"The Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto is located in the heart of Kyoto City, close to subways, private trains and major banks."
The city’s business and shopping centers are just around the corner, and major sightseeing areas are only a short distance away, including the Nishiki food market, Bukko-ji Temple and other traditional small shops and buildings.
Additionally, you can find many historical aspects of Kyoto to enjoy within walking distance of the hotel. Our 216 guest rooms are very comfortable and equipped with all the modern conveniences you could expect. Excellent service and warm Kyoto hospitality is offered to all guests. Stay at the Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto and enjoy a wonderful time in this charming city.
All of the spacious guest rooms are elegantly decorated and very relaxing. The bathrooms have both a bath tub and a separate shower stall. There are several types of rooms to meet all guests’ needs including: executive rooms, junior suites, triple rooms, and more. Non smoking rooms are also available.
It is often said that Kyoto’s rich culture has a lot to do with its excellent fresh water wells. Today, the city still has many wells and springs that provide pure water. The water at the hotel is drawn from an underground source and mixed with a little tap water for use in all the hotel's facilities. Guests at the Nikko Princess Kyoto can enjoy the use of a swimming pool and fitness gym at the Gunze Sports Club, a beauty salon, jewellery shop and souvenir shop.
- Swimming pool
- Beauty salon
- Jewellery shop
- Souvenir shop
- Internet access
The Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto offers guests a delicious range of dining options, from casual light meals through to sumptuous Japanese and Cantonese cuisine. Delight in the finest cuts of Japanese beef and fresh seafood at the Hoen Teppanyaki Grill, or sit down to an authentic Japanese meal within the relaxing surroundings of the Sagano restaurant. Enjoy a leisurely drink in the hotel's bar to cap off your day.
Most visitors choose to visit Kyoto during the months of spring and autumn, when temperatures are most appealing and the weather is stable and predictable. Outside of these seasons, Kyoto’s weather can be somewhat hard to predict, with sticky and hot summer conditions and icy winters. Visiting in spring allows for wonderful scenery as the cherry blossoms explode into colour.
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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