Located near Shirakawa in Kyoto Gion area that welcomes you with graceful and calm atmosphere.

Gion Shinmonso

Kyoto

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Gion Shinmonso is located at the most atmospheric area with ancient city taste in Kyoto. It is the genuine Japanese style ryokan in the Historical Landscape Preservation and Improvement District near the Shirakawa River.

The ryokan is at the Hanamikoji street, where in the evening, elegant Kyoto dialect is sounding around in the air and you can see Maiko girls (apprentice geisha) passing by the street.

Good access to the Sanjo Terminal and all areas in Kyoto for sightseeing.

Also we recommend that you walk in Higashiyama.

-All rooms are equipped with toilet with bidet.
-Free Wi-Fi available in all area.

5 minute walk away from Sanjo Station, Keihan Line or Sanjo Keihan Station, Metro Tozai Line.

20 minutes by bus from Kyoto Station (Bus# 206)
3 minute walk away from the bus stop "Chion-in mae")

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Information

[Address]
KyotoShinmon Mae, GionHanamikoji, Higashiyama Ku, Kyoto243 MAP
[Number of rooms]
21rooms
[Maximum occupancy]
110pax
[Year Built / Renovation Year]
1982 / 2009
[Meal]
BF included、Half board
[Check-in / out time]
16:00 / 10:00
[Pick-up]

Bathing tax

Adults
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Children
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Infants
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Disabled
1 barrier-free guest room(A wheelchair-accessible room, A barrier-free bathroom, A washlet toilet seat, A disabled-accessible bathroom )
Vending machine
Available(soft drinks)
Non smoking rooms
We can deodorize smoking rooms.
Room service
Available from 16:00 to 21:00.
Computer
Available at the lobby.
Humidifier
We rent them but there may be no vacancies.
High-speed Internet
Free Wi-Fi service in the whole building.
Cleaning
Pick up by 9:00 and return around 18:00.
Door-to-door service
We handle delivery at a front desk.
Nearest station within walking distance
5-minute walk from Sanjyo station/Shijyo station on Keihan Honsen. 8-minute walk from Kawaramachi station on Hankyu Kyoto Line.

Supplies

Shampoo、Conditioner、Soap、Conditioner within Shampoo、Body Soap、Amenities (Male)、Amenities (Female)、Shaver、Shower Cap、Hair Dryer

Other facilities

Additional notices
About parking
- We do not have parking. Please use pay parking near here. Thank you for your understanding.
- If you park in the Outou Municipal Parking between 17:00-9:00, you will be charged about 3800 yen. For further information, please ask us.

Hotel Reviews

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    ID: ふぁのすけ
    鴨川散策にはアクセス良好なロケーションです♪2015/03
    2泊3日の京都旅行で、京都が良く分からない状況での1泊目でした。 京都駅からのタクシー運転手さんから教えていただいた、2本だけの「早咲きの桜」を見るため、夕方には鴨川散策しました。 ホテルからは丁度いい距離です。桜の時期には1週間ほど早かったので、ホテル傍の川沿いの桜はまだ蕾でしたが、満開の頃には部屋の広縁から見ることができるそうです。ただ街中の旅館ですので、窓からの景観は期待されないほうがよいで...
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    ID: haru
    おかげさまで大満足でした。2015/02
    写真通りのキレイさで、テレビや冷蔵庫など全て襖で隠せるようになっており、上品で贅沢な時間を過ごせました。 朝ごはんもかなり立派で美味しかったです! 欠点は、エレベーターがガタガタと音がなって心配になるのと、壁が薄くて廊下の声や足音が筒抜けでした。あと、駐車場がパーキングしかない為、2600円かかりました。 それ以外は、文句なし‼︎ また利用しようと思っています。
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    ID: たつみ
    広いお部屋にボリュームたっぷりの食事2014/01
    新年初旅行で、彼女と利用させてもらいました。 二人だけでしたが、10畳もの広い部屋で、ゆったりのんびり過ごしました。 朝・夕ともにボリュームたっぷりの食事で大満足です。 また、立地条件もよく京都周辺を初詣・買い物と堪能することができました。 従業員の方も、親切丁寧な対応をしてくださり、利用してよかったと思いました。

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