*** FREE BREAKFAST! ***
(Toast (with Butter & Jam), 100% Fruits Juice, Premium Coffee)
- Late Check-out!
Check-out : by 11:00
Check-in : 14:00 - 21:00 (Check-in not available after 21:00)
- Ensuite Private rooms!
All private rooms has their own bathroom (shower & toilet) in the rooms.
*** Whole room for Group booking ***
We have dormitories and ensuite private rooms at the very best rates. Also, we have big rooms for big and small groups (10 to 60 people). All are welcome! (Best price!!)
*** Individuality ***
We have a lawn garden on the roof with tables and chairs, a shower, and a Great view, overlooking Nijo Castle!
Convenient for transportation, shopping, bank, postoffice and everything!
*** Cleanliness ***
Cleanliness is the highest priority for us. All guest rooms and common areas are cleaned at least 3 times daily.
*** Credit Cards Accepted ***
Visa, MasterCard, American Express and JCB
Please note we will ask you for a deposit of 1,000 per person, in case of any damage to our facilities. This will be payed back when you check-out.
Families with children under 12 years old must use the Private Ensuite option, as children are not permitted to stay in the dormitories. There is no child discount.
We welcome you to Hostel Kyotokko!
Check-out : by 11:00
Check-in : 14:00 - 21:00
(Check-in not available after 21:00)
Please note we will ask you JPY 1,000/ person deposit for using facilities. We will pay it back at your check-out unless there is no damage.
Families with children under 12 years old must take Private Ensuite as children are not to share with other guests. There is no child discount.
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