MGallery Finally Sets Foot In Kyoto

MGallery Kyoto Yuro opened its doors to the public in April this year, establishing its first property in the heart and soul of Japan
The lobby of MGallery Kyoto
The lobby of MGallery Kyoto

MGallery Kyoto Yuro Hotel recently made its debut in the ancient capital of Japan. Bringing the Kyoto traditions to life through its art and heritage, the hotel offers the most exquisite experience of the city&rsquos cultural essence.

Drawing inspiration from the elements reminiscent of the legendary Samurai era, each of the hotel&rsquos 144 rooms celebrates the 1,200 years of weaving heritage through local Nishijin-Ori fabric while the seating area is furnished with traditional tatami mats. Carrying the classic quality of all MGallery Hotels forward, this property to focuses and highlights the folk values of the old city, reflecting its ethnic identity, through the interiors of the hotel.  You can expect to witness the historical heritage and its authentic stories in the hotel&rsquos all-day dining, 54th Station Grill, named after the ancient route connecting Tokyo and Kyoto and the 1867 Bar that is inspired by the original Samurai era.

A walking distance from the area&rsquos most popular and charming destinations, like the Yasaka Shinto Shrine, the picturesque Kamo River, downtown district of Kawaramachi or the famed geisha district of Gion. this boutique hotel forms the most convenient hotspot for a stay.

In fact, if you are a Le Club AccorHotels member, you can enjoy a dining credit of JPY 5000 until September 30, given that you book before June 30 this year. You can even spend a weekend getaway with a Classic Room stay from 34,850 JPY per night.

For reservations, email call 81-75-3665800 

PS Did you know there are expansion plans too In the coming months,&nbspMGallery Cannes and Hong Kong are on the cards

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