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Budget hotels in Osaka
Hotels like Hotel Mystays Shin Osaka Conference Center and Apa Hotel Tennoji-Ekimae offer budget-friendly stays in Osaka. Hostels like the budget-friendly J-Hoppers Osaka Guesthouse are a perfect fit, as it is within a short walking distance of Eidaihama Monument and offers a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. Situated in Dotonbori district, The Pax Hostel offers simple accommodation about a 15-minute walk from Shitenno-ji Temple.
Proximity to public transport
If you're looking for hotels in Osaka near Kansai International airport, ponder about Nikko Kansai Airport or First Cabin Kansai Airport placed nearby. To take advantage of public transport in Osaka, consider staying near the metro station, so Rihga Nakanoshima Inn within 1600 feet from Yodoyabashi metro station is a suitable solution. If you would like to stay in a hotel near Yodoyabashi railroad station, think of 3-star Hotel Elsereine Osaka and Apa Hotel Osaka Higobashi Ekimae.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you're not planning on having your trip to Osaka, pick a hotel that is situated in the city center, such as Toyoko Inn Osaka Umeda Higashi or Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Yodoyabashi. A cheaper option in the center is Ark Hostel & Cafe Dining, which comes at 48US$ per night. Celavie Resort Sakuranomiya (Adults Only) and Super Hotel Osaka Natural Hot Springs are good choices in Nishinari Ward district.
City Plaza Osaka is a 10-minute walk to Fushimi Building and comes with a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a wellness center. If you would like to book a hotel within 0.7 miles of Shinozaki Shochiku Tombstone Monument, Osaka Castle Hotel is a good choice.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Alternatively, check out St Regis Osaka, located 1.3 miles from Nijuichinin Uchijini Monument. For an authentic experience, consider booking Comfort Hotel Osaka Shinsaibashi or Hotel Hankyu International. Chain hotel you might consider is Osaka Hana Hostel, within walking distance of Place Where Hideyori Toyotomi and Yodo-dono Comitted Suicide, featuring 56US$.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Senba Hostel is an affordable apartment placed 10 minutes' walk from Tanimachi 4-chome subway station. 12 B&Bs in Osaka are available for booking, such as Namba Nipponbashi Apartment or Galaxy Apartment. If you want to be near Osaka City Air Terminal, pick Il Cuore Namba, which is a good option for families and just a 10-minute walk away. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 92 hotels in Osaka, Sunroute Umeda or Hotel International House Osaka among them.
Since ancient times, Osaka has been a gathering place.
The city serves as the gateway to Japan for travelers and traders from all over Asia. It was here that Japan first met the world.
Located where river and sea routes meet, Osaka is a flourishing economic center in the Kansai region and the second largest metropolis in Japan. It is second only to Tokyo as a showcase of Japanese urbanism.
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The ratio between daytime and night time population is 141 percent, the highest in Japan, highlighting its status as an economic center. Its night-time population is 2.6 million, by day that surges to 3.7 million.
Almost leveled by bombing in World War II, the city is modern and functional, and can be described as an endless expanse of concrete. However at night it is a different story. The flashes of neon lights and a vibrant nightlife bring Osaka to life.
Famed for its shopping, any traveler looking to indulge in retail therapy is spoilt for choice in Osaka.
Historical sites include;
- Osaka Castle
- Sanko Shrine
- Sumiyoshi Taisha - one of the oldest Sinto shrines dating from 211AD
- The oldest buddhist temple in Japan the 593AD Shitenno-ji
An ancient capital of Japan serving based on it being a major hub and a rice distributor, it later lost to out to Tokyo. And the cities are distinctly different, with Osaka often called "Japan's anti-capital". The differences are notable even in cuisine, dialect and the sides to ride the escalators.
Osaka is made up of a variety of districts, so at Booked.net we classify hotels in Osaka accordingly. Business travelers will appreciate Osaka accommodation in Minami area. If you want Osaka hotels near traffic links then Umeda district will suit you. Otherwise, find accommodation near popular Osaka castle or the Umeda Sky building.