Sunlight peeks through the tall, slender stems of bamboo that lead you to our intimate hideaway in Kyoto’s temple district. At our heart is the 800-year-old Shakusui-en, a pond garden that firmly grounds our contemporary Hotel in tradition, artistry and natural beauty. Come morning, watch the sun illuminate the landscape outside your room’s floor-to-ceiling windows – cherry blossoms in spring, rich greenery in summer, vibrant red foliage in fall and snow-kissed mountain peaks in winter. Beguiling Kyoto keeps its secrets close. Let us show you where to find them.
- Premier Room – Garden View
With floor-to-ceiling views of our Shakusuien pond garden, these relaxing rooms embody traditional, minimalist Japanese design, featuring clean lines with little clutter.Details
- One-Bedroom Hotel Residence – Garden View
Watch the seasonal blooms unfold in our Shakusuien pond garden from your residence’s private balcony, or open up the curtains and take in the view as you enjoy breakfast on the dining table – or better yet, in bed.Details
- Deluxe Room
Peaceful and functional, these are some of Kyoto’s largest standard guest rooms and your personal oasis. Unwind in the sitting area, bathed in natural light, or beneath a soothing seasonal scene painted on the bed board.Details
- One-Bedroom Suite
Each of these expansive suites provides distinct living and sleeping spaces, as well as a Zen-like marble bathroom inspired by a bamboo forest. Need a little quiet time? Retreat to your master bedroom and rest your head on your customized Four Seasons Bed, next to views of our pond garden.Details
- Two-Bedroom Corner Hotel Residence
With two bedrooms on either side of the suite, a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area and a spacious living room, our largest Hotel residences offer plenty of space for everyone in your family to spread out and enjoy the floor-to-ceiling views of the city.Details
- Presidential Suite
It’s easy to feel at home here in this unique, two-bedroom suite, surrounded by local artisanal décor and spectacular views at every turn. Perched up on our fourth floor with extra-tall ceilings and an abundance of natural light, this calming retreat is where unforgettable family memories are made.Details
- offer valid for: Jan 25 2020 – Dec 31 2021
- minimum stay: 2 nights
- Daily buffet breakfast for two adults and two children
- 15% off our Room Rate
- JPY 10,000 Hotel credit per stay
- Children’s amenities
Kyoto by Private Jet
Board the all-new Jet for an around-the-world journey like no other, and stop in Kyoto for exclusive experiences including outings to sacred temples and gardens, and a visit to a local historic home for traditional tea.
Believed to once have been the garden of samurai Taira no Shigemori’s mountain villa, our Shakusuien was immortalized in a 12th-century epic poem, “The Tale of Heike (The Taira Clan).”
Built some 800 years ago at the foot of a mountain in the scenic Higashiyama temple district, our 10,000-square-metre (100,000-square-foot), circuit-style ikeniwa, or pond garden, is a haven of quiet dignity – and one of the few remaining gardens created at the end of the Heian Period, the peak of Imperial Japan. Wander its tree- and water-lined paths and fill your soul with a resounding sense of peace.
- Winter Dome by Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
Join us this winter at Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto for the ultimate dining experience – a collaboration with prestige Champagne Maison Perrier-Jouët from January 18 to March 22 under the warmth of two heated domes. Sit back, relax and enjoy free-flow of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut with your family and friends overlooking our historic Shakusui-en pond garden.Details
- Unpacking List: The Kyoto Area
It’s not the things you take with you that define your journey; it’s the experiences you have and the memories you bring home. Explore our hotel manager's five sensory “souvenirs.”Details
- Local Gems that Can't Be Missed
Insiders from Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto share their favourite spots to eat, drink, shop and play in the heart of Kyoto's temple district.Details
- A Collection of art
From Japanese paintings, Kyomizu potteries to the Washi paper art, feel the touch of Japanese artistry everywhere.