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This is a nice hotel, if you are on business and need the location it’s fine, however for tourists it’s not so exciting due to the location. Room is nice, a few nicks and scratches that need touching up. Bathroom is excellent with a rain shower seperate shower area (plus a bath) WiFi is super excellent, ...
The positives: Pretty good area. Staff were pleasant, but very limited English speaking. The lobby is nice looking but nothing fancy. The hotel is in a nice area with a 7-eleven right across the street, which was handy. Free slippers and housecoat to wear. Free toiletries. That's where the good ends. ...
Made several trips to areas outside Osaka and four music concerts in Osaka. Location and acess to transportation was excellent. Will return.
Stayed 10 nights due to central location to other surrounding cities including Kyoto, Kobe and other sights. Located directly above Higobashi train station which provided great convenience once we had mastered the public transport system. Was able to do day trips out to all the sights. Also on the ...
If you’re coming to Osaka on a business trip, you’ll find a wide range of business hotels to suit you. This port city has a long history as an important centre for trade and commerce, and today it’s an economic hub of the Kansai region.
The Umeda area in the north of the city centre is the main business district. At its heart is the huge Osaka/Umeda station complex, which is a hub for trains, subway and buses. It’s also reputed to be the fourth busiest train station in the world, seeing well over 2 million passengers pass through every day.
Osaka’s full-featured business hotels have everything you need for a smooth and successful trip. Business-focused accommodation in Osaka typically features WiFi, quiet workspaces, meeting and conference rooms, fitness facilities and on-site cafes and restaurants.
Alternatively, pick an apartment so you can make yourself at home if you’ve got more than a few days in the city. Or if you’re on a tight budget, opt for a straightforward hotel room that just provides somewhere central, clean and comfy to rest your head.
Both Itami and Kansai airports offer good transport links into the city centre. If you take the fastest options you can be in Umeda in about 30 minutes from either. High-speed Shinkansen trains – a.k.a. bullet trains – arrive and depart from Shin-Osaka station to the north of the city. If you’re staying at a business hotel in Umeda, it’s only 10 minutes away on the subway. The area around Shin-Osaka is itself an important business destination, so you’ll find the hotels near the station often have business-friendly amenities, too.
After a long day in the office, Osaka offers a great variety of entertainment and dining options. So wherever you’re staying in Osaka it’s worth taking the opportunity to get out and about to soak up some of the atmosphere of this lively and welcoming city.