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For traveller couples this is not a good place. It might suit single business travelers better.
Here are my reasons:
There is no room for suitcases. The size of the room is very very small. There is a large desk that occupies the space that...More
Love this hotel, its close to shopping malls and nishiki market and Gion. Its walking distance. In the morning i go nishiki market and enjoy many choices of food, go back to hotel to enjoy the natural hot spring at the hotel. At noon walking...More
Rooms at all Super Hotels, including this one, are very small by American or even European standards. It can be a challenge to fit two average suitcases in the room without blocking walkways. But it can be done, and we found the room at this...More
We stayed at another Super Hotel in Tokyo and decided to stay with the same chain in Kyoto. We were not disappointed. The location was perfect for being close to the Market and also to the Geisha district. The free breakfast, Onsen spa, and guest...More
We had stayed three nights in this hotel. The location of this hotel is excellent and you can easily walk to Gion and many famous attractions (e.g. Nishiki Market and Yasakajinjya) in Kyoto. Furthermore, it's surrounded by several department stores and lots of local restaurants....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.