Información sobre este anuncio
WIND VILLA is an officially licensed guesthouse in Kyoto. You can reach here by walk from Kyoto Station, and easy access to everywhere in Kyoto.
This rooms is Japanese-style Tatami room for max 3 people. Though it's quite simple, you can feel more of Japan. Also this room has thick high-resilience mattresses. Private bathroom is not attached.
There is a shared bathroom for each male and female on each floor. There are 3 shower rooms on the lobby floor as well as laundry machines and kitchen.
Servicios y zonas comunes
2nd floor, your bedroom floor and roof terrace.
Atención a los huéspedes
Ace is very eager to help you for anything.
From Kyoto Station; 15 minutes by foot, around $8 by taxi, and bus is also available.
From Shichijo Station and the bus stop; 1 minute by foot.
Otros aspectos destacables
We can keep your luggage before check-in and after check-out during the reception's opening hours.
- Children only above 8 years old can be accepted.
- Please inform me in case of late check-in (after 20:00).
- Mostly Self-Service.
- Please follow instructions and your common sense.
Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.
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Ace is originally from Tokyo. 10 years ago, Ace finally left Japan for seeking the truth of human-beings and the world. Ace firstly went to India and worked at Mother Teresa's house till the patients began to call him "Uncle". Then Ace went to Nepal, Pakistan and other countries. Meeting so many people with totally different backgrounds, and seeing so many incredible scenes; Ace has learned so many things. Ace normally stays in a place for long 'cause there's one truth. "The more we see, the more we find." But Japan is too expensive to stay longer, especially for young travelers. Ace wanted to make a cheap but special guesthouse for them. (Also for money, of course) That's WIND VILLA. But one thing.....Ace doesn't know much about Kyoto...