The Hotel Unizo is a reasonably priced business hotel right in downtown Kyoto – most of Kyoto’s nightlife and dining options are within easy walking distance.
The Hotel Unizo is located right on Kawaramachi-dori, between Shijo and Sanjo, meaning that it’s right smack in the middle of Kyoto’s busiest shopping and entertainment district. Inside, it’s pretty much your standard business hotel, with small but well maintained rooms. For those who want to be close to the action without spending a fortune, the Unizo is the way to go.
Kawaramachi-dori, Sanjo sagaru, Nakagyo-ku
Internet: LAN cable access
Non-smoking rooms: Yes
5min walk from Kawaramachi Station, Hankyu line or Sanjo Station, Keihan line
Official Website (English)
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