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Hyatt Hotels and Resorts in Kyoto
which is slated to debut on December 1, 2019.
may prove to be one of the best hotels in the world. With a blend of tradition and a touch of modernity, coupled with the Japanese’s signature omotenashi (Japanese hospitality philosophy), many are waiting with bated breaths for what could be an unrivalled hotel experience in Kyoto.
Park Hyatt Kyoto has a great location near Kodaiji Temple, which is a short and lovely walk from Kiyomizudera Temple in the historic Higashiyama district. We spend more time in this area of Kyoto than anywhere else, and walked past Park Hyatt Kyoto a half-dozen times on our most recent trip to Japan.
This is far and away the most interesting location of any luxury hotel in Kyoto. How Hyatt managed to score this prime piece of real estate is beyond me, but the views of Yasaka Pagoda and the rest of Higashiyama are incredible.
designed by renowned hospitality designer Tony Chi
combines the distinctive culture of Japans ancient capital of high art and soul with the elegance of the Park Hyatt brand. In harmony with iconic landmarks and temples, spiritual gardens and natures four seasons, Park Hyatt Kyotos hillside retreat is an architectural gem, designed as the quintessential guesthouse illuminated by the mist and the moon, offering a unique blend of modern heritage and hospitality.
Featuring 70 guest rooms, including 9 suites, the concept and design of Park Hyatt Kyoto is rooted in nature and the changing seasons of Kyoto. , offering a quiet retreat from the bustling Higashiyama streets. Designed as a luxury guesthouse, Park Hyatt Kyotos rooms and suites highlight local craftsmanship, featuring warm tamo wood, original artworks and garden views.
Park Hyatt Kyoto offers unique and diverse culinary experiences in the heart of Higashiyama Hills from both East and West, with a focus on local, seasonal ingredients of the highest quality. Our guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda from our Signature Restaurant and Bar during day or night, or savor authentic, traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine in the family-run Kyoyamato, taking in sunset at one of its historic teahouses.