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Grand Fine Toyonaka-minami - Adults Only - Toyonaka Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Rs.7,270

Grand Fine Toyonaka-minami - Adults Only

2-16-27 Hozumi, Toyonaka - Map
 
 
"OMG THIS WAS AWESOME, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!"
upon arrival, we saw arrows pointing us to our room, which we thought was a joke but nope, our door was lighting up. we walked in and omg, that says it all, HUGE ROOM, HUGE SHOWER, tv in the hot tub, awesome amenities, karaoke in the room, surround sound around the bed with self lighting. 24 hour room service...MASSAGE CHAIR?!?! this was the best hotel i have ever stayed and let me tell u, i have stayed in some nice places. hotel staff was awesome! you wont regret it.
A Traveller
Hotel New Otani Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Rs.15,583

Hotel New Otani Osaka

1-4-1 Shiromi Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Made my trip fabulous when went to Osaka "
Awesome and amazing .One of the nicest hotels I've been to.
Traveller from Hawaii
Namba Oriental Hotel - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Namba Oriental Hotel

2-8-17, Sennichi-Mae, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Central and renovated hotel in Namba"
We stayed at the Namba Oriental for 5 nights. We were given a room on the 8th floor, which had been finished being renovated two days earlier. Very large room for Japan standards (it had a couch which had a sofa bed underneath) and a King bed. Bathroom is small, normal by Japan standards. Room had a NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto coffee machine with 3 pods provided daily. Very pleased with the room. Free wifi which was good speed, minimal drop-outs. We did not eat at the hotel or use any other amenities.First up, it can be a little difficult to find without a printed map, particularly coming out of the subway as there is several exits, but after the first go, you'll find it like a pro. Fantastic location with plenty of eating options around and shops everywhere. Lawson's was next door, as was McDonalds. Subway/metro etc entry's/exits were close for the 3 Namba stations to access other areas of Osaka. Short walk to Dōtonbori area with more food and shopping options. Grab a location map from reception as this shows uncommon items like a coin laundry - we went through a few over the 5 days as we referred to it extensively! On our next trip to Osaka, we will definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Gold Coast, Australia
RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka

5-3-68 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Nice Stay"
I stayed at the Royal RIHGA for five nights. Check in/check out was easy. Staff spoke competent English, and were professional and nice. The hotel have shops and restaurants on the basement floor, as well as a buffet breakfast/dinner restaurant. There's a 24 hour Family Mart a block away, and a supermarket about three blocks away. There's a shuttle that runs to JR Osaka Station every few minutes from the hotel. There is a waiting area with chairs at the lobby(if the chairs filled up there is a line to stand in). If I remembered correctly each shuttle seats 28. During peak hours there might be a wait, but if you missed one, the next one gets here fast. Coming to the hotel just make sure you wait at the right line at the station because multiple shuttle buses from different hotels all share the same area. The driver is also courteous and professional. There are room for your bigger suitcases. I walked a few times from the hotel to Osaka station, took about 30-40 minutes. A lot of restaurants including McDonalds and Osaka Ohsho(where I ate my first meal in Osaka) are nearby. I stayed at a single room which is roomy enough for me. Mattress is firm, with two pillows. Walls are kinda thin, as you can hear when the neighbors open their faucet, or slamming their doors. Rooms use key cards. Complimentary newspaper in English at your door every morning. Vending and ice machine at each floor. Overall pretty comfortable stay. Definitely would stay at this hotel again.
Traveller from San Francisco, CA USA
Best Western Hotel Fino Osaka Shinsaibashi - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Best Western Hotel Fino Osaka Shinsaibashi

1-2-19 Higashi-shinsaibashi, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Good location and reasonable service and amenities"
Recommending for business stay, location is good to near to the metro and restaurant, convenience shop is just in front.
Traveller from Tokyo
Discover the BEST WESTERN Fino Osaka Shinsaibashi in the heart of the second largest city in Japan. Located between two major …More
Hotel C-Gran - Adult Only - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Rs.14,701

Hotel C-Gran - Adult Only

2-16-5, Nisishinnsaibashi, Osaka - Map
 
 
Hotel Granvia Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Rs.23,053

Hotel Granvia Osaka

3-1-1 Umeda, Osaka - Map
 
 
"A Weekend in Osaka"
Spent a long weekend in Osaka and chose this hotel due to its central location.
Traveller from Yokosuka
The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka

2-5-25 Umeda, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Very nice of the hotel"
Nice service, also the room service, good air con, especially, just 1 degree~~~ Still very warm at the room
Traveller from Hong Kong
Hotel Hankyu International - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Rs.21,561

Hotel Hankyu International

19-19 Chayamachi, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Nice older hotel"
The hotel is a very nice but on the older side. It more classy than most of the Western hotels, is like the Ritz Carlton but in Japan. It is convenience to local malls but it's too cold to walk outside so we have to take a cab even for a 5 mins ride. If you want very close walking distance you will choose a different hotel.
Traveller from Pasadena, CA
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka - Osaka Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka

1-17-11 Nanbanaka, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel in a Great Location"
This is one of my favorite hotels in Osaka. It is really conveniently located near Nanba Station, at the end of the Nankai Line. If you are coming in from Kansai Airport, it’s just a hop from the train to bed. The place is really well appointed, with gym and sauna, but also a kitchenette and washer/dryer in each suite. I’ve long been a fan of the Fraser Residence, and my most recent stay just confirmed my confidence in the place.
Traveller from Oregon
When you re based at Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka, you will soon get used to luxurious, tranquil living only moments from …More

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    Pocket Guide: Osaka

    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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