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S LE E PI N G

Tour Club (p148)
Budget Inn (p148)
Utano Youth Hostel (p154)
Ryokan Uemura (p152)
Ryokan Shimizu (p148)
Ryokan Motonago (p152)
Hotel Unizo (p150)
Palace Side Hotel (p151)
Karasuma Kyoto Hotel (p149)
Hyatt Regency Kyoto (p152)

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ACCOMMODATION STYLES

The following are the most common accommodation types you will encounter in this
book and on your travels.

simple (often concrete) exteriors, and a sign
(usually in both English and Japanese) out
the front. Although you can’t expect much
English from the front desk clerk, if you smile
and speak slowly you should be okay.

Business Hotels

Standard or Luxury Hotels

A very common form of midrange accommodation is the so-called ‘business hotel’. Generally these are economical and functional
places geared to the lone traveller on business,
although most in Kyoto also take couples. In
Kyoto, a room in a business hotel will have a
pay TV and tiny bathroom, and cost between
¥6000 and ¥12,000. As is the case with various
ryokan, some business hotels accept credit
cards, but you should always ask when you
check in. There is no room service and you
will usually be required to check out at 10am
or 11am and check in after 3pm or 4pm. At
some of the nicer business hotels, there are
large shared baths and saunas in addition to
the private ones in the guest rooms.
Business hotels are identifiable by their
small size (usually three to five floors), their

The following is a guide to the pricing system in this
chapter. Prices are per room per night, including
bathroom and air-con (unless otherwise stated).
¥¥¥
over ¥15,000
¥¥
¥6000-15,000
¥
under ¥6000

In addition to business hotels, you will find
a variety of standard/luxury hotels in Kyoto.
These will be similar to standard/luxury hotels anywhere else in the developed world,
although, this being Japan, you can expect
the service to be on a superior level. English is spoken at these hotels, and the rooms
are usually very well maintained and larger
than business-hotel rooms. In addit...
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SLEEPING
Tour Club ( p148 )
Budget Inn ( p148 )
Utano Youth Hostel ( p154 )
Ryokan Uemura ( p152 )
Ryokan Shimizu ( p148 )
Ryokan Motonago ( p152 )
Hotel Unizo ( p150 )
Palace Side Hotel ( p151 )
Karasuma Kyoto Hotel ( p149 )
Hyatt Regency Kyoto ( p152 )
© Lonely Planet Publications
Want more Sleeping recommendations than we could ever pack into this little
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independent reviews, then reserve your room simply and securely.
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