Guest Inn Chita
Guesthouse | 343 Takatsuki-cho, Kyoto, Japan 600-8174
30 out of 31 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (03/06/2014)
Evgeny Maslov thinks…
"Close to Kyoto station (7 minutes walk). Clean and cosy. Staff is very friendly. Though all key are kept openly to everybody the hotel seems very safe. Everybody trusts each other. Has…"Read all Guest Inn Chita reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Washing machines
- Luggage Room
PLEASE NOTE - We only accept the payment by cash.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 7 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 16:00
Latest Check-out: 10:00
Group of 15 or more traveling to Kyoto?Contact us directly
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About Guest Inn Chita
All the guestrooms are Japanese-style without bath / toilet. They are all 'NO Smoking' rooms. Shower room and small bath are available outside guestrooms. Rental bicycle is available from our inn. It is an alternative way of touring within Kyoto city but very convenient. 1000yen per day. Coin-operated laundry 200yen for washing, 100yen for drying.
Please note that;
-Check-in is from 4PM / Checkout is until 10AM
-Payment acceptable by CASH ONLY
-Staff do not speak English. Japanese Only.
-Curfew 11PM. Please tell the staff if you will be back late.
-Foods and drinks are not permitted to be brought in rooms.
Common room is available to have meals.
- Kitchen is allowed to be used to drink tea and wash dishes. No cooking please.
-Pets are also allowed to stay. Additional fees apply. Not allowed to bring in guestrooms.
-No car parking lot
Kyoto is where Japanese people go to see Japan. The capital from 794 to 1868, Kyoto is home to Japan’s best known Buddhist temples as well as many famous Shinto shrines, and streets corners are dotted with jizo statues and paper garlands decorating sacred trees and stones.
Kyoto is quite simply a must-see destination. Known for its Zen gardens, geisha, tea houses, and palaces, Kyoto is very much a vibrant modern city proud of both its past and present, where rowdy karaoke coexists with the subtlety of kaiseki cuisine.
Many of the stock images of Japan are shot in Kyoto – striking and familiar photographs of ornate temples, dramatic pagodas or geisha strolling down old cobbled streets. The famous Golden Pavilion (Kinkakuji) and Kiyomizu temple are both Kyoto sights. Sometimes you will see well-organised uniformed school groups or fanatical photographers – aspects of the culture which can be as entertaining as the sights themselves.