Nagomi-Ryokan Yuu
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7.8 Very good location
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7.8Location
  • Close to public transportation

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms

  • Air conditioning

  • Bar

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Nearest essentials

  • Airports
    • 37 km
    • Osaka International Airport (ITM)
    • 62 km
    • Kobe Airport (UKB)
  • Bus and rail stations
    • 350 meters
    • Gojo Subway Station
    • 950 meters
    • Shijo Subway Station
  • Hospital or clinic
    • 450 meters
    • Okabayashi Clinic
  • Pharmacy
    • 750 meters
    • Sakura Pharmacy
  • Convenience store
    • 250 meters
    • Lawson
  • Cash withdrawal
    • 60 meters
    • ATM

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7.4

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  • Cleanliness 8.6
  • Facilities 7.3
  • Location 7.8
  • Room comfort and quality 8.3
  • Service 9.0
  • Value for money 7.7
  • Cleanliness 9.0
  • Facilities 7.8
  • Location 7.8
  • Room comfort and quality 8.5
  • Service 9.5
  • Value for money 7.8
  • Cleanliness 8.2
  • Facilities 5.7
  • Location 7.4
  • Room comfort and quality 8.2
  • Service 8.8
  • Value for money 7.6
Excellent
based on 3 reviews
  • Cleanliness 8.7
  • Facilities 8.0
  • Location 9.3
  • Room comfort and quality 9.0
  • Service 8.7
  • Value for money 8.0
Excellent
based on 5 reviews
  • Cleanliness 9.6
  • Facilities 8.0
  • Location 9.2
  • Room comfort and quality 8.5
  • Service 8.0
  • Value for money 7.2
  • Cleanliness 8.8
  • Facilities 8.0
  • Location 7.8
  • Room comfort and quality 8.0
  • Service 8.9
  • Value for money 8.0
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4.8
argun from Turkey
Solo traveler
Japanese-Style Twin Room with Shared Bathroom
Stayed 2 nights in October 2016
room was smelly and not a great experience.”
Room smells really awkward and when i said this problem to reception they implied that smell is because of new bamboo mat but it is unbearable. not a ryokan experience i was expecting. it is a hotel in a good place but not a good in it. typical house covered with modern items.
Reviewed October 20, 2016
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6.8
Elton from China
Family with teens
Small Twin with Bathroom
Stayed 1 night in October 2016
Family with 2+ children in Asia, heads up.”
I did a last minute booking, was the closest place I could find to the Kyoto station. Very original construction yet clean. The issue is that I booked two rooms to fit my family of five. Found out they split us into two different buildings (each one has a different listing in this site). They run 3 buildings in the same block. We did not feel safe in the area and decided to sleep all together in just one of the rooms. Yet got charged for the two rooms. Felt cheated. Lesson learned, if travelling with 2 or more children, call ahead to confirm the arrangements.
Reviewed October 09, 2016
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9.6
Celia from Portugal
Solo traveler
Small Japanese Room with Bath for 1 person
Stayed 3 nights in October 2015
Ideal for solo female travelers ”
I stayed for a few nights in the small solo room and found it is a perfect compromise between a modern hotel and a ryokan. I had ensuite bathroom which is really convenient, and the tatami room, being small and no frills, did not feel stuffy or gloomy, as there was a window to the courtyard. I personally love sleeping in a futon, but those who prefer a fluffy mattress beware. The staff was friendly and the breakfast very tasty, served in a breezy room facing a courtyard. It was lovely overall, keep it up!
Reviewed September 24, 2016
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5.2
julian from Taiwan
Group
Japanese-Style Economy Family Room with Shared Bathroom (5 Adults)
Stayed 1 night in August 2016
So so”
So so
Reviewed September 03, 2016
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6.4
Agnieszka from Poland
Couple
Standard Japanese Room with Bath for 2 person
Stayed 1 night in June 2016
Nice but...”
Staff was friendly, nevertheless it was not good value for money. Breakfast definitely overpriced and less tasty then in other ryokans; paper walls between rooms are ok as long as your neighbours respect basis rules- so rather expect being in the middle of night discussions, alarm ringing for a long time etc... Like a dormitory standard
Reviewed June 05, 2016
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8.8
WEE from Singapore
Couple
Quadraple Room with Private Bathroom
Stayed 3 nights in March 2016
Rustic japanese stay”
We experience staying in a ryokan. The staff are friendly. The ryokan is quiet and clean. Will come back to stay whenever i drop by kyoto.
Reviewed April 04, 2016
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6.0
benjamin from Philippines
Group
Standard Japanese Room with Bath for 2 person
Stayed 1 night in December 2015
just ok”
room style and staff
we went to the address given by this website but it was not the actual hotel, we asked the crew where is the hotel the problem no one can understand us. we called the hotel but we can not go through them. we asked around where exactly the hotel but no one can understand us (we spoke english). Until we walk to an alley perpendicular to the hotel address given in this site, we saw nagomi ryokan sign, there we enter the compound, the staff were friendly and apologetic. the room was clean and wide. they asked us if we want to eat breakfast (additional fee applies) so we asked for the menu but there's only one menu available for breakfast so we said no.
Reviewed December 18, 2015
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10.0
Jessica from Australia
Couple
Standard Japanese Room with Bath for 2 person
Stayed 2 nights in December 2015
Will stay again next time we are in Kyoto”
The staff were very friendly and helpful. It was in a great location. Great value for money
Memorable.
Reviewed December 10, 2015
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7.0
Qiang from China
Solo traveler
Standard Japanese Room with Bath for 2 person
Stayed 2 nights in September 2015
good location”
location, quiet, nice staff
Was a nice stay. Staff are good, location is good, very quiet place.
Reviewed September 10, 2015
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7.0
Patricia from Malaysia
Family with young children
Standard Japanese Room with Bath for 2 person
Stayed 1 night in June 2015
Overhyped”
The authentic room, private bath and neighbourhood environment
I didn't feel that the staff were particularly helpful. They were just doing their job. We had stayed in 4 hotels in our 9 days in Japan and Nagomi Ryokan Yuu was a one-night stay for a ryokan experience. Out of the 4 hotels, Nagomi Ryokan Yuu had the lowest level of service: 1) The luggage delivery service was comparatively expensive. The lady took measurements of our luggage but it seemed they didn't matter at all. Each luggage was ¥1700 regardless of sizes. I used Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku's luggage delivery service and the bigger one only cost me about ¥1500 while the smaller one was ¥1380. 2) I had hoped to wear a yukata but the ryokan only tied up with one yukata rental company and it was fully booked. I was under the impression that the guests could use the ryokan's yukata rental service when they arrive but apparently you need to book in advance, before you reach the ryokan. 3) The hotel charged an extra ¥1000 per night for my child who shared the bed. I wouldn't have thought much about it except that the two other hotels that I had booked also listed 2 adults as maximum occupancy but didn't charge that extra ¥1000 per night. 4) On seeing that I had a young child and an elderly with me, I was shocked that the ryokan went ahead and took us to a room that required a steep climbing of ladder (not steps) to get to the beds! The ryokan did change to a more user friendly room for us upon request but I thought it would have been more common-sense not to even introduce us to the room. Overall, we didn't enjoy the stay because of the lacklustre service. Nice and quiet environment though.
Reviewed June 18, 2015
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