Ryotei Rangetsu
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Ryotei Rangetsu

7 Susukinobabacho Saga Tenryuji, Ukyo-Ku, Kyoto 616-8385 Kyoto Prefecture
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4.5
#5 of 13 onsen ryokans in Kyoto
4.6 of 5 bubbles
Location
4.7 of 5 bubbles
Cleanliness
4.7 of 5 bubbles
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3.3 of 5 bubbles
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Ryotei Rangetsu is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Kyoto, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Ryotei Rangetsu is a luxury onsen ryokan offering a refrigerator and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.

The onsen ryokan features newspaper and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Kyoto. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Kyoto, Ryotei Rangetsu is located a short distance from Hogonin Temple (0.1 mi) and Jojakkoji Temple (0.6 mi).

If you are looking for a good Chinese restaurant, you may want to check out Saikan Wong, Kanzan, or Gyoza-No-Ohsho Gojo Katsuragawa while staying at Ryotei Rangetsu.

If you’re looking for something to do, Arashiyama (0.3 mi), Okochi Sanso Garden (0.4 mi), and Tenryuji Temple (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Ryotei Rangetsu.

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Free parking
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Breakfast in the room
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Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
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7 Susukinobabacho Saga Tenryuji, Ukyo-Ku, Kyoto 616-8385 Kyoto Prefecture
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Sue Y wrote a review Sept 2017
5 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
staff at rangetsu were warmly welcoming and friendly. also they spoke good english and recommended few good restaurants around rangetsu. our room was at immaculate condition, well-taken cared for. the bath within the room was also lovely, with smell of natural wood from bath tub and flooring. the hotel has a small but beautiful garden and the view of river is stunning. me and my husband thanked for rangetsu for giving us such a memorable experience. we are very much willing to visit again.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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benv615 wrote a review Dec 2016
1 contribution4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Such an incredible, meditative experience. Service is incredible, and great care is taken to little details - they event went up to cleaning the wheels of my suitcase. Minimalism here really means perfection. I have stayed in countless 5 stars and even 5 stars + / palaces that where nowhere near the sense of details and perfection of this place. The bathrooms have an oak bathtub. This creates the most exquisite smell in the bathroom, all naturally without chemical or anything. The marble, the stones, the wood, you have to see it to experience it. Every details is of the highest quality: wooden pieces are all incredible and massive. You can tell this place has been designed to outlast this century. This place is an invitation to relaxation, meditation; The onsen is fantastic, featuring one indoor and one outdoor bath. The food is great too - very authentic, simply giving you the best of a truthful Japanese experience. And the location is fantastic too. In one of the most authentic parts of Kyoto, you have virtually the neighbourhood for yourself past 6 when most tourists have gone. 15 rooms only, meaning you get the attention you deserve. The place was opened in 2005, and honestly it looks so new that if I didn’t know this I would have said it opened 6 months ago.

My tip: there is a square box in your room, in a corner: this is actually a complete tea-set with the most incredible Oolong and Japanese Sencha.
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Date of stay: July 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: All rooms are great
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WongTime wrote a review July 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia19 contributions39 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My fiancee and I had a fantastic time in Kyoto and our most memorable experience in Kyoto was staying at this ryokan for two nights.

First, before I get into any further details, I will say that if you plan to have dinner at the ryokan, confirm with them (at least a week in advance) prior to your stay. We didn't realize that our booking did not include dinner and when we contacted them on the day of, asking if we could include dinner, we were told that they could not accommodate us. Fortunately, after we arrived, they made some changes and told us they would be able to serve us dinner for one night (which was fantastic). We appreciated that they were able to make this change on such short notice. You'll quickly learn that the other restaurants in the area fill up quickly or close early (e.g., 6PM). Even the vendors selling souvenirs will be closed at that time. You don't need to fret, thinking that you'll starve, there is a convenience store open (Lawsons) in the event every place nearby is closed/full or you can always take a taxi back into town. We were originally concerned (after reading other reviews) but when we walked around we were able to find a few places that closed later than 6PM. You just need to walk around, ask others, etc.

When we arrived, we were greeted by our hosts with snacks, tea, and face towels. You will learn that the quality of service at this ryokan is excellent. Staff are extremely polite and respectful, and although the English capabilities of the staff were not as great as other locations we've been to in Japan, they try their best and their English is fantastic (my Japanese is so-so).

Breakfast (included) is fantastic; I always chose the Japanese style breakfast and was always offered seconds for miso soup and rice (which I seized because everything was so delicious). I don't believe they offered any lunch meals but this should be your opportunity to explore the area and other destinations. There is a Murasawa steak place nearby which turned out to be my #1 steak spot in the world. Regarding dinner, ideally, the price we paid would have included dinner -- having to pay what we did total for our stay was quite expensive but we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the quality of the food was quite high. In terms of value, you will be compromising that attribute but this should be a known factor when looking at these types of hotels.

The location is excellent. We planned our trip where we stayed 4 nights in a Western style hotel in Kyoto downtown and the remaining 2 nights in Ryotei Rangetsu. For the 2 days, we planned to explore the nearby offerings (e.g., bamboo forest, monkey park, etc.) and we were glad that we planned everything in this manner because it worked out perfectly. The location of this hotel is right across the river from the monkey park and is walkable distance to the bamboo forest.

The onsen experience, as others have described, is not the best in my book but was still very good. Although we did not book a room with a private onsen, we did use the onsen available to all guests and I was the only person ever using it. The facilities were clean and function well.

The bedding/mattress was quite comfortable and was setup/taken down by staff during our breakfast/dinner. The staff also refill the two water thermoses in your room (hot and cold) which was much appreciated.

Overall, we had a fantastic experience in Kyoto and this was our most memorable stay in Japan. The quality of service, rest, food, etc. we received were all excellent. In addition, the staff made us feel like VIP when we stayed here. We very much appreciate the staff and their hard work. Ryokans, especially in this level of quality, are typically more expensive but I would highly recommend this experience if you've never done it before. In the future, we look forward to coming back and staying in this ryokan again.
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Date of stay: June 2016
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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SGPTaiTai wrote a review Oct 2015
Singapore, Singapore232 contributions137 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I'll just add on to the great reviews by saying that our stay here was splendid.

Excellently located ryokan. Excellently dedicated service. Excellently big rooms. Exquisitely prepared and presented Kaiseki dinners, traditional Japanese breakfasts and tea breaks.

Exclusively ours during our stay.

My one tip: if you have heavy luggage with you, do take a cab from Saga-Arashiyama station to the ryokan cos it's hard to pull them along crowded cobblestone paths.
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Date of stay: October 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tokyodude wrote a review June 2010
Tokyo, Japan44 contributions165 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A traditional onsen in Arashiyama, Kyoto. If you're staying around Kyoto central it's a little far away, but worth the trip. The inn itself is really quiet with very traditional touches in interior and the food they serve. We stayed in a regular room (they do have special rooms with your own private onsen in your own room) but still was relatively spacious. What impressed me was not the room itself but the great service and the absolute peace and quiet I experienced there. It wasn't the high season, so I don't think there were lots of other guest staying at the same time, but I never bumped into another guest while I was there and felt like I had the whole place to myself. I had the main onsen to myself and although not big, they do have an indoor and an outdoor onsen. The place overall is extremely clean, and as I said the service was fantastic. The only gripes is that the indoor onsen was a little too hot and at one point I tried to contact the front desk and there was no answer. But besides those two little points, I would love to come back for the great food (traditional Kaiseki) and the tranquility there.
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Date of stay: May 2010
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Jay X wrote a review Dec 2016
8 contributions3 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We really enjoyed our stay here. The level of privacy was outstanding. We felt like we had the place all to ourselves. Service was great, food was delicious, and the location was unbeatable. The hotsprings were nice and both my wife and I made liberal use of them through our stay.

Ok, now onto the disappointments. The main thing was around price: for a similar experience of stay, we paid much less in other areas. We were expecting this hotel to be the highlight of our trip given the price we were paying each night, and in some ways it was. However, in other hotels we had free drinks waiting in our fridge after the hotsprings (basically equally $5-10, but made you feel really at home), but Rangetsu's drinks were the typical overpriced hotel rates. For a luxury hotel, it really hit home that these guys were here to make a buck. The other thing is that despite it's great location, the view is terrible. There's no view of anything from our room aside from a small garden, or anywhere in the hotel - likely for privacy. The hotel is located on the banks of the river with a great view of the fall foliage across the river, yet we had to walk outside to see any of it. Finally, it was around the service. I understand that having privacy is great, but the hotel felt very understaffed. We seldom saw any of the staff around or any activity anywhere around the hotel. There was also nothing to do in the hotel itself, so we found our time in the hotel... peaceful but a bit boring. I guess that's what the hotel is going for so we didn't hold it against them.

All in all, would we go back? Maybe, but not at the same price we paid.
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Date of stay: December 2016
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Matthew P wrote a review Jan 2016
30 contributions10 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Rangetsu is a very modern and extremely clean onsen hotel. Our room was ensuite, with a traditional-style wooden bath, aircon and a huge tv screen. There are two communal onsen in the hotel (one indoor and one outdoor) and there is an elevator, which makes it easy to get to and from your room. The staff are amazingly attentive and look after you very well, especially Megumi who was assigned especially to look after us. We were served amazing kyoto kaiseki meals for both dinner and breakfast, which were lovingly prepared. Rangetsu is both conveniently located (being a short walk from JR line and the tourist train) and scenic (being directly next to the river). It is also close to the bamboo forest, Arashiyama park and the main shopping street.
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Date of stay: December 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jeffma007 wrote a review Oct 2015
92 contributions75 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My gf and I stayed here on Sept 29th. From the moment we arrived in Arashiyama, we knew it was going to be an amazing experience. The vastness of mountains, the serene streaming of river, and the crispness of the air hit you all at once. The best part: Rangetsu is situated right in the middle of it all. The view from the front gates is the stuff you see in travel mags and postcards.

I don't want to repeat what other reviewers have already stated in their posts because I found myself nodding to all the good things they have said. I will focus on two things that stood out in our minds, which sets this Ryokan apart from others we've stayed: attention to detail and our attendant.

Firstly, the attention to detail is phenomenal. Many of the things are done preemptively and behind the scenes. When we first arrived, as we walked up the pathway, Kume, our front desk, came running out to greet us and immediately insisted on carrying our luggage. The next time we saw our bags, they were already neatly lined up in our rooms waiting for us.

During our meal, each course was brought separately, but their timing was on point such that the next dish was brought out just as we were finishing the last few bites of the previous dish.

When we went up after our meal we decided to go out for a stroll in our yukatas (like a kimono). We were informed that they had changed the sizing of my gf's yukata as she is more on the petite side. Then when we had come down to the front, two pairs of traditional Japanese sandals were already lined up waiting for us.

After the pleasant stroll, we came back to our rooms to find that the table had been moved aside and our futons had been set up.

I'm sure that there had been other things done for us that I hadn't even noticed, but as you can tell, they make it a priority to ensure that our stay was as comfortable as possible.

Next is our attendant, Megumi-san. After we had filled out the registration and were waiting for our room to be prepared, we were met with Megumi-san, who told us she would take us to our room. She had the friendliest smile and most genuine demeanour that you couldn't help but feel relaxed and welcomed to the inn.

Throughout our stay, we would be met by Megumi-san who served us our dishes for the Kiseki meals, helped setup our room and explained some of the details of Japanese culture. In the end, we found that she was the difference between staying at any other 5 star accommodation vs being doted on in a luxurious Japanese fashion.

Plainly speaking, Rangetsu has been hands down the highlight of our two week trip in Japan and we would recommend it to anyone in a heartbeat.
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Misheru_xoxo wrote a review Mar 2015
United Kingdom8 contributions4 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a wonderful stay at Rangetsu Ryokan located in the stunning village of Arashiyama. The Ryokan itself is just by the huge river that flows through the village - very picturesque.

The Ryokan is part-modern so it has a general traditional feel (Yukata, Onsen, Japanese food) but it also has modern amenities e.g., elevators, free wi-fi and high-tech toilets (the seat opened on entry to the room!)

On our very rainy arrival we were greeted in the taxi by the wonderfully friendly staff holding umbrellas. The staff were extremely helpful and took all our (very heavy) luggage to our room.

We were greeted with fresh green tea and an afternoon snack (Japanese biscuit)
Our maid came and introduced us to the room and showed us our Yukata robes. I ended up buying one of these for myself (in a store) as it was just so comfortable! We were provided with fresh socks everyday too.

The room itself was sparkling clean with a personal bath/onsen (not hot spring). Though it was not hot spring it was still the wonderful Japanese style with wooden bath, flooring and separate shower. In the bathroom there was a hairdryer and any extra amenities you may need (shower gel, shaving gel, toothbrush etc) even make-up remover!

The food included in stay was incredible value! We had dinner for one of the nights and it was about 8 courses!! The food was all very traditional - a good way to get a taste of things you've probably never eaten before

Our maid was very friendly, sweet and polite and she could speak amazing English

The room had a good air con system. At night they rolled out the futon style beds - very comfortable. In the morning we chose a western style breakfast ~ omelette, toast and sausages (even ketchup!) If you want a Japanese style breakfast it is fish and a lot of raw fish so make sure you can eat that early in the mornings!

Each day when we left the Ryokan there would always be a friendly member of staff to help us or give us a spare umbrella - they would even walk with us down to the entrance and wave goodbye - such lovely attention to detail

Also, the onsen is very nice - they have two onsen pools (in the womens) one indoors and one outdoors. You will need to be prepared to go fully naked into the pools! And be careful if you have any large tattoos as this is not allowed - towels are provided for you as well as shampoos, hairdryers etc.

The location of the Ryokan is pretty good - it's about a 10-15 minute walk to the nearest JR station and to get to Kyoto by train it takes about 30 minutes. Make sure you go to the right station as there is more than one located around the area! When you have walked to the station once it's then very easy to remember.

If you want to go out in the evening and are staying within the area don't get caught out with the timings - most of the eating places/shops/everything shut at 6pm.
We managed to find a great little bar next to the tram station which kindly made us a delicious curry! Had a couple of plum wines here to ~ Great staff and nice little bar :)

The Bamboo forest, Tenryu-ji Temple and Arashiyama Monkey Park are all very close by - all 5/10 minutes walking distance max.
There are many places to eat during the day including street food in the surrounding area and also lots of shops for traditional souvenirs and handmade items.

We really enjoyed our stay here and would definitely visit again! Thanks for having us! :)
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Date of stay: March 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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gco21 wrote a review June 2012
Tokyo, Japan40 contributions26 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The Rangetsu is in a quiet area of Arashiyama with lovely views over the river. It benefits from having its own hot spring (although it has not applied for onsen (or hot spring) status. The bathroom facilities are nice, but nothing special. There was a good looking hinoki (cypress wood) bath in the room which went unused. The hotel prides itself on the food, and it is of high quality, although I would have expected more considering the price we were paying (around US$450 per person per night).
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Date of stay: June 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kim S asked a question Jan 2020
Toronto, Canada151 contributions86 helpful votes
Hi, can more than one person fit inside of the in-room onsen? Thanks
Tanya A asked a question Feb 2019
Los Angeles, California175 contributions30 helpful votes
How are reservations for dinner typically made here? How far in advance do you have to book?
Tanya A asked a question Feb 2019
Los Angeles, California175 contributions30 helpful votes
How are reservations for dinner typically made here? How far in advance do you have to book?
Answer from patrickallos
8 contributions8 helpful votes
We assumed all ryokens included dinner and bfast service which helped to justify the 1000+ a night fee. When we got there we found out there was no dinner with our reservation and it wasnt even possible because there was no staff. We canceled since we were mostly there for the dinner. It would have cost about another 150 had it been avail. The staff was super friendly. Unfort it killed a day of ours in kyoto bec we had to commute out here and back to the main gion district where most hotels are located. So make sure u get a dinner reservation if u still want to go here. Its part of the full ryoken experience which i think ive figured out isnt worth it to me. Kaseki dinners are everywhere in Gion and priced 75-200 usd per head.
Answer from Tony F
Pasadena, California9 contributions4 helpful votes
I think it is possible. Our room can easily fit a family of 4. Try contacting the ryokan directly and ask.
benv615 wrote a tip Dec 2016
1 contribution4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are great"
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OzCol1981 wrote a tip May 2015
Hong Kong, China144 contributions177 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"pay for the rooms with private tubs"
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hungryforrice F wrote a tip Apr 2015
Hong Kong, China131 contributions109 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a room with an outdoor bath that overlooks the river!"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ryotei Rangetsu
Which popular attractions are close to Ryotei Rangetsu?
Nearby attractions include Monkey Park Iwatayama (0.2 km), Tenryuji Temple (0.3 km), and Arashiyama (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ryotei Rangetsu?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and laundry service.
Is parking available at Ryotei Rangetsu?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ryotei Rangetsu?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sushi Naritaya, Arashiyama Kijurou, and Shigetsu.
Are there any historical sites close to Ryotei Rangetsu?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ninna-ji Temple (3.8 km), Daikaku-ji Temple (1.6 km), and Daitoku-ji Temple (7.2 km).
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