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Ryoan Kazuki Ryokan

Osaka, Japan (OSA)

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Superior Japanese room Kaden - Ryoan Kazuki Ryokan - 1

Superior Japanese room Kaden

  • Four Single Beds
This room overlooks the city. Enjoy welcome amenities, and request an in-room massage. A minibar and a coffee/tea maker are provided. You will have a separate bathtub and shower with handheld showerhead, as well as bathrobes, slippers, and complimentary toiletries. Climate control, a separate sitting area, and air conditioning are among the conveniences offered.

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Japanese room Kazuki - Ryoan Kazuki Ryokan - 2

Japanese room Kazuki

  • Four Single Beds
This room overlooks the city. Enjoy welcome amenities, and request an in-room massage. A minibar and a coffee/tea maker are provided. You will have a separate bathtub and shower with handheld showerhead, as well as bathrobes, slippers, and complimentary toiletries. Climate control, a safe, and a desk are among the included amenities.

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Ryoan Kazuki Ryokan
191 Higashiiru, Higashinotouin<br/>Rokkakudouri, Nakagyoku, Kyoto, Japan 604-8133

Property Features.
Recreational amenities include a spa tub and a steam room. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and the ryokan has an Internet point. Complimentary guest parking is limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Business services and concierge services are available. Additional property amenities include gift shops/newsstands, dry cleaning/laundry services, and an elevator (lift).

Guestrooms.
33 air-conditioned guestrooms at Ryoan Kazuki Ryokan feature minibars and coffee/tea makers. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers with handheld showerheads. They also offer bidets, bathrobes, and slippers. Guestrooms offer desks and safes. Rooms also include windows that open and welcome amenities. Guests may request in-room massages and wake-up calls. A nightly turndown service is offered.



Notifications:

  • The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.


Based on 35 reviews
from Avon, Connecticut
Submitted on 16-08-2015
Superb location equidistant from Gion and train station. Rooms have western comfort of good air conditioning and private plumbing although our room tub and shower was quite old but was clean and worked well,. Just enough Japanese character with Tatami mat and futons to give a Japanese traditional feeling. Service is very accommodative but english speaking is average. Western breakfast is weak but Japanese breakfast is strong. Courtyard is lovely. Complimentary in-room tea snacks daily. Onsens ... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 25-01-2016
This ryokan makes for a great authentic Japanese experience. I have stayed 6 or so different ryokans in Japan, and this one is very nice. The entrance walkway is goregous and the decoration, even inside the elevator, is elegant. The onsens are a real highlight--the outdoor bath is absolutely lovely, and all four of them have nice gardens that they look out on, are spacious and very clean. We had a traditional Japanese dinner in our room one night which is an experience I recommend--the servers s... Read more
from Shanghai, China
Submitted on 04-04-2016
This traditional ryokan in the central Kyoto district is clean, comfortable and has delicious food for breakfast. The staff were super helpful and the bathhouses were clean and in a beautiful setting. We could walk to buses and metros easily and loads of restaurants are in this area. They allowed us to store our bags and helped us with transportation around Kyoto. I would highly recommend this ryokan!!
from Paris
Submitted on 07-04-2016
Location is perfect in the city center and the public baths are well decorated in Japanese style. Employees are very welcoming. But this place is not a ryokan as the name seems to precise, more than 30 rooms, so the private atmosphere as we expect in a ryokan is not really here. It's hard to find someone speaking English, hard to believe for this standing. Rooms are quite good, except the bathroom very basic. We had the Japanese style and western style breakfast : for western we had fried chi... Read more
from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Submitted on 11-04-2016
If you are trying out a Ryokan for the first time, Kazuki could be a good start. The location is not too far from the subway and is very quiet. However, the room was not too impressive. It was quite dated (I feel it needs refurbishing). The size was comfortable (based Japanese standards), the heating was satisfactory and tatami was really comfortable. What I like most of this Ryokan are the 3 onsens. We tried every one at different times of the day. The dinner and breakfast were part of the pa... Read more
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