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The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto *

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Japan & Asia › Japan › Kyoto › Kamogawa Nijo

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Location

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto redefines luxury in a city that transcends expectations. Set along the banks of the Kamogawa river and featuring panoramic views of the Higashiyama Mountain, the hotel offers 134 beautifully refined rooms and suites. The myriad sights, sounds and experiences of Japan's most intriguing city lie just beyond the doors.

General Information

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto pays tribute to the city's rich cultural heritage, while maintaining a level of luxury and service befitting a luxury hotel. Hotel interiors include patterned motifs created by local artisans, as well as Zen gardens and water features. This hotel boasts four dining outlets, several tastefully appointed event venues and a peaceful spa.

 

Specials:

Delight in Kyoto: $3,705, Five nights | Deluxe guestroom | special rate | Kyoto Morning Excursion | Sagano and Arashiyama Walking Experience | private transfers, Travel Dates: March 1 - December 15, 2018

 

 

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Room Details

All guestrooms feature a Nespresso coffee machine and Nestle tea server, minibar accompanied with gourmet products and selected wines, a safety deposit box, full marble bathroom with combined bathtub and rainforest shower and dual vanities, luxury bath amenities, bathrobes and slippers, an LCD TV in the living room and bathroom, Bluetooth Audio, and a DVD player.
Luxury Rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in views and light, magnificent vistas of the Kamagawa river and Hiashiyama mountains, and comfortable seating areas to enjoy the scenery.

Suite Details

Corner Suite KITA features windows that offer views in two different directors, views overlooking the Kamogawa river and the Higashiyama mountain range as well as a table for two and a long seat by the window.
Suite Tsukimi features magnificent, panoramic views of the Higashiyama mountains including “Daimonji,” an outside moon-viewing deck and Japanese garden, lit by historic lanterns, and a separate dining area and work desk.
The Ritz-Carlton Suite boasts a premium suite with magnificent, panoramic views of the Kamogawa river and Higashiyama mountains, a personal spacious balcony with fireplace overlooking the Kamogawa river and Higashiyama mountains, a living room with fireplace and private dining room with a separate service kitchen, and a separate study room with desk and reading area.

Guest Services

Amenities include 24-hour room service, turndown service, laundry and valet service, overnight shoeshine service, complimentary newspapers, and complimentary Wi Fi access.

Restaurants

Kaiseki Mizuki kaiseki is considered to be the ultimate expression of Japanese cuisine. Exquisitely prepared small dishes are presented on tableware designed by contemporary artists.
Sushi Mizuki serving cuisine on a 36 foot counter table surfaced in Wajima lacquer, these elegant sushi courses are prepared Edo-style by the resident sushi master. Experience the art of sushi at its most refined.
Tempura Mizuki seated at a massive granite counter, diners are served tempura Kappo-style, in which the chef prepares the food directly in front of his guests. The skilled tempura chefs focus on the freshest local and seasonal ingredients.
Teppan Mizuki is where chefs prepare fresh, flavorful steaks and seafood in an intimate, open kitchen environment, using a traditional iron griddle.
La Locanda transports the authentic flavors of traditional Italian dining to Kyoto, infusing them with locally sourced Japanese produce and a uniquely modern sensibility. Atmospheric and enchanting, the restaurant offers several spaces for private events, including the wood-paneled Ebisugawa-tei dining room.
The Lobby Lounge is a delightful place for drinks or light snacks at any time of day. Here, guests can enjoy brunch, afternoon tea and sweet treats. Take a seat in the terrace by the cascading waterfall, or retire to the gallery and library space, where a range of Japanese art and architecture books are available to browse at your leisure.
The Bar offers a stylish candle-lit bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail, or perhaps a relaxing aperitif. The bar offers a range of spirits carefully selected by the head bartender, and signature cocktails specially created for and available exclusively at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto.

Recreation

Guests can enjoy the indoor swimming pool during their stay.

Spa

The Ritz-Carlton Spa has established itself as an oasis of wellbeing amidst the energy of downtown Kyoto. A soothing waterfall provides the tranquil soundtrack to a wealth of pampering massage and beauty therapies; luxurious ESPA products, made from the highest quality botanical essences and marine actives, complement the experience. The spa offers seven treatment rooms, including one spa suite, as well as a relaxation room, a steam room, a dry sauna and a swimming pool.

Nearby Attractions

As Japan's first luxury urban resort, The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto effortlessly blends the venerated Japanese tradition of refined hospitality with an array of modern comforts. The hotel benefits from an unparalleled location overlooking the Kamogawa River, boasting breathtaking views of the river and the Higashiyama mountain range. The city's liveliest downtown districts, including Gion, Pontocho and Kawaramachi, are well within reach; for those wishing to travel further afield, Kyoto Station is just a short distance away. The cultural heart of Japan lies waiting to be discovered, and The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto brings it to life in magnificent fashion.

Other Information

Corporate meetings and social events find their perfect destination at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto. The hotel features four versatile meeting spaces that blend modern technology with uniquely Japanese design elements, including wooden screens and chandeliers, as well as subtle details such as wooden plates with inlaid Japanese maple leaf motifs. The result is an environment that encourages collaboration and sets the tone for truly productive business gatherings.

Land price is per person based on double occupancy (unless noted) for select travel dates shown. Air-inclusive vacations are for gateways noted. Rate quoted includes government-imposed fees and taxes and any necessary currency exchange rates. Rate is current when priced, at the time you purchase your vacation, rate may be higher. Rate does not include any applicable daily resort or facility fees (and in Europe, city tourist taxes) payable directly to the resort at check-out; such fees will be advised at the time of booking. Subject to availability and change; certain restrictions and black out dates may apply. Additional airline restrictions may apply, contact the airline directly with questions.