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Solare Hotels & Resorts is a Japanese hospitality company encompassing a number of brands including Chinsun Hotels and Loisir Hotels. Across the portfolio, there’s a commitment to being a warm, energetic and universal chain of hotels – that’s why they’re called Solare, Italian for solar system. You’ll find Solare Hotels across Japan, the majority of which are Chinsun Hotels, as are those in Osaka.
Solare’s most widespread brand is Chinsun Inn. If you’re visiting Osaka on a budget, whether on business or for a vacation, Chinsun Inn’s welcoming approach and straightforward, comfortable rooms might be just what you’re looking for. In all rooms, there’s free WiFi and a LAN connection, plus flat-screen TVs, drinks making facilities and fridges. On-site buffet-style restaurants make it easy to grab a bite to eat to fit in with your busy schedule, and there are also laundry facilities for extra convenience.
Book a room at a Chinsun Inn in Osaka to be within easy reach of the two main city-centre hubs of Umeda and Namba. Around Umeda, in the north, you’ll find shopping opportunities and entertainment galore in the shape of Osaka Station City, Grand Front Osaka and HEP Five – where you can even take a ride on a huge red Ferris wheel up on the roof. If you’re happy with heights, you could also see Osaka from a unique perspective on a visit to the Floating Garden Observatory at the top of the striking Umeda Sky Building. For more-on-the-ground attractions, head to the nearby Nakanoshima Island for a host of cultural sightseeing including Osaka Science Museum, the National Museum of Art and the Festival Hall.
If you choose to stay more to the south of the centre of Osaka, around Namba, your options for getting out and about nearby are just as varied. Browse the shops and stalls at Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, or tuck in to a huge variety of Osaka’s famous food in the lively district of Dotonbori. And if you’d like to see Osaka’s most famous landmark, take the short hop from your Chinsun Inn to Osaka Castle.