The lobby area at the Brighton Hotel Kyoto.
Home to over 1.5 million people, there is a lot to see and do around Kyoto. The Fushimi Inari Shrine and the Kinkaku-ji Temple are both popular visitor attractions. Guests might also enjoy spending time at the Sanjusangendo Hall or at the Iwatayama Monkey Park. However, one of the most important parts of planning a trip is finding a safe and comfortable place to spend your nights. For a quiet oasis within this bustling city, look no further than the Brighton Hotel Kyoto.
The spacious rooms at this beautiful boutique property are decorated in a modern, minimalist style. They are not only highly comfortable, but also immaculately clean. Rooms are available in double, twin, triple, or quad sizes. Free high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi are provided, as are pyjamas and an assortment of bath products. The toilets and showers in the suites are sectioned off from one another to provide greater individual privacy for those sharing a room.
The rooms at the Brighton Hotel Kyoto are clean, modern and spacious.
Room service is available upon request for those who prefer to eat in but there are also several onsite eating establishments from which to choose. Dining options include restaurants featuring both Japanese and Cantonese cuisines. A third dining facility serves superb hibachi-style fare. The hotel’s lounge area provides teas and tisanes, as well as delicious sweets – a great spot for an afternoon snack.
Other facilities include a gym/fitness center and a spa. There’s also an outdoor swimming pool on the rooftop terrace. It is in operation throughout the summer months and is large enough to accommodate a great many guests without anyone feeling overcrowded.
The Brighton Hotel Kyoto’s outdoor pool can accommodate a number of guests at a time.
Staff are courteous and accommodating. Many of them speak English, so communication is not a problem. There is an excellent concierge service for day tours and general tourist advice.
The Kyoto Brighton Hotel is located in a safe area that is within walking distance from the Imperial Palace, though it is not situated within the city center itself. To get downtown, guests will either need to use a bike, taxi or public transportation – the hotel offers a free shuttle bus service to the nearest subway station.
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