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Park Hyatt Kyoto combines the distinctive culture of Japan’s ancient capital of high art and soul with the elegance of the Park Hyatt brand. The close collaboration and partnership with Kyoyamato—a family-run restaurant which has persisted for six generations—and the central location set between some of the city’s most iconic sites provides guests with a one of a kind Kyoto experience. The hotel’s hillside retreat is an architectural gem, offering a unique blend of modern and heritage hospitality. And with the resort’s beautiful living spaces and facilities, Park Hyatt Kyoto and Kyoyamato will offer guests new forms of hospitality.
Tranquil hillside guesthouse with modern flare and rich Japanese heritage.
The seventy guest rooms including nine suites at Park Hyatt Kyoto are inspired by the seasons and the senses, offering stillness and retreat from the bustle of Higashiyama’s neighboring streets. Designed as a luxury guesthouse, the spaces highlight local craftsmanship and materials, like fragrant Tamo wood, original artwork and Zen garden views. The Pagoda House that sits atop the property offers a particularly beautiful experience with panoramic views of Kyoto’s urban expanse and the dramatic sunset.
Park Hyatt Kyoto’s gym and wellness center offers strength and cardio training equipment, as well as has mist and dry sauna equipment. Don’t miss out on the hotel’s Running Experience that guides guests through some of the most scenic areas of Kyoto and caps the workout off with a glass of fresh vegetable juice upon returning to the hotel.
The Spa and Fitness Centre at Park Hyatt Kyoto features a private treatment suite with an adjoining relaxation lounge and inspired by the deeply spiritual culture of Kyoto. The signature treatment varies seasonally and uses an original blend of base oil from KOTOSHINA—an organic skin care brand from Kyoto, Japan—paired with Park Hyatt Kyoto’s original essential oil which encourages nothing but relaxation.
Guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda from the Signature Restaurant and Bar during day and night, or savor authentic traditional Japanese Kaiseki cuisine in the family-run Kyoyamato inside one of the historic teahouses. Definitely try and grab a seat at Kyoyamato’s “Soyotei,” a storied teahouse from the Edo Era that contains a private room where feudal warlords would secretly meet.
Bar Kohaku is an intimate and refined bar offering dramatic views of Yasaka Pagoda through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. Collaborative partnerships with select, Kyoto-based artisans of whiskey, sake, and gin enable Kohaku to offer guests a curated collection of rare spirits and craft products.
Families looking for a chance to connect to Kyoto’s rich history will love staying at Park Hyatt Kyoto. The ability to connect rooms makes it the perfect place for large groups, and the myriad of local tours and attractions will keep people of all ages entertained.
Park Hyatt Kyoto is next to Kodai-ji temple and within walking distance to many of Kyoto’s UNESCO World Heritage sites including Kiyomizu-dera temple, and offers sweeping views of the city and Yasaka Pagoda.
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