Park Hyatt Kyoto
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: Park Hyatt Kyoto’s location enables quick, easy access to the old, historic buildings and streets of the Higashiyama District, but guests are also able to explore the other, more modernized parts of the city with equal convenience.
Aesthetics: Park Hyatt Kyoto boasts some of the most striking design elements of any five-star guesthouse in Japan. The hotel’s gardens alone are sure to inspire a feeling of zen and residential comfort.
Traditional Cuisine: Resident chefs at Park Hyatt Kyoto are classically trained and steeped in the traditional Japanese cooking styles of teppanyaki and kaiseki. While opportunities for gastronomic exploration are bountiful beyond the hotel, guests will be delighted to find such authentic options within the property itself.
- Kyoto, Japan
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- Business Center
- Disabled Facilities
- Fitness Center
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
These accommodations measure a spacious 484 square feet and come with a king-size bed, or the option of two twin beds, along with a work area and a daybed. The room’s overall design aesthetic draws inspiration from the nearby mountains with usage of local materials in a modern space. Baby cribs are available upon request.
Garden Terrace Room
With 484 square feet of space, these roomy accommodations look out to a tsuboniwa (private Japanese garden) offer one king-size bed or two twin beds, a work area, and a daybed. All five-star Park Hyatt amenities apply, including a flat-screen TV, opulent bathtub, and fully stocked private bar fridge.
These 484-square-foot guestrooms feature views of the famed Yasaka Pagoda and are appointed with a king-size bed or two twin beds. Fragrant tamo wood paneling and elegant furnishings come standard.
These luxurious hillside retreats cover 732 square feet and come with one king-size bed or two twin beds. A working area and daybed add to the sense of at-home comfort, along with a bathtub and luxury appointments.
View Deluxe Room
Appointed with a king-size bed or two twin beds, and an ample 732 square feet of room, View Deluxe Rooms have exquisite views of the Yasaka Pagoda and feature all Park Hyatt brand five-star amenities, including the standard private working area and relaxing daybed.
The hotel’s first suite option, Park Suites span 732 square feet and have a separate living room and bedroom. As with all Park Hyatt Kyoto accommodations, fragrant tamo wood and locally-sourced materials form a tasteful and traditional design aesthetic.
These 732-square-foot suites are very similar to the Park Suite category, but views look out upon the historic Yasaka Pagoda and out to Kyoto’s urban expanse and dramatic sunset.
The Higashiyama House category boasts 969 square feet of space, along with a separate living room and bedroom. Other features include a 75-inch flat screen TV, private bar, personal safe, and individual heating and air-conditioning control, which comes standard in all Park Hyatt Kyoto accommodations.
The marquee offering at Park Hyatt Kyoto, the Pagoda House is embedded in the gentle slopes of the Higashiyama Hills at the very top of the property. The highly spacious signature suite has views of the Yasaka Pagoda, and all five-star Park Hyatt Kyoto services and amenities apply.
The Fitness Center
Travelers seeking to keep up with their daily fitness routines while away from home need look no further than Park Hyatt Kyoto’s fitness facility. Those looking for a casual workout and fitness gurus alike will be at home here.
The Spa at Park Hyatt Kyoto is a full-service wellness facility for guests to relax and rejuvenate in the careful hands of professionals. Nearby onsen hot springs provide an excellent culmination to a massage or aromatherapy session.
This intimate, refined bar offers dramatic views of Yasaka Pagoda through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. Collaborative partnerships with select Kyoto-based artisans of whiskey, sake, and gin enable the bar to offer guests a customized menu of rare spirits and craft cocktails.
Set up as a casual, street-side café amid the Higashiyama District, Kyoto Bistro features international and Japanese comfort foods in a lively, open kitchen. A special display counter also showcases a variety of pastries and cakes that are ideal for pairing with coffee or midday tea.
This restaurant is actually a family-run institution that has been operating for six generations. The establishment spans several historic buildings, including "Soyotei," a legendary teahouse from the Edo Era. Entrees are authentic, seasonally inspired kaiseki-style dishes.
The Living Room
The centerpiece to Park Hyatt Kyoto’s luxury guesthouse, this is a welcoming environment where guests may enjoy an authentic Japanese breakfast. A special “Western Lunch Box,” afternoon tea, and small bites are also available.
The signature culinary option for guests, Yasaka is a place where skilled chefs showcase various cooking techniques and preparation methods – all featured on the live cooking stage that is the Japanese “teppan,” or “steel plate.” Teppanyaki chefs bring the kitchen into the restaurant, taking guests on an unpredictable journey of flavor and showmanship.
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