Looking for a place to stay in Nakagyo? Then look no further than Hotel Gimmond Kyoto, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Nakagyo to your doorstep.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage while staying at Hotel Gimmond Kyoto. In addition, Hotel Gimmond Kyoto offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Nakagyo trip additionally gratifying.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Sacra - Former Fudo Chokin Bank Kyoto Branch (0.2 mi) and Yata Jijoson (0.3 mi), guests of Hotel Gimmond Kyoto can easily experience some of Nakagyo's most well known attractions.
Travelers looking to enjoy some sukiyaki & shabu shabu can head to Shishin Samurai Restaurant, Sukiyaki Kimura, or Yakiniku Nikumon Shijo Omiya. Otherwise, you may want to check out a steakhouse such as Sumibi Steakhouse Sakai, Kyoto Sanjo, Restaurant Matsukiya, Kyoto Shijo, or Liquor Museum Karasuma Honten.
If you are interested in exploring Nakagyo, check out one of the historic sites, such as Suya, 1928 Bldg., and Omiya-Ato.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Gimmond Kyoto as you experience everything Nakagyo has to offer.
I stayed in this hotel for a week when I visited my daughter in Japan. Very good location a walk away from the old Emperors Palace and Shrines. Convenience stores is on the corner and across the road. Teramachi-Dori is not too far from the hotel, where you can experience variety of Japanese cuisine, so is traditional Japanese arts & crafts
Small but functional room and bathroom for three of us. Quiet, clean hotel, stayed for two nights. Very good location, can walk to most areas easily. Close to the Imperial Palace grounds (free), and the Manga museum. Can walk to the nearby shopping arcades and restaurants for dinner. Also visited, temples, Nijo castle, Gion at night and the Philosopher's walk (catch metro). Didn't eat in the hotel. Explore the quaint side streets behind the hotel. All very calm and safe.
Gimmond has an amazing location being close to Nishiki market, the main shopping street in Kyoto and Kurasma Oike metro stop, as well as being close to several restaurants, 7/11 and a Lawson's. The only downside to the hotel, and it's a big one, is the lack of comfortable beds. My mother and I stayed here last week for 4 days and it was honestly one of the most uncomfortable stretches of time I have ever had in my life. The beds genuinely were hard to the point where we could feel the metal springs in our legs and backs as we slept. It got to the point where my mother had to ask the front desk to have some pads put on our beds. This helped a little bit, but they were still very uncomfortable. The beds are also quite low, my mother has mobility issues, so this presented an issue. Despite those issues, the customer service of the staff at the hotel was exceptional. They were always very accommodating and helpful and I really appreciate that. They ended up compensating us by taking a night off the bill. I hope they get those beds fixed, but in the meantime, if you just need a good location and bed to stay at in Kyoto, this is your place. Great pricing as well.…
Quaint hotel with superb location just a few steps away from the metro and bus stop. Exceptional staff, helpful and speak English very well. Rooms are a little old, especially the bathrooms could use a touch-up. Our room was very spacious and clean. Only disappointment was the western breakfast: you get to pick either Japanese or Western breakfast every day and because I had caught a stomach-bug we went for the western. What it is: about four types of bread, plain cornflakes, jam and two kinds of cheeses, one kind of meat. That's it. Call it continental breakfast and people won't be disappointed. We expected some eggs or beans. The croissants were delicious though.
This is a very clean hotel, with very helpful staff and a great location, close to metro, bus. Nijo Castle, Nishiki Market and Kawaramachi arcade and even Yasaka Shrine are accesible by foot. Rooms are small, but it is Japan... however they are clean and the bed are comfortable.