Capsule Ryokan Kyoto
Address204 Tshuchihashicho Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto KyotoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This unique new accommodation offers ryokan-style capsules (meaning tatami mats inside the capsules), as well as comfortable, cleverly designed private rooms. Each capsule also has its own TV and cable internet access point, while the private rooms have en-suite bathrooms and all the amenities you might need. Free internet, wi-fi and other amenities are available in the comfortable lounge. It’s near the southeast corner of the Horikawa–Shichijo intersection.
Our independent authors have visited Capsule Ryokan Kyoto and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Kyoto Station Area.
Description provided by property
Very stylish Hostel only 7 minutes from JR Kyoto Station.
Newly built in 2010 in the prime address to discover Kyoto.
Our ensuite Double and Single rooms are designed to offer everything traveler need to unwind after a hectic day. Rooms are equipped with king-size tatami bed, Wi-Fi internet, high-tech shower, 32 inch LCD TV, automatic toilet, air-con, LAN cable. The walls are double-insulated to reduce noise levels. Relax in the spacious lobby and quiet room and travel efficiently.
Free Strong WiFi is available in all room!!!
Please enjoy homey, relaxing atmosphere in our Japanese-style common space. Our friendly, English-speaking staff can provide tourist information.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Free Internet Access
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