Mercure Kyoto Station

Located in Kyoto. Superior Twin Room (23㎡) is available here. Guests at Mercure Kyoto Station can enjoy a buffet breakfast.

Mercure Kyoto Station is the first Mercure brand hotel in the Kansai region.
Located in the ancient capital of Kyoto, the hotel was designed around the concept of pastimes of Heian nobility. Playful design elements can be found throughout the stylish interior.

The main lobby features an installation of an origami kemari (Heian era football) made from handmade Japanese paper and a colorful design wall composed of blown glass spheres that is sure to provide an elegant start to your trip. Each area of the hotel features an original design centered on a traditional Japanese theme: for the first floor bar area, it is kyokusui no en (winding stream party), for the guest lounge in the basement, it is gagaku (ancient court music), for the guest rooms on the Superior Floor, it is tosenkyo (a traditional game of throwing paper fans), and for the guest rooms on the Privilege Floor, it is traditional Japanese tops.
The hotel is easily accessible from Kyoto Station, making us the perfect place to stay for business or pleasure.

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Mercure Kyoto Station

Address: 288 Aburanokoji-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, 600-8231 Kyoto, Japan | Tel:+81(0)75-343-5533 | Hotel Official Website |

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95% of the Group’s worldwide network utilizing ALLSAFE protocols; 65% officially labelled; remaining properties to be audited by year-end 2020.

The Group’s hygiene and cleanliness label provides hotel guests with trust and assurance when they travel, allowing them to feel healthy, safe and confident throughout their stay.

Accor today announced its continued action to lead the hospitality industry with the most stringent cleaning standards and operational procedures concentrated on guest safety. Following operational disruptions stemming from COVID-19, Accor has successfully reopened most of its hotels with 95% of them having already adopted the Group’s trusted ALLSAFE cleanliness and hygiene protocols jointly developed with Bureau Veritas. To date, Accor has successfully certified 65% of these hotels with the ALLSAFE label through a third-party review and accreditation process with professional auditors like Bureau Veritas, SGS, Clifton and Ecolab, and is working to have additional hotels independently verified as ALLSAFE compliant over the coming months.

“At Accor, we are grateful for the trust our guests have placed in us to protect their health, safety and wellbeing and this is a responsibility we prioritize above all else,” said Chris Cahill, Deputy CEO Hotel Operations. “Throughout this difficult year, our hotel teams have risen to the challenge of enhancing their already stringent protocols and following increased public safety regulations while continuing to welcome, safeguard and take care of others; this remains at the very heart of what we do and who we are as hoteliers.”

Proprietary research undertaken by Accor over June/July 2020 indicates that a hotel getaway ranks among the top three activities that Accor guests feel ready to do over the coming months, in addition to going to a beach and visiting friends and family at home. While consumer spending intentions in the travel sector remain low compared to pre-pandemic levels, 75% of consumers say they would feel comfortable staying in a hotel where they can rely on high-standards of cleanliness and professional staff.

The ALLSAFE label was established by Accor to give guests the assurance of a third-party verified standard of hotel cleanliness and hygienic requirements. These standards were developed with and vetted by Bureau Veritas, a world leader in operational testing, inspections and certifications. Travelers can look for the ALLSAFE logo on the webpage of the Accor hotel they are booking, knowing they can trust its protocols to meet or exceed the ALLSAFE standard and visit the hotel with confidence.

To achieve the ALLSAFE certification, hotels must comply with a detailed list of 16 global commitments jointly developed with Bureau Veritas, which translates into more than 100 standards in total. Some of these enhanced health and prevention protocols include a reinforced cleaning program with frequent disinfection of all high-touch areas such as elevators and public restrooms; deep cleaning of guestrooms with hospital-grade cleaning products and materials, including upholstery, carpets and bedding cleaning at high temperatures.

Additional measures require Accor’s ALLSAFE hotels to employ appropriate seating and spacing restrictions in restaurants, bars and public areas; guest temperature screening in accordance with local requirements; disinfectant mats at hotel entrances; contactless payment solutions and desk-free check-ins and check-outs, wherever possible.

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Superior King Room | Room size: 23 m² | Simmons bed, W 180 cm x L 200 cm x 1
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Superior Twin Room | Room size: 23 m² | Simmons bed, W 100 cm x L 200 cm x 2


  • Linen
  • Alarm clock
  • Air conditioning
  • Safety deposit box
  • Heating
  • Carpeted
  • Refrigerator
  • Electric kettle
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • Satellite channels
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Air purifiers installed
  • Socket near the bed
  • Clothes rack
  • Wake up service/Alarm clock
  • Wake-up service
  • Single-room air conditioning for guest accommodation


  • Free toiletries
  • Bidet
  • Toilet
  • Bath or shower
  • Towels
  • Slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Toilet paper



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Trattoria M Kyoto is the Accor hotel group’s first Italian restaurant in Japan. We chose the name Trattoria, which means casual restaurant in Italian, because we wanted our guest to enjoy an easy-going dining experience.
We make ample use of local ingredients, including fertilizer-free, pesticide-free, compost-free vegetables from Father’s Farm and hydroponic herbs from Terada Farm, to create our original Kyoto-style Italian dishes. Enjoy our deli banzai, which features an Italian twist on Kyoto’s traditional obanzai cuisine, and our authentic kiln-baked pizza.
The drink menu features wines, local sakes, and craft beers from Kyoto as well as an extensive selection of original cocktails. We also have a wine list which includes a range of Italian wines from unpasteurized natural wines to standard offerings.
Enjoy the collaboration between Italy and Kyoto in an elegant space decorated with contemporary interpretations of Heian era leisure, including illustrated scrolls, Hyakunin Isshu playing cards, and kimono.

The bar area is open from breakfast to midnight and serves coffee, tea and alcoholic beverages. It’s the perfect place to relax at any time of the day.


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Eight-minute walk from JR Kyoto Station
Eight-minute walk from Kyoto Station on the Kyoto City Subway’s Karasuma Line
Eight-minute walk from Kintetsu Kyoto Station

* The Central Gate of Kyoto Station is the closest to the hotel.
Although the hotel is situated on the main thoroughfare of Horikawa-dori Street,
the main entrance is on the smaller Aburanokoji-dori Street on the opposite side.

Local Attraction

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Kyoto Tower

Tower with an observation deck offering binoculars & touch-screen guides, plus a food court.

Distance: 7 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Ryukoku Museum

The Ryukoku Museum is a comprehensive Buddhist museum that was opened to mark the 370th anniversary of Ryukoku University’s founding.

Distance: 4 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Kyoto Aquarium

This modern aquarium with 9 zones features a giant salamander, penguins & seals, plus dolphin shows.

Distance: 12 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Convenience chain offering grab-&-go bites & beverages, plus assorted newsstand items.

Distance: 2 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Kyoto Railway Museum

Contemporary space with exhibits on the railway & an array of locomotives & trains on display.

Distance: 17 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Jodo Shinshu Hongwanji-Ha Hong (Nishi Hongwanji)

Temple dating to the 16th century & headquarters of the Hongwanji sect of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism.

Distance: 10 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Shinshū Ōtani-ha(Higashi Honganji)

Large, serene Buddhist temple complex with statues, shrines & unique fountains.

Distance: 6 min. from hotel (by foot)

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BicCamera JR Kyoto Station Store

Bic Camera is an extremely popular chain of consumer electronics stores in Japan selling every imaginable electronic product at very reasonable prices.

Distance: 5 min. from hotel (by foot)

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Kyoto Avanti(Shopping Center)

Up-to-date mall with 6 floors of shops for clothing, books & anime merchandise, plus a food court.

Distance: 15 min. from hotel (by foot)