conjoining rooms for 2 adults and 2 kids. The hotel is clean, quite and comfortable. There is a lot of great restaurants in the area. It’s just nice to walk around and enjoy Kyoto.
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