The Screen: A Beautiful Boutique Hotel in Kyoto

  • A new year means a new way of traveling and some new adventures. There will probably be many people going to Japan in 2016. To have the best accommodation, it is a good idea to seek a place with superb Japanese hospitality. One of these great accommodations is situated in Kyoto, the center of Japanese culture, and is called “The Screen.” It is the best place to experience unique, creative comfort and outstanding design.


    As a Boutique Hotel


    The Screen is also known as a boutique hotel as it gives the guests a chance to choose their own style. With every room having a different design, guests will surely be able to express themselves through their choices. The hotel’s level of choice and creativity is exceptional and something you cannot find in other hotels. Plus, the location offers a great chance to access the cultural areas of Kyoto.

    The Rooms


    There are about 13 different room types to choose from among 3 types – semi-suite room, suite room, and executive suite room. Services and facilities include a welcome drink and the comfort of having the bathroom and toilet room separate. Bathroom amenities include shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, body butter and soap. It also comes with a body sponge, show cream and sewing kit. Indoor electrical appliances include the following: TV, espresso machine, DVD player, a digital scale, air humidifier, trouser presser, flashlight and a telephone.

    Restaurant and Bar


    The hotel’s restaurant incorporates French cuisine with Kyoto’s finest. You can also enjoy the bar with its stylish nature offering serenity and urban comfort. The dinner ranges from 5,000 yen to 12,500 yen.

    How to Access The Screen

    You can reach the hotel either by train or by taxi. It is a 10-minute walk from the east of Marutamachi Station on the Karasuma subway line and a 7-minute walk west of the Keihan Marutamachi Station on the Keihan main line. Or, if you don’t want to walk, it takes 15 minutes by taxi from Kyoto Station. The hotel doesn’t have parking spaces but there are parking lots nearby with certain hourly rates.

    With such great views and designs of The Screen, it will surely take guests’ breath away. This place is a spectacular way of relaxing while deeply immersing yourself in Japanese culture.

    The Screen

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