Washigamine Pavilion, Aman Kyoto

Surrounded by nature in the highest and most secluded area of the resort, the east-facing pavilion pays homage to the traditional Japanese Ryokan inn and looks over the entire garden and the Hieisan in the distance. A trekking path leads directly from the pavilion through the surrounding forest and various private meditation gardens can be found nearby. At 241 square metres (2594 square feet) the pavilion is the largest accommodation at the resort and features a living room, a traditional Japanese Tatami room, a Western dining room and a kitchen area. Two en-suite bedrooms feature natural woods, floor-to-ceiling windows, tatami flooring and tokonoma alcoves, and are connected to the living-dining area. For guests who would like to experience a stay more similar to the traditional Japanese Ryokan Inn, futons can be provided in the Japanese Tatami room. 
 
  • Garden and mountain views with ample natural light
  • 241 square metres (2594 square feet) comprised of two en-suite bedrooms, living room, Japanese Tatami room, Western dining room and kitchen
  • King-size bed or twin beds
  • Tokonoma alcoves
  • Hinoki Japanese bath and two sinks in each en-suite
  • Separate shower/WC
  • TV, Wifi, safe
  • Personal bar, coffee machine
  • Kitchen facilities, including wine cellar
  • Private meditation gardens nearby and a trekking path directly from the pavilion