Hotels in Osaka Reviews

4.8/5Outstanding1573 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda
High recommend this hotel, Ritz Carlton Osaka made an great experience during my entire trip in Japan. I stayed in Tokyo Hilton, Osaka Ritz and Naha Hyatt, and no doubt Ritz got the top prize. The FO staff was friendly and room was large and fully equipped, and breakfast buffet was tiny but the food quality was high standard, the omelette with fully sliced truffle on the top of it, and hardly image that they don't ask additional charge for that, it was insane but awesome!!! ???
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FromUS$376.00
4.8/5Outstanding848 Reviews
Tennoji
The hotel is 7 minute walk from Tennoji station. The arcade on the 4th floor was fantastic. The breakfast was awesoooome and the room itself is very clean and it has all the things you might need. I will definitely going back!
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FromUS$71.00
4.8/5Outstanding972 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
everything is good except there is no mirror?and also cannot be later check out?
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FromUS$397.00
4.9/5Perfect408 Reviews
Nakanoshima
The hotel staff is very warm and friendly, and very attentive. On the first floor, there is a staff member to register the name. On the 40th floor, the check-in registration form is ready. The luggage is also delivered to the room. After check-in, someone will be sent to the room. Introduce the equipment in the room. Health cleaners volunteered to provide us with ice buckets, very careful. Hotel location is also very convenient, not far from the subway station, go underground to go to Feihouqiao Station, the airport bus station is also very close, take a taxi to the New Hankyu Hotel Airport bus about ten minutes, but the nearest should be hebis Airport bus point. Take a taxi to Takashimaya for about a hundred yuan. Hotel hygiene is very good compared to the other five stars, but the sheets have other people's hair or small stains, and the hair dryer is not good, almost bad feeling, the wind is low and the heat is low. There are several restaurants on the first floor of the hotel. Individuals like the soba noodles on the first floor. The soup base is very good. The overall experience of this stay is very good, and I will choose it next time.
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FromUS$400.00
4.8/5Outstanding1795 Reviews
Shinsaibashi/Nanba
neat and tidy roomI liked the hearton slippers, and there are ordinary ones for you to choose as wellonly 30 second walk to mtr
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FromUS$29.00
4.8/5Outstanding2380 Reviews
Osaka Port/USJ
Location is the main plus point being closest hotel to USJ but damn expensive especially considering you need to pay full price even for six years old kid. However at same room size they put extra bed making tiny open space in room. I will repeat, damn expensive without even breakfast, compared to 3-4 other hotels within 10-30 meter distance. Location is the best
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FromUS$91.00

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Osaka Hotel Guide

Osaka is located in the Kansai region of Japan and the starting point for most travel routes in the area. As one of the main cities in Japan, Osaka is close to the ancient capital Kyoto as well as the city of Nara. While Osaka is often underestimated by tourists and is often simply considered a place for transit and shopping, it has much more to offer tourists.

As a travel destination, Osaka has a lot of highlights: shopping, food, family travel, cityscapes, classical architecture, and so on. Osaka is home to many high-rise buildings and uniquely designed neighborhoods, as well as highly-developed commerce and fascinating night scenery. These elements, combined with the traditional Japanese style that Osaka still maintains, have created a unique modern Japanese city.

Osaka is well known for offering a variety of unique foods. From Dōtonbori Food Street, which includes gourmet restaurants and snack bars, to the Kuromon Ichiba, diners can always find something great to eat. As an international city, Osaka is also one of the best destinations to find different styles of cuisine. Osaka has various shopping districts filled with shopping malls and blocks. Some of the most popular places for tourists are around Osaka Station and the Umeda area, and the Shinsaibashisuji Shopping Street which includes the area around Namba.

The shopping districts are also close to the popular area for hotels in Osaka. Universal Studios Japan is an important tourist attraction in Osaka and many tourists come for the sole reason of visiting it. The only Harry Potter theme park in Asia is here and it attracts millions of Harry Potter fans each year. During Halloween, Christmas, and New Year's Eve, a lot of themed activities are held as well. Universal Studios also has a dedicated area for younger children, while the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan and the Legoland are ideal for family trips.

Osaka is located in the north temperate zone. It has a subtropical oceanic monsoon climate and is warm all year round, making it great for sightseeing. The best time to visit is spring and autumn when the weather is mild, though flight prices are known to increase in the spring. Cherry blossoms can be found in parks and on both sides of the river during the spring in Osaka. Osaka's most famous cherry blossom spot, Japan Mint, is worth checking out during this time as well. Summer is the liveliest time in Osaka. Flowers in the Expo Commemoration Park and the Osaka Maishima Lily Garden are in full bloom, and in July and August, the Naniwa Yodogawa Fireworks Festival and Tenjin Matsuri Fireworks Festival are held, which attract many local people and visitors. Autumn is also a good time to travel to Osaka. The ginkgo leaves on both sides of the street turn yellow and float in the wind throughout the entire city. If you walk around buildings such as the Osaka City Central Public Hall, Osaka City Hall, and the Nakanoshima Library during this period, you will surely enjoy different scenery as the past. The red leaves in the countryside are also not to be missed. Winter temperatures are not very low in Osaka and it rarely snows. At the end of the year, major shopping malls carry out various discount and promotion activities, making it the best time for shopping. The city’s streets and squares are adorned with a variety of fascinating lights. Various Christmas and New Year events are held at attractions such as the Osaka Port, the Sky Building, and Universal Studios. No matter what time you visit, it’s easy to find ideal hotels in Osaka.

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