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Swissotel Nankai Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Swissotel Nankai Osaka

5-1-60 Namba Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
"The staff makes the hotel"
Check in and out was a breeze Attentive friendly staff
travel a lot
Hotel Monterey La Soeur Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Rs.10,419

Hotel Monterey La Soeur Osaka

2-2-22 Shiromi, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Beautiful comfort"
Amazing two nights stay here. We walked to the Okasa castle in 6 mins then we had a great dinner at the underground mall. We also went to spa bath in the hotel which were about $11/pp for two nights. Incredible breakfast offered as well. Overall, we love our stay so Thank You!
Lgw Toronto from Toronto, Canada
The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka

2-5-25 Umeda, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Fabulous ! Excellent service"
It has been a fabulous trip staying in Ritz Carlton Osaka , we have stayed for 6 nights there. The room , the food was at the highest standard . Specially , the service there is one of best !!! The reception and club lounge stuffs always pay big attention , and try their best to meet your demand .
james from Vancouver
Hotel Vista Grande Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Vista Grande Osaka

5-15 Soemon-cho, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Excellent location!"
We stayed in a much smaller room in Shibuya, Tokyo so being able to actually walk around the bed was a luxury. The location was perfect - one block up from the Dotonbouri street in Namba where all the action takes place. So glad I canceled our original reservation for a hotel in Osaka / Umeda region. Super close to the subway and train stations. Made getting around very easy. Would definitely stay here again!
Hazel
Hotel New Hankyu Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel New Hankyu Osaka

1-1-35 Shibata 1, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Close to bus stops and train stations"
Very close to airport shuttle bus stop (50feet away) and next to both Hankyu and JR train stations. Restaurants are everywhere too.
jun from osaka,japan
Hotel Sun White - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Sun White

3-7-6 Tanimachi Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
Ark Hotel Osaka Shinsaibashi - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Rs.5,004

Ark Hotel Osaka Shinsaibashi

1-19-18, Shimanouchi, Osaka - Map
 
 
"A nice hotel that is close to subway."
The hotel is just left of exit 4 of Nagarihombashi station which is very convenient. Although close to Namba, there is no direct train. Recommended to walk to Shinsaibaishi instead since there are many interesting stuff to see. Hotel is also close to restaurants and eateries but most of them don't open early. There's an underground shopping Crysta nearby.
VV from Singapore
Cross Hotel Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Cross Hotel Osaka

2-5-15 Shinsaibashi-suji, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Little Gem!"
First things first, hotel rooms in Japan are small. However, just because its small doesn't mean it cant be good. My Partner and i were here for 3 nights.
Lina from Sydney
Hotel Vista Premio Dojima - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Vista Premio Dojima

2-4-1 Sonezakishinchi, Osaka - Map
 
 
"So wonderful!"
Best hotel we have stayed in while in Japan. Big rooms, big bathrooms, close to Osaka station and lots of shops/restaurants.
AJB from Brisbane, AUS
APA Hotel Namba-Shinsaibashi - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

APA Hotel Namba-Shinsaibashi

2-7-11, Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel"
Nice hotel 5 minutes walking to shopping, Metro station, restaurants. Well kept place with a comfortable bed, and friendly staff, many of whom spoke English. In keeping with other APA hotels we have stayed in. Of course, the room was small.
A Traveller

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    About Osaka

    Sitting on the shores of Osaka Bay, the Japanese metropolis of Osaka has been an important port since at least the 5th Century. Although it has a modern cityscape only surpassed by Tokyo’s, in Osaka lies hidden temples, shrines and parts that provide a pleasant contrast to the hustle and bustle. Osaka is noted for its variety of shopping hotspots and delicious cuisine.

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    Osaka offers attractions to suit all tastes and even enjoying the main highlights will take more than one week. Osaka Castle, dating from the late 16th century, is one of the country’s most famous monuments. The castle is set in large gardens which are a beautiful sight during the sakura cherry blossom season. Other notable historic sights are Shitenno-ji Buddhist Temple and Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine.

    As well as the grounds of Osaka Castle, other lovely parks are Nakanoshima and Tennoji. The latter is home to Tennoji Zoo, Chausuyama Tomb and the main city art museum. The Osaka Museum of History, Osaka Science Museum and Peace Osaka are the city’s main cultural institutions. Peace Osaka remembers Japan’s role in WWII while the Science Museum has lots of exhibits aimed at children.

    A great place to visit is the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. This large facility houses more than 30,000 marine creatures. The view from the top of the 112-metre-high Tempozan Big-Wheel is amazing. Visited by an average of eight million visitors every year, Osaka’s Universal Studios Japan is a national treasure and gives visitors an authentic experience with attractions such as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

    Restaurants and Bars

    Osaka prides itself on its choice of eateries and the local people have a motto that translates as ‘eat until you ruin yourself’. All of the city’s districts have an excellent choice of places to eat out, but Dotonbori is always at the top of the wishlists of those who love food. Specialities including sushi, giant crab and takoyaki squid dumplings await the diner who wants to try everything. Battered mackerel sushi is especially recommended.

    Namba is another district famed for its food as well as bars, nightclubs and pachinko game parlours.

    Shopping

    Roughly half of Osaka’s 30,000 shops are situated in two districts, Chuo and Kita. They cover the whole range from underground shopping arcades to modern malls. Tenjinbashi-suji is a 2.5km-long arcade lined with boutiques, specialty shops and jewellers plus more than a few dining venues. American Village (Amerikamura) has a good assortment of second-hand clothes and souvenir stores. Nipponbashi (Denden Town) is the place to head for when buying electronic good or collectibles.

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