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Where to stay in Kyoto
Ancient temples blend with modern architectural treasures while markets, museums, dining and shopping streets showcase thousands of years of Japanese traditions.
Experience a traditional tea ceremony or a night of cultural entertainment within the historic wooden teahouses of this well-preserved Kyoto district.
Experience sensory delights at the Kitchen of Kyoto, shop for souvenirs, take an art class and visit a sacred temple in this central neighborhood.
Charming craft shops, ceremonious teahouses and tiny cafés spill out from the traditional wooden façades of this historic pair of lanes below Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
Accommodation in Kyoto
Venture to Kyoto and find out why they call it the “City of Ten Thousand Shrines.” Sitting in the central region of Japan’s Honshu island, Kyoto is home to around 2,000 temples and shrines. During your holiday, dedicate some time to exploring the historical and cultural significance of these sacred spots, from the Golden Pavilion known as Kinkaku-ji to the Silver Pavilion called Ginkaku-ji. Marvel at the mysterious dry rock garden at Ryoanji Temple, visit the Imperial palace at Kyoto Gosho, and catch a performance at the Gion Corner. Kyoto offers endless activities to all kinds of travellers, from dining on authentic Asian cuisine to exploring the valley.
Hotels and Accommodation
Here at Expedia.co.nz, there’s no shortage of Kyoto accommodation. Whether you’re looking for places in Gion or near the Kyoto Station, we’ll help you find a suitable place to stay. Choose from comfortable motels or boutique hotels in Kyoto; whatever your preferences, there’s a place with your name on it.
Kyoto doesn’t have its own terminal, so if you’re planning on flying, book your flights to Kansai International Airport (KIX) or Osaka International Airport (ITM). You can ride the train from both of these stations or hop on one of the limousine buses to get into town. Alternatively, you can also reserve a Kyoto rental car with us in advance to have the freedom to explore the city on your own watch.
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Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly resort or luxury hotel in Kyoto, you’ve come to the right place. At Expedia.co.nz, our main concern is pairing you up with cheap deals on your travel arrangements. To top it all off, when you bundle Kyoto hotels and flights into one of our holiday packages, you’ll have more money to spend on your activities in Honshu.
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