Aman Kyoto

Asia

5-star hotel

4.3

263 Google Reviews

ETIC silver rating
5.8 / 10
co2-footprint
33.72 kg CO2e

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Aman Kyoto

131-1 Ōkitayamaharadaniinuichō, Kita Ward, Kyoto, 603-8487, Japan [View Map]


ETIC bronze rating

5.8 / 10

Aman Kyoto is a luxury hotel nestled in the serene hills of Kyoto, Japan. This stunning property offers a unique blend of traditional Japanese architecture and contemporary design. With only 26 rooms, guests can expect exceptional personalized service and privacy. The hotel features world-class amenities including a spa, a cultural gallery, and exquisite dining options that showcase the finest local ingredients. Aman Kyoto provides a tranquil and immersive experience, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in the rich culture and beauty of Kyoto.

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ETIC Green Scores

ETIC bronze rating

5.8 / 10

co2-footprint

33.72 kg CO2e

THE ETIC Bronze Certification is awarded to ethical and sustainable hotels having a score of at least 4 out of 10.

Thresholds for "good" kg CO2e scores can vary depending on the context and the specific activity being measured. However, in the context of hotel stays, a relatively good kg CO2e score could be considered below 10 kg CO2e per room per night. This would indicate that the hotel is implementing energy-efficient practices and utilizing cleaner energy sources, resulting in a lower environmental impact.

What Makes The Hotel Ethical And Sustainable

  • Encouraging guests to bring specific in-kind donations to support the people in a positive way.
  • Students working to complete their two-year education for a certificate in tourism and hospitality
  • Buying locally to promote employment and to provide business opportunities that benefit the local communities the most.
  • Reducing the amount of waste produced and managing it responsibly.
  • Community effort of building wells in the village and have provided and electricity connection to the primary school.
  • Reading books and getting access to Zanzibar communities for free to promote literacy and learning for all ages.

Etic Green Scores

Learn more about the ETIC Green Standard (EGS)

I. Environment (5.8)
1.1. Conserving Resources 4.4
1.1.1. Environment Friendly 8.1
1.1.2. Consumable Goods 3.1
1.1.3. Energy Conservation 2.9
1.1.4. Water Conservation 3.6
1.2. Reducing Pollution 8.2
1.2.1. GHG 9.1
1.2.2. Waste Water 9
1.2.3. Waste Management 9.6
1.2.4. Harmful Substances 4.5
1.2.5. Minimize Polution 8.8
1.3. Conserving Biodiversity, Ecosytems and Landscapes 4.9
1.3.1. Wildlife Species 6.1
1.3.2. Wildlife Captivity 7.4
1.3.3. Landscaping 2.7
1.3.4. Biodiversity Conservation 2.4
1.3.5. Interaction with wildlife 6
II. Social (4.5)
2.1. Fair Trade 6.1
2.1.1. Community Development 7.2
2.1.2. Local Development 2.8
2.1.3. Fair Trade 8.5
2.1.4. Support Local Entrepreneurs 3.5
2.1.5. Respect Local Communities 8.7
2.2. Labour Rights 3.9
2.2.1. Exploitation Harassment 6.3
2.2.2. Equal Opportunity 2.4
2.2.3. Labour Rights 3.1
2.3. Services 3.6
2.3.1. Community Services 4
2.3.2. Local Services 3.3
III. Culture & Site Protection (6.3)
3.1. Cultural Visits and Promotions 4.9
3.1.1. Culture Visits 4.9
3.2. Historical Artefacts 4.2
3.2.1. Historical Artefacts 4.2
3.3. Protection of Sites 8.8
3.3.1. Protection of Sites 8.8
3.4. Incorporation of Culture 7.3
3.4.1. Incorporation of Culture 7.3
IV. Sustainable Managment (6.4)
4.1. Sustainable Management System 5.8
4.1.1. Sustainable Mgmt System 7
4.1.2. Health & Safety 2.6
4.1.3. Legal Compliance 10
4.1.4. Employee Training 5.9
4.1.5. Customer Experience 6.5
4.1.6. Accuracy of Promotional Materials 2.9
4.2. Buildings and Infrastructure 7.9
4.2.1. Buildings & Infrastructure Compliance 9
4.2.2. Cultural Surroundings 9.2
4.2.3. Buildings & Infrastructure Practices Materials 5.5
4.3. Adaptive Incorporation 5.5
4.3.1. Access For Persons With Special Needs 3.3
4.3.2. Natural Surroundings 4.9
4.3.3. Reporting And Communication 8.4

Key Facts

Questions & Answers

Aman Kyoto Owner, Adrian Zecha`s Friend The resort consists of a series of standalone latticed pavilions that pay homage to the traditional Japanese ryokan inn, each serving as a window to spectacular natural surroundings.
The spacious 165.7 square metres (1780 square feet) suite features a living room, a traditional Japanese Tatami room, Western dining room and kitchen area. Bedrooms feature natural woods, floor-to-ceiling windows, tatami flooring and tokonoma alcoves, and are connected to the living-dining area.
Vlad Doronin - Owner, Chairman and CEO Vlad Doronin acquired Aman in 2014 with the desire to uphold the brand`s unique vision and experience, while also expanding its offering to guarantee its longevity and success.
Throughout his decades as an architect, Kerry Hill was not one to subscribe to any formal design methodology. Instead, he spent his career in thoughtful pursuit of authenticity, allowing his work to realise itself through place, purpose, and material.

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