Just 3minutes walk from Higashiyama Station on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line, the hotel boasts a quiet location dotted with temples and shrines while being within reach of the bustling shopping district.
Eco+Tec Kyoto will ensure you get the most out of your long stay in Kyoto in a style that takes the environment into consideration.
The drinks (coffee,tea,Japanese-tea,mineral water)are furnished free in community space.
All guest rooms are no smoking.
All guest rooms are free LAN of cable and WiFi is in 1st floor.
Guest room : Prefabricated bath, TV, Refrigerator, Individual Temperature Control, Hair drier, Alarm clock, Desk, Desk Lamp etc...
Amenities : Bath towel, Face towel, Bathrobe (Japanese Style)
We also offer toothbrush and toothpaste, razor, cotton at the front desk.
Please settle the payment by cash or credit card when you check in.
Credit cards such as VISA, Mastercard, DC Card JCB, AMERICAN EXPRESS, Diners Club and DISCOVER are accepted.
There is a parking lot available at 1050 yen per day.
(Below 190cm height/Reservation is needed)
There is no elevator though our hotel is three stories.
Rooms are cleaned weekly.
Towels and bedsheets will be changed every 3 days.
A cleaning / changing other than the above becomes charged.
Smoking is prohibited throughout the entire hotel, including guest rooms and all the public area.
The smoking area is located at outside of the community space in the first floor.
There is no safety-deposit box in this hotel.
Please manage valuables by the customer oneself.
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