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APA Hotel Namba-Ekihigashi£40APA Hotel Namba-Ekihigashi£40
APA Hotel Osaka-Higobashi-Ekimae£37APA Hotel Osaka-Higobashi-Ekimae£37
APA Hotel Namba-Shinsaibashi£62APA Hotel Namba-Shinsaibashi£62
APA Hotel Midosuji Hommachi-Ekihigashi£43APA Hotel Midosuji Hommachi-Ekihigashi£43
APA Villa Hotel Osaka-Tanimachi 4 Chome-Ekimae£28APA Villa Hotel Osaka-Tanimachi 4 Chome-Ekimae£28
APA Hotel Tennouji-Ekimae£37APA Hotel Tennouji-Ekimae£37
APA Hotel Midosuji-Honmachi-Ekimae£37APA Hotel Midosuji-Honmachi-Ekimae£37
One of Japan’s largest hotel chains, APA Hotels & Resorts has hundreds of hotels all over the country from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south. You’ll find APA hotels in prime city locations close to transport links, making them convenient for business and holiday guests alike. Across the APA portfolio, the motto “Best for the Guest” guides the customer service, so you can expect the appealing combination of a warm welcome, comfortable accommodation and reasonable prices.
Choose a room in an AKA Hotel in Osaka and you’ll be able to rest easy in the knowledge that you’ll have everything you need to make you feel right at home, without making too much of a dent in your wallet. With smart, practical room layouts, all APA Hotel accommodations include free WiFi and wired internet, comfy bedding, fridges, drinks facilities and flat-screen TVs. Some APA Hotels in Osaka also feature indulgent deep soak bath tubs in the en-suites and additional perks such as spa facilities and meeting rooms onsite.
Staying in an APA Hotel in Osaka will put you in a great position to explore all the city’s top sights, travel easily to your business appointments or catch your connections at the airport or railway station. Osaka’s public transport system is quick and efficient, and you’ll never be more than a short walk away from the nearest stations.
For history buffs, Osaka Castle in the city centre is the area’s most famous landmark, and you should also take the chance to visit a few of the city’s traditional temples and shrines – some of the oldest in Japan. Shitennoji Temple and Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine are high up on a lot of visitors’ must-see lists. If filling up on fun is your thing, then you should try to squeeze in a day trip to the movie mecca of Universal Studios Japan. And to get a true taste of what makes Osaka stand out from other Japanese cities, head for the bright lights, restaurants and bars of Dotonbori before retiring for a good night’s sleep in your APA hotel.