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The check-in was simple, staff spoke English and made the process comfortable as a first time traveler to Japan. It is closed to subway station for ease of movement in the city. Overall experience was great.
Staff were wonderfully attentive. The room facilities were first rate with a fantastic bathroom. Cleanliness and quality linen. All round very happy with my stay.
We got the cheapest room which was small but comfortable and had a queen size bed. The room was very clean and nicely laid out. The room and the bathroom looked relatively new. A lot of restaurants within the Osaka station where the hotel is. Lots of shopping malls too. Very convenient to go from ...
It felt dirty as the room was not at its best standard. There was a used bandaid in our bed and the carpet on the floor has ripped out. It just looked really disturbing as the underparts were quite dirty.
This hotel requires you to take your shoes of in the room, which is obviously very hygienic, but can be quite impractical as well. The bathroom is partly open planned, but there are sliding doors to separate the sleeping area. The shower is very nice. Breakfast was a let down. Not the usual cleanliness ...
This hotel is right next to the train station and Jo terraces which has a good variety of food at good prices. It's also close to the palace . The only thing i would criticize is the enormously high food prices at the hotel restaurants. Other than that, a great stay.
Location is ok for sight seeing. It's between the interesting areas of Kita and Minami. It's 15 minutes by subway or 30 minutes of foot. It's about a 15 minute walk to Osaka castle as well. So it's a good strategic spot to explore central Osaka, but not overly close to anything. The hotel itself ...
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 ...
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.