Kyoto’s Hotel Seiryu Kiyomizu Receives Prestigious Michelin Key

The Hotel Seiryu Kiyomizu in Kyoto has been bestowed with a prestigious Michelin Key, a testament to its exceptional experience and service. The renowned Michelin Guide, traditionally known for its restaurant ratings, has extended its recognition to hotels across Asia, with this year marking the inaugural Michelin Guide for Asia.

The Hotel Seiryu Kiyomizu is among 108 hotels in Japan to receive this esteemed accolade, signifying its commitment to delivering exceptional experiences. The Michelin Guide rigorously evaluates hotels based on five criteria, ensuring guests are treated to unparalleled service and amenities.

Takanori Muroi, General Manager of the hotel, expressed his gratitude, stating, “We are very honored to have received the Michelin one Key. We will continue to promote the charms of Kyoto and make the hotel a place where our guests can enjoy their stay. We hope you enjoy your stay at this unique hotel.”

The Hotel Seiryu Kiyomizu stands as a captivating blend of history and modern elegance. Located in the historically rich city of Kyoto, the hotel proudly retains the 1930s brick-and-arch facade of its previous incarnation as an elementary school. This juxtaposition of clean minimalism and rich tradition extends to the public spaces, creating an ambiance perfectly suited for exploring the serene nearby shrines, pagodas, and temples.

Upstairs, the guestrooms offer a touch of luxury, featuring spacious and gently curvilinear designs. Soothing eggshell and cream tones create a calming atmosphere, while breathtaking city vistas enhance the overall experience. The hotel’s rooftop bar becomes a haven for relaxation as the sun sets and the lanterns begin to glow, offering the perfect ending to a day of exploration in Kyoto.

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