Traveling to Osaka and wondering where to stay? Here are the best places to stay according to our local experts, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, and hostels.
Great location, easy access to subway..Very friendly service..Easy access to shopping area in Shinsaibashi. Very close to shopping street area.Very nice breakfast. Tasty and have a great variety. -- Arnold Kodama via Foursquare
A guy in front desk was very UNKIND, UNFRIEDNLY AND UNAMIABLE. I can't believe that it's 4 stars hotel!! Even it's in Japan!!!! Hey what's wrong, dude? Tired of stupid tourists? -- Julian Kim via Foursquare
Explore the immediate vicinity of this hotel. There are a number of convenience stores, a lot of familiar fastfood brands, and a great selection of restaurants offering authentic Osaka delicacies. -- Enrico Cordoba via Foursquare
Located in its own tower at Grand Front Osaka (the furthest tower), the Intercontinental Hotel Osaka is modern, luxurious and efficiently run. Take the lifts to the (rather small) 20th floor lobby. -- M. R. via Foursquare
Its a pretty cool hotel.rooms are small but that is Normal for japan, but bed is big and not soft, and too let seat is warm. What more do tou want? Also amazing little local Restaurant area here! :) -- Dusan Vemic via Foursquare