Kyoto Orange Inn
Kita-Kinuta 8, NIshi-Nanajyo, Shimogyo-ku
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Cheap but very clean accommodation with very good acess from Kyoto station and to many tourist spots of Kyoto city.
For just night-life lover, Orange-Inn would not be a good choice because it is not necessarily close to main night-spot in Kyoto city.
But, it is very good access from Kyoto Station and too many attractions, such as Kinkakuji-Temple, Ryoanji-Temple, Kiyomizudera-Temple and so on. Also, English and Chinese spoken owner will support planning your travel not only in Kyoto but also all over Japan.
Facilities inside is also well-equipped, such as air-conditioning system in many rooms and a concent on each bed for rechargin your mobile phone, smart phone and tablet and so on. However, please remember that you are not allowed to use you hair-dryer on your bed by using that concent. Also, locker is available for all customers.
Patio on the top floor, where you will be able to enjoy good scenery and a pint of beer, is now open until 9pm, and if you are not so noisy, until 11pm. Please just enjoy it!!
You can select from three types of bed space, men-only, women-only and mixed for groups. This is based on your demand.
Neighbouring facilities are also very good for you. There are some convenience stores, a supermarket, and some cheap cafes and restaurants. So by staying here, you can spend as little as possible. Also, there is a coin laundry nearby.
This hostel is no smoking, so if you want, please go outside and smoke. Also, we accept cash only and do not accept credit card.
Check-in time is between 4pm and 10pm and after that reception will be closed. So if you feel that you might not be able to come here until 10pm, I recommend you to look for other hostels. If you do not come until 10pm, you would be regarded as no-shows, and the accommodation fee for first day will be charged.
Check-out time is 10:30am. From 10:30am to 4:00pm, reception will be closed, so if you would like to leave your luggage before 4:00pm, please come to us from 7:30am to 10:30am.
One day before arrival: 50% of first day's bed fee
2 to 3 days before arrival: 20% of first day's bed fee
We are waiting for the budget traveller all over the world.
A1. From Kyoto Station, go to B3 bus stop, and take 205 bus for Kinkakuji (Golden Temple)-Michi to Nishi-oji-Nanajyo bus stop, and about 3 minute's walk. It will take about 10 minutes from Kyoto Station to Nishi-Oji Nanajyo bus stop.
A2. On the way to Orange Inn from Nishi-Oji-Nanajyo bus stop, you walk along Shichijyo-Street to the west, and pass Colorado Cafe on the corner of a narrow street. You cross the first narrow street and the following other two narrow street. When you reach the 4th narrow street and see coin parking space on the right, please turn right. Then, you will find 'Orange Inn'.
B1. From Kyoto station, take JR Tokaido-line to NIshi-Oji Station and after reaching at Nishi-Oji-Station, turn left at the big street in front, and go straight until you reach the third traffic light at Shichijyo Street. It will take about 10 minutes to Shichijyo-Street. After reaching Shichijyo-Street, pass this zebbra crossing, and then turn left. After that you follow the same way as the person who takes bus in order to arrive Orrange Inn. Please read A2 in this part. It will take about 3 minutes from Kyoto Station to Nishi-Oji-Station by train.
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