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The room I got is a twin bed one. It's nice and good. The bathroom is small but Japanese standard toilet is sophisticated as it is a pleasure if you need to finish your 'business' here.
Amenities like shop from shinseido and it gets a...More
This hotel has a lot of positive factors that make it an ideal base for travellers visiting Osaka:
Great location close to Shin Osaka Station and subway.
Nice room with excellent views of the city (If you are high enough up.We where on floor 11...More
The hotel was easy to get to from the Shinkansen train station - like a 5 minute walk. Service was great and the staff were happy for us to leave our bags the following day so we could travel around. The free shuttle bus ran...More
Booked 3 rooms for my family of 5 due rooms are small. Rooms are also old. Needs renovation. Beds are comfortable. Amenities at the bathroom are more than enough. Our floor had vending machines for food and drinks. The staff at the reception are friendly...More
Stayed here whilst travelling round Japan and picked it due to price and location to Shin-Osaka station. Free transport to hotel which is easy to find if you follow their instructions on website. We only used shuttle bus when we had luggage as the rest...More
When I've booked on one of the hotel booking sites there is an option for breakfast. I've always opted for breakfast as it IS substantial with lots of choice. The only drawback is it closes at 9.30am, so if you like to sleep... More
When I've booked on one of the hotel booking sites there is an option for breakfast. I've always opted for breakfast as it IS substantial with lots of choice. The only drawback is it closes at 9.30am, so if you like to sleep in, you probably wouldn't want breakfast. There surprisingly are no other cafes, convenience stores or facilities to get breakfast in the immediate area, so you would have to purchase before you go back to the hotel & eat in your room or take shuttle into Shin Osaka station. It is cheaper to pre-book breakfast, I recall, rather than purchase on the day.
Response from WayneRManchesterUK | Reviewed this property |
You can certainly visit Kyoto on a day trip in that its easy to travel from Osaka to Kyoto (plenty of trains) but whether you could actually see an awful lot in Kyoto in a day is in my opinion questionable.