Check prices on hotels in Tennoji

Top Trending Hotels Near Tennoji, Osaka

See all 100 Hotels in Tennoji
Nectar Logo

Get 200 Nectar points when you book your hotel

Simply enter your Nectar card number when prompted. Your points will be credited 30 days after you return from your trip.

Hide content

Narrow your search

Pocket Guide: Osaka Tennoji Hotels

Tennoji is one of the must-see destinations in Osaka, whether you’re on the hunt for top shopping and nightlife spots or looking to fit some sightseeing into your trip. It’s located to the south east of the city with great transport links on the subway, Osaka Loop Line and other mainline train routes. There’s also a direct train to Kansai International Airport that takes just over 30 minutes.

Stay near Tennoji Station

When it comes to hotels in Tennoji, there’s a good choice of accommodation located within easy reach of the station, putting you in a good position for all the major attractions in the area including Tennoji Park, Shitennoji Temple and Shinsekai. Tennoji accommodation choices range from affordable one-star hotels to stylish four-star properties.

Visit Tennoji’s Famous Skyscraper

Wherever you choose to stay in Tennoji, you’ll be sure to spot the area’s biggest claim to fame. Abeno Harukas is the tallest skyscraper in Japan standing at 300 metres high. Kintetsu, Japan’s largest department store, spreads over 16 of the building’s floors, and there’s also an observation deck and an art museum.

Other Popular Attractions in Tennoji

While you’re in the area, behind Tennoji station is Tennoji Park, where you’ll find the zoo and the Osaka City Museum of Fine Art, home to a vast collection of Japanese and Chinese art plus a formal Japanese garden.

Sightseeing from Your Tennoji Hotel

Visitors also come to Tennoji for the Shitennoji Temple, which was first established in the 6th century, making it one of the oldest temples in Japan. The gardens are a beautiful haven, especially in spring when the cherry blossom is blooming.

For a completely different taste of Japanese culture, head to the Shinsekai neighbourhood. Originally developed in the early 20th century, Shinsekai’s bustling streets and restaurants are quite a gritty nostalgia trip compared to Osaka’s ultra-modern malls. Take the chance to try kushikatsu, one of Osaka’s speciality dishes, and snap a shot of the Eiffel-esque Tsutenkaku Tower.

false