Check out the Incredible Marriott Hotels in Japan: Get Ready for an Unforgettable Stay!

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Marriott hotels Japan offers unparalleled hospitality, luxurious accommodations, and a seamless blend of contemporary design with traditional Japanese elements. With a strong presence in the most vibrant cities, each Marriott hotels Japan property provides an extraordinary experience for guests seeking comfort, convenience, and exceptional service.

Now, let us introduce the Marriott Hotels Japan located in five cities.👇

Hotel Name City Nearby attractions Highlights Guest Reviews
Tokyo Marriott Hotel Tokyo Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace, SHIBUYA SKY Airport shuttles to/from both Narita and Haneda airports are available 4.2/5 Very Good
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Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel Osaka Osaka Castle Park, Shinsekai, Tsutenkaku 360° views of the city from the panoramic view point on 58th floor 4.7/5 Amazing
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Nagasaki Marriott Hotel Nagasaki Mount Inasa, Glover Garden, Peace Park 200 metres from Nagasaki Station 5/5 Perfect
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Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel Nagoya Nagoya Castle, Osu Kannon, Oasis 21 Japanese Kyoto specialities can be enjoyed at restaurant Tsuruya. 4.7/5 Amazing
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Fairfield by Marriott Hokkaido Naganuma Hokkaido Salmon Hometown Chitose Aquarium, Yuni Garden, Rera Square Within a 15-minute drive of Yuni Garden and Chitose Outlet Mall Rera 4.3/5 Very Good
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In addition to that, we would like to introduce you to the exceptional Courtyard by Marriott in Japan. Courtyard by Marriott is a hotel brand under Marriott International Hotels Group. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Courtyard by Marriott Japan offers a comfortable and hassle-free stay with its strategically located hotels, modern design, outstanding service, and emphasis on guest well-being.

Hotel Name City Nearby attractions Highlights Guest Reviews
Courtyard Tokyo Station Tokyo Imperial Palace, Ginza, Tsukiji Market Just a 4-minute walking distance from Tokyo Station 4.2/5 Very Good
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Courtyard Tokyo Ginza Hotel Tokyo Shiodome area, Tokyo International Forum, Hamarikyu Garden The restaurant Ginza Muraki serves a variety of Japanese specialities 4.5/5 Great
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Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station Osaka Namban Culture Center, Kanzakigawa Park, Suita Castle Ruins 1-minute walk away from JR Shin-Osaka Station 4.6/5 Great
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Courtyard Osaka Honmachi Osaka Nanba Betsuin Temple, Asahi Seimei Hall, OSTEC Exhibition Hall with Nanba Betsuin Temple reachable within 700 metres 4.5/5 Great
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Courtyard Nagoya Nagoya Tsuruma Park, Tokugawa Garden, Tokugawa Art Museum Nagoya Station is 1.4 km away 4.6/5 Great
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Marriott Hotel Tokyo

As the bustling capital of Japan, Tokyo is home to Marriott hotel catering to different tastes and preferences. Marriott Tokyo provide easy access to iconic landmarks such as the Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace and SHIBUYA SKY, ensuring a memorable stay in this dynamic metropolis. Airport shuttles to/from both Narita and Haneda airports are available. Free shuttles from Shinagawa Station are also provided.

Marriott Hotel Osaka

Known as the "Kitchen of Japan" for its culinary delights, Osaka is a vibrant city that offers a mix of modern entertainment and cultural attractions. Marriott Osaka are strategically located near popular areas like Dotonbori, a bustling street known for its delicious street food and vibrant nightlife. Guests can enjoy 360 degree views of the city from the panoramic view point on the 58th floor.

Marriott Hotel Nagasaki

Nestled on the southwestern coast of Japan, Nagasaki boasts a unique blend of Japanese and Western influences due to its historical significance as a major port city. Marriott Nagasaki offer stunning views of the harbor. Nagasaki Marriott Hotel is situated 200 metres from Nagasaki Station and less than 1 km from Nagasaki Museum of History.

Marriott Hotel Nagoya

Situated in the heart of Japan, Nagoya is a city renowned for its craftsmanship, technological advancements, and vibrant cultural scene. Marriott Nagoya provide easy access to the city's landmarks, including the iconic Nagoya Castle, Atsuta Shrine, and the vibrant shopping district of Sakae. Japanese Kyoto specialities can be enjoyed at restaurant Tsuruya.

Marriott Hotel Hokkaido

Escape to the serene Fairfield By Marriott Hokkaido Naganuma, nestled a short drive from Yuni Garden and Chitose Outlet Mall Rera. Indulge in the comfort of modern guestrooms with flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi. With free self-parking and a 24-hour front desk, your stay near Sapporo Dome and the vibrant Tanukikoji Shopping Street promises both relaxation and adventure.

Other recommended Marriott group hotels in Korea.👇

Hotel Name Location Nearby attractions Highlights Guest Reviews
JW Marriott Hotel Seoul 176 Sinbanpo-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 06546, South Korea Coreana Art & Culture Complex, D Project Space, Horim Museum Sinsa Airport pick-up and drop-off service are available upon prior arrangement 4.5/5 Great
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Josun Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seoul Gangnam 231 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 06142, South Korea Hannam Bridge, Patriot Yun Bong-Gil Memorial Museum, Seoul Arts Center Restaurant serving American, Cantonese and Chinese cuisine and vegetarian option can also be requested. 4.7/5 Amazing
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RYSE, Autograph Collection Seoul by Marriott 130 Yanghwa-ro, RYSE, Autograph Collection, Mapo-gu, Seoul, 04038, South Korea Yanghwa Hangang Park, Mapo Bridge, Seoul Energy Dream Center In the evenings, guests can enjoy music and alcoholic drinks at Side Note Club 4.7/5 Amazing
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The Plaza Seoul, Autograph Collection 119 Sogong-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, 04525, South Korea Ilmin Museum of Art, Art Center Nabi, Statue of Admiral Yi Sun-Sin A 2-minute walk from City Hall Station 4.6/5 Great
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Frequently Asked Questions about Marriott Hotels Japan

  • What's difference between marriott and JW marriott?

    Marriott and JW Marriott are both hotel brands owned by Marriott International, but they cater to slightly different target markets. Marriott hotels are generally aimed at the mid-range, business, and leisure travelers, offering comfortable accommodations and a range of amenities at an affordable price. JW Marriott, on the other hand, is positioned as a luxury brand, targeting high-end clientele seeking an elevated experience with upscale services and amenities.
  • What is the best area to stay in Japan?

    The best area to stay in Japan depends on individual preferences and interests. Some popular areas to consider are: 1. Tokyo: The capital city offers a mix of modern and traditional attractions, shopping, dining, and entertainment options. 2. Kyoto: Known for its historic sites, temples, and traditional Japanese culture, Kyoto is a popular choice to experience traditional Japan. 3. Osaka: This vibrant city is famous for its street food, vibrant nightlife, and Universal Studios Japan.
  • What hotel chains are a part of Marriott?

    Some hotel chains that are a part of Marriott include: 1. Marriott Hotels & Resorts 2. JW Marriott 3. The Ritz-Carlton 4. Sheraton Hotels and Resorts 5. Renaissance Hotels 6. Westin Hotels & Resorts 7. Le Méridien 8. Courtyard by Marriott 9. Fairfield by Marriott 10. Residence Inn by Marriott 11. Sheraton Hotels and Resorts 12. Delta Hotels 13. SpringHill Suites by Marriott 14. TownePlace Suites by Marriott 15. Moxy Hotels These are just a few examples, as Marriott has a large portfolio of brands and properties worldwide.
  • How many hotels does marriott have in Japan?

    Marriott has 54 hotels in Japan. However, please note that this number may vary as new hotels open or existing ones undergo changes.
  • How much would a Marriott hotel cost in japan?

    The cost of a Marriott hotel in Japan can vary depending on various factors such as the location, time of year, and the specific Marriott brand. On average, a standard room in a Marriott hotel in Japan can range from around 15,000 to 40,000 Japanese Yen per night (approximately $140 to $380 USD). However, rates can be higher in popular tourist destinations or during peak seasons. It's recommended to check the Marriott website or contact the specific hotel for accurate and up-to-date pricing.
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4.7/5Outstanding28 Reviews
6 Chome-14-10 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo, Japan
The hotel is super well located in Ginza. You are close to the subway making it a breeze to get anywhere in Tokyo. The staff are friendly and helpful and the room is super clean BUT the rooms are rundown, dark and old. They are in desperate need of a remodel and there's signs all over the place that they will close in May for a remodel. Staff were friendly and helpful. My only complaint was that one day I left at around 8 am and came back at 3 pm and housekeeping had not stopped by. When I called I was told housekeeping stops working at 4 pm and they needed an hour to clean the room, I had requested housekeeping in the morning and no one could tell me why they hadn't come earlier. Since I had to get ready for the an event at Ariake Arena I did not have housekeeping done that day but they gave me fresh towels. I booked my trip last minute and this was one of the only options left with Marriot the didnt cost $500 a night. But I wont be staying here again.

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4.6/5Outstanding172 Reviews
2 Chome-3-7 Minamihonmachi, Osaka, Japan
location is right in front of the subway station and very convenient to go anywhere since there are 2 subway stations near by the hotel. However, if you wanna go to city centre like namba/umeda, u can walk but may still need to take subway. (I choose this hotel after considering with a hotel in Namba since I thought I could find more local restaurants, but actually many places closed early...) Overall service are great, but would be better for trainee to do the check-in process with a senior staff since it took a longer process than normal and made a few mistakes although she was super kind. Staffs are all nice and very helpful! Facilities are so clean and the public bath is also good to try!

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4.5/5Excellent98 Reviews
1 Chome-2-70 Miyahara, Osaka, Japan
The hotel is located just right beside the Shin Osaka station. Walk towards the central exit and you will see the north exit which is where the McDonalds is. The hotel is right beside that particular exit. Room is pretty big with Marriott standard of housekeeping. However the staff at the reception aren’t too friendly especially when enquiries are made at night. No express train rides to Kansai airport unlike from Umeda/Namba, so we paid $30SGD per pax extra to head to the airport. Great stay nevertheless. Thanks!

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4.8/5Outstanding40 Reviews
1 Chome-4-1 Mita, Tokyo, Japan
Great, well managed hotel in the Ebisu district of Tokyo. I was here for three nights before flying home. As mentioned turn right after you exit the JR train station and walk all the way down through the tunnel to the hotel. I really like the the outdoor mall at the Yebisu Garden Place with it’s unbelievable food court. This place should win an award for a urban outdoor development with book stores, coffee bars , high end restaurants, hotel and train station. If I’m traveling with my wife I would stay here. If I m traveling with my teenage kids I would stay at the Hyatt in Shinjuku as it is closer to the action. I loved the 17th floor executive lounge for afternoon snacks and drinks . But I preferred the lobby lounge for breakfast as it had a better selection of items. I would not however pay $130 extra for the lounge. The rooms were very nice . I was so impressed with how clean the rooms and lobby were maintained. This is a world class hotel in the upper price range.

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5 star

4.6/5Outstanding281 Reviews
Central Tokyo Tokyo|2.87km from city center
Absolutely top-notch service although the hotel is a bit old but they maintain the whole environment as if you were arriving at a brand new opening hotel in 70s. Almost as if you were walking through the history of time where the service is still at its excellency. It’s amazing! Those elderly women who work as janitor is also super professional. It seems like they work there since the hotel opening. Super nice Buffett and a great ambience of miniature garden in the center of hotel hallway. It’s merely a great experience staying here!
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4.7/5Outstanding459 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji Tokyo|0.66km from city center
Very nice stay, staff are nice but it would be better if they could speak a bit more English.
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4.5/5Excellent508 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area Tokyo|2.04km from city center
A very nice hotel, the room view was amazing, with direct access to the monorail station, and connected with a small mall where you can find a Convenience store & other shops
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4.6/5Outstanding1847 Reviews
Suidobashi/Tokyo Dome Tokyo|3.75km from city center
This was a decent stay. The only complaints are that the lobby toilet was a bit unclean and there was always a long wait for the elevator. Also the room carpet was covered in lint balla but otherwise it was a clean room. The bed was comfortable. The view from the room was good. Location is great. The selection at the breakfast buffet was varied and it was tasty.
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4.6/5Outstanding430 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area Tokyo|2.41km from city center
We stayed for 4 nights at this hotel. The location of the hotel was perfect as it was right next to the Tokyo tower so the view was beautiful at night. The hotel is also less than 10 minutes away from 2 metro stations so travelling around the city was convenient. The room size was big so we slept comfortably as a family of 3. The toilet was also big with a modern set-up which we liked - will definitely stay here again.
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4.3/5Excellent138 Reviews
Akasaka Tokyo|2.21km from city center
The hotel is very cosmopolitan the clienteles are mostly international. The service is excellent and the view is fantastic on a clear Day you can see Mount Fuji. The breakfast buffet is good but he’s too busy for my liking.
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4.3/5Excellent669 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji Tokyo|0.29km from city center
Location is really convenient, close to train and many good restaurants nearby! There’s also a few convenient stores nearby! Room wise is really small but gets cosy. Although they do clear your rubbish, change your towels and toothbrushes daily, they don’t clean anything else. We did indicate for room cleaning a couple times but the floor was still dirty and there were hairs in the toilet floor. Reception staff was friendly and helpful. They do provide a variety of amenities that need to be taken from the reception lvl. On the room floors, they do provide water and ice dispensers. Overall, a good hotel 👍🏼
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4.6/5Outstanding422 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji Tokyo|0.49km from city center
Very convenient in location. The room is clean n big and able to offer 3 beds for my kids. Very suitable for a family of 5. Staff are friendly n helpful.
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4.5/5Excellent678 Reviews
Tokyo Tower Area Tokyo|2.05km from city center
Hotel sets the entire building to Heat or Cool, my room on 10th floor was very warm 79F/26C, and the thermostat in the room when set below 25C wouldn’t even come on? Called front desk and they said in March it is heat only?? I’ve stayed in a 2 star Holiday that lets you set your own temp in the room, pretty ridiculous. They sent up a fan, it helped slightly, but still slept terribly. The window in the room had a screw in the slide, so you could open the window to let fresh air in maybe an inch, I’m sure so people won’t fall out of window, I think 6-8 inches would’ve still been safe. Overall, just a terrible experience, Won’t ever stay here again!
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4.4/5Excellent314 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji Tokyo|0.34km from city center
I absolutely adore this hotel! It’s in a great location in Ginza about a 15 minute walk from all of the major attractions within Ginza. It also has a lot of great restaurants around and has easy access to the metro, buses and the airport bus. I was also very happy with the hotel staff as they were so helpful with anything I needed. The room was still quite small considering it’s a Tokyo however, the lobby spaces nice and big so you could go and relax there and enjoy a lot of free refreshment, such as coffee or tea. I would definitely stay at this hotel again.
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4.6/5Outstanding310 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi Tokyo|0.99km from city center
It's close to Tokyo Station and equipped with a hot sping! What more can a tired traveler want. To be honest, I was a little disappointed because the public bath was very small therefore CROWDED. Proximity of shower area and pool was too close for comfort. But the room are TINY. A double room is actually for 1 person. You can tell the facilities are a little aged, however, they really keep the rooms in TIP TOP CLEANLINESS!! However, it would be nicer if they provide complimentary bottles water in the rom for the guests. As for service, the Staffs are polite.
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4.5/5Excellent560 Reviews
Central Tokyo Tokyo|2.61km from city center
Situated nicely between two subway stations and a few convenience store options (one directly opposite). Extremely pleasant environment next to a middle school, and room was very comfortable. Minor caveat is the tv didn't have many channels or non Japanese options.
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4.5/5Excellent251 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji Tokyo|0.31km from city center
We felt that this hotel was centrally located in Ginza and we had quick access to a lot of the shopping and attractions nearby either by walking or using the metro. The hotel is surrounded by good restaurants and convenience stores. The check in was smooth but our room was not available until 4 pm. They do offer luggage storage in the lobby and will deliver luggage to the rooms. The lobby offers a light breakfast (for a fee), a welcome coffee in the morning and they have a spring water fountain that dispenses cold water. There is also a spot in the lobby where you can grab your toiletries for your room or items for the onsen room like the yukata. There is also a pillow selection area and it might be worth getting here promptly because once they're gone they are gone! The rooms were comfy and quiet. We booked a run of the house and although our bag was originally marked to be delivered to a bigger room we got a much more compact one. We didn't mind as we had gambled when we made the choice and saved a bit because we did. The room had a large TV, a small work station and a very small bathroom. The room was still well equipped and we had a kettle, mini fridge, air purifier/humidifier, fabric freshener, spots to hang our clothes and enough room to put our large luggage without it being in the way. The bed was very comfy and we felt we got a good night's rest. The room also had good WiFi and a number of outlets including a few USB plug ins. The room had a tablet which was kind of gimmicky but could control the lights, AC or heat and the TV. There were some videos on demand including some adult content. I spent more time than I felt I should trying to figure out how to screencast and ultimately was not able to. There is an option to select a language on the tablet but some instructions are only in Japanese. We played with the tablet a bit the first night but it wasn't really needed to enjoy the room. We thought it was funny that we only got one long pillow and each day they offered one bottle of water despite the double occupancy.bit is worth while getting the pillow selection and without it we aren't sure how we would have slept. We felt for a hotel that calls itself ”premier” the one pillow and one bottle was off. The onsen for men was on the second floor and women were on the third floor. The men require no code but the women's code changes daily and you have to pick up the code from the front desk each day. They have shampoo, conditioner and body/face wash and the onsen is pretty clean but on the smaller side. Each time I went there were 4 men in the soaking bath and that is pretty much the limit. There isn't water in the onsen area but there is a vending machine and water dispenser in the hallway. The women's onsen was not as busy according to my wife but she did note there were guests that weren't aware they should have quiet conversations or none at all. There are lockers provided in the change room and clips to put on your sandals to mark them. There are no towels or wash cloths here though and you have to bring the towels from your room and the cloths can be picked up in the lobby. The laundry area was normally available and they have two washers and two dryers. It takes about half an hour each to wash and dry and they provide laundry detergent. They could use some English signage in the laundry area as it seems some people weren't sure how to use the machines like how to start or that they needed to empty the dryer lint. Each time I used the laundry machine I removed about a quarter inch of lint from the screen which shows that they aren't being properly maintained. The hotel only offers room service to rooms if you put a room service magnet on the door before 11 am. When the magnet is hung it is cleaned well and they replace the towels and bring you your one bottle.
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4.7/5Outstanding80 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi Tokyo|1.83km from city center
I have to say I was excited and looked forward to my stay. At the end. I don’t think it was worth it. And it was because of what Hoshinoya Tokyo is, it is a ryokan, not a hotel, and it is a Japanese chain. It was not imbued with the spirit of providing utmost comfort and pampering to its guest. It is more focused on the onsen, the Japanese culture, and the provision of daily meals. 

It is not where you should stay to hear a lot of Yes. No concierge service, so they won’t help you get a reservation because they provide meals in the ryokan (which hotel doesn’t?). No early check in or courtesy late check out. If you want to check out late, it’s 9,000 JPY per hour - even when it doesn’t cost the hotel anything. No currency exchange service. If you want to order meals, you have to place the order the day before. No bathrobe provided, and when asked, first they said they didn’t have them, then they provided but warned me I should only wear them inside the room (I don’t remember a time in my life when I wore bathrobe walking around any hotel), and that since the quantity was limited, they would not change the bathrobe during my stay - it all sounded like a conversation I would have with my school principal, one that was not so friendly.

The fancy picture of the centerpiece which flooded Instagram was one place on the hallway, first floor, where we took off our shoes before entering the hotel. Reception is on the second floor, and the interior was a mixed in style, I don’t know how to call it. It was dated and furnished with uncomfortable sofas and chairs. We and other guests were not allowed to checked in until 3 pm (regardless whether a room was available) so we could see several parties, some with small children hanging out on those sofas like at a train station. Not all of us can time our flight to arrive at the hotel at exactly 3 pm, so it was a tiresome wait during which we were provided with one cup of tea per person the whole time. After that long wait, the welcome ritual with snacks at the lounge on our floor became quite pointless. We already did not feel welcomed. Service at Hoshinoya Tokyo was also not great and definitely not 5 star. As a guest pointed out, it’s difficult to get to the entrance via taxi. The basement entrance was dark. Room cleaning was not reliable - we left the room for 3 hours in the morning, came back at 1 pm and the room was not cleaned. But if you stayed in (which well, what you are supposed to do at a ryokan), they wouldn’t go in to clean or even asked if you wanted the room to be cleaned. On such a day, I asked if I could get new towels when we left for dinner, the staff said yes, but nothing happened when we came back and no follow up call to let us know why. There’s no view from our room (executive room at the corner). The hotel is surrounded by other taller buildings. When we opened the window screen, we could see people from the other building office and they could see us. It’s all grayish. 

 Staying at a ry
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4.6/5Outstanding125 Reviews
Central Tokyo Tokyo|3.01km from city center
This was our second trip to Japan within the past 5 years. Previously, we stayed at a budget hotel which was cramped and small compared to American hotels. For this reason, we decided to splurge and I'm so glad we did. Splurge on the deluxe room if you value space and comfort. It not only made a huge difference, but it made our stay even better. The deluxe room comes with a walk- in closet, huge bathroom, and the room itself was big enough for a King bed and sitting area with a couch and chair. The staff provided excellent customer service at all times. The hotel is not that close to a train station so be wary of that, especially if you have heavy luggage. Also, this hotel is huge and navigating it takes time before you know where to go and how to get to the area's local restaurants and train stations. The hotel grounds have a beautiful Japanese garden with waterfall which rivals some parks. The only criticism I have about our stay is dining. As do all hotels, this one charges a huge price to dine on-site. You have access to local restaurants that are within walking distance for half the price. If you want to save money do a little research online and dine off-site. There are plenty of options around the area.
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4.6/5Outstanding545 Reviews
Tokyo Station/Nihonbashi Tokyo|2.06km from city center
The location is good with lots of food places and convenience stores available near the hotel. Service attitude was alright but could be better for one of the duty manager. Typical Japanese business hotel - Room was small so if you’re bringing the large size luggage, do take note of it. Daily room clean up comes with fresh set of clothes (plus size may not be able to fit into the top) everyday so didn’t had to wear my own sleepwear and they will leave reminder on the door if you have not requested to change your bed linen for more than 2 days. The TV has limited English channels and not a smart tv so you can’t cast to screen and watch your show… but you get to see the status of washing machine if you’re thinking of doing laundry at any point in time of the trip. (¥500 for 120 min washing and drying of clothes (regular load), ¥400 for 80 min washing and drying of clothes (small load), ¥100 for 30 min of drying) Toilet seat was heated and comes with bidet so it’s good, especially in cold weather. Separate bathtub and shower area from the toilet and it comes with a little stool for you to sit when showering like true Japanese style. Check in and check out was smooth and efficient. You can store your luggages with them before check in and after check out if your flight is still a while away. There’s an area at L2 for refreshment and disposables like tea and coffee, toothbrush and toothpaste etc but no bottled water available in the room. Overall - will recommend
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4.3/5Excellent235 Reviews
Ginza/Tsukiji Tokyo|0.49km from city center
The room, albeit compact, maintains a tidy appearance. However, guests staying at lower levels may experience discomfort due to audible traffic noise from the adjacent main road. Only accommodations on higher floors offer a ”city view”; otherwise, the perspective is predominantly of the road. The location is commendable but not without its drawbacks. It necessitates a roughly 10-minute walk from the nearest metro station to the hotel. Despite this, the station's convenience facilitates swift access to various city areas. The vicinity of Ginza lacks a significant presence of chain restaurants, leading to a scenario where dining options tend to be premium-priced. The service quality is noteworthy, with staff proficient in English, enhancing the guest experience. A notable service includes the willingness to store luggage for a few hours post-checkout, adding to the convenience. Regarding amenities, the hotel's offerings are somewhat restricted, with the absence of microwaves and coin-operated laundry machines being notable limitations.
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4.6/5Outstanding372 Reviews
Ueno/Asakusa Tokyo|5.55km from city center
Being just next to the Senso-ji temple definitely makes this one of the more reasonable hotel options price wise. Staff are generally friendly, although I've had a much friendlier experiences in other smaller cities near Tokyo. Complimentary ramen during supper time is also a plus, although the taste is average. Many tourists from China and South Korea even during non peak periods, so do not be surprised if the hotel is not as clean as other cities with lesser tourists. Also be sure to book the room EXACTLY for how many guests are staying. I booked a 2 person room for 3 (as 3 people rooms were fully booked during my time there), and it was way too small. The front desk also didn't seem to happy about this arrangement when they found out, so do book correctly if possible. The hot spring at the basement was decent, and the black colour supposedly herbal hot pool was interesting. Although I felt itchy after using it, which my family members also felt the same, so the cleanliness of the pool might be questionable. Otherwise, there is also a hot tub and cold tub which looked clean. Still, the complimentary ice cream (during afternoon/night) and yakult (in the morning) are plus points, but then again a typical feature of Dormy hotels. Overall, a decent hotel especially if you want to be near the more famous tourist attractions in Asakusa, but will probably try to find better and cheaper hotels for subsequent visits to Tokyo.
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5 star

4.5/5Excellent487 Reviews
Nakanoshima Osaka|1.42km from city center
Very expensive but God damn, they really do be hiring people that speak either English or Chinese together with Japanese! And oh my, there are just so so many staff that do! Whether that be front desk, or even housekeeping! The only ones that really don't are the ones in the restaurants or in Melissa (where they sell bread and other good food!) Or the mall downstairs! The dessert lounge weren't too friendly either but they all seem to be extensions of the hotel! Overall, great experience except for the fact that the rooms are indeed tiny and compact cause that's what we booked after all - but aside from that, all the amenities were great, toilet was big and movable in and you really have anything and everything you need already there! Only issue is maybe that some things here are pretty outdated though it's a 5 star hotel! But overall its truly worth the price though I don't reccomend staying all the time unless you wanna burn a hole in your pocket heh! But one great thing is that they are truly commendable in terms of holding events and catering to hundreds of guests for the really really big ballrooms. That's a huge plus.
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4.5/5Excellent1041 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.76km from city center
Stayed there for 3 nights when we are in Osaka. It is easy access from the Osaka Metro red line station M18 (exit 2). There are lifts to reach the Metro platform and the ground so it's convinient for you if you travel with luggages. Obviously it locates in the business area but there are a few family mart/7-11 stores around the hotel along with some small restaurant/noodle house. Not so crowded in the area. If you book without free breadfast, I suggest to go to the coffee house-Detour in the ground level of the building (it is not belong to the hotel). It's resonably priced. Will consider this hotel if we are back to Osaka in the future.
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4.4/5Excellent1393 Reviews
Uehommachi/Tennoji/Southern Osaka Osaka|3.56km from city center
The location is perfect for enjoying the city and also for catching a metro/train to other areas to explore. The staff were excellent and the breakfast was good enough - but to stop serving at 9:30 am on a Sunday, does seem odd. The rooms are clean and well maintained and everything was satisfactory. Thanks to the team for helping me find my iPad, much appreciated.
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4.6/5Outstanding1003 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Namba/Yotsubashi Osaka|3.29km from city center
Fantastic location just above Namba station n connected to train station. Very prompt check in and staff is very helpful n professional. My request to send luggage from Osaka to Tokyo is done properly even though I only reach Tokyo like 10 days later. The concierge is extremely helpful n gave a lot of information. Special thanks to Fran, a young European lady staff who assisted us. I will always stay here in Osaka. The park behind hotel is also beautiful at night.
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4.7/5Outstanding369 Reviews
Umeda Osaka|1.58km from city center
My family has a good experience with the service and location. It's unfortunate that they're planning to remove the in-room washing machine, which could be a drawback for future stays. Hopefully, they consider replacing it with an alternative amenity.
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4.5/5Excellent277 Reviews
Umeda Osaka|0.89km from city center
A very nice hotel. Clean and good location. Room is spacious, especially for those travelling with children. Staff is friendly, and have good understanding of english (i dont speak jap at all)
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4.6/5Outstanding754 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.37km from city center
The room is slightly smaller for three people with six luggage. Also, there are stuff who don’t understand English. However, it is overall a pleasant stay!
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4.4/5Excellent824 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.6km from city center
Great location and comfy room for one person. Everything that I needed for 3 days stay in Osaka. The only thing I found a bit odd was that room had only 2 eletrical outlets so I had to charge my phone close to myself and my watch in the bathroom. Because I needed my power bank and laptop as well I had them to charge later on when I would leave hotel. Breakfast was nice , here are some pictures so you can check it.
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4.4/5Excellent326 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|1.09km from city center
The security measures in the hotel were good (keycard to activate lift / locking of entrance from 3-5am). Room had nice decor and was clean. Bathroom was slightly smaller than expected. They also gave free drinks between 3-9pm in the lounge.
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4.3/5Excellent1510 Reviews
Umeda Osaka|1.31km from city center
Most recommendable hotel in Osaka for foreign tourists! So worth the money! Accessible (I mean literally just few walks away) from everything. Subway, Limousine bus to Airport, sightseeing places, food store/restaurants(name it), shopping mall, Donquixote, Daiso, GU, and many other most visited stores.
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4.5/5Excellent570 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.52km from city center
Hey! Hotel Monterey Group is a place that we love to stay here in Japan. The amenities, the staff and the place itself are awesome. We stayed on Feb 2-4, 2024 and now back again staying for another 2 nights Feb 8-10 before heading back to our country. Highly recommended. The hotel is near to your go to restos.
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4.5/5Excellent1620 Reviews
Umeda Osaka|1.03km from city center
Smallish room as expected of Japanese hotels, but the fantastic location right above the train station made up for it. Best location to travel to Usj, dotonbori and osaka aquarium. Didn’t opt for hotel breakfast as there are many combinis to buy food from.
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4.4/5Excellent2094 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Namba/Yotsubashi Osaka|2.48km from city center
We loved the location of this hotel as we were surrounded by metro line choices and proximity to both Osaka and Shin-Osaka train station (2 and 4 stops away respectively). It matched up with our itinerary as we made Osaka our base for exploring and went to Universal Studios, Kyoto and Nara for day trips and it all seemed relatively convenient from here. When we arrived our room was ready and they allowed us to check in 30 minutes early. The hotel has some extra toiletries in the lobby but the room was pretty well equipped. The lobby area also has a restaurant that serves both an affordable ramen dinner and a buffet breakfast. The breakfast is absolutely worth it here and if you don't book it with your stay, it is a steal at 1200 yen per adult. The breakfast has a good combination of gyoza dumplings, chicken dishes, tempura, Japanese soups and a salad station. The lobby restaurant also has a refreshment station where you can get coffee, water, green tea or pop 24/7. The room was very comfy and quiet and was a little bit bigger than most rooms we stayed in. We got a good night's rest here and felt ready to explore each day. The bathroom was a bit small and my head was nearly hitting the ceiling in the shower but great pressure and easily adjustable temperature. The toiletries provided were good quality too. The room had a kettle, mini fridge, large TV, an air purifier and a work station. The hotel is very close to Dotonbori area but far enough away that it is quiet. The whole area outside is a little messy with many tourists leaving their garbage wherever. We were here during the Japanese New Year celebrations so many restaurants were closed but there were still plenty of options nearby.
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4.7/5Outstanding880 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Namba/Yotsubashi Osaka|3.53km from city center
Location of hotel was great, walkable distance to Namba Station and Dotonbori Street. Room size was also bigger than a typical Japan hotel and much more comfortable for a couple as well. We received a free upgrade to a room with a kitchenette, thank you for the amazing hospitality!
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4.5/5Excellent251 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.49km from city center
Loved the location, comfortable and away from the buzz yet still close enough - 2 metro stops away from Shinsaibashi and 1 metro stop away from Umeda. Seems to be in the heart of a central district area so it’s super easy to find coffee and food, convenience stores are nearby. Great aesthetics, which drawn me to book my stay and it is 100% accurate on the exterior to the interiors, lobby and room included. Bonus: in-house onsen! Best to do it in the morning before start of the day or after a long day exploring the city. Breakfast was simple and great, despite the small space, they manage to maximise the food selection catering to international and local breakfast selection Will choose to stay here again, hopefully maintenance goes well here!
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4.7/5Outstanding589 Reviews
Osaka Bay Osaka|7.3km from city center
What more could a theme park enthusiast like me ask for? I have the most perfect view of Super Nintendo world and it is just outside my room’s window! Night view aside, the hotel offers a wide array of services, and there is even a public hot spring for their guests to enjoy! Imagine this, after having to queue for hours for the rides at USJ, soaking in the hot spring is the perfect way to end your day. Furthermore for those of you who have missed a couple of merchandise at USJ, fret not, as right at the hotel lobby there’s a USJ store as well! Not to mention, the staff is extremely helpful and friendly which really makes the whole experience a memorable one. Will definitely be back when I’m visiting USJ for my next vacation.
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4.1/5Very Good675 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Namba/Yotsubashi Osaka|4.88km from city center
Great location !! Great place !! Closely JR Shin imamiya station 🚉 First time in Osaka-Japan, I understand receptionist is not a good speak English but they is not worry due to my is same not a good English hahaha 😅 but I can understand you ^^ The room 910 look renovation at 9 floor right!! And good view to see train railway 🚃 However I feel so sad about 10 floor is under construction for public onsen 😭 as you know, I select your hotel because it have public onsen for relaxing after walks around Osaka travelling
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4.6/5Outstanding283 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.57km from city center
The new brand hotel of the Palace Hotel opened in July, so I was able to stay at a good price using GoTo. The location is just outside Dojima underground street. It is located in the south of Kita Shinchi, but the service was good and I was able to stay with peace of mind. The corner studio of 32 square meters stayed. There is a bathtub and shower booth in the space like home called rug in the flooring, and it feels compact. However, when you take a shower, the powder area is flooded, and the bath is rounded from the room? All the towels were very soft and good with imabari towels. There is a restaurant and room 001 on the second floor, coin laundry, vending machine, coffee machine and microwave oven, and shoe shine service and free puff service It was a very calm space. I didn't use the restaurant this time, but I was worried about the space that I saw a little and was very nice. depends on the price, it is a hotel that I want to stay again.
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