According to Wikipedia, “boutique” is a term used to describe small hotels in unique settings with upscale accommodations. The idea of boutique styles for hotels is recently evolving and developing in Japan, but this concept has existed for a long time in some way, known as “ryokan”. Are you looking for a special type of boutique hotel accommodation for your next trip in Kyoto Japan? Below is the list that will help you decide where to stop at.
The price was excellent for the level of comfort it offers, quiet and cool place to stay at in Kyoto. Japanese traditional design with a modern twist, just a taxi ride away to Kyoto’s famous tourist destinations, it also has bicycles for rent and offers superb service, all of this attracts netizens and the hotel has a lot of positive customer reviews.
This hotel is famous for its red door, quite small with 7 rooms and a unique touch of Chinese interior designs to create a peaceful and pleasant stay. Hotel staffs are very thoughtful and approachable. The good thing is you can try their free breakfast as well as free drinks and snacks in the afternoon. The guest room number is limited, so make sure to book it in advance!
It is one of the top trending hotels in Kyoto. Typical to similar to townhouses and tiny rent houses, it is a perfect spot for group or family travellers. Unlike other hotels, there is no tv in Gagakuan but a music to help you relax, to have a deep sleep and to get energized for tomorrow’s activity, the owner himself welcomes you at the entrance, assists all your needs and helps you to have the most convenient stay.
The elegant and genuine luxury hotel service is offered by “The Screen” hotel. Having a modern touch of both local and foreign artistry, this hotel is labeled one of the best hotels in Kyoto.
It features 13 personalized guest rooms, each one in a different style, a chapel area for private wedding ceremony, a banquet area for the reception, and a breathtaking view from their Sky Lounge area.