To arrange a meeting or interview with Kyoto Traveler’s Inn at WTM,
please email Fiona and the team at kti@gecpr.co.uk

Kyoto Traveler’s Inn is offering one lucky travel agent the chance to win a three-night stay for two at this year’s World Travel Market.To stand a chance of winning, agents should try on the authentic kimono or yukata located at the Kyoto DMC Hotel and Experience area on the Japan National Tourism Organization stand (AS800) and share a photograph online with the tags #KimonoKyoto and @kyototravellersinn on Instagram or @kyoto.travellersinn on Facebook.

Kyoto Traveler’s Inn is centrally located in the the Okazaki area of the Higashiyama district of Kyoto in Japan. The hotel offers guests the chance to stay in Western rooms or traditional Japanese accommodation with futon bedding and tatami flooring.

The three-star hotel, which is a seven-minute walk away from Higashiyama Subway Station, is well-suited for those who want to see the sites of Kyoto since many of the city’s shrines and temples are located within walking distance from the hotel. These include the Shoren-in Temple, Ginkakuji, Heian Jingu Shrine and also the Yasaka Shrine, which is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto and accessible in just 15 minutes by foot.

Staff at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn speak English and facilities and services at the non-smoking hotel include an on-site restaurant that serves sumptuous Japanese meals and Western dishes, a traditional onsen-style public bath known as a daiyokujo, massages for guests, and a bicycle rental service. Furthermore, the hotel’s location in Kyoto’s artistic area of Okazaki has inspired the property’s murals, which can be viewed in public spaces such as the lobby, stairway and entrance.

From November to early December Kyoto celebrates Momiji Season and holidaymakers can view Kyoto’s stunning autumn colours at Nanzenji, Eikando, garden of Heian Jingu and Murinan garden, all of which are all within walking distance from the hotel. Those lucky enough to visit the hotel during the months of March and April can view the incredible and picturesque cherry blossom at the nearby Maruyama Park.

The hotel is also ideal for groups travelling together as it boasts a seminar room and traditional Japanese tatami room, which is available for meetings and events.

The hotel’s home city of Kyoto is located just 25 minutes from Osaka and the airport there, and just over two hours away from Tokyo. The city served as Japan’s capital and the emperor’s place of residence from 794 until 1868. Today, Kyoto is famous for its exceptional temples, shrines and historical sites.

The winner will be announced at the end of World Travel Market on Thursday 7th November via Kyoto Traveler’s Inn social media channels.

To arrange a meeting or interview with Kyoto Traveler’s Inn at WTM,
please email Fiona and the team at kti@gecpr.co.uk

Rates at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn start from approx. £31 (¥ 4,000) plus tax per night, per person, for a Standard Japanese Room at double occupancy.

For further information about Kyoto Traveler’s Inn,
visit www.k-travelersinn.com/english/.

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For bookings, media and press trip enquiries, please contact Fiona and the team at GEC PR: KTI@gecpr.co.uk

Image Captions:
Image 1: Traditional kimonos in Kyoto.
Image 2: A traditional Japanese tatami room at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn.
Image 3: A geiko in Kyoto.

Competition Terms and Conditions

  • Winner will be announced on Thursday 7th November and informed via social media and email
  • The competition is only open to staff members of tour operators and travel agencies in the UK
  • Travel to be completed before 7th November 2020 and prize is subject to room availability
  • Prize includes three nights’ accommodation for two people on a bed and breakfast basis at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn
  • Prize does not include international flights

About Kyoto Traveler’s Inn
Kyoto Traveler’s Inn is located in the Okazaki area of the Higashiyama district in eastern Kyoto, Japan. The hotel offers guests a choice between a Western room or traditional Japanese accommodation with futon bedding and tatami flooring. The three-star hotel, which is a seven-minute walk away from Higashiyama Subway Station, is well-suited for those who want to see the sites of Kyoto since many of the city’s shrines and temples are located within walking distance from the hotel. These include the Shoren-in Temple, Ginkakuji, Heian Jingu Shrine and also the Yasaka Shrine, which is one of the most famous shrines in Kyoto and accessible in just 15 minutes by foot. Those visiting the hotel during the months of March and April can view cherry blossom at the nearby Maruyama Park and those visiting during Momiji Season from November to early December can view Kyoto’s stunning autumn colours at Nanzenji, Eikando, garden of Heian Jingu and Murinan garden, all of which are all within walking distance from the hotel. Staff at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn speak English and facilities and services at the non-smoking hotel include free Wi-Fi, an on-site restaurant that serves Japanese and Western dishes, a traditional onsen-style public bath known as a daiyokujo that offers massages for guests, and a bicycle rental service.