The room was spacious and welcoming with a modern touch that was very appealing. The beds were very comfy, and the view from our room was spectacular! The TV was good quality, and we enjoyed the amenities in the room such as the mini bar, tea/coffee, free water bottles, hot water maker, pajamas, and toiletries. Wonderful shower with both a removable wand and a rain shower head which made for a luxurious bathing experience. A window in the bathroom made it light and well lit. There was a beautiful bowl sink in the bathroom and a bidet. There was a couch next to the window where you could sit and enjoy the wonderful view, which was especially incredible at night! Our Free Breakfast (definitely worth the extra) was like Heaven. Fresh Cream cheese from Hokkaido, Honeycomb and honey from Kyushu, and a of breads, fabulous coffees and a good mixture of Japanese and Western fare. I highly recommend their breakfast at Serena! Location was very convenient, with the subway underneath the hotel making transportation a breeze, about 10 minutes to Shin-osaka Station, and a ten minute walk to Dotonbori shopping street. Plenty of high end shops in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. Great hotel that I didn't want to leave!
Located in Namba, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Amerika-Mura Triangle Park and Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Osaka …More
Hotel is nice and clean and convenient as it is close to subway station, a underground shopping street just in front and is connected to Shisaibashi shooping area. Staffs are friendly and nice. Overall are up to satisfaction.
Located in Namba, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Hope Chapel Osaka and Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Osaka Science …More
This area contains the covered shopping arcade Jan Jan Yokocho, named after the “jan jan” sound of the stringed instruments waitresses traditionally played to attract customers to their restaurants. Originally frequented by blue-collar workers during the 1950s, it remains a destination for down-to-earth nostalgic dining. Also nearby is Tsutenkaku Tower. Considered by residents to be the symbol of modern Osaka, the tower’s observation platform offers city views from 91 meters above the street.