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Whatever city you travel to in Japan, you’re likely to see hotels that come under the banner of the Hankyu Dai Ichi hotel group. It’s one of the biggest hotel operators in the country, with properties from the Tohoku region in the north east to Kyushu Island in the south west.
In Osaka, business and leisure travellers can choose from a diverse range of Hankyu Dai Ichi hotels located around the city centre and a little further out in the Osaka region. Stay in an elegant suite designed to reflect the luxury of European mansions. Spend the night in unique surroundings in one of Osaka’s most iconic towers, or pick a compact room for affordable convenience right in the heart of Umeda. You might prefer to relax in an out-of-town resort hotel featuring a natural hot spring.
Free WiFi and wired internet are standard across all of Osaka’s Hankyu Dai Ichi hotels, and there are plenty of room layout options to make sure you can find the most suitable set-up whether you’re visiting the city on business or with family. Adding to the hotel’s convenience, restaurants or cafes on-site mean you can also pick up a bite to eat whenever you need to. To make your stay even more comfortable, look out for the Hankyu Dai Ichi hotels that offer rainforest showers and massage chairs.
With such well-situated accommodation on offer at Hankyu Dai Ichi hotels, there’s no excuse for not getting out and about around Osaka as much as possible. Umeda is Osaka’s major modern shopping and entertainment district with several malls packed with more shops that you could imagine, hundreds of restaurants, bars, cinemas and more. You can also explore the vast flagship stores of most of Japan’s major department stores like Shinsaibashi Suji, one of the oldest in town, or pick up an electronic bargain at Den Den Town.