Valerie Wilson Travel

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto

Escape to a sanctuary of peaceful luxury on the banks of the Kamo River.

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In place of the standard Suite Access™ on-property credit, this property will offer a one-time US$100 on-property credit.

The Property

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto sits serenely in a prime location in the heart of the city’s historical past; you will find enticing sights at your door step with great accessibility to retail, dining and entertainment. This is where you will find luxurious suites in the cultural heart of Japan with breathtaking views of the Kamogawa River and the Higashiyma mountains. The Japanese restaurant focused on Kyoto’s famous and artful Kaiseki cuisine, as well as sushi, tempura and teppanyaki. The Italian restaurant uses local vegetables from Kyoto & the finest quality ingredients from around the world serving traditional Italian cuisine in a sublime, modern style. The famed Parisian patisserie Pierre Hermé specializes on Haute Pâtisserie, with a range of signature desserts. A full Ritz-Carlton spa by ESPA, offering a fine space for relaxation in a healing atmosphere, amid the comforting sounds of a flowing waterfall with 7 treatment rooms, including a spa couple’s suite, luxurious relaxation room, steam room & Dry sauna.

Kamogawa Nijo-Ohashi Hotori, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto, 604-0902 Japan

Travel Tip

When people think of Japan, the images that spring to mind will more than likely have their origins in Kyoto. Japan's capital for over 1,000 years, this remarkable city is the storehouse of Japanese culture and traditions. With more than 1600 Buddhist temples, 400 Shintō shrines and 17 Unesco World Heritage sites, Kyoto is also one of the world’s most culturally rich cities. Here you can get taste of the mysterious world of the geisha in the Gion district; savor in some of Japan's most exquisite cuisine including 91 Michelin STAR restaurants and escape in the tranquility of unescapable Zen settings.