Shopping is best in Osaka, train journey from airport to town only just over 30 min. Tokyu airport is much further away from town centre.
Osaka is close to Kobe & Kyoto too!
Things are cheap & fashionable here.
Traveller from Hong Kong
When you re based at Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka, you will soon get used to luxurious, tranquil living only moments from …More
"Nice hotel close to hundreds stores n restaurants"
+ The hotel is clean like most of other hotels in Japan. It is very close to shopping area and very easy to grab food
- The toilet in our room is a bit dark, showering area in particular. The room is small.
Traveller from Indonesia
Hotel Nikko Osaka is a luxury hotel offering great deals on comfortable hotel room reservations. The hotel faces the …More
Out of the three hotels that we stayed in during our trip to Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka), the APA Namba was the most modern and up to date hotel we stayed in. There are no Door Men or Bell Men to help with your bags, but the Front Desk was very helpful and spoke perfect English. Although most hotels in Japan are small, the room was probably the smallest of the three that we stayed in.
My only complaint was that there was what appeared to be mold on the shower curtain (see pic)
One of the best locations of a hotel. I normally stay in Umeda. It's rare that I stay in Nanba. This hotel is next to Dotumbori. Good spot for carousing. There is off site parking at Best Parking. Two streets away the same side. It's more comfortable than the average Japanese Business hotel.
We only stayed 1 night and we booked a non-smoking room, but obviously it was a smoking room. They put an air purifier in the room, but it did not help. The staff were really very nice. We came earlier and left our things, to our surprise, they already brought our things to our room. Smooth checking in and checking out. I hope they will change their check out time. 10:00 a.m. is to early.
This area contains the covered shopping arcade Jan Jan Yokocho, named after the “jan jan” sound of the stringed instruments waitresses traditionally played to attract customers to their restaurants. Originally frequented by blue-collar workers during the 1950s, it remains a destination for down-to-earth nostalgic dining. Also nearby is Tsutenkaku Tower. Considered by residents to be the symbol of modern Osaka, the tower’s observation platform offers city views from 91 meters above the street.
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