Mimaru Kyoto Station is an urban apartment-style hotel, conveniently located near JR Kyoto Station. Guest rooms are spacious, accommodating families of four or more, and come fully equipped with a dining room and kitchen.
Rest assured, staff members are also taking strict precautions against coronavirus for your safety.
In December 2019, Mimaru Kyoto Station introduced a special surprise for Pokemon fans all over the world - the Pokemon Room! An original guest room with an interior design based on the beloved series.
Mimaru Kyoto Station: The best hotel for sightseeing and experiencing life in Kyoto
Mimaru Kyoto Station is popular for several reasons. Located a mere 2-minutes away from JR Kyoto Station (Hachijo East Exit), it makes the perfect base for your trip. It is designed to feel less like a hotel, and more like a "home away from home."
Their modern Japanese rooms are spacious (over 40 square meters), non-smoking, and have a fully-equipped kitchen with dishes and cooking utensils.
Since meals are not included in the accommodation plan, you can buy some local Kyoto ingredients at the market and prepare your own favorite meals! Free WiFi is available throughout the building, and laundry is available at an extra cost. It's the perfect hotel for a long-term stay!
Mimaru Kyoto Station's Pokémon Room: Complete with a Giant Snorlax!
As soon as you enter the Pokemon Room, you will be greeted by your lovable roommate - a giant snorlax doll! The dining room and bedroom are decorated with Pokeball-themed wallpaper, and the dishes in the kitchen sport a matching Pokeball design.
Pokemon and Pokeballs are hidden in just about every detail of this room. Can you find your favorite?
Prices for the Pokémon Room begin at 22,000 yen per night.
Limited-edition Pokémon souvenirs for guests!
Guests who stay at the Pokemon Room will also receive original limited-edition Pokemon goods! Souvenirs include one original drawstring purse, one welcome card, and two original hand towels (per room).
You won't find these goodies anywhere else. That's just another reason why fans will love staying at Hotel Mimaru's Pokemon Room!
A Variety of Rooms for the Whole Family!
There are a variety of other great rooms available at Mimaru. The standard Family Apartment style room accommodates up to 5 people and has a separate bed and living space.
The City View room looks over the Kyoto cityscape and the railway. The Garden View room looks out on the veranda and its Japanese garden. Finally, the Connecting Room, as its name suggests, connects two rooms together, and can accommodate up to 10 people
Of course, there are also studio and double-bedroom accommodations, great for family sightseeing trips and outings with friends.
The Family Apartment starts at 15,000 yen per room per night, the City View and Garden View Family Apartments start at 17,000 yen per room per night, and the Connecting Apartment starts at 30,000 yen per room per night.
The Deluxe Family Apartment is perfect for large families and groups
If you are traveling with 5 or more people, we recommend the Deluxe Family Apartment. This spacious room can accommodate up to 8 people and offers a panoramic view of the Kyoto cityscape and Kyoto Station.
It includes 4 single beds, 1 bunk bed, and 2 sofa beds. The Deluxe Family Apartment starts from 28,000 yen per room per night.
All the daily necessities and amenities you need!
The secret to Mimaru Kyoto Station's popularity is its extensive services and facilities. Everything in the kitchen, including the induction cooktop, electric kettle, microwave, cooking utensils, and tableware, are all provided free of charge.
Daily necessities such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothbrushes, and toothpaste, are also provided for free in the bathroom.
Rooms also include a multilingual support tablet that you can use in 12 different languages, including English
The front desk staff can assist you in English and Japanese. Outside of office hours, there is a call center that supports multiple languages. You will also find a tablet with an interpreter app (available in 12 languages) at the front desk. Multilingual assistance is available to you 24/7!
Countermeasures Against Coronavirus
• Take temperature and health assessment at check-in.
• Contact the front desk during your stay via extension, outside line, or email.
• Avoid extended use of common areas such as the lobby
• Wear face mask in the halls
• Some facilities, including fitness center, entertainment room, and kids' spaces, are currently closed.
• Cleaning protocols may differ for consecutive night stays.
Plan a stay that's fun for the entire family at Mimaru Kyoto's exciting Pokemon Room! Parents and children alike will love the Pokemon-themed decor, and enjoy taking plenty of pictures. It's great for long stays and conveniently located near Kyoto Station, so you can enjoy sightseeing around Kyoto during the day, and return to your Pokemon friends at night!
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Discounts may apply when you use the coupon code "livejapan_mmr" through the official website (https://mimaruhotels.com/). (Applicable until October 31, 2021 *Period may be extended)
Mimaru Kyoto StationMIMARU京都STATION
- Address 15-1 Higashikujo Higashi Sannocho, Minami-ku, Kyoto 〒601-8004
Access: 2-min walk from JR Kyoto Station, Hachijo East Exit
- Phone Number 075-585-9291
Check-out: By 11:00AM
Room cleaning and bedsheet changes are provided every 3 days from day of check-in. Garbage collection and towel changes are provided daily. You may request additional room cleaning and linen changes for an additional charge. Children under 12 stay free (up to 2 children).
*Cleaning methods may vary in accordance with measures against coronavirus.
Text by: Efeel
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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