Japan’s cultural capital, Kyoto, is the place to experience the authentic traditional hospitality of the land of the rising sun. The city’s offerings range from beautifully preserved temples and shrines to bustling geisha quarters and breathtaking landscapes.
Roku Kyoto: Designed by BLINK Design Group
Designed by the award-winning BLINK Design Group, Roku Kyoto is the latest addition to the city’s modern hospitality that draws inspiration from a deep well of charms.
“Each space in the resort is inspired by various traditional Japanese elements to connect people, culture, and nature,” says Clint Nagata, founder and creative partner of BLINK Design Group.
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114 Rooms at foot of Takagamine Mountains
A scenic and secluded location at the foot of the Takagamine mountains, it offers 114 guestrooms and suites, restaurants, and a spa for guests to immerse themselves in Japanese culture.
Roku Kyoto’s room prices currently range from $940 to $1,730 per night.
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Featuring a pitched roof and a timber structure that frames the surrounding greenery, the hotel lobby is modelled after traditional Japanese shrines. An elegant tea lounge is accessible from the lobby, characterised by a series of timber pillars that highlight a simple, long table set in the centre.