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Southern Higashiyama
13 reviews
Super Potato is one of the designers behind the 189-room hotel with traditional flourishes—kimono fabric headboards; washi paper lampshades—in the Higashiyama Shichijo district. . — Travel + Leisure
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City Center
11 reviews
Inspired by ryokans, the traditional Japanese inn common in the area, the five-pearl Ritz-Carlton Kyoto is a decidedly decadent take on what's conventionally a simple affair — Oyster
9
Kyoto Station Area
9 reviews
If you've only got a night or two in Kyoto, there's nothing as convenient as the 535-room Western-style Granvia, which sits, literally, on top of Kyoto Station. — Concierge
8
City Center
10 reviews
With a history dating back to 1818, the luxury Hiiragiya is a Japanese inn ("ryokan") located in the middle of Kyoto that takes pride in upholding traditional customs. — Oyster
$904
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Northern Higashiyama
10 reviews
This large, 499-room Westin has served as a hotel since 1900 and has an illustrious history, housing Allied officers during World War II, and now hosting state officials from all over the world. — Oyster
8
Downtown Kyoto
9 reviews
One of the tallest buildings in Kyoto, the 322-room Kyoto Hotel Okura offers skyline views of the city and a luxury experience that includes spacious rooms and six on-site restaurants. — Oyster
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
8
Arashiyama & Sagano
6 reviews
This modern take on the classic Japanese inn is quickly becoming a favourite of well-heeled visitors to Kyoto in search of privacy and a unique experience. — Lonely Planet
$645
8
5 reviews
Traditionally inspired property conveniently location in Kyoto’s vibrant temple district with some of the city’s largest guest rooms. — Jetsetter
8
Western Kyoto
7 reviews
The newest luxury hotel in Arashiyama, Surian is located in a prized riverside spot that offers complete privacy yet is within easy walking distance to everything in town — Lonely Planet
7
Downtown Kyoto
7 reviews
Travelers watching their wallets appreciate the eclectic style and thoughtful extras at this reasonably priced hotel. — Gayot
7
Downtown Kyoto
5 reviews
Billed as Kyoto’s first design hotel, the property opened in 2007 with 13 unique rooms: No. 201 has a sexy red, black, and white scheme. — Travel + Leisure
7
Central Kyoto
7 reviews
Located in a residential area of Kyoto, the four-pearl Kyoto Brighton Hotel is stylish and spotless, with 182 guest rooms. — Oyster
7
Kyoto Station Area
5 reviews
Located 500 meters west of Kyoto Station, this property is five minutes by bus from central shopping and businesses — Star Service
7
Central Kyoto
4 reviews
This large hotel gets plenty of foreign guests... the free shuttle to Kyoto Station is a welcome service for those doing a bit of exploring. — Lonely Planet
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
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
7
Shimogyo-ku
5 reviews
Kanra is an elegant, refined boutique hotel located not too far from Kyoto Station. — Lonely Planet
7
Kyoto Station Area
3 reviews
In any case, all three facilities ensure guests get the most out of their stay by providing sightseeing and dining recommendations, maps showing locations of nearby restaurants, and supermarkets. — Frommer's
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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