Noku Osaka Map, Address, Transportation & Nearest Stations and Airport

Landmarks
Noku Osaka
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Temma Betsuin Temple
0.12km
Zojirushi Corporation
0.17km
Takigawa Park
0.2km
Temma Kosho-ji Temple Gobo Monument
0.22km
Kawai Lantern
0.26km
Yasunari Kawabata Birthplace Monument
0.28km
Yonagado
0.29km
Yoriki Yakutakumon
0.3km
Osaka Tenmangu
0.35km

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The service is excellent. The breakfast is delicious. The scenery is extremely beautiful. It should be the best-decorated hotel in Osaka. The service attitude is enthusiastic. It is just too troublesome for minors to check in alone.
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Firstly nice hotel with magnificent view !! This is before all the problems begins !! First I book a deluxe double room and they told me they don’t have a deluxe double room !!! Then they claim deluxe double room means king bed ! Then why call it double room ?????? Secondly, almost got scammed at the breakfast. I was given 4 voucher for 4 nights and I asked the counter if I can use 2 voucher concurrently as I am with my wife. They replied ok. on that day, I presented two voucher to Cooka manager (I came with me and my wife) and they still issued me a invoice to pay for additional guest !! One voucher is for 1 guest and if I give 2 voucher, it is for 2 guest !! And they tried to charge me extra !!!!! Seriously, this is a scam !!!!!! After quarrelling for some time, the manager and another lady told me I have to pay for Tmr breakfast!!!! I was shocked !!! If I eat Tmr, then I pay for the break fast !!!! If I don’t eat, they expect me to pay for what ?? Outrageous Scam !!! Please see the picture attached !!! Cant believe I almost got scammed !!!
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