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Hotel Granvia Kyoto Questions & Answers

San Francisco, California

I would like to ask if the airport limousine stop closed to the Hotel? Thanks!

8 months ago Answer

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Jenkintown, PA
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The Granvia is located at Kyoto station, so you can easily get from Tokyo to Kyoto by train. The train is faster than the limousine, although it's also more expensive. In Japan, I would always bite the bullet (pun intended) on cost and go by train.

8 months ago
Los Angeles, California
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I agree with the response from Mandy S. Easy to take the train from your airport to Tokyo Station, which is a couple of blocks from the hotel. If you don't want the walk from the station, get a taxi for a quick ride (literally) across the street. Have a great trip - it's a wonderful and fun area (of many) in Tokyo.

8 months ago
Sydney, Australia
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Catch the train

It’s cheaper

Your would have to ask the limousine operators for their drop offs

8 months ago
Saint Louis, Missouri
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Terminal-to-terminal train ride of 80 min. by Haruka Express Train from Kansai Airport Station to Kyoto Station.

Ticket: JPY4,130 for Green Car ( premier reserved ), JPY3,370 for standard reserved, JPY2,850 for non-reserved one way

90 min. by Airport Limousine from Kansai Airport to Kyoto Station ( Hachijo-guchi, on the south side of the station ).

Fare: JPY2,550 one way, or JPY4,810 round trip

90 min. by taxi approx. at JPY20,000

8 months ago
Los Angeles, California
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I apologize - my response had to do with a hotel in Tokyo, not Kyoto. The Granvia is a wonderful hotel right inside, or next to, Kyoto station. You can easily transport luggage from the station, especially if taking Shinkansen into the city. Sorry for the confusion!

8 months ago
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