Easy Access to Osaka Station! Top 5 Popular Vacation Home-Type Accommodations Based on Customer Reviews
If you are going to stay in a hotel for a long time with your family or friends, then it would be best to stay in a lodging facility that looks like a holiday home. Below are five select inns in Osaka offering easy access to Osaka Station, so they can very well become your sightseeing base in Osaka.
Yukiya is within walking distance from Umeda area where Osaka Station is located. Inside this inn, which is filled with a Japanese ambience, there are a total of 10 sets of futon (a Japanese mattress that is laid out on the floor). Aside from the four Japanese-style rooms, there is also a kitchen and dining room that is fitted with kitchen utensils, refrigeration, microwave oven, coffee maker and other appliances. There are washing machines, too, so it is perfect for extended stays. Furthermore, there are sophisticated toilets and shower rooms. During winter, guests also get to use a kotatsu (a Japanese table with a heater underneath, and a blanket on top to cover the legs). Smoking is not allowed throughout the property. Wi-Fi is free in the entire house. There are staff who can speak English and Chinese.
2. KOKORO HOUSE
KOKORO HOUSE is a lodging facility that is about 10 minutes away from Osaka Station, first on train and then on foot. It is characterized by its fancy interiors that create an atmosphere that is different in every room. There are three bedrooms and one Japanese-style room with a futon that is laid on the floor, so it can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests. This vacation home also features a fully equipped kitchen with an oven, microwave oven, coffee maker and refrigerator. The living room area has a huge flat-screen TV and gaming console, among other devices. There are washing machines, too. Smoking is not allowed throughout the property. Wi-Fi is free in the entire inn. There are staff who can speak English.
Uphouse is a place that offers easy access to Umeda area as all it takes is a ride in a single subway line. Inside this house, you will find a bedroom with two single beds and a bedroom with three sets of futons. Meanwhile, the living room has two sofas, so it can fit a maximum of seven guests. There is also a kitchen that is equipped with a microwave oven, toaster and a refrigerator, as well as a bathroom with free toiletries. Guests are also allowed to use the washing machine. Smoking is not allowed throughout the property. Wi-Fi is free in the guestrooms. There are staff who can speak English.
4. Youyou’s House
Youyou’s House is a holiday home that is located near Sakuranomiya Station, which is just two stations away from Osaka Station. There are two rooms available – the type where you lie on a futon on the floor, or the type that has a bed. The kitchen is fully equipped with a refrigerator, microwave oven and electric kettle, among other appliances. There is also a living room that comes with a dining table and sofa. The bathroom has free amenities. This house is also convenient since you can find it in area maps and guide apps. There are washing machines, too. Smoking is not allowed throughout the property. Wi-Fi is free in the public areas. There are staff who can speak English and Chinese.
5. Ryokoheya Tenrokukan
Ryokoheya Tenrokukan is located in a spot that is two stations away from Umeda area by subway. It has two bedrooms that have a total of seven sets of futon. The kitchen is fitted with an oven, microwave oven, toaster, coffee maker and other appliances. There is a living room with a sofa and table. There is also a bathroom with amenities, as well as a washing machine. This holiday home is near the Tenjinbashi-suji Shotengai shopping street, which is known as the longest commercial street in Japan, so it is also convenient for shopping and dining. There are bicycles that guests can use for free. Smoking is not allowed throughout the property. Wi-Fi is free in the whole place. There are staff who can speak English and Chinese.
If you are planning to tour Osaka, then it would be convenient if you stay in a place that offers easy access to Osaka Station at the heart of the city. Please use this article as your reference when choosing where to stay.
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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