Reasonable and Convenient! Top 5 Business Hotels Around Osaka’s Major Train Stations
Business hotels, what with their reasonable rates and outstanding functionality, are definitely recommended to those who want to reduce their accommodation expenses. Below are five business hotels found around the key train stations in Osaka where you can stay for as low as 10,000 – 15,000 JPY per night.
1. Super Hotel Lohas Honmachi Subwayline Yotsubashi Exit 24
This hotel is located near the subway of Honmachi Station. It is characterized by its awareness of “Lohas”, a proactive initiative for preserving the environment, so guests who come with their own toothbrushes and who do not require housekeeping are given gifts. Here, the guest rooms are considered healing spaces that incorporate natural elements. There are various types of guest rooms available, from the compact standard room, up to the connecting rooms where a maximum of four guests can stay by linking two separate rooms. There is also a women-only floor, so women can feel safer. Inside the hotel is a natural onsen (hot spring) that can help soothe your tired body. There is also no check-out procedure needed, making this hotel extremely convenient for guests. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. There are staff who can speak English.
2. Shin-Osaka Station Hotel
Shin-Osaka Station Hotel is a hotel that is just a 4-minute walk from JR Shin-Osaka Station – the gateway to sightseeing in Osaka. Inside this hotel, overflowing with a naturally warm feeling from its use of wood, the atmosphere is peaceful and relaxed. When it comes to guest rooms, you can choose from the standard single- and twin-type rooms, the triple-sharing room that is recommended to families and groups, the quad room, the connecting rooms that can accommodate up to six guests, and the ladies room that is complete with amenities. The restaurant inside the hotel serves Japanese and Western breakfast dishes that incorporate seasonal and organic ingredients. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. There are staff who can speak Chinese.
3. Dormy Inn Shinsaibashi Hot Spring
This hotel is a 7-minute walk from the subway of Shinsaibashi Station, located in an extremely convenient place that is just 10 minutes away from the famous sightseeing spot Dotonbori by foot. Here, the guest rooms range from the single, twin and double rooms, up to the type that has a space with tatami flooring, so you can choose according to your budget and preference. You can soak in the artificial hot spring in the public bath that is attached to an open-air bath to refresh your exhausted body. The hotel also serves its specialty evening ramen for free from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm every day. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. There are staff who can speak English, Chinese and Korean.
4. Osaka Umeda OS Hotel
Located in the Umeda area in the heart of Osaka, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk from all the train lines of JR Osaka Station and Umeda Station. It boasts a convenient location that is right above the subway of Higashi-Umeda Station. As for guest rooms, there are single and double rooms, as well as two types of twin rooms. The rooms here are known for giving guests a restful sleep despite their compact size. This hotel also offers a full lineup of amenities, so you are guaranteed a pleasant stay. Guests also love its delicious buffet-style breakfast. Wi-Fi is free in the guestrooms. There are staff who can speak English.
5. Hotel IL Monte
This hotel is also located in the Umeda area, and is a 6-minute walk from Umeda Station and a 10-minute walk from JR Osaka Station. Its exterior was designed by the world-famous Italian architect Aldo Rossi. It also adopted a special design for its interior, so you can spend a peaceful time in an elegant yet simple space. There are four types of guestrooms available – single, double, twin and triple rooms. The salon inside the hotel that is used for the breakfast buffet also serves free coffee and tea from 10:00 am through to 10:00 pm. Wi-Fi is free at this hotel.
This article featured business hotels that excel in terms of convenience and cost performance. So, if you ever visit Osaka, please use this list as your reference.
*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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