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Hotel Nikko Osaka - Osaka Hotels
AU$286

Hotel Nikko Osaka

1-3-3 Nishi-shinsaibashi, Osaka - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (904 reviews)
Hotel Nikko Osaka is a luxury hotel offering great deals on comfortable hotel room reservations. The hotel faces the …More
Hotel Vista Grande Osaka - Osaka Hotels

Hotel Vista Grande Osaka

5-15 Soemon-cho, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Central to entertainment district"
The obstructed view of the abandoned construction site isn't the best, neither is the local neighbourhood of host clubs. However, skip past this and your right in the middle of Dotonbori. Not particularly close to the train lines, so be prepared to schlep your luggage a for a short while through some of the most crowded parts of Osaka
A Traveller
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka - Osaka Hotels

Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka

1-17-11 Nanbanaka, Osaka - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (884 reviews)
When you re based at Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka, you will soon get used to luxurious, tranquil living only moments from …More
Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka - Osaka Hotels
AU$257

Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka

1-2-3 Minatomachi, Osaka - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (2,796 reviews)
Cross Hotel Osaka - Osaka Hotels

Cross Hotel Osaka

2-5-15 Shinsaibashi-suji, Osaka - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (1,140 reviews)
Richmond Hotel Namba Daikokucho - Osaka Hotels
AU$144

Richmond Hotel Namba Daikokucho

1-8-31, Shikitsuhigashi, Osaka - Map
 
 
RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka - Osaka Hotels

RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka

5-3-68 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (1,045 reviews)
Dormy Inn Premium Namba - Osaka Hotels
AU$199

Dormy Inn Premium Namba

2-14-23 Shimanouchi Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (693 reviews)
Hotel New Otani Osaka - Osaka Hotels

Hotel New Otani Osaka

1-4-1 Shiromi Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Comfortable hotel close to a subway station"
Breakfast and dinner in a hotel restaurant on our first day were less than impressive. I had to ask what happened to my breakfast having waited for quite some time. Bacon and eggs were eventually brought with apologies. My wife, by this time, finished her breakfast. We ate out after the first day. There are good restaurants nearby.
Traveller from Perth, Australia
Hotel MyStays Otemae - Osaka Hotels

Hotel MyStays Otemae

1-3-2 Tokui-cho, Osaka - Map
 
 
"Listing not accurate"
I booked a twin room through wot-if for my 4yo daughter, 18yo daughter and myself. The listing said a twin room catered for up to 4 people and was suitable for my request for 2 adults and 1 child. However it was 2 large single beds with only 1 pillow each and only 2 towels. Not sure how it could cater for up to 4 people? When I enquired at reception about atleast getting an extra towel the language barrier (I don't speak Japanese and hotel staff appeared to not understand a lot of English) I was told I had "twin room" I said "yes but I booked for 3 people". Eventually I got another towel and I decided not to bother trying to ask for another pillow. I made up a bed on the floor for my 4yo with coats, towels, a little travel pillow and blanket which we had in our luggage. Luckily she was ok but I was not impressed. We stayed 2 nights like this. We had previously stayed at a Mystays hotel in a twin room in Tokyo and it had 2 double beds with 2 pillows each and plenty of towels so given this was the same company and same type of room I had expected it to be the same.
Traveller from Ballarat, Vic, Australia

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    Accommodation In Osaka

    In Japan’s long history of emperors and shoguns, Osaka was named the capital several times, and it has the history to prove it. There’s much to do here, from watching the cherry trees bloom in spring to gazing out over the city from the remarkable Umeda Sky Building. Curious? We bet you are. From ancient shrines to modern high-rises, accommodation in Osaka is a front-row seat to Japan’s thriving economic hub.

    Things to Do in Osaka

    You’ll be able to tour everything from 16th-century citadels to futuristic skyscrapers from our hotels in Osaka, including some of Japan’s most famous landmarks like Osaka Castle. Long before rappers were rockin’ the bling, the shogun who built the castle covered the tea room entirely in gold. Blinded by the light? The Umeda Sky Building is the perfect contrast, a futuristic steel skyscraper with the stunning Floating Garden Observatory on the 39th floor. While it’s not one of the tallest in Osaka, the 360-degree outdoor deck will have you walking on air. Hope you’re not afraid of heights!

    If you’d rather keep your feet on the ground, accommodation in Tennoji is a great home base for exploring the city. It’s near one of the largest rail and subway hubs, plus tons of shopping, dining and architectural claims to fame. The Abeno Harukas skyscraper is the tallest habitable building in Japan, and the Shitenno-ji Temple was the first Buddhist temple in the country. If you have more artistic leanings, unleash your inner geijutsuka at the Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts in Tennoji Park. Meditate on Buddha heads and wrap your mind around tiny netsuke sculptures worth more than your car.

    Getting To & Around Osaka

    International flights to Osaka will land at Kansai International Airport (KIX), 50 km south of the city in Osaka Bay—the perfect introduction to this futuristic city, as it’s located on an artificial island that was created especially for the airport. From there, hop on the JR Line to Osaka Station downtown. The train also makes stops throughout the city, including Tennoji to the south and Shin-Osaka to the north, across the Yodo River. Osaka hotels are always on the right track thanks to the extensive subway and rail system: convenient to all the attractions within the city and beyond, it won’t leave you railroaded.

    Best Time to Travel

    There’s no argument here: Japan’s spring and autumn seasons make for wonderful Osaka holidays, though you can travel at any time. In late October and November, autumn brings turning leaves and lower prices, but late March through May are by far the most popular months to go, and for good reason. The spectacular sakura (cherry trees) are blooming, and the weather is gorgeous and sunny, with temperatures in the high teens and 20s. One of Japan’s biggest festivals, Tenjin, takes place in July in Osaka. If you’ve ever wanted to see traditional lion dancers or a goblin riding a horse, this is your chance.

    You don’t have to be a monarch to find the perfect castle. Book one of Wotif’s great deals on Osaka accommodation and you’ll be living like royalty before you can say “biru, onegaishimasu” (beer please!).

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