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Located in the heart of Kyoto between Karasuma-dori and Kawaramachi-dori. On the first floor, there is a Melbourne-style café-restaurant [Common Well], which is open to everyone except hotel guests. Enjoy beautiful latte art and customizable specialty coffees fresh in Japan.
Selecting a hotel is important to make your exciting trip to Kyoto even more memorable. Arriving at the hotel via Nishiki Market from Shijo Subway Station, we checked in while being soothed by the smell of incense. The friendly and attentive service will help you relax and unwind. The lounge is for the exclusive use of our guests and can be used in any way you like. You can read a book or enjoy a side dish you bought at Nishiki Market.
The sophisticated use of downlights and the black-based corridor lead you to the guest rooms with a cool impression. The bright white room with the warmth of wood gives the room a simple, modern image, and it is pleasantly relaxing without being superfluous. The sophisticated amenities include SDGs-conscious selections such as toothbrushes that use less plastic. Towels and nightwear that come in contact with the skin are made of natural cotton.
On the first floor of the hotel is a café-restaurant [Common Well] that is also used by locals. It boasts premium coffee with baristas, but in the style of Melbourne, the holy land of cafes, you can customize the coffee to the smallest detail, such as the temperature of milk and the amount of foam to the type of beans, such as shallow roast or deep roast. A treat for guests is the breakfast (extra charge required), which is made with plenty of seasonal Kyoto vegetables. The breakfast includes a choice of coffee and bread, a salad with moromi miso dressing, poached eggs, ham, and other dishes, as well as minestrone with Japanese soup stock and a smoothie. Also, don't miss the dinner prepared by a chef with over 20 years of hotel experience.
The hotel aims to be a chic and user-friendly European and American-style hotel, with not only uniform service, but also a relaxing atmosphere with a good sense of distance. The location in the center of Kyoto is convenient to everywhere you go. Surprisingly, it is also a residential area with machiya (townhouses) and traditional houses, so if you stay here for consecutive nights, you will be able to spend time as if you were living in Kyoto. Come to a simple, modern, and easy-to-use hotel in a good location.