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Budget hotels in Osaka
A more budget-friendly alternative would be Nishitetsu Inn Shinsaibashi, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 89US$. If you are on a modest budget, consider staying in a hotel near Aeon Mall Osaka Domecity, such as the cheap Smile Hotel Namba located a 10-minute walk away. Osaka Guesthouse Hive is a humble choice with a sunbathing terrace and a sundeck located a 10-minute walk from Nishi-Umieda metro station.
Proximity to public transport
Be close to Kansai International airport, staying at First Cabin Kansai Airport, situated about 1.3 km away. Hotels such as Hearton Nishi Umeda and Ritz Carlton Osaka are located a short walk from Nishi Umeda metro station. Daiwa Roynet Hotel Osaka Kitahama is located 600 meters from Yodoyabashi train station and less than a 10-minute walk from the city center.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Staying somewhere like Guesthouse Sunanoshiro or Umeda Os Hotel will put you in a central location. A cheaper option in the center is Ark Hostel & Cafe Dining, which comes at 65US$ per night. Dotonbori district contains a mall and department stores, so if you pick a hotel like New Hankyu Osaka, you can shop till you drop.
Choose a hotel next to Temmangu Landing Area, such as Apa Hotel Osaka Higobashi Ekimae, which is located 10 minutes' walk away. Popular hotels near Kuchu Teien Observatory include Hilton Osaka as well as Osaka Tokyu Rei.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
The luxury Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Premier is located right next to Basho O Monument and within easy walking distance of Kyomachibori River Trace Monument. Hotel Hankyu International is a chic 5-star boutique hotel situated less than a 20-minute walk from The Monument of Soshoko School Old Site. If you prefer chain hotels, then a room at Ana Crowne Plaza Osaka in Namba district puts you 0.4 km away from the center and comes with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and an indoor swimming pool.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
With prices starting just from 27US$, cozy Guest House La Mer will create a home atmosphere during your stay. Guesthouse Sun is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Zojugoi Yasuidoton Dobokukiko Monument. Hotel Consort has a variety of family-friendly activities and also includes an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and an indoor swimming pool. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Eisho-ji Temple, such as Hearton Kita Umeda or Arietta Hotel Osaka.
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.