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, washing machine and clothes dryer(some rooms)
[Available for lending] Desk lamp, conversion plugs, extension cords, nail clippers, thermometer, sewing set, dishware, smartphone chargers, stationery