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With a stay at Guesthouse Neko Neko – Hostel in Toyonaka, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Umeda Sky Building and Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses. Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities.
Pros: Kaoru and Antoine were better than we could have expected. They helped us with all the things we needed and they were super kind people. We are very grateful of having stayed there. 100% recommended!
Pros: The GuestHouse Neko Neko was great, you can feel comfortable at the first sight of the house. I recommend this place if you are looking for a place at the beginning of your trip because Kaoru and Antoine can advice you on how to do what you want to visit/do in the cheapest way. It's also great at the end because it's close to malls for shopping and conversations are always interesting ;) We decided to come back during the same journey, we cancelled another accommodation in Osaka to see again Kaoru and Antoine!
Pros: Clean, comfortable and great hosts.
Cons: It is a bit far from major attractions. Although the cost of accomodation is more affordable, good to take into account that you will need to pay more in public transport to get into town etc. No problem if you have a number of days in Osaka.
Pros: Hosts are very nice and they are allways ready to help
Pros: This is the second time we return to guest house Neko Neko. Kaoru and Antoine is warm as usual. Kaoru advise us places to see, best route to take, and what tickets that is most worth it to buy.
Cons: The bed is soooo warm and soft and smells good we had really good sleep. We almost did not want to leave our bed!
Pros: The hosts were very helpful, and always ready to help with a big smile. Very happy with the room, was a wide bedroom.
Pros: The room is very spacious, almost double other hotel rooms. And even though toilet and bath is shared and is located outside the room, there are 4 available so it's still convenient. Almost all reviews highlight the host and it's true Miss Kaoru is by far the nicest and most helpful host we have ever had the pleasure of staying with. She goes out of her way to ask about our tour and our day. She gives REALLY HELPFUL tips. Plus she invited us to have dinner and even though we missed it she left food out for us. To top it off, we accidentally left our camera bag when we checked out and she *rushed* to the train station to give it back to us. Coming from an introvert, I cannot commend her enough. I'm really grateful to her for taking care of us during the trip. Keep in mind, this is closer to a JR train station not a subway. Distance from station is a little below the average of our other budget hostel stays, although you do have to cross a bridge.
Pros: Great hosts, comfy beds and picturesque scenery by the river.
Pros: The place is very cosy and nice and the owners (especially Kaoru) are absolutely lovely. Very sweet people and a very nice place. Would book this place again!
When you stay at Minoosansou Kazenomori in Minoh, you'll be in a national park, within a 15-minute drive of Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses and Expo Commemoration Park. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, luggage storage, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Event facilities at this ryokan consist of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Everything especially the dinner. We asked for 1 vegetarian and 1 regular menue and it was amazing. The view from the bath is astonished. Worth the money for sure.
Pros: The dinner service was incredible, a real highlight. The sweeping view from the rooms and the onsens overlooking Osaka was amazing.
Pros: The location is very easily accessible from Osaka city center. The free shuttle service is awesome. The onsen is clean and the variety of bath areas added some adventure to our stay. The night view, from our room and from the outdoor bath areas were absolutely spectacular! The lobby and terrace area flow beautifully with the scenery. Food is locally sourced and delicous! Even the treats that came with the tea inside our room are tasty, especially the green tea chocolate. Most of the food items can be purchased from the tiny gift shop beside the reception. We did not see any foreigners and even though there were many visitors to the resort, it was not crowded in the bath areas.
Cons: According to the staff, it costs 1000¥ to check out just an hour late for each guest. We wish there was an option to check in at an earlier time. It is quite expensive.
Pros: The service provided by Minoo was really considerate. They provided shuttle buses to and fro from the accommodation. The room was really spacious for the 3 of us and it was really clean. The view from our room was really pretty too! The staff provided great services too, for both check-in, dinner and breakfast.
Cons: Nothing! We missed the shuttle bus but didn’t want to wait so we took a taxi up. It would be even better if they can customized the shuttle bus service timing for their customers.
Pros: My friends and I had a really good time at Kazenumori Onsen! The staff was super friendly and extremely welcoming and accommodating to us. We were the only English speaking (with limited Japanese) guest during our stay but it was relatively simple and easy to get around. The receptionist spoke English to us about the rooms and onsen hours, and also gave us a guide to find what we need within the ryokan. They provided a "samue" type pajama, as well as two (one big, one small) towels for the hot springs. The bath area has body soap, shampoo and conditioner, so you do not need to bring any. There are a total of 3 different types of baths in which men and women go in at different times. They all have an inner bath and an open-air one. Try all of them if you have a chance! Our favorite is the Komorebinoyu because it has a biggest open-air bath, and a very nice view of the city. We booked the Japanese style room to have a more authentic ryokan onsen experience and to sleep on futons on tatami floors. I recommend the half board option because the dinner was very delicious and a beautiful 10 course dinner. We had such an amazing time, and very satisfied and happy with our stay! The staff was always making sure that we were comfortable, and even made hard boiled eggs for us for breakfast, which they didn't need to, and we are extremely grateful. The hotsprings was absolutely wonderful and relaxing. It was especially great because we came during autumn and the cool air was nice against the contrast of the hot water of the springs in the open-air bath. This onsen is definitely a place we would love to visit again!
Cons: Not a negative, but just some tips! (there was a character limit above, so I'm writing this here) *The Shuttle Bus 10-15 minute ride was free. It takes you from the Minoh Station to the ryokan entrance, a nice curvy drive up the mountain. There is a time table on their official website for the bus, so be sure to check the time because it comes every hour. Returning back from the ryokan to the train station is the same as well. **This was out first onsen experience, so we were a bit unsure of how the bath works, but we did some basic research. You can go to the bath with your regular clothes on, and come out with the samue pajamas. Every time you use the bath, you can continue to redress in and out of the samue until you are finished and would like to leave in the morning. Be sure to read up on the proper etiquette before going into the bath. ***If you choose the dinner option, you can request specific meals for pescaterian or vegetarian diet. Regular dinner includes a variety of meat, fish and vegetables.
Pros: Breakfast very good
With a stay at GOEN LOUNGE&STAY, you'll be centrally located in Hirakata, within a 5-minute drive of Hirakata Park and Hirakata-Shuku Kagiya Museum. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and luggage storage.
Pros: It was super clean, well kept and the staffs went out of their way to talk in English with me even though I do speak Japanese. They were very helpful in explaining the rules and helping me out with the free coffee.
Cons: It's not easy to find the right exit at the station, but once found, it is very easy to find the place.
Pros: It's very comfortable and very nice location. Really near from Hirakatashi station , so the access is very easy . And this Goen is very clean . Just recall my memory to the Goen Lounge and Stay Sapporo . Also very nice !
Pros: I like the cleanliness and the staff being extremely accommodating and helpful.
Pros: The common area, as the whole hostel, is really beautiful and equipped with everything you might need, including free coffee! The staff is kind and funny. The beds are confortable and cozy. Also very good position, just nearby the station!
Pros: The staff and the common area was very nice and I loved the decor.
Cons: The kitchen did not have very many things for cooking. No bowls, plates, silverware, only one knife, no cuttingboard etc. it would have been very nice if the kitchen had had basic kitchenware.
Pros: Staff was amazingly friendly and helpful
Cons: Noisy because of so many guests
Pros: The area is clean
Pros: Great English staff, provided a paper with information and rules in English. The place is in a great location, beside a combini, Starbucks and the train station. The bathroom and shower were very clean. The bed was comfortable and had a good space.
Cons: Taking off my shoes and using the slippers, since I’m not used, i forgot to change back... but not a big problem. Using a big luggage or backpack is difficult because it is all so tiny there, to open the door and to fit inside your “bed”...
With a stay at Richmond Hotel Higashi Osaka, you'll be centrally located in Higashi-osaka, a 5-minute drive from Osaka Museum of History and 7 minutes from Osaka-jō Hall. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff. Quiet rooms and quiet area in spite of the lively traffic in the highways. Used the hotel as a basis to Nara and Inga. Worked very well. Parking facilities.
Cons: Good as it is.
Pros: Very close to the subway station, very professional and kind staff. Excellent breakfast.
Pros: The hotel was clean and quiet, although not very spacious.
Cons: The view from my room was a wall from the building next to the hotel, that I could almost touch.
Pros: Nice staff, great location, bus to kansai airport
Cons: Too small compare with the price
Pros: We love the cleanlyness of the hotel & their friendly staffs
A stay at Hotel Wing International Select Higashi Osaka places you in the heart of Higashi-osaka, a 4-minute drive from Ishikiri Tsurugi Shrine and 5 minutes from Osaka Castle Park. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services.
Pros: Thanks to the manager and staff who have changed our room and solve the problem.
Pros: Everything except breakfast menu items.
Cons: Location, clean and new rooms, value for money.
A stay at Hotel Vischio Amagasaki by GRANVIA places you in the heart of Amagasaki, within a 10-minute drive of Umeda Sky Building and Osaka Science Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 9 meeting rooms available for events. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: The location is excellent, right next to the mall, resistant and JR station that you can get to anywhere easily.
Cons: The room is not spacious, just like most Japanese hotels but it’s still decent for the money I paid.
Pros: - the hotel locates next to a big shopping mall - the room is comfortable - room size is adequate - clean room - car park locates at the basement of the building
Cons: - no surface to put the shampoo over the bath tub - car park fee is calculated on hourly basis
Pros: Windows opened!
With a stay at Y's HOTEL Hanshin Amagasaki-Ekimae in Amagasaki, you'll be a 5-minute drive from Hanshin Koshien Stadium and 5 minutes from Kidzania Koshien Theme Park. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Limited parking is available onsite.
Pros: 1.Perfect location, near train and bus station 2. Not far from walking street and castle 3. Delicious breakfast buffet 4. Small queen size comfy bed for single
Cons: The bed size is not good for family with kids or obese couple
Pros: The breakfast exceeded all my expectations.
Pros: So clean and very close from station. Very nice Hotel.
Pros: Easy check in and check out. Functional room and bathroom. Accessible to train station and bus to airport.
Cons: Breakfast menu wa different from before. Before was better. The sausage and bacon was gone. There were no breads also. iqos room is no longer available. We had to go down to 2nd floor just to smoke iqos.
Pros: Location. Right next to Hanshin Amagasaki station. Breakfast was pretty good. Don’t need to go out and find breakfast. Very clean. Breakfast staff very friendly and helpful.
With a stay at Hotel Casablanca Amagasaki - Adult Only in Amagasaki, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Hanshin Koshien Stadium and Kidzania Koshien Theme Park. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Love hotel- like many love hotels, the room has personality (lights in bathtub, etc). Great room- actually the largest and one of the more comfortable that we stayed in traveling three weeks in Japan. Would highly recommend.
Pros: Staff were incredible. So kind and thoughtful.
Pros: transfer service between hotel and train station free of charge. staff is very helpful.
With a stay at Shiroyama inn in Ikoma, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Toshodai-ji Temple and Ishikiri Tsurugi Shrine. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Japanese traditional Food were tasty food here! Breakfast and dinner both! The room is clean and comfortable
Cons: Am not satisfied with the washroom, have to go upstairs!! That’s really not convenient.
Pros: It was quiet, peaceful, located at the the terminus of a historical hillside cable-car, and adjacent to the beautiful Hōzan-ji Temple. The proprietor and the staff were sweet, breakfast was tasty (Japanese traditional & Western), and the onsen was hot and had a beautiful view of the valley.
Cons: No complaints! Know that there are stairs to climb to get to the ryokan. The minor hardship is worth it, and you could forgo the cable car for a taxi to the front door.
Pros: The landlady was very kind and helpful.
Pros: The view is wonderful and the staff here is very helpful. I can feel the real Japanese tradition. People in neighborhood are so friendly and kind. If you want to travel up here there are many ways but I recommend community bus and cable car because it is not really expensive and it takes a few minutes to go down to the town: Ikoma. The hot bath is so nice and relaxing!
Cons: I do not like the stairs because it is really steep.
Pros: nice ryokan charming staff
Cons: nothing to say
Pros: The traditional Japanese style is what brought me to the place and what had me loving it! I felt truly at home here. It was precisely what I needed during my visit to Japan! The tea ceremony was amazing!
Cons: It was a little bit of a hike to get there, but easy with the chair lift and well worth it for the calm and the view!
Pros: For those who are able-bodied or have someone to pick them up, the location was perfect - community bus, cable car, walking - all available. Beautiful setting on Mt. Ikoma - up to temples and an amusement park and down to Ikoma proper, but it would be difficult if one was without ability to walk or get to the sources of transportation. That perhaps should be noted somewhere in the booking information. Worked fine for us though! Also appreciated having WI-FI and air conditioning! Plus, very gracious host! Thank you!
Cons: We did end up asking for a second pillow. That was helpful - from an older American's perspective and, again, from an older (taller with beginning of aching older joints!) American's perspective, it would be super helpful to have a bench at the entry way available to put shoes on and take off. Can't think of anything else!
Pros: I like that the place is nice and calm. There is an breathtaking view from the shared lobby on the top floor and a beautifull view from the bathroom with hot watertub and all. If you ask kindly the host can arrange a kimono lesson with some time to explore the village around the ryokan. Try to go up the mountain to the temple. It is a beautifull place
Cons: Not so much to dislike. Stairs there are 71 stairs up to the ryokan. That is the only downside of its location. But if you go by taxi you can go right up to the door. And the fare for the cable car can realy add up if you stay for a longer period.
Pros: This is a true Japanese experience. We were extra lucky because we were the only ones staying at the Ryokan that night so it gave it an extra personal touch. The private onsen was fantastic and the dinner and breakfast as well. We had an amazing time and recommend to anyone who wants to immerse themselves in Japanese tradition/culture to experience a stay here.
8.2 Excellent (524 reviews)
When you stay at Fine Garden Toyonaka Osaka Interntl Airport - Adults Only in Toyonaka, you'll be near the airport, a 5-minute drive from Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses and 9 minutes from Umeda Sky Building. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great value for your money. Very fancy hotel close to the airport. Our room had a jacuzzi, king size bed, projector and even a slot machine. Its fair to say it exceeded our expectations by far. Very friendly staff.
Pros: Room was clean and bed was comfy
Pros: Massage chair, hot tub with TV and LED, projector and big screen, PS4/SNES/Wii, big bed
Pros: Very close to the airport, 10min walk to the terminal was perfect for early flights in the morning Very big room (for Japanese rooms), enough space to pack your suitcases Comfortable, bath room with whirlpool Parking lots for free Very good price-ratio
Cons: Almost everything perfect, just the cleanliness was not OK, lot of hair strands in the bathroom
Pros: Good price for the room. Had massage chair and jacuzzy. Close to airport. Everyone was very helpful nd polite. Very clean.
Cons: Very far from the center area, Osaka castle, dotombori, etc. Not close to a train station.
Pros: Warning! This is a love hotel. Great location to airport though 10min walk along roadside path.
Cons: This is a love hotel!!! (Great location though)
Pros: Location was good, you get quite spacious room and own bathroom for your money which is a great thing in Japan, staff was very helpful and nice too, and it is a short walking from the airport. So it is worth to book it for a night, definitely, to get a good sleep before your flight, especially if you have a long one
Cons: The place was so beautifully done yet poorly cleaned. Thankfully main facilities like bath was fine but I could wipe dust for hours from the furniture, there were food crumps below the sofa and between the cushions on the sofa and dust on the floor too. There is a high turn around of guests, I get it, it's a love hotel, but even for me it would take 10 minutes with a vacuum cleaner to get it done, and I'm not professional cleaner.
Pros: did not eat it
Cons: the check in was a nightmare. It's an airport hotel yet the reception said they could not guarantee transport to the airport!!
Pros: This 'love' hotel, has huge rooms,equipped with Karoke, a fruit machine, and endless treats in the bathroom. The reception staff were very helpful with limited English. The size of the room is astonishing for Japan. So close to the airport. The breakfast box was delivered on time and pleasant. Just try out this place for a great unusual experience. Tip, turn right out of hotel, walk 10/15 minutes for huge 24 hour Chinese Restaurant packed with locals. Good Value. Book a taxi if you need one early in the morning for the airport. We had to walk, because we didn't! but only 10-15 minute walk.
With a stay at Hotel Luna Ikeda - Adults Only in Ikeda, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses and Umeda Sky Building. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Have lived and traveled around Japan for 16 years, and this is the best $55 hotel I've ever stayed in. Every amenity and toiletry in the room imaginable. The hotel has been renovated for tourists and my room was very clean. The large screen TV took up half of the wall. A 15' walk from Itami Airport. There is a steak restaurant and 7Eleven around the corner. Breakfast was very basic with salmon, rice, miso soup, and pickled veggies, served in your room. However the rice was superb, probably the best rice I had in my 2.5 week trip to Japan, as the Shiga/Mie area people apparently aren't fussy about rice. Rice in this area was about as bad as Okinawa.
Cons: While some hotels in this price range have Viking (buffet) breakfast, hey, this is a love hotel . . .
Pros: The room was huge and had all the amenities: Giant flat screen TV, king bed, game stations, refrigerator, additional refrigerator for beverages, sex-toy vending machine, complimentary sex toys, whirlpool tub with TV or music, AND shower. Breakfast was delivered when requested, and they had a late check-out time.
Cons: Checking in was near impossible. The clerk spoke no English at all, and was really hung up on my phoning a friend who had contacted the hotel trying to find me. It didn't matter that I showed her that we had been messaging each other; she was not going to let us check in without my first calling my friend. Then my friend showed up, and she would only talk to my friend, and not me or my husband.
Pros: Was close to the airport
Cons: Was not the cleanist
Pros: I stayed here as it was close to the airport and one of the cheapest places to stay. a 10 to 15 minute walk to the airport. Staff was friendly with limited English but google translate worked well. Clean and interesting stay.
Cons: I didn't expect to much but it was clean and quite. for what it is.
Pros: There were a lot of services, we had breakfast in the room; the room was big and really nice.
Cons: There could be some more informations in English about how to use electronic devices, instructions are only in Japanese (for example we didn't understand how to order food in the room or how to use karaoke).
Pros: Near airport and spacious room
Cons: No towels
Cons: No response to my emails. Staff spoke no English and it was difficult to communicate.
Pros: Love hotel right next to Itami airport, room much larger than business hotels, good amenities and 24h room service with a large menu and even some free food and drinks. Had a good nights sleep. Communicated with staff in Japanese, the lady at the reception was exceptionally friendly and explained that they have special procedures for foreign guests, such as giving out room keys which is not the usual practice at love hotels in Japan. They seem well prepared to receive international visitors overall, even if English might be limited.
Cons: The bathroom smelled like smoke, and there were some suspicious stains on the bed scarf, but the bedding otherwise seemed fine. Breakfast very basic.
Pros: We stayed in this hotel because we wanted to try this type of accomodation during our trip to Japan. At first, we were a little confused, because there was no-one at reception. But this is apparently costumary in love hotels (due to the high value placed on anonymity by guests) and after calling someone through the phone on the desk, the receptionist came to help us immediately. We chose this particular hotel because it is within walking-distance of the international airport of Osaka and has a 24h-reception. So, we could enjoy a good night's sleep in a very big bed, get up around 5-ish to have a relaxing bubble bath (with a selection of no less than four different bath salts/foams and many other luxurious bathing and beauty products), check out and arrive on foot well in time for our flight back home.
Located in Toyonaka, Tokiyo HOSTEL is within a 15-minute drive of Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses and Hanshin Koshien Stadium. Featured amenities include laundry facilities, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area.
Featuring free WiFi and a hot tub, Atelier Bee's Knees Bed & Breakfast offers accommodation in Ikoma. Guests can enjoy the Japanese garden view from the wooden built tea house. Certain units include a seating area for your convenience. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms come with a a private bathroom and toilet. Extras include free toiletries and a hair dryer. Kintetsu Kyoto Station is a 1-hour train ride from Atelier Bee's Knees Bed & Breakfast, while Osaka Namba Station is a 20-minute train ride away. Nara Station on the Kintetsu Line can be reached via a 15-minute train ride from the property.
Pros: Staying with Sachiyo at Atleliers Bees Knees was a truely wonderful experience. We stayed with our 2 daughters aged 8 and 10, who shared the upstairs bedroom and sitting area, whilst my husband and I shared the huge downstairs room on futons. The house, that you share with Sachiyo, her husband and 2 dogs, is huge! It’s very private and there is more than enough space to ‘escape’. Aside from having the main house, you have private use of the tea house, which again is massive. It’s traditional, with tatami mats and windows out to Sachiyos amazing ‘Kyoto’ style garden. Breakfast was served here every morning, which was incredible and the large bathroom with wooden hot tub is here as well. Sachiyo really went out of her way to make us feel comfortable. She would drop us at the station very easy access to Nara and even did a sushi master class with us one night, which was incredible. She answered our many questions on Japan and it’s culture and was happy to indulge my husband in his art explorations around quiet suburb! I can’t recommend this house enough, your experience here will be extremely memorable and you will even fall in love with Pumpkin and Bruce. Thank you Sachiyo!!
Pros: This is as delightful as it gets. The guest rooms (bedroom, bathroom, tea house) are huge, lavishly decorated and extremely confortable. Shashiyo is a masterful host that will bring you amazing sushis, life stories, smiles, insights in Japanese culture, good taste, tea, and lavish shabu-shabu. With her kiwi husband Justin, they will let you go with priceless memories.
With a stay at Monzen Okagero in Ikoma, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Toshodai-ji Temple and Ishikiri Tsurugi Shrine. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Located in Suita, Shin-Osaka Esaka Tokyu REI HOTEL is connected to a shopping center, within a 10-minute drive of Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade and Osaka Castle Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. This hotel has 6 meeting rooms available for events. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: The staff and the hotel accommodations were excellent. They were very professional. Its location was very convenient. I did not try the restaurant, but the breakfast was very good.
Cons: The room was small, however it was sufficient for one person to. It could be a bit cheaper, however I am judging with European price standards. Everything is more expensive in Japan.
Pros: Closeness to the metro.
Cons: The bathroom door frame is too short, hit my had and ended up in ER
Pros: Good location - two subway stops from Shin Osaka station, the hotel is across the street from Esaka station. Good breakfast They cancelled with penalty when we could not make due to typhoon 1919
Cons: Small room, small bed
Pros: I like their bathroom it was very clean and love the condiments provided . I like the location also because it was very convenient.
Cons: I don't like the noise coming around from the other room. We could hear the loud voice of a man from the other room and the noise from the room above was very disturbing.
Pros: Very good value for money. Good neighborhood.
Cons: Not big variety for western style breakfast.
Pros: Hotel staffs are helpful, and good location
Cons: Room size is relatively small
Pros: I forgot a souvenir when checking out. When I called the hotel once I realized this, they made sure to not their it out when cleaning the room and hold onto it until I was able to return and pick it up.
Cons: My biggest concern was that the free TV channels were lacking a bit in selection. But then again, this is a business hotel and the channel selection reflects that.
Cons: Room was too far, would be better if closer
Pros: The location was great.. We loved that they had a hand out telling you how long to get somewhere and where to get off and on to get there, it was incredibly helpful.. Also got complimentary water in the room each day which was great..
Cons: The floors were dirty and full of hair.. The room was far to small for the three beds with no walking room after bags were put in.. There was no closet and the bathroom was like a pod out of a airplane.. Wouldn’t recommend for a family stay.. Personally wouldn’t go back
With a stay at Kishibe Station Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Suita, within a 10-minute drive of Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses and Expo City. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services.
Pros: Officer have service mind , hotel next to JR station which easy to go to Shin-Osaka / Kyoto.
Pros: Very easy access from train station. Large rooms. A free bottle of water was supplied in the room, very appreciated when arriving late after long travels!
Cons: There was internet through cable in the room, but wifi was only available on first floor.
Pros: very near kishibe station and nearby supermarket and drugstore. very convenient for last minute shopping
Cons: I requested to be transferred to a non smoking room. at first i was told that all rooms were booked. when i asked the second time, i was told to pay additional 2300 yen.
Pros: Location next to station.
Cons: WiFi in lobby only. Should be available on all floors.
Cons: Need wi-fi inside rooms.
Pros: A traditional business hotel also suitable for the tourist. Adjacent to Kishibe Station so no need for any taxis.
Cons: Nothing to dislike.
With a stay at Hotel Lotus Toyonaka - Adults Only in Toyonaka, you'll be a 4-minute drive from Open Air Museum of Old Farmhouses and 8 minutes from Umeda Sky Building. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: Booking.com prevent searching normal hotel, just this expensive one
Cons: This is the japanese fashion hotel (for couples in most case) and not appropriate for business at least. I am Japanese therefore I could easy to contact with person in the hotel and got access to the room. However if you are foreigner it is very difficult to manage in the case of trouble.
When you stay at Guesthouse SAI - Hostel in Moriguchi, you'll be in the suburbs, within a 10-minute drive of Osaka Castle and Osaka-jō Hall. Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities.
Pros: Staffs was fast to answer
Cons: I haven't seen anyone from the staff during my whole stay. The hostel lacked of atmosphere, guests felt like staying in their capsule was the best option perhaps due to a lack of welcoming ambiance. It was also quite cold. Moreover, I wrote the hostel 5 days before my departure asking if I could leave my baggage prior to check in and didn't get any answer. The fact that the washing machine and the dryer could be used 24/24 made us sleep with a lot of noise. And the location is quite bad, far away from everything.
Pros: Sorry my review won’t be that objective cause I only stay for about 6 hours. My flight had a huge delay so I arrived at 1am. Had no problem checking in since staff left a note at the front desk. Private shower room and toilet is nice and clean. For some reason all other guest are female and not Japanese but it doesn’t bother too much. I had a pretty good sleep and left early the next morning. Great location with store right across the street and JR station 10 minutes walk away.
Cons: The room is a bit messy with no storage space.
Pros: Close to the station. Nice shared spaces. Convenience store across the road. Supermarket nearby, with map and English-language instructions provided on info sheets in the room. Clean.
Cons: There is a sign asking you to fill in a booking-in form upon arrival. This was fine to a point, but there is no secure place (like a locked box) in which to place you form, so you personal information is on display for all to see. This is potentially dangerous for women and is a matter that needs to be addresses. Also there should be a fixed landline there so you can call the hotel staff. At the moment it just gives you a phone number and assumes you have arrived with a working cellphone.
Pros: Nice little lounge to chill at after a day of sightseeing. Rooms were clean, beds were pretty comfy. Close to a 7/11 and the subway.
Cons: That the walls are very thin so you can hear everything! Heard some guy snoring 2 doors down. Wifi was down here and there (we were on the 3rd floor). Showers are a little claustrophobic (especially if you're over 6ft)
Pros: I loved the facilities and how they manage the place. It feels comfortable and every room is spacious. It’s just a few blocks away from Moriguchi station of the Tanimachi Line. It feels very homey.
Cons: The only negative thing about this place (for other people, probably) is that it is far from the central district. For some, this might be a problem but for me, I loved how quiet the neighborhood was.
Pros: Clean and well equipped.
Cons: Stayed for two days, never once saw a member of staff. Had to self check-in and out.
Located in Amagasaki, Miyako Hotel Amagasaki is within a 5-minute drive of Piccolo Theater and Susaotoko Shrine. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Quiet andclean
Pros: service attitude is impressive.
Cons: the view is normal
Pros: Friendly reception. Close to convenience stores and eateries
Pros: The check in staff were wonderful and had very good english
Cons: The reservation made by booking com was for check in at 9 pm. I was not aware of this and arrived at 14:30 hrs. The staff was so kind to rearrange the check in time at little additional cost only.
Pros: Check-in experience was good.
Cons: Room looked dated. Not worth the money. Far from Itami airport.
Cons: This is not in Osaka! It's in the sticks. No reason to stay here unless you have a business meeting close by.