Situated in Kyoto city center, Hostel Mundo is the perfect place to experience Kyoto and its surroundings. With a wide number of attractions to discover, this sought-after part of town will not cease to amaze you.
Hostel Mundo provides a range services and amenities to help make your stay more comfortable. Never be out of touch with your contacts, with free Wi-Fi offered throughout your stay. If you plan to arrive by car, you'll appreciate the hostel's available parking, right on-site. The hostel provides front desk services such as luggage storage and safety deposit boxes for guests' convenience.
Staying for a long time, or just need clean clothes? laundromat and laundry service offered at the hostel will keep your favorite travel outfits clean and available. Please be advised that smoking is not allowed in the hostel to allow cleaner air for all guests. Smoking is limited to designated areas only, for the health and well-being of all guests and staff.
Feel right at home during your stay at Hostel Mundo. Some rooms are equipped with linen service and air conditioning for your convenience. The hostel also offers instant coffee in some rooms for when you feel like it is needed.
Dining and things to do
Guests who prefer to make their own meals will love the in-house shared kitchen available here.
Hostel Mundo lets you make the most of your time! Once there, you can enjoy countless recreational facilities offered to all guests. Have fun with your friends or family, or even meet new people at the library.
Around the property
Take some time to explore Kyoto during your stay at the hostel. Get a photograph of yourself in front of Gion located 3.2 km away, a must-see for anyone visiting Kyoto.
Reasons to stay here
Rooms don't get much cheaper than here, being less than 95% of the city's accommodation.
Know you'll get excellent dining options here, where past guests have rated onsite or nearby dining above 89% of the city's accommodation.
It's hard to beat the room comfort here, which is rated higher than 88% of other accommodations in Kyoto.