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Hotels in Osaka Reviews

3.8/575 Reviews
Tennoji
The north exit of Tennoji Temple will be able to walk right away, and the drug store and the whole family are all within a few steps downstairs. There is a full-length mirror in the room, as well as a small freezer and TV. There is a common washstand in the hallway (with a hair dryer). The shower room has a single room in addition to the large bathroom (I have not been to a large bathroom, always washing in a single room), and the bathroom is also a separate room in the hallway. The rooms are all password locks and change passwords every day. Very clean, the service is also very good, a person to live, I feel that this price is very affordable.
4.6/5142 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda
The old Westin Hotel is good, the location is near Umeda Station, and the hotel has a shuttle bus to and from Umeda Station, which is very convenient. The service was very attentive. The bellman also gave a detailed introduction to the room when checking in. The room only provided two bottles of mineral water for free. The swimming pool was also an extra charge. I did not experience the implementation of the supporting services of the five-star hotel, which was a bit disappointing. The room size is still large, the windows cannot be opened and there is no ventilation.
4.7/584 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
It is definitely recommended. Exit 12 of Namba Subway Station leads directly to hotel B1. There is a convenience store on the 1F and the hotel lobby on the 11th floor. The location is excellent, the room space is sufficient, and the facilities such as toilet and bathtub are very new and clean. I didn't expect Osaka to have such a good hotel with good value for money.
4.5/5116 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
Very happy to recommend this mid-priced hotel. Helpful staff and the room was small but clean with some thoughtful additions (not enough room for a clothes rack but lots of hooks to hang things from). Location was great and dinner in the restaurant downstairs was the highlight. The rooftop area would be a lovely spot during the warmer months.
4.2/5102 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
For a single apartment, the front desk staff works from 10 am to 10 pm. Towels need to be changed. You need to take them to the front desk and the garbage will not help you clean up. According to GOOGLE navigation, get off at Nankai Railway Namba Station and walk for about 17 minutes. If you go to Nihonbashi Subway Station, about 15 minutes. Located in a residential area, the surroundings are quite quiet. The triple room is tatami-style, and there is a small terrace, which means that the room is smaller, which basically does not affect the action. However, I don't understand why there is an induction cooker in the room? And there is no cooking pot ...
4.2/5128 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda
It is about a 3-minute walk from Nakatsu Station on the Subway Midosuji Line. About 15 minutes from JR Osaka Station. The hotel was also distinctive and easy to understand. There are convenience stores around, and a food court along the Hankyu guard during the day. The furnishings in the room are old, but they are spacious and comfortable for the cost of accommodation. There is space between the bed and the desk, but it may be because it was a single. There is no trendy USB charging outlet, so you have to bring a charger. There are no special facilities, but there is a microwave on every other floor. It's a high cost hotel
3.8/575 Reviews
Tennoji
The north exit of Tennoji Temple will be able to walk right away, and the drug store and the whole family are all within a few steps downstairs. There is a full-length mirror in the room, as well as a small freezer and TV. There is a common washstand in the hallway (with a hair dryer). The shower room has a single room in addition to the large bathroom (I have not been to a large bathroom, always washing in a single room), and the bathroom is also a separate room in the hallway. The rooms are all password locks and change passwords every day. Very clean, the service is also very good, a person to live, I feel that this price is very affordable.
4.6/5142 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda
The old Westin Hotel is good, the location is near Umeda Station, and the hotel has a shuttle bus to and from Umeda Station, which is very convenient. The service was very attentive. The bellman also gave a detailed introduction to the room when checking in. The room only provided two bottles of mineral water for free. The swimming pool was also an extra charge. I did not experience the implementation of the supporting services of the five-star hotel, which was a bit disappointing. The room size is still large, the windows cannot be opened and there is no ventilation.
4.7/584 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
It is definitely recommended. Exit 12 of Namba Subway Station leads directly to hotel B1. There is a convenience store on the 1F and the hotel lobby on the 11th floor. The location is excellent, the room space is sufficient, and the facilities such as toilet and bathtub are very new and clean. I didn't expect Osaka to have such a good hotel with good value for money.
4.5/5116 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
Very happy to recommend this mid-priced hotel. Helpful staff and the room was small but clean with some thoughtful additions (not enough room for a clothes rack but lots of hooks to hang things from). Location was great and dinner in the restaurant downstairs was the highlight. The rooftop area would be a lovely spot during the warmer months.

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Guide for Travelling in Osaka

There are many discounted hotels on Trip.com. If you want to stay at the best hotel in Osaka, Trip.com is here to help! Osaka is a city with tons of tourist attractions. You'll never want to leave! While traveling to Japan, Osaka is one of the most popular destinations.

There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to Osaka using other means of transportation. JR Osaka Station is a large train station in Osaka. It's convenient to stay at a hotel in the nearby area.

There are 959 hotels in Osaka on Trip.com, including luxury, boutique, and budget hotels. Osaka has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 102 SGD. There are 16 five-star hotels in Osaka at an average price of 256 SGD per night. There are 45 four-star hotels in Osaka at an average price of 125 SGD per night. There are 248 three-star hotels in Osaka at an average price of 100 SGD per night. There are 222 two-star hotels in Osaka at an average price of 94 SGD per night. As a popular tourist city, Osaka has many renowned chain hotels. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Osaka, such as hotels under the Hilton brand. In Osaka, there are hotels under the Hilton brand. Travelers who favor this brand can choose to stay there to enjoy the luxury services provided by Hilton. A popular hotel in Osaka, Red Roof Plus Osaka Namba is also one of the highest rated. Many tourists also stay at Hotel Nikko Osaka.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Osaka, such as Kitashinchi, Osaka City Office. For short trips in Osaka, Nagai Park, Cosmo Square, Intex Osaka are all good options. The most famous attractions locally are Universal Studios Japan, Umeda, Shinsaibashi. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like Daimaru Shinsaibashi, Osaka Takashimaya to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 8.9°C during the day, 5.24°C at night

• April to June: 21.59°C during the day, 17.31°C at night

• July to September: 29.12°C during the day, 25.31°C at night

• October to December: 15.51°C during the day, 11.66°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 67.3 cm

• Summer: 153.9 cm

• Autumn: 143.1 cm

• Winter: 71.1 cm

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