With a fantastic location right in the heart of downtown Kyoto, the Royal Park is an efficient and reasonably priced business hotel perfect for a short stay in Kyoto.
Located right on Sanjo-dori, between Kawaramachi-dori and the Kamo-gawa River, this hotel is right in the heart of Kyoto’s dining, entertainment and shopping district.
It’s not a luxury hotel, so don’t expect a gym or spa, but if you’re just looking for a comfortable room and reasonable rates, this hotel is sure to please.
There’s a bakery right downstairs (someone can dash down for breakfast) and for your other meals, there are literally hundreds of choices within easy walking distance.
It’s a solid mid-range value and it’s recommended.
Royal Park Hotel The Kyoto
ロイヤルパークホテル ザ 京都
74 Nakajima-cho, Sanjo-dori Kawaramachi-higashiiru, Nakagyo-ku
Internet: wifi and LAN cable access
Non-smoking rooms: Yes
3-minute walk from Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station, Tozai subway line or 3-minute walk from Sanjo Station, Keihan line
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