The ancient capital of Japan for more than a thousand years, KYOTO enchants visitors with an almost overwhelming legency and more than 1600 Buddhist temples, 100 of shrines, majestic palaces and gardens, its richest culture and artistic beauty of cuisine.
Meanwhile, Kyoto is the one which has been absorbing new age culture, and keeping harmony en rapport with halcyon days.
With so many choices, where to start, Kyoto Traveller's Inn is perfectly footloose and fancy free for Kyoto even in a couple days.
Safety and comfortable stay for our guests, we have highly equipment servicing of hotel. Fire Prevention and Control Regulations is approved by a fire department, moreover developing a close relationship with a hospital and a police department.
As Kyoto Traveler's Inn is at culture center, it has cooperated in the town planning of environmental priority by the construction standard for preserving aesthetic appearance. We keep this policy and assimilating into the academic and cultural community.
Tooth blush, Soap, Shampoo with conditioner,
Japanese bathrobe kimono style, Bath towel,
Face towel, Tissue, Hair dryer
Dehumidification machine, moisture chamber,
irons, pants pressing.
Japanese style big Bathroom
Refresh yourself at our nice and clean bathroom with body soap, shampoo with conditioner, soap (free of charge)
Please bring towels from your room.
7:30～20:30 7:30～10:00 Breakfast only
15pm- (no curfew after checked in)
over time fee: a person 525yen/hrs (maximum extension: up to12hrs)
A car 1,050yen/day (prior booking essential)
cancelation policy : on arrival day 100%, one day before your check in day 50%
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