Welcome to Hotel Seiki Kyoto Station!
We celebrated our reopening in March 2017,
featuring extensive interior renovations and a beautiful lobby decorated with hand-painted peacocks by the Kyoto-based artist Hideki Kimura.
The peacocks resemble the Suzaku, one of the four gods that stand watch over Kyoto.
Hotel Seiki’s renovation is like the rebirth of Suzaku.
According to legends, Suzaku stood guard for thousands of years as southern Kyoto’s patron god, keeping the city safe. We aim to provide the same safety and comfort to our travelers.
Our staffs come from all over the world, including Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Holland, Korea, America, Indonesia, France, Thailand, Brazil, Australia, and Finland and we aim to provide global hospitality and upmost comfort to our guests in this city with its thousand years of history.
It is ours, and our staff’s dedication to make your stay in Kyoto as memorable as it can be.
Hotel Seiki Kyoto Station
Manager Chi Yu Yeh