The Kyoto Tower hotel is a prominent feature of Kyoto's civilian city's skyline. Standing at 321 m (1,053 ft), it affords its patrons with an unrivaled view of the capital.
The lobby of the hotel is resplendent. The floor is highly polished fine-grained semitranslucent pure-white and entirely flawless marble. There were eight large columns that reached up thirty feet. In the base of the columns are niches in which a variety of Living Statues stand wearing a variety of clothing or lack thereof. The marble flows up two sweeping staircases that lead to the third floor which was also the shopping level.
There is a Concierge station against the west wall, with a dedicated staff to cater to the guest social needs.
The front desk is a thirty meter long mahogany counter trimmed with gold fittings and is positioned on the east wall. A massive mural decorates the wall behind it showing the city at sunset with an assortment of class starships, such as the Nozomi, Yui, Sakura class in the sky. There are ten check in stations manned at all times, and a number of bellhops are always available.
Between the twin staircases there are eight glass enclosed elevators that allowed the patrons to take in the view.
Manager: Shigeho Hayate a cheerful-looking female Minkan with green eyes and braided dark brown hair.
Kyoto Tower has 750 guest rooms. Each feature a high quality pillow topped bed, with 800 thread count cotton sheets, satin ones available upon request. Night stand by the bed, a wardrobe and dresser. Each room has access to entertainment and news channels. A small table by the window with chairs. Suites and penthouses have external facing balconies.
The bathrooms have a toilet, vanity with sink, a large whirlpool tub with shower.
The shopping level starts on level 3 of the hotel. It has two levels of stores, a mirror pool in the center of it, with trees and shrubs filling the center area. Standing in the center of the shopping level one can look up for thirty floors.