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Unfortunately I was only here for one night, and on my own, but I would happily have stayed longer. Kyoto is a great place and this hotel was a good base, next to a great food market and surrounded by restaurants of all budgets. What...More
The location is excellent. In the very centre of Kyoto and close to the station. Rooms are small, as in most of Japanese hotels, but clean, and charming. The staff is nice, helpful and friendly. The price is reasonable and it is located in a...More
The room is clean and reasonable priced. The staff is especially helpful. I booked the hotel online and later discovered that I have booked a smoking room. I requested to change but the staff replied that all non smoking rooms were already booked. However, they...More
I stayed in the Coop Inn in December 2011 with my wife and 2 daughters. Right from the outset I'll say if you want a nice, clean inexpensive hotel within literally minutes of a multitude of shopping, transport and eating options, then look no further....More
Front desk staff was very helpful. Rooms were clean, quiet and comfortable. Everyone's pillows were a little lumpy and firmer than we're used to. There was free wi-fi and 3 desktop computers in the lobby (2 pc and one Mac) . Printing was available for...More
Those who delight in shopping and cuisine will find themselves at home in Shinkyogoku. Lauded and visited by locals for its Nishiki Market, where baskets of fragrant spices, dried fish, and just-fried foods are piled high along the snaking streets of its enclosed outdoor shopping spaces, Shinkyogoku is not only a hub for fresh fare, but also for fast fashion fixes. Trends-in-the-making can be spotted in the tall
windows of several one-of-a-kind stores featuring local labels and modish boutiques. Arcades, outdoor concert spaces, mega department stores, and small, enchanting cafes have sprung up to accommodate the increasing traffic. Whether looking for souvenirs and kitsch on Shinkyogoku Street, or scoping out the massive food court and restaurant floor at Takashimaya Department store, there's something for every wallet or purse, and a buyer for every item.