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The graciousness of Thai hospitality and the subtlety of Japanese tradition are interwoven and interpreted through a modern lens at our urban sanctuary in the heart of Japan’s ancient capital Kyoto.
From our luxurious guestrooms and suites to the welcoming lobby lounge and the peaceful and immaculate courtyard, each space is carefully conceived to immerse you in elegant surrounds while simultaneously making you feel at home.
Relax and revitalise with spa treatments and hydrotherapy at Devarana Wellness, discover the epitome of Thai cuisine and Japanese culinary traditions at our compelling restaurants, and enjoy a wide range of activities designed to enhance your well-being and uniquely connect you with the culture and spirituality of Kyoto.
Choose from two twin beds or a king-sized bed in this spacious and elegantly designed Premier Garden Room, overlooking the calming garden. The 40 sqm room is tastefully decorated and features contemporary Thai and Japanese accents as well as modern amenities.
Embark on immersive Thai culinary journeys that gracefully unfold within the warm contemporary embrace of Ayatana. A realm curated by the visionary award-winning chefs Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones from Bo.lan, Ayatana invites you to partake in mindful and authentic experiences that honour tradition and local producers. Our culinary voyage takes inspiration from the Shojin Ryori philosophy, offering a genuine connection to seasonal ingredients, and sustainability.
Welcome to Kati, a captivating Thai dessert atelier where the artistry of Thai sweets takes centre stage. Our talented dessert artisans meticulously select the finest ingredients, drawing inspiration from traditional Thai recipes with local produce developed by award-winning chefs Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones from Bo.lan.
Embark on a culinary journey like no other at Kōyō, an exclusive and interactive Chef's Table that embodies the essence of its name, meaning "changing of season" in Japanese. Kōyō sources the freshest seasonal produce exclusively from the revered Kansai region. Inspired by the ancient calendar of 24 micro-seasons in Japan, each meticulously crafted dish at Kōyō unveils a symphony of flavours that pay homage to the profound relationship between nature and communities.
A funky social bar welcomes night owls to the pulsating beats of upbeat music at Den Kyoto. Indulge in an exquisite array of bespoke spirit-forward libations and rare spirits that ignite all senses, perfectly paired with tantalising bites that elevate the culinary adventure.
An oasis of tranquility where time-honoured traditions harmonise with wellness experiences. Led by a tea master hailing from Kyoto, the birthplace of the tea ceremony “sadō 茶道”, every moment is a captivating journey into the essence of Japanese culture and inner harmony. The intimate space, adorned with exquisite tatami mats, envelops guests in an ambiance of refined simplicity.
Indulge in the refined pleasures of The Gallery, where timeless elegance meets the art of tea. Nestled within the heart of Dusit Thani Kyoto, our signature afternoon tea experience is a haven of tranquility and sophistication, inviting guests on a captivating journey through exquisite flavours. Within The Gallery’s serene setting, guests are presented with an exquisite assortment of confections, alongside a curated delectable offerings from global cuisines, all harmoniously accompanied by the artfully concocted classic cocktails of expert mixologists.
Dusit Thani Kyoto
466 Nishinotoin-cho, Nishinotoin-dori Shomen agaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8327
The fastest way to get to our hotel from Kansai Airport is to take the JR Haruka Express train. The train departs from the airport every 30 minutes and takes about 75 minutes to reach Kyoto Station. From Kyoto Station, you can take a taxi for 6 minutes or bus 50 for 15 minutes to reach our hotel.
Onsite Parking Available
Disabled / Accessible / Car parking is available at Dusit Thani Kyoto; charges apply
Bus 50 departs from the Hachijoguchi bus stop in front of Kyoto Station every 10 minutes. The bus fare is JPY 230.
Bus Stop Information: Nishitomishomen Bus stop will drop you in front of Dusit Thani Kyoto
Ayatana Thai Restaurant
Den Kyoto Bar
Premier Garden Room
Designed for globetrotters seeking an authentic connection with the destination, Dusit Thani Kyoto offers a range of local experiences, including tea ceremonies, flower arrangements, incense appreciation, and visits to local artisans. All activities are designed to enhance the well-being of each guest and encourage them to engage in a mindful cultural journey that celebrates the nature and spirituality of the ancient city.