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I'm so glad that I picked this hotel for my Osaka trip. The staff spoke English and Chinese and it was easy for me to communicate with them. The hotel is located at the end of the "heart of the Osaka" it's only a min away from the famous shopping district and food selections around the hotel are ...
Staff very helpful - helped me sort out a number of queries, and source an plug adaptor for me when mine failed. The location is excellent, very easy to get to airport, major locations in Osaka and major transport hubs. However, was disappointed by just how small the room was, not completely clean ...
My wife and I were traveling from Shanghai to visit my son in Toyooka, Japan. We overnighted in the Richmond and did some sightseeing with the help of the friendly and English language fluent staff. Great value and staff make this a great hotel.
The hotel is clean, quiet, and comfortable. The rooms are a little small. We had a queen-size bed, which was fine for 2 people. The "double" bed is only big enough for one. If you use the bathhouse on the top floor, take a towel from your room; there are none in the bathhouse. I wish there bed had ...
From top international brands and large business hotels to smart apartments and spacious suites, you’ll find an impressive range of three-star hotels in Osaka. You’ll be able to make your choice from prime locations spread right across the city, so you’ll be well-placed to sample all that Osaka has to offer.
Both of Osaka’s main hubs – Namba in the south and Umeda in the north – make a great base. Plus, the efficient transport network of trains, buses, subway and trams means you can zoom around to all the main attractions in no time. Or if you fancy a break from the hustle and bustle, why not take a sightseeing cruise on one of the city’s many waterways?
Osaka’s greatest love is food, and the city isn’t shy about it. Some teasingly refer to Osakan’s food obsession as kuidaore, which literally means ‘eat ‘til you drop’. And if you’re heading out from your Osaka hotel in search of some top-notch dining, then there’ll be plenty of opportunity to treat yourself. Locals and visitors alike make a beeline for the restaurants of the Dotombori district near Namba station, where you can sample traditional dishes and street food. Or if you’re staying around Umeda, take a seat at an elegant restaurant in Osaka Station City.
Discover the splendour and rich history of the city at its most symbolic site, Osaka Castle. It’s a pleasure to visit at any time of year, but in the spring when the cherry blossom is out in all its glory, it’s a real wonder. See the city’s skyline from 173 metres up at the Floating Garden Observatory at the Umeda Sky Building.
If shopping’s your thing, you can get a serious fashion fix at Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, Osaka Station City or the luxury smaller-scale boutiques along Midosuji Street and in the Horie neighborhood in the Minami part of the city.