Loved this hotel. I had a 15th floor room with a lovely view of the river. The room, while not enormous, was a decent size compared to other hotels I stayed in during my trip to Japan. It was clean, modern & beautifully furnished (loved the chaise longue by the window, the sliding panel over the TV, and the little things like free bottled water). It is located in a fairly quiet area but is only a few minutes walk from Higobashi subway station (and a quick ride of 3 stops to Namba station and the Dotonbori area) and about a 15 minute walk to the Osaka Station/Umeda area. There's a Family Mart (convenience store) in an office block across the road for those looking for a cheap breakfast.
Traveller from New Zealand
Located in Kita, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Osaka National Museum of Art and Osaka Science Museum. Umeda Sky …More
This hotel was ideally located in the Namba district. It's very close to the shopping and food areas (ie Kuromon market and Dotonbori). There was also a subway entrance within a block of the hotel. The hotel itself was very clean and the service was pretty amazing for the price. Fresh towels and water bottles are left at your door if you leave up the Do Not Disturb sign. The staff was very friendly and extremely helpful with requests. Would definitely stay here again on my next visit.
Located in Chuo, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hozenji-Yokocho Alley and Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Tsutenkaku …More
This hotel was ideally placed, central
To the shopping districts and close to Osksa Castle via the underground station 5mins from the hotel.
You could not find a better hotel location. Very quite location easy walking distances.
You may find the room size a little smaller for two people, but it's worth it, for its location
Traveller from J
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, Osaka Castle, and Tsutenkaku Tower. Area …More
Hear the crowds roar at Japan's oldest baseball park. Built in 1924, Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya marshals 55,000 dedicated fans of the Hanshin Tigers every season. Visitors seeking more tranquil diversion won't want to miss the Hanami festival in early spring, with over 2,300 cherry trees blossoming along the Shukugawa River.