4 Recommended Hotels with Ladies’ Plans in Kyoto
Here are four hotels in Kyoto that are recommended for their ladies’ plans.
Hotel Grand Bach Kyoto is a hotel that is situated in an ideal location at the heart of Kyoto, just a five-minute walk away from Kawaramachi Station. With its Joshi Tabi/Haha Musume Tabi plan for female pairs, including mother/daughter pairs, (starts at 6,730 JPY for twin) that is available until the end of March 2017, guests are given pouches with a traditional Japanese design that give off a high-class feeling as they are made from kimono fabric. They are also treated to a choice of a free Japanese breakfast, centering on Kyoto’s traditional home-cooked meals, or a free western breakfast. In the afternoon, the restaurant on the 2nd floor is turned into a lounge for the exclusive use of staying guests, where guests can happily partake of coffee and tea, and bite-sized ochazuke (tea poured over rice) for dinner. This hotel is also perfect as a base for sightseeing in Kyoto.
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Hotel Anteroom Kyoto is a new type of hotel that has an art gallery and bar in its lobby. Its Rakuraku Tabi Girl Plan (starts at 6,700 JPY for a single, and valid until the end of September 2016) comes with the “Anteroom Special Breakfast” where guests can enjoy daily pita sandwiches and other dishes, and a skincare set that includes a cleanser, face wash, skin lotion, and moisturizer). Further, those who avail of this plan receive a free drink upon their arrival. This plan is recommended for those who want a change in atmosphere and to relax in style. Now this hotel will also offer the Ladies’ Plan starting October 2016, so check out its official homepage to look for deals that match your itinerary!
Hotel Monterey Kyoto offers the Kutsurogi Ladies’ Plan (starts at 9,000 JPY for groups of three in one room) wherein guests receive the 7-piece amenity set from the Verde Collection of the English brand Gilchrist & Soames, and the Natural Style – L’Occitane Plan (starts at 10,500 JPY for groups of three in one room) wherein guests get bath amenities from L’Occitane. Both packages are valid until the end of December 2016. Both plans come with free breakfast, late checkout, and rooms on floors that are designated for the exclusive use of women, so you can relax in peace at this hotel.
Designed with the theme "a place where one can experience the feel of a mountain village in the middle of the city”, Gion Hatanaka is famous for its ambience filled with a Japanese atmosphere that is created by the neat Japanese guest rooms, elegant Kyoto dishes, and the wooden bath made from stone pine. This hotel offers the Kimono Rental Plan (starts at 28,350 JPY, valid until the end of December 2016) that comes with Japanese set meals and Kyoto-style course meals for breakfast and dinner, and gives guests the freedom to choose (with dressing service) their kimono from about 200 kinds of kimono (men may also avail of this plan). Yukata (light summer kimono) may also be rented in June, July and August. So, how about taking a stroll around Kyoto while clad in a kimono?
If you are going sightseeing in Kyoto, try to avail of these good-value ladies’ plans for your accommodations!
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