Set in a secret garden at the heart of a forest, Aman Kyoto rests a stone’s throw from Kyoto’s golden Kinkaku-ji Temple and 16 other Unesco World Heritage Sites.
The new Hyatt Regency Kyoto is located in the cultural heart of Kyoto within walking distance of several historic temples. Nearby places of interest include Kyoto's National Museum, and Chishakuin, Sanjusangendo and Yogenin Temples.
This luxurious ryokan opened for business in 1818 and it is one of the finest ryokans in Kyoto.
Opened in February 2014 as the first luxury urban resort in Japan, The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto sits serenely on the banks of the Kamogawa river, with sweeping views of the famous Higashiyama mountains.
Nestled in the center of HonshÅ«, and once the capital of Japan, Kyoto is home to 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, more than 1,600 Buddhist temples, and some 400 Shinto shrines.