nine hours Kyoto1.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
capsule hotel is one thing i want to try if i visit japan. so i booked for one night in 9 hour because it has good location just in front of shopping district and market. its funny experience to sleep in a capsule. when i stay here, not so many foreigner i met. most of their guest are locals japanesse workers. not tourist. its okay if you just want to stay one night for experiencing capsule hotel but longer than that i dont think it is good idea. man and women have separated floor and room, bath and even elevator. lockers are located in 9th floor, and my room located in 6th floor. so make sure you bring all you need in your bed before put your bag in the locker.
I stayed with my family for one night because i wanted them to experience the capsule for once. Hotel is clean and well located (close to the very center). Facilities are the expected from a capsule hotel, so not a lot of luxury but functionality. They had a problem as there was bo water in the morning so we could take a shower before leaving. It was annoying but at least the staff responded quick and professionally offering us a refund, which is all one can ask for in this situation.
This came here to try out this Capsule Hotel when I saw 'Only In Japan's Video . This hotel ,of course is a budget hotel is just worth it for it 2500 Yen . Just think about $70 what can get what. Great Hotel.
Good location . It’s So in the airport . They have a good-sized locker where you can store your luggage . Capsule is non-claustrophobic . Very clean . Very quiet . Some travelers wee noisy though and the capsule Don’t drown out that noise . Pajamas were a little uncomfortable . Separate Shower area with full-sized shampoo and soap dispenser . The toilet was Japanese standard efficient and super clean . Breakfast was okay. I highly recommend for budget travellers .
I had a lot of fun staying at this hotel. My wife and I stayed here because we wanted to experience a capsule hotel. From our research, this appeared to be the cleanest and most reputable capsule hotel. The hotel is also in a great location for sightseeing. We found the lobby, bathroom, and beds to be clean. However, the pillow that is provided is quite hard to sleep on (we think it is specially molded for back sleepers) and the capsules aren't totally silent (you can hear people moving around / snoring / coughing). My major complaint is that the lobby wasn't very comfortable for catching up on work. Also note that each floor is separated by gender so that you can't stay directly with your significant other. The stay was fun and I am glad we experience the capsule hotel.
Was so cool, had never stayed in a capsule hotel so it was an awesome experience. Everything was pristinely clean. Bathrooms were fantastic and the bed was excellent, pillow was a bit hard but that's Japan for you. Massive lockers for all your bags and you get PJs! Would 100% recommend for anyone, the experience alone was worth it.
Oh my god, this is the best capsule hotel that I ever visited. The building colour is white and very clean. I love it. And also for the toilet is excellent. I like the capsule features, very recommended
Very surprise with this capsule interior design. Hotel provided all need amenity as well as the facilities such as the locker, Wi-fi and lobby were easy to use. A bit concerns, that the sound-proof so between sleep pod so any small noises could be heard very clearly. Staff are friendly, helpful and communication in English well but need to check-in everyday. Recommend for who would like to have a new experience in Capsule hotel.
A unique experience for any westerner! In the beginning I thought that the capsules we going to be small and make me feel claustrophobic but that was not the case at all. The capsules don't have doors but the whole room is very quiet and you can sleep easily during a long layover. There is also a small sort of radio in the capsule that plays ocean wave sounds to help you sleep. Last but not least, the place was sparkling clean
I had my doubts about being in a capsule hotel, but, at the end, I enjoy it! The most important thing you must know is that this hotel is not made for couples: there are floors for men, and women. For keeping your things safe they give you a locker, and the showers are very clean. The design was the best part, if you love minimalism and bauhaus, this hotel is for you. This is a great experience for someone who is visiting Japan for the first time!
- Walking distance to Gion Corner
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour business center
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Central Kyoto within a short walk of Gion Corner, nine hours Kyoto is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Higashi Honganji Temple. This 125-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a 24-hour business center, and a 24-hour front desk. It's also close to Kiyomizu Temple and Nijo Castle.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi. Rooms also include free toiletries. Bathrooms are shared.
Nine hours Kyoto offers free WiFi in public areas and a 24-hour business center. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with sightseeing, directions, and local dining recommendations.
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71.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 389 reviews