Published on : Monday, May 13, 2019
It will provide a unique experience which is inspired by the local neighbourhood which will be a key consideration for all MGallery Hotels.
There are 144 rooms with contemporary classical design. The local fabric Nishijin-ori will be available in each of its guest rooms that celebrated the weaving heritage which dates back to more than 1,200 years.
Famed geisha district of Gion, Yasaka Shinto Shrine and downtown district of Kawaramachi are just a stone’s throw away from the hotel.
Patrick Basset, chief operating officer at Accor for upper south-east and north-east Asia and the Maldives said that the opening of Kyoto Yura Hotel MGallery strengthens their luxury footprint in Japan following the successful launch of Pullman Tokyo Tamachi last year.
Kyoto is home to 17 stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is considered the heart and soul of traditional Japan.
MGallery Kyoto Yura Hotel will join the collection of 101 storied boutique hotels around the world along with 48 other under development.
Kazunori Tanaka, general manager of Kyoto Yura Hotel MGallery said that Kyoto is the cultural heart of the country renowned for its popular temples and shrines. The MGallery brand is inspired by the destination enriched through arts, history and cultural experiences.