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With the promise of traditional Japanese hospitality, Tokyu Hotels is a chain with places to stay across Japan, plus a few located in Hawaii and Taiwan. Founded in 2001, the Tokyu Hotels group encompasses three distinctive brands – the money-saving simplicity of Tokyu REI Hotel, the reliable comfort of Excel Hotel Tokyu and the premium choice of Tokyu Hotel. You’ll find Tokyu hotels in Japan’s major cities and near key international airports.
The smart, comfortable rooms at Tokyu Hotels are each kitted out with all you need for a good night’s sleep. Choose from standard single, twin or double room layouts to suit your needs. Whichever you decide on, you’ll have free WiFi and wired internet, flat-screen TVs and comfy bedding. Extra conveniences include fridges and coffee makers in the rooms and restaurants and laundry facilities on site. You can also request a late checkout if needed to fit in with your schedule.
Osaka really is a city with enough variety to suit all kinds of visitors. Around the two central city hubs of Umeda in the north and Namba in the south, you’ll find entertainment, shopping and dining opportunities to keep you busy 24/7. Take the chance to taste some of Osaka’s most famous dishes in the foodie district of Dotonbori. You can even try your hand at making some of the city’s favourite snacks for yourself at the Osaka Takoyaki Museum and the remarkable Instant Ramen Museum. For a day of fun for all the family, don’t miss Universal Studios Japan in the city’s Bay Area. The nearby Osaka Aquarium is also very popular.
If you decide to stay in the north of Osaka, it’s worth making a trip out of the city to explore EXPO Park, around 30 minutes north of Shin-Osaka. For a glimpse of the some stunning Japanese scenery, you can travel just a little further to spend some time in Mino Quasi-National Park with hiking trails, waterfalls, hot springs and ancient temple sites before heading back to your Tokyu hotel for a good night’s sleep.