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I stayed at Anteroom when i was in Kyoto for 3 days. The reception is very courteous and attentive to your every need. The bar has various choices of whiskies and wine, and has a view of the well decorated and landscaped courtyard. There is...More
Just loved it! Every little detail; from design to comfort. Great staff, very helpful and accommodating.
It was a comfortable and memorable stay at the heart of Kyoto. I would definitely come back!
Tip: Don't miss the breakfast!
The hotel is a few minutes walk from the metro, as well as from Kyoto Station, which is super convenient. The lobby looked like an art gallery (two thumbs up!) and the room was nicely decorated (small, but functional).
The only sore point was the...More
The rooms are massive for Japan standards. We even had our own exclusive garden connected to our room. The rooms are minimalist but modern. The beds are huge. The bathrooms are exceptional. There was a beautiful wooden bathtub looking out into the garden. The staff...More
(1) Good price-to-quality ratio. Clean room. Semi-double room category had large mattress (180cm x 200cm according to website) that was more than adequate for 2 adults.
(2) Tasty breakfast that cost only JPY1,000 (if not already included in room rate).
Southern Kyoto has a reserved air. Though the Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of Kyoto's major tourist attractions, the surrounding nature, parks, gardens, temples, and shrines provide less-visited spaces for strolling and reflection. The Fushimi Inari Shrine itself is made up of 32,000 sub-shrines, and the mountain they are dotted across beckons hikers, picnickers, and lovers of the outdoors. Many of the
mountain's off-set paths aren't frequented by tourists, and the mountain's serenity can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. Southern Kyoto is the place to enjoy being outside, and to pay your respects to the ancient architecture and gods of the land that are celebrated here.