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Kyoto Travelers Inn

91 Enshojicho, Okazaki, Sakyoku - See Map  |  Gallery
Location : Nijo CastleFrom $82
The hotel's location allows guests to fully experience the ancient city of more than a thousand years. Hotel provides convenience and comfort to guests with Japanese as well as Western style rooms. The city has adopted the new age culture while retaining their legacy with numbers of temples, shrines, palaces and gardens. Guests can take their time sightseeing at main attractions in the vicinity, including the Heian Shrine, Biwako Sosui, Nanzen-ji Temple, Kyoto Municipal Zoo and Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art. All of these renown sites are within a short walking distance away. As for dining, the hotel's restaurant has a set menu with a wide selection and is also recommended for breakfast. First time visitors to Kyoto will find the hotel's ideal location to be an advantage when exploring the city.

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    * Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
    * Guests must show current government-issued proof of identity at the time of check-in.
    * Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
    * Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
    * Check-in time starts at: 3 PM
    * Check-out time is: 10 AM
Room Information
Kyoto Travelers Inn offers 78 guestrooms.

Room Amenities

    * Air conditioning
    * Phone
    * Refrigerator
    * Coffee/tea maker
    * Bathrobes
    * Complimentary toiletries
    * Hair dryer
    * Slippers
    * Iron/ironing board (on request)
    * Television
    * Non-smoking only
    * Private bathroom
    * Handheld showerhead
    * Wired high-speed Internet access (complimentary)

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