Traveling to Kyoto and wondering where to stay? Here are the best places to stay according to our local experts, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, and hostels.
En voyage à 5, nous avons pris deux chambres pour 2 et une capsule. L'accueil, les services et les conseils au check-in sont exceptionnels : bonnes adresses à proximité ; prêt de parapluies; wi-fi -- Dominique GOBIN via Foursquare
Good location! Close to shops/restaurants. Staff is friendly & rooms are average size for Japan standards. Unfortunately some no-smoking rooms smell like cigarettes. Wifi available in lower floor room -- Wendy Rodriguez via Foursquare
Originating in Kyoto, kaiseki is considered to be the ultimate expression of Japanese cuisine. At Mizuki, kaiseki is based on the Japanese traditional five flavors, five colors, five cooking methods. -- The Ritz-Carlton via Foursquare
This is a brand new capsule hotel in Kyoto (separate areas for males & females). Great concept, it feels like spending a night in a spaceship in the future ;) very clean, secured & great location! -- alex via Foursquare
If you can star hostels this would be a six star. Great amenities, design, super clean, nice shower. Staff brought us bread when we said we're leaving before breakfast. Super sweet. Best I've stayed. -- Jingna Zhang via Foursquare
To be honest, compared to Asakusa's K's House, the staffs here are a bit snobbish and less helpful. Also I think it loses some of the "backpacker" feel since it got bigger, but still good nevertheless -- Kevin Mario via Foursquare
One of the 1st tier hotels in Kyoto full of grand old charm. There is Yojiya Cosmetic Shop within the Hotel. Directly connected to Subway Tozai Line, Kyoto-Shiyakushomae (Kyoto Cyty Hall) station. -- Angela P. via Foursquare