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The hotel is located near to dotonbori area and 10 mins walk from mamba station exit, I believe it is exit 25. The hotel offers very basic services, however, the room of this hotel is quite big comparing to some of the hotels we stayed...More
Budget hotel, just 3 mins walk to Dotonbori. Have enough room amenities and facilities. Bathtub is quite small, temperature and pressure of hot water are so good as you can relax after long day walk. Staff is so helpful since I left my passport behind...More
Budget hotel within 400m from Dotonbori and Shinsabashi. The hotel is a bit old but very clean. Room is quite large compared in Japanese standard. Hotel staffs are polite and there is free wifi. It's around 15 mins walk from Nanba station which is connected...More
Its across the main road that you need to cross before you can access the main areas of dotonburi. So if you are coming from the subway, look for Cross Hotel, then look across the main road, there is a small alley/road. Thats the road...More
I got off from Namba station and asked for the direction to the hotel at Visitor Information Center. The information center give us a copy of map and it really helpful since the hotel located in narrow street with many turns. It took just a...More
US$68 - US$178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When I reserved the double room, I believe I was given a full size. If it was a queen, then it was a small queen sized bed. As most Japanese hotel rooms are small in size, anything bigger than a full size (at Teikoku... More
When I reserved the double room, I believe I was given a full size. If it was a queen, then it was a small queen sized bed. As most Japanese hotel rooms are small in size, anything bigger than a full size (at Teikoku) might be too much. Otherwise, the place is nice and clean.
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