Kyoto Dai-Ni Tower Hotel

Address: 570-1 Higashishiokojicho, Shichijosagaru, Higashinotoindori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kinki, 600-8216, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kyoto Station area of Kyoto, is near Sanjusangendo Hall (Rengeo-in), Tofuku-ji, Kyoto National Museum, and Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art.
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    • High-speed internet in room (free)

    TravelPod Member ReviewsKyoto Dai-Ni Tower Hotel

    Reviewed by pedalpaddle

    Kyoto Dai Ni Tower Hotel

    Reviewed Aug 19, 2012
    by (8 reviews) Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

    I've stayed at this business hotel numerous times. Location and reasonable price are the main reasons. Right outside Kyoto station, so close it's almost connected. About 5500yen per night. Clean rooms. Restaurant on main floor. Staff are not too generous with the smiles or the English, but do their job. Busy place. Across the street is the underground mall connected to Kyoto station. Lots of restaurants inside.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Kyoto Dai-Ni Tower Hotel

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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