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ibis Styles Kyoto Station

Osaka, Japan (KIX)

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ibis Styles Kyoto Station
47 Higashikujo Kamitonoda-cho<br/>Minami-ku, Kyoto, Japan 601-8002

Based on 657 reviews
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 30-05-2016
The hotel is located conveniently near the Kyoto railway station, the staff are friendly and helpful. Whilst the room is a bit small (like many hotels in Japan), there was sufficient space to put our suitcases down and move around. The one thing that really impressed me was the breakfast at this hotel.....there were good choices of Western or Japanese breakfast and a fair bit of room to cope with a decent crowd. The staff worked very hard making sure everything was restocked so the guests didn't... Read more
Submitted on 31-05-2016
Ibis Styles is a mediocre hotel with a good location. Pros: Great location right next to the Kyoto train station. Clean, though the bathroom definitely had mold. Beds were softer than most in Japan and I slept reasonably well. Room was good sized, not too small. Overall, a good place to stay if you are traveling, just need a quick place to crash, and plan to get breakfast at the train station. Cons: Awful breakfast with almost no options and most of it running out long before anyone came... Read more
from USA
Submitted on 05-06-2016
We have stayed at Accor hotels around the world and various IBIS hotels in different countries and this Ibis by far has the smallest rooms, feels almost clausterphobic! The hotel is right across the Kyoto Station on the Shinkansen Central exit side. If you come on a JR train you will take the escalator up to the 2nd floor from the main atrium/lobby area. Then walk left all the way across to the South exit on the opposite side. Bit hard to find the first time around but then its an easy walk... Read more
from sydney
Submitted on 07-06-2016
This was literally 20 steps from the Itami airport limosine Kyoto drop off. Opposite the quieter side of Kyoto station. Staff were efficient and helpful. Breakfast quite good once a seat became available. Queen room tiny with bed against the walls forcing one person to climb over other one to get out. Solid 3 star hotel.
from Perth
Submitted on 07-06-2016
This was an excellent location for us to stay for getting around both Japan and Kyoto as you are literally across the street from the station for both local and Shinkansen train and the local bus service. There is also a great selection of eating and shopping options. The staff were friendly and helpful, rooms were compact but clean and comfortable, with no noise on the higher floors. The breakfast had a good selection on offer. Would defiantly stay if back in Kyoto.
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 11-06-2016
Clean and warm settings, rooms are tidy, polite and friendly staff, willing to provide assistance in a helpful and professional attitude Very easy to access, just 3 - 5 mins away from the Kyoto Station, elegant outfit and there are other shopping malls nearby My reservation was with buffet tickets, although the choices of the breakfast were not many, the food was still acceptable and quite tasty.
from Cairns
Submitted on 11-06-2016
We could not find the exit from the station that was mentioned on the website. Go towards the west exit and you will eventually find it. You can see the hotel from the station - it is straight across the road. Check in was very easy. The receptionist spoke very good English and was very friendly. Asked for a room with a nice view.... Got a view of a building wall. Not to worry. Walked into the tiniest room I have ever seen. We had the economy double room and it is 14square metres in total. The b... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 26-06-2016
Small rooms - nice decor comfortable beds. Across the road from the station. Do not take the breakfast option if you are looking for a 'English' type breakfast ! Stayed 3 days - same small bowl of cornflakes on the stand everyday. Scrambled egg which I put on my toast & that's it !! Extremely disappointed with the breakfast - 95% Asian 5 % Western. Don't waste your money ! Front desk also not very helpful. Location good for the train station.
from New Zealand
Submitted on 29-06-2016
This hotel is in a great location, and can be spotted from the train station. The room was clean & modern, and to be expected in Japan, small. My family of 4 used 2x rooms & even then it was really squashed with luggage. The breakfast is "okay" but unless included in your room rate, I would give a miss especially if staying more that one night. There are plenty of other food establishments nearby, including a convenience store (mini supermarket) across the road. I thought a 50/50 split of Ja... Read more
from Brisbane, Australia
Submitted on 29-06-2016
Can't fault the position...opposite the station. Rooms were teeny tiny - the smallest overall our 2 week Japan holiday but neat and everything one would need. Breakfast (a meal I look forward too immensely) was not enjoyable at all - far too busy with bland offerings (I only wanted fruit and that was cut up into sizes for pre schoolers and the person in front of me basically took the platter on offer - leaving me waiting waiting waiting for more to be brought out & then I didn't get in quick en... Read more
from Bangkok, Thailand
Submitted on 30-06-2016
We needed a place to stay in Kyoto near the station. This was it. We slept there. It was safe and convenient. If that's what you want, go for it. Check in and check out were unnecessarily unpleasant. Breakfast was an absolute zoo: plastic food off plastic plates on plastic tables. Way too many people for the breakfast room's capacity. Room had all you would expect for an overnight stay and an unrivalled view of the karaoke palace across the road. If you want to experience the gracefulness of ... Read more
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 01-07-2016
Stayed in the twin room. Clean room with sufficient space for 2. Bathroom was clean with good hot shower. Very good location and friendly staff. Right opposite kyoto station and bus terminal. Need to walk via level 2 of kyoto station to the hotel.
Submitted on 08-07-2016
The wifi is the biggest disappointment considering how amazing the ibis Tokyo wifi is. I really hope the next 8 nights here the wifi is fixed, as going out to find free wifi that was super fast is pretty annoying, it should be the same speed as the shopping center which is fast!!!
from Jakarta
Submitted on 10-07-2016
Ibis Styles Kyoto Station is a nice hotel and staff are very friendly and helpfull. It is very conveniently located just outside Kyoto Station which is the hub for train in and out of Kyoto. Inner city bus terminal also in Kyoto Station, so, it is very convenient for traveller. Room is nice and room size is standard of Ibis Style size. Brrakfast is simple but nice as well.
from Bandung, Indonesia
Submitted on 13-07-2016
Ibis styles kyoto station has an excellent location, near central bus stop and train station. The staff are very friendly. Hotel staff's allow guest to store luggage before check in and after check out. Clean room.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 16-07-2016
I would highly recommend this hotel if you are looking for something inexpensive to put 'the head down' next to the station. Its not in the main tourist/shopping area though. It's not a luxury hotel but the rooms were clean (although small), good room facilities, the staff were very helpful, breakfast was included and while basic, it 'hit the spot' very nicely. All in all excellent value for money.
from Adelaide, Australia
Submitted on 27-07-2016
great location, but thats where it stops. the ground floor is where you enter the hotel small non airconditional it was stinking hot waiting for the lifts.2 nd floor reception what chaos small people everywhere poky small not a well thought area. 3rd floor breakfast room it had the feeling of a overcrowded backpackers hostel and food to match . not my kind of hotel will not go back
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 27-07-2016
Ibis Styles was a small and somewhat budgetish hotel next to Kyoto station. That was probably its key asset but nevertheless an important one. The rooms were tiny and actually had a balcony which was not advisable to access. The breakfast room was pretty small and generally crowded but the food was OK. This was the only amenity area in this small hotel so make the most of it. Kyoto is such a delightful city that you don't want to stay in your hotel room anyway. There was a big shopping centre do... Read more
from Bali, Indonesia
Submitted on 31-07-2016
clean and close to station.location wise it's really great. the room is clean although a bit small for our luggages.the staff is super friendly and helpful will definitely come back again and recommend it to family and friends
from Cape Town Central, South Africa
Submitted on 02-08-2016
We stayed one night as the previous hotel we were at, the Keihan, was fully booked for the extra night we wanted. Location was excellent opposite the station. However, for the price, we thought you get better value at the Keihan. There were simple things that were missing from this hotel, that most of the other Japanese hotels we stayed at, had. It was clear this european hotel chain group didn't quite get the Japanese way, instead "cost-cutting" where they could. Would not stay here again. ... Read more
from England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 03-08-2016
Spent 3 nights here while we travelled around Japan a bit. The hotel is your average station hotel. Really easy access to JR lines, bullet train and subway. Rooms have the basic facilities and the breakfast is okay. However, the breakfast hall is very small and you feel like you're constantly in someone's way. The staff speak good English and seem willing to help. Rooms were cleaned to a decent standard each day. I'm conclusion, it does what is says on the tin.
from Kyoto, Japan
Submitted on 01-09-2016
i was traveling alone and had 3 nights in Kyoto. I really enjoyed the stay. I arrived early on the train from Tokyo and the hotel was so easy to find. I left my bags at reception as I was too early for check in. The two young women on the Reception Desk spoke very good English and understood my questions. (unlike at other hotels where the level of understanding was much less detailed) I returned later and checked in. The room was not large but it was more than adequate. I went to breakfast just... Read more
from Lucknow, India
Submitted on 03-09-2016
We stayed here for two nights with three more families on way to Osaka. The hotel offers everything in terms of facilities but one wonders if 10% more space could be there for keeping the luggage you carry and hanging your clothes. The Location is excellent, right across Kyoto station which houses numerous places to eat. A number of malls around offer good shopping facility. Staff was efficient for check in compared to any place in the world and had helping attitude with smile. The elevators... Read more
from Nicosia, Cyprus
Submitted on 04-09-2016
We had a 3 night stay at Ibis Styles Kyoto and it was uncomfortable for me. I would recommend it for a short stay (like 1 night). More than that gets a bit hectic. Our room was super small and the tiniest bathroom we ever had. Breakfast was messy. Too many people every single morning we have been there and difficult to control although personnel was trying their best. Selection of things at breakfast weird. I like both asian and western food but what they offered was limited and not exactly the ... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 10-09-2016
Stayed here for 4 nights and would definitely come back. Location was brilliant for commuting to all of the various sites by both bus and train plus the convenience of restaurants, 7-11 & tourist info at the station. Breakfast buffet and on room wi-fi was a bonus.
from London
Submitted on 18-09-2016
This is a very conveniently located hotel. The rooms are very small but who wants to be in their hotel room in Kyoto? The staff are friendly and speak English. The rooms are spotless and the bathroom is well equipped with toiletries.
Submitted on 25-09-2016
My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights on our short stay in Kyoto. We booked the hotel for the location which is across the road from Kyoto Station, great for exploring. Clean rooms with breakfast included. Staff very friendly.
from Tanjung Pandan, Indonesia
Submitted on 07-10-2016
Just in front of kyoto station, Ibis styles kyoto station is perfect as a base to explore the city. The room also provide basic need for traveler. Amenities is good and they recognise accor member with free bottled water, matcha kit kat and late check out, and without any hassle, a late check out request is being handled in matter of minutes The breakfast area is small but they provide a takeaway breakfast box if you dont want to eat there. The selection is limited but the taste is quite good ... Read more
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 07-10-2016
This Ibis is located across the street from Kyoto Train Station and Metro. Perfect if you do not want to carry you suitcase around the city. Rooms are nicely appointed albeit a bit small. Breakfast in the morning is varied with the buffet offering both local and international options. You just need to time it well as it can get busy, but wait time was never an issue. Checkin and checkout went smoothly and staff was always there to help.
from Australia
Submitted on 07-10-2016
Hotel positioned very conveniently to Kyoto Station (could see hotel from the platform which made finding it even easier). As with a lot of Japanese hotels the rooms are very small and not really designed to accommodate more than 1 suitcase, however the room was very clean and the bathroom, while compact, had everything required even razors and toothbrushes. Breakfast was a chaotic affair, not the best selection we have had but enough to get you going for the day. Food would be better spread ... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 08-10-2016
When you are lugging too much luggage around Japan with your rail pass, it's often a good idea to base yourself near a train station--especially for short stays. Though you should occasionally spurge on a beautiful ryokan or make the journey to a special hotel, you will have the budget and energy to do so when you find a cheap place near a train station. The Ibis chain of hotels are usually well-located, clean and modern and offer an excellent value. Yes, the room may be small, but it's comforta... Read more
from Pelham, New York
Submitted on 09-10-2016
I was disappointed by my stay here. The breakfast room was way too small for all the guests staying at the hotel; there was a line waiting to get in. Although there were several choices from their breakfast buffet, I only found the rolls and orange juice to be good. I had to eat at McDonalds for breakfast. My room was smaller than what I expected. I didn't even have a closet. The room was well-decorated however. When I was moving to a ryokan in Kyoto when my stay ended, I asked if they co... Read more
from Monterrey, Mexico
Submitted on 15-10-2016
The best of this hotel is the location, just in front of Kyoto Station. This means you have a variety of options to eat within walking distance. I didn't have breakfast in the hotel for obvious reasons. As when I was staying in this hotel I was in the middle of my tour through Japan, I used the laundry machines located on the second floor. They work with 100 yen coins and you do not need to add detergent, the machine adds it for you. The rooms were small (remember you are in an Ibis and in Jap... Read more
from Lake Oswego
Submitted on 16-10-2016
The location is great being right across the street from Kyoto Station. The staff is friendly and efficient, there is a coin operated laundry. However, the rooms are small. If you are more than average height the space in the room and the bath may be uncomfortable. We were on the 6th floor facing the station and the audible signal from the traffic light was clearly heard even with the window closed. There was a pinging and a ponging all day.The breakfast room is a crowded cafeteria and getting t... Read more
from Zama, Japan
Submitted on 17-10-2016
This hotel is directly across from the Kyoto Station, which is a huge plus. The staff were very helpful, and the place was clean. The reason for only 4 stars is that, in comparison to the APA hotel in Hiroshima we stayed at last night, this place seemed a little more worn. Scuff marks on the walls, nicks in the furniture etc. And it was twice the price. I know we're comparing Hiroshima prices to Kyoto prices, but I was a little surprised. The bathroom, however, looked like it had been recently... Read more
from Dublin
Submitted on 17-10-2016
New hotel across road from main station. Note, in Japan, train stations are great places to stay near and use for food etc. Unlike in most other places, the train stations are not a gathering place for drunks, tramps, druggies or people loitering. This hotel has lobby on 3rd floor which means the lifts are always busy. Room was good size ( we had twin) and had laundry self service facility. Avoid room near lifts as it can be noisy due to waiting time for lift to arrive. Note - cheapest coffee is... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 18-10-2016
Great location, from the Kyoto train station, take the exit "Hachijo West Side, proceed down to street level and the hotel is right across the street. The room was small, not sure if they are all like that or because I booked for one person. The room is well equipped, they provided a robe, slippers, toiletries to include a hair brush and shaver! The breakfast was only so so to me, I would rather eat at one of the many places inside the Kyoto Station. Staff was friendly and effective. Would stay ... Read more
Submitted on 18-10-2016
A sufficient hotel. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The hotel was conveniently located just across the street from the Kyoto station. Of note, all the major stations have lots of shopping and restaurants so they are very good places to reside nearby. The rooms are very tiny with very tiny bathrooms but even with two of us in a queen bed room, it was alright. No noise from neighbors but some street noise from the trains at the station which didn't bother us. We liked that we could open ... Read more
from Oxford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 19-10-2016
In December 2015 I booked for 5 nights at this hotel but was obliged to cancel within a month of making the booking which was for November 2016. They refused any refund. I consider this sharp practice and will never use Accor Hotels again.