The hotel is right across from the train station. The room provides all the basic necessities in a very tight space. The bed was comfortable and the hotel was quiet at night to provide a good night sleep. The room seemed overpriced and the seller required the room be paid in advanced with a poor cancellation policy. The next time I book a room in Kyoto I will look further in advance and check the fine print better.
The rooms were spacious for Japan standards. I liked the bath and the other Anne ties offered on the property. Nothing
Very modern look with a nice open terrace. Daily happy hour (1 free drink for all the guests) is a great touch.
This is a great hotel for a good price. The room was very spacious. There were a lot of perks like included coffee and adult beverages. There is limited parking in the back that the front desk staff helped us get into (parking is on risers). Staff speaks great English. Huge shower and bathroom. Lots of amenities like laundry and onsite Onsen. I would stay again. It was a little bit challenging to turn the air conditioner on (remote in Japanese) but we figured it out no problem.
The room was clean. The staff was friendly and efficient. The breakfast ladies were great. The breakfast picked veggies were great. Many buses stop right in front of the hotel and the $5 day pass pays for itself with one round trip. On the 5th floor and up there can be a view of pagoda shrine on the west side. It's a walk from the train station but doable. For the cheaper price, it's worth considering. I did not try the bathing rooms. I had nasal sensory overload at this hotel. Between the smoking room right by the front desk (where one leaves the key), cleaning products in the elevator, chemically personal products and room that smelled whenever we ran the ac and fogged up otherwise, it was too much. The exhaust from the buses would come in when we opened the window on the street side. Definitely cheaper products are used here.
Hotel located close to the station, clean room, silent ventilation. I booked one room for 2 nights, but I remained 3. English name of the hotel is written above the entrance, but this part of the building is not visible from the station. Adding the hotel name at the top of the building could help.