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Twin room was very small, couldn’t get around the bed. Width of the room was exactly the length of a twin bed. Conveniently located directly across from the train station so all train announcements were loud and clear. We had to open the window because...More
Very convenient location. Could see Hotel when we walked out of Kyoto station from central exit. Very easy to find and not a problem rolling our luggage there. Breakfast buffet is very good. Do try egg omelette which turns out white!
However, room is VERY...More
From the outside this looks outdated and rundown and the inside isn't much nicer. The staff were friendly and very accommodating.
The room was like a cocoon, I could lay on the bed and touch both walls and the bath was big enough for an...More
We stayed here for 3 nights in August and enjoyed our stay. The hotel is well priced and in a fantastic location for travelling - across the road is the train station and bus depot so you can jump on either and go exploring. We...More
A pleasant stay at the Kyoto Tower Hotel. Staff are friendly and helpful. Room is big and clean. View is nice, facing the JR station. Location super-convenient. Remember to go up to the Kyoto Tower at discount rate for a panoramic view. The Tower itself...More
$89 - $425 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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