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The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto
9
City Center
12 reviews
Elegant hotel conveniently located on the banks of the Kamogawa River, within walking distance of the Imperial Palace and the Gion geisha district. — Hideaway Report
Hyatt Regency Kyoto
9
Southern Higashiyama
13 reviews
The Hyatt Regency is an excellent, stylish and foreigner-friendly hotel at the southern end of Kyoto’s Southern Higashiyama sightseeing district. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Granvia Kyoto
9
Kyoto Station Area
9 reviews
Imagine being able to step out of bed and straight into the shinkansen (bullet train). — Lonely Planet
Hiiragiya
8
City Center
9 reviews
Much has been written about Hiiragiya since it opened in 1861, usually rich with superlatives. Along with its cross-street neighbour Tawaraya, it’s considered the city’s greatest ryokan. — Time Out
$904
The Westin Miyako Kyoto
8
Northern Higashiyama
10 reviews
A 16-acre compound installed on the tree-covered Higashiyama Hills just outside of Kyoto, this historic 1890 hotel has hosted kings, queens, presidents, and celebrities. — Travel + Leisure
Kyoto Hotel Okura
8
Downtown Kyoto
9 reviews
Rooms here come with subdued colour tones and plenty of amenities — Michelin Guide
Tawaraya Ryokan
8
Downtown Kyoto
6 reviews
The hotel is known not only for its hospitality, but also for the sumptuous but subdued decor, impeccable service, and splendid gardens. — Fodor's
Hoshinoya Kyoto
8
Arashiyama & Sagano
6 reviews
This hybrid ryokan-hotel, a series of low buildings inspired by traditional Japanese houses, clings to the banks above the Hozugawa River in the temple-rich Arashiyama district. — Condé Nast Traveler
$645
Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
8
5 reviews
Traditionally inspired property conveniently location in Kyoto’s vibrant temple district with some of the city’s largest guest rooms. — Jetsetter
Suiran Luxury Collection Hotel Kyoto
8
Western Kyoto
7 reviews
Picturesque hotel set on the banks of the Hozugawa River in Kyoto amid gardens landscaped in traditional Japanese style. — Hideaway Report
Hotel Monterey Kyoto
7
Downtown Kyoto
7 reviews
Within a few minutes’ walk of the Karasuma-Oike subway station... this relatively new upmarket business hotel is a great place to stay if you want to be downtown. — Lonely Planet
The Screen
7
Downtown Kyoto
5 reviews
All have a distinctive, modern feel; some feature walls covered with Nishijin silk, others are all white. — Michelin Guide
Kyoto Brighton Hotel
7
Central Kyoto
7 reviews
Graceful, well decorated rooms in an up-market hotel near the Imperial Palace. Easy access to sightseeing areas from nearby Imadegawa subway station. — Insight Guides
RIHGA Royal Hotel Kyoto
7
Kyoto Station Area
5 reviews
Even the smallest rooms at this well-established chain hotel are warm and inviting, with delicate shoji windows and elegant bath furnishings. — Fodor's
ANA Crowne Plaza Kyoto
7
Central Kyoto
4 reviews
Just across the street from Nijo Castle and offering rooms with castle views, this hotel has one of the most eye-catching lobby lounges in town. — Frommer's
Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo
7
Kyoto Station Area
5 reviews
This gleaming white edifice with two protruding wings looks like it would be at home in any American city. — Fodor's
Seikoro Inn
7
3 reviews
This ryokan just east of the Kamo River was established in 1831, with the present building dating from a century ago — Frommer's
Hotel Kanra Kyoto
7
Shimogyo-ku
5 reviews
This 29-room hotel is a serene oasis in a city that, despite its mythologies, often dismays first-time visitors because of its workaday plainness. — Condé Nast Traveler
Capsule Ryokan Kyoto
7
Kyoto Station Area
3 reviews
Arranged like bunk beds, the capsules can be three-high. Each unit contains a TV, an air-ventilation unit, lights, and an alarm. — Fodor's
Nishiyama Ryokan
7
City Center
3 reviews
Kyoto’s most foreigner-friendly ryokan has English-speaking staff who can point guests in the direction of English-language activities around the city. — Time Out
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