Daiwa Roynet Hotels is a Japanese mid-range hotel chain which prides itself on its dedication to ‘omotenashi’ – the kind of generous, cordial hospitality that has long been a tradition in Japan. It goes beyond simply providing good service, it offers guests a wholehearted welcome. You’ll find Daiwa Roynet Hotels across Japan in convenient locations for both business and leisure travellers.
Feel at Home in a Daiwa Roynet Hotel
The smartly designed, comfortable rooms at Daiwa Roynet hotels are all well equipped with the essentials for a good night’s rest. Choose a set-up to suit your needs from standard single, twin or double rooms to Superior and Hollywood options with more features and space. All rooms have free WiFi and wired internet, flat-screen TVs and comfy duvets. Certain room types even include an in-room massage chair, which can be a real treat after a hard day’s sightseeing or work. Conference and meeting rooms, on-site restaurants and laundry facilities complete the package to make Daiwa Roynet Hotels a practical choice for any length of stay in Osaka.
See the City from a Central Osaka Hotel
You’ll find Daiwa Roynet Hotels in Osaka situated in handy locations near Namba and Umeda. And getting around to see all the most popular sights won’t be a worry as the hotels are all located within easy reach of subway stations.
Explore Osaka’s huge range of shopping opportunities from the spectacular shopping malls at Grand Front Osaka and Namba Parks to the quirky Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade and Amerikamura district. Grab the chance to see Osaka’s stunning city skyline from up high at the Floating Garden Observatory at the top of the Umeda Sky Building and the observatory deck on the uppermost floors of Abeno Harukas, the tallest skyscraper in Japan.
And if you’d like to extend your experience of Japanese traditions beyond Daiwa Roynet Hotel, visit at the end of July to witness the city’s 100-year-old Tenjin Matsuri Festival of the Gods, one of Japan’s Big Three festivals, or in March to see the Spring Basho sumo tournament. Osaka’s National Bunraku Theatre is the country’s best venue to see one of Japan’s oldest art forms – puppet theatre – in action.