$87 – Brand-New SLH Retreat in Kyoto, Up to 54% Off
One price with a choice of 4 hotels that'll encourage you to fully experience Kyoto's local culture
Newly opened in October this year, seize this opportunity to stay at 'Japan's first dispersed hotel' and "one of few design-forward boutique properties in the city" (Forbes) for just US$87 a night for two.
Besides saving up to 54% on regular prices, this low price is valid for four unique hotels in Kyoto under Enso Ango:
- FUYA I ... Accommodation in a Queen Room
- FUYA II ... Accommodation in a Superior Twin Room
- TOMI I ... Accommodation in a Queen, King or Superior King Room
- TOMI II ... Accommodation in a Superior Twin, King or Superior King Room
While the stay is for room only, you'll get lounge access in each building.
Travelzoo members also get an exclusive 20% discount on their buffet breakfast, now US$18 (JPY 2,000) per person - which is US$4 (JPY 500) off the usual price.
Valid for stays from now until March 15, 2019. Book by January 31, 2019.
Note: Select dates in the travel window are more expensive at US$106 (JPY 12,000) and US$124 (JPY 14,000).
All four buildings are within walking distance from each other, each offering you a new way to experience Kyoto's local culture even with just a night's stay. Regardless of which building you choose to check-in to, you can use the communal spaces at all of them.
Not sure where to stay? Here's what you need to know:
FUYA I "borrows from the design of traditional wooden machiya houses and includes a gallery space." (The Guardian)
FUYA II, the largest building in the series is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World brand and has a tearoom, tatami salon and a state-of-the-art gym. Scheduled zazen meditation classes, yoga sessions, and workshops with artisans are regularly held here.
TOMI I "features the colorful work of Katsuhiko Hibino" (Forbes) and has two kitchens - one of which has a fully equipped professional station where cooking classes are offered.
TOMI II is where you dine at - here you'll find the hotel's only restaurant offering breakfast and dinner. According to designboom magazine, "with (its) Japanese umbrella-inspired light shades and kiyomizu pottery arranged shelves, there is a playful blend of Swiss, Japanese and Kyoto" evident within this building.
Located near Nishiki Market, you can also choose to walk a little further to Yamato I, the smallest of the Enso Ango Kyoto buildings and closest to the busy streets of Gion. When night falls, the exclusive lounge there transforms into a stylish public bar where you can mingle with tourists and locals alike.