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Pocket Guide: Romantic Hotels Hotels in Osaka

Everyone has an idea of what their perfect romantic hotel might look like. In Osaka, there’s a wide range of romantic hotels to help make those dreams come true. From traditional Japanese-style rooms with mountain views to elegant suites in the heart of the city, it’s easy to build a romantic break around your perfect type of accommodation in Osaka.

Get Away Together to Osaka

Osaka offers a great mix of entertainment, nightlife and opportunities to relax, so whether you want to get out and about to see all the sights with your loved one or kick back and unwind in a tranquil setting, you can find a romantic hotel to put you right where you want to be. Share an intimate meal in one of Japan’s top restaurants or soak up the lively atmosphere of the city while sampling some of its delicious street food around Dotonbori. Stroll through the bustling Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade or browse the sparkling shopping malls at Grand Front Osaka and Namba Parks – where you can even take a walk around the landscaped gardens on the mall’s roof.

Despite being Japan’s third largest city, Osaka has a surprising number of spaces where you can get away from it all. For a really romantic experience, wander through the city’s beautiful parks and gardens in cherry blossom season in March and April – Osaka Castle Park and the riverside Kema Sakuranomiya Park are particularly popular when the trees are in full bloom.

Seek Out Special Osaka Experiences

No matter which romantic hotel in Osaka you choose, you’ll never be too far away from the city’s waterways. And what better way to while away an afternoon or evening than on a relaxing river cruise? Or take in the stunning views of the city skyline at sunset from the top of the Umeda Sky Building in the Floating Garden Observatory, the Tempozan Ferris Wheel in the Bay Area or the observation deck of Abeno Harukas, Japan’s tallest skyscraper.