A reasonably priced serviced apartment/hotel a short walk from downtown, Citadines Kyoto Karasuma Gojo is a great choice for families, groups and couples
Located on Gojo-dori Street, a short walk from the Kamo-gawa River and Gojo Subway Station, and a quick bicycle ride from downtown, Citadines Kyoto Karasuma is a strong new entrant in the Kyoto accommodation market. The rooms are spacious and have simple kitchens, which is nice, considering there’s a supermarket very close by, as well as a couple of big convenience stores. This would be a great place for families and small groups.
432 Matsuya-cho, Gojo-dori, Karasuma Higashi iru, Shimogyo-ku
Internet: wifi and LAN cable access
Non-smoking rooms: Yes
1min walk from Gojo Station, Karasuma subway line
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