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The St. Regis Osaka
4.5/593 Reviews

The St. Regis Osaka

Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.18km from Tachikawa Bunko Yukari no Chi Monument

Latest booking 13 hrs ago

Concierge: We emailed the hotel weeks in advance of our stay to assist with bookings. Weeks would pass before they would respond, and multiple follow up emails were required to get a response. They did successfully book one 3 Michelin star restaurant to which we owe them significant credit. However, when we arrived and asked basic requests such as where to find restaurants or stores, the concierge was usually very short and had no suggestions. We were better off consulting Google maps. And this for a 5 star concierge service? In addition, the English skills of many of the concierge staff were extremely limited. While I know some Japanese, it should not be required at a hotel of this calibre. In fact, when visiting Japan, a 5 star hotel should have fluent English speakers for most front facing staff. Hotel Condition: The hotel has significant and noticeable wear and tear. We were in a Grand Deluxe Suite and when I arrived, a man was literally gluing on a piece of the door that had torn off. The woodwork throughout the suite was heavily scratched and dented including tables. The carpet was worn thin, and the sofa's velvet exterior was worn. In any event, for a hotel suite whose copay was $500+ per night, this was disappointing. Check out Process: The check out process was extremely troubling and disappointing. We asked for a Butler to assist with bags multiple times, and even after 45 minutes they did not come up to our room to collect our bags. This resulted in us having to drag our bags down to the lobby ourselves, as we were rushing for a Shinkansen train. Normally, this would have been fine, but we had a lot of luggage. The significantly wait time for luggage assistance is not characteristic of a St. Regis. Hidden Taxes and No Final Folio Provided: The hotel has some hidden taxes associated with rooms that have copays for upgrades. While we expected to pay 50,000 yen per night + about 37,000 yen in total taxes (about 5600 yen per night in tax), we did not expect too many additional taxes. Yet there was another 6500 or so taxes per night in taxes we were assessed. Even after numerous attempts, the hotel never sent a final folio nor explained the charges which is all I asked. General Impressions: The hotel seems poorly managed with a ”choatic” vibe in which there is not only no personalized guests are vying for the attention for concierge staff who are stretched too thin with minimal English skills. While I understand this is a busy time for the hotel, the hotel should not be having any difficulty meeting basic demands of elite members even when they are at capacity. The hotel felt more like a 3-4 star hotel than a St. Regis. Among St. Regis hotels, this one was a major disappointment.

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Kuretake Inn Osaka Midosuji Honmachi
4.2/523 Reviews

Kuretake Inn Osaka Midosuji Honmachi

Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi Osaka|0.25km from Tachikawa Bunko Yukari no Chi Monument
The hotel is located at the M18 Honmachi Station on the Midosuji Railway Line, just in front of the M19 Shinsaibashi Station. The hotel is not far from the station entrance on foot, but the stairs go up and down, and it takes about five to seven minutes to get to the elevator. There are two massage chairs in the lobby at the entrance of the hotel. To the left is the morning dining area. It is not too big but has enough seating space. There are not many choices for breakfast, the taste is very ordinary, and the fried food is too oily and too hard, but the price is acceptable and I hope it will improve. I booked a room for one person. The space is not large within my budget, but it also has basic supplies. The bathroom is a standard Japanese hotel with a small bathtub and toilet. It is ventilated and there is no strange smell. There is also an air freshener and humidifier in the room. Unfortunately, it may be winter. There is only a centrally controlled heater in the room. You cannot use the remote control to adjust the air conditioner. After using the heater for a night, you cannot open the window. As a result, my nose became sensitive in the middle of the night and I started sneezing. In the morning, my nose felt normal after I left the room. It was definitely not a disease, but it was caused by excessive baking and dust! The hotel has a large bathhouse, but the viewing space is not large, so I did not use it. Not all lobby attendants speak good English, but they will try their best to be understanding and friendly. If the room cleaning is better, it will be more points.

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Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
4.6/5679 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi
Hotel is located about 10minutes walk away from the dontonburi stretch and the nearest train exit is less than 5 minutes away. However, do note that they charge for early check ins.
UNIZO INN Express Osaka Minamihommachi
4.4/51025 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi
The location is excellent, very close to the metro, many shops, and not far from the bustling namba. The room was functional and clean. There was a microwave downstairs to warm up food. And the view was actually really nice over Osaka. The room is really tiny. I stayed in two other similar hotels in Kyoto and Tokyo and this one was by far the smallest. Im not very big, so it was fine, but someone taller might find it difficult to fit 😅. I'd add a mug in the room but otherwise all the conveniences were there.
The St. Regis Osaka
4.5/593 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi
Concierge: We emailed the hotel weeks in advance of our stay to assist with bookings. Weeks would pass before they would respond, and multiple follow up emails were required to get a response. They did successfully book one 3 Michelin star restaurant to which we owe them significant credit. However, when we arrived and asked basic requests such as where to find restaurants or stores, the concierge was usually very short and had no suggestions. We were better off consulting Google maps. And this for a 5 star concierge service? In addition, the English skills of many of the concierge staff were extremely limited. While I know some Japanese, it should not be required at a hotel of this calibre. In fact, when visiting Japan, a 5 star hotel should have fluent English speakers for most front facing staff. Hotel Condition: The hotel has significant and noticeable wear and tear. We were in a Grand Deluxe Suite and when I arrived, a man was literally gluing on a piece of the door that had torn off. The woodwork throughout the suite was heavily scratched and dented including tables. The carpet was worn thin, and the sofa's velvet exterior was worn. In any event, for a hotel suite whose copay was $500+ per night, this was disappointing. Check out Process: The check out process was extremely troubling and disappointing. We asked for a Butler to assist with bags multiple times, and even after 45 minutes they did not come up to our room to collect our bags. This resulted in us having to drag our bags down to the lobby ourselves, as we were rushing for a Shinkansen train. Normally, this would have been fine, but we had a lot of luggage. The significantly wait time for luggage assistance is not characteristic of a St. Regis. Hidden Taxes and No Final Folio Provided: The hotel has some hidden taxes associated with rooms that have copays for upgrades. While we expected to pay 50,000 yen per night + about 37,000 yen in total taxes (about 5600 yen per night in tax), we did not expect too many additional taxes. Yet there was another 6500 or so taxes per night in taxes we were assessed. Even after numerous attempts, the hotel never sent a final folio nor explained the charges which is all I asked. General Impressions: The hotel seems poorly managed with a ”choatic” vibe in which there is not only no personalized guests are vying for the attention for concierge staff who are stretched too thin with minimal English skills. While I understand this is a busy time for the hotel, the hotel should not be having any difficulty meeting basic demands of elite members even when they are at capacity. The hotel felt more like a 3-4 star hotel than a St. Regis. Among St. Regis hotels, this one was a major disappointment.
Lub D Osaka Honmachi
4.6/5300 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi
I was surprised about hotel location and price of the room. It was so valuable price and for size of the room. All clean and smell in elevator so good. Neat and charm. I would like to recommend this Lub d Osaka Honmachi to stay for vacation. Walk about 5 minutes to shinsaibashi. More 10 minutes to Namba & dontonburi. Away from Osaka metro only 500 meters at exit 7. There elevator at exit 7. Convenience store just a minute walk. I will come back to stay here again. Good staff.
Holiday Inn Express Osaka City Centre - Midosuji
4.6/5386 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi
We stayed a total of five nights in this hotel and this allowed us to experience an incredible stay in osaka and its surroundings. The hotel is very well located, close to means of transport for nearby tourist sites and barely fifteen minutes from the lively districts of Osaka. The room is clean and very comfortable. the hotel provides laundry equipment which literally saved us for our trip. Regarding the employees, they were very pleasant and helpful. Mathilde enchanted our days from breakfast with her smile and good humor. And a big thank you to Mr. Palacoeur, General Manager, for taking the time to help us and guide us through the different places to do and how to get there. The breakfast was pleasant and sufficient with a Japanese offer which we particularly liked, the grab and go system provided is also very useful for the morning rush day. Thank you all for this stay, hoping to come back soon! Thank you Mr. Jerome Palacoeur for the time you gave us, you enchanted our stay with your friendliness, your professionalism and your humor !
Hotel WBF Hommachi
4.5/572 Reviews
Osaka Station/Umeda/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi
コロナも少し落ち着いてきたということで、応援も兼ねて宿泊してみました。 お部屋は決して広くはないですが、清潔で動線も確保されているので居心地は良かったです。TVがスマホのミラーリングに対応しているのは嬉しかった。 そして何よりこちらのホテル、会員であればラウンジでアルコールやソフトドリンクが飲み放題なんです!意外と沢山の種類のお酒があって楽しませてもらいました。 (ただ補充があまりされていないのか、炭酸水やスパークリングワインの炭酸が抜け切っていたのが唯一惜しかったかな) 公式サイト+会員価格で一泊¥4,500程度だったので、総じてお得だと思います。 機会があればまた泊まりたいですね。

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