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Guest Rooms

Six types of residential suites for enjoying your hotel stay to the fullest
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Twin One Bedroom Suite
with Kitchenette and Garden view [Grand Floor]

This residential suite has a living room with compact kitchenette and a separate bedroom. This twin room on the ground floor has its own garden, ensuring privacy and relaxation with a view of nature.


Bathtub / Shower / WC / Total 1 room / 1-3 people / Non-smoking / 55㎡ / 2 semi-double beds and 1 sofa bed /

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Rooms Standard Fixtures

  • Comfortable bedding

    The beds are equipped with mattresses by Simmons, a leading brand that ensures ideal sleep and waking up well rested. Have a good night’s sleep to recover from the fatigue of travel.

  • Private garden for your enjoyment

    The two ground floor rooms each have a small garden done in contemporary Japanese style. The greenery outside your window is conducive to contentment and relaxation.

  • Coffee maker in every room

    Each room has its own Nespresso coffeemaker. Enjoy fragrant, full-bodied coffee to suit your mood and taste preferences.

  • Spacious walk-in closet

    Every room has a roomy walk-in closet. Ideal for stays by large groups or for storing belongings during a long-term stay.

  • Thoughtful amenities

    A full range of specially selected amenities, many of them using natural ingredients, await you. Enjoy their smooth, gentle and refreshing feeling.

  • Home-made western-style breakfast

    A home-made western-style breakfast is prepared for guests who have reserved the meal by 5 p.m. the previous day. A Tomoya Residence Hotel breakfast is just what you need to get a good start to your day.

  • Operated by local publisher Leaf

    This hotel is operated by Leaf, a Kyoto-based publisher specializing in information on restaurants, cafés and other interesting spots in town.

  • Home-like luxury

    The residential suites are equipped with a kitchen, electrical appliances and dishware. Perfect for families or for extended stays, so you can enjoy luxury with a touch of home.

Design incorporating traditional elements

Four centuries ago, Nijo Street was a street lined with herbalists’ and scent-makers’ shops. One of these, Shoeido, founded in 1705, provided hints for the hotel’s design touches, from guest room and floor numbering to guest room keys. The design theme derives from an amusement based on the art of appreciating the scent of Japanese incense, where players arrange sticks of incense in various patterns, depending on which sticks out of five they believe smell alike.

[Guest services] Concierge service, luggage storage service, housekeeping service, ice bucket service

[Public facilities] Free internet connection (WiFi), room air-conditioners, elevator

[In-room amenities] Free internet connection (WiFi), air-conditioner, flat screen TV, satellite TV channels, foreign language broadcasts (English, Chinese), guest room extension phone, alarm clock, hair dryer, kettle, refrigerator, mineral water (complimentary), desk, sofa bed, blackout curtains, closet, shower (rainforest shower head), bathtub, bidet toilet, mirror, towels, bath amenities, nightwear, toilet paper, bed linens, facial tissue, Japanese tea (sencha and hojicha teabags), English tea (teabags), safety deposit box, slippers, shoe shine kit, shoehorn, deodorizing spray, umbrella, clothes brush, bathrobes, body scale, accessory tray, speakers (some rooms), microwave oven (some rooms), humidifier and air cleaner, iron and ironing board, wine opener/bottle opener, dishware (some rooms), reading lamp, mini bar

[Available for lending] Desk lamp, conversion plugs, extension cords, nail clippers, thermometer, sewing set, dishware, smartphone chargers, stationery