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Hearton Hotel Shinsaibashi
4.5/5308 Reviews
Lovely hotel but was a bit small (hardly has space to open a luggage) and the air-conditioning can be a little noisy at times but nothing unbearable. Cozy room, pleasant staff, good house keeping, and sufficient amenities. They allow you to store your luggage with them after check out for the day which is great! For those who are tall, there is a step up to the bathroom (I have included pictures) so you will be quite close to the ceiling. In the tub I can easily touch the ceiling (I'm about 166cm in height).
Hotel Code Shinsaibashi
4.4/575 Reviews
Loved this hotel - got a twin room for affordable price and it was spacious by Japanese standards with a proper desk, shower + bath, separate toilet and sink which were very functional and convenient. The hotel overall is very modern, clean and comfortable, the staff are friendly and helpful. Not to forget the amazing prime location near Dotonbori and the shopping *****. Would definitely recommend and stay here again in the future :)
Hotel Hillarys Shinsaibashi
4.4/5346 Reviews
Hotel Hillary Shinsaibashi - Great location as very close to Dohtonburi, Shinsaibashi Metro train stop (around 8 mins walk), We booked family room with 2 x Double beds for a family of 4 (2A & 2C). (Biggest on the floor based on their floor plan) Rooms looks quite modern but just lack some space for luggage. However still considered as decent for Osaka compared to our last visit 5 years ago in Airbnb. Room is clean, amenities provided, bathrobe and towels also provided. Room cleaning not included and comes at an extra cost, however they will still come and replace the bin, towel and bathrobe fresh everyday as required. Will definitely consider to stay in this hotel again and will recommend this hotel to friends and family.
Hotel Nikko Osaka
4.6/51547 Reviews
The room was great as it is walking distance from shinsaibashi subway station. There are 2 timing of bus shuttle 7:05am and 3:05pm to Kansai International airport. It is not free as it cost 1600 yen per person. It can be purchased at the kiosk machine besides the check in counter. Walking distance to Daimaru where you can get sushi, Ramen, takoyaki etc at basement 1. Quite convenient overall
Hotel Kanade Shinsaibashi Osaka
3.6/53 Reviews
There are not many service staff, but people are very comfortable. The bathroom really wants other people to comment, wet and dry. Set of three bathrooms. Many hotels do not include breakfast and the breakfast is very comfortable. Especially the surrounding is full of shops, shopping is too convenient. 11 minutes from the subway.
Candeo Hotels Osaka Shinsaibashi
4.6/575 Reviews
Diamond location, 100 meters away from Dotonbori, Shinsaibashi, and Daimaru. The food choices are unbeatable, room service is on time every day, and the room layout is reasonable. The three-person executive room is highly recommended for a family of three. There are two convenience stores within 100 meters. Giving full marks is a must.

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Introduction to Osaka

Osaka, Japan's third-largest city, is a dynamic metropolis known for its modern architecture, lively nightlife, and hearty street food culture. It is located in the Kansai region on the main island of Honshu. Osaka's friendly locals and a myriad of attractions, including historic landmarks, theme parks, and shopping districts, provide a compelling contrast to Tokyo's hustle and bustle.

Tips for Travelling to Osaka

Osaka is served by two airports: Kansai International Airport and Itami Airport, with Kansai being the primary gateway for international travelers. The city has an excellent public transportation system, including JR trains, subways, and buses. Japan's famous bullet trains also connect Osaka with other major cities.

The official currency is the Japanese Yen (JPY), and while credit cards are widely accepted, it's worth carrying some cash for smaller establishments. The official language is Japanese, and while English is not commonly spoken by older locals, younger generations and service staff at tourist attractions usually have a good understanding.

Visa requirements for Japan vary depending on your country of origin, so always check in advance. Many countries enjoy visa-free access for short-term visits.

Popular Attractions in Osaka

Dotonbori is Osaka's entertainment heart, with its iconic Glico Man sign, an array of restaurants, and exciting street performances. A visit to Osaka Castle, one of Japan's most famous landmarks, is essential.

Universal Studios Japan, a popular theme park featuring Harry Potter World, is a favorite among families. Explore the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, one of the largest public aquariums in the world, or shop 'til you drop in the Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade.

Weather, Best Time to Visit, and What to Wear

Osaka experiences four distinct seasons. The spring (March-May) and fall (September-November) are the best times to visit, with pleasant temperatures and beautiful cherry blossoms or fall colors. Summers can be hot and humid, while winters are mild but chilly. Depending on the season of your visit, pack accordingly - light, breathable clothing for summer, and warm layers for winter.

Choosing Your Ideal Hotel in Osaka

Osaka offers a wide range of accommodations to suit different travel needs. If you're looking for luxury near attractions, the Intercontinental Osaka in Umeda or Conrad Osaka offer top-notch services and amenities. The Swissotel Nankai Osaka is conveniently located above Nankai Namba Station for easy transportation access.

Budget travelers might find Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka or Hearton Hotel Kitaumeda appealing. Instagrammers would love Hotel The Flag Shinsaibashi, recognized for its minimalist design and excellent location.

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