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Hotel lobby at 22nd floor. Quite artsy at the lobby entrance. Room is big and clean. No free bottle water inside room. View is superb, right at center. Directly exit from subway station, but quiet confusing because exit 30 is not listed at the big...More
We stayed in a twin room with magnificent city view. The room was fairly large with big comfortable beds. One of the bed was next to the wall giving the room more space. The space is comfortable for our family of four (we have a...More
Excellent location, close to OCAT bus terminal and walking distance to many points of interest in south Osaka. We got an upgrade to our reservation. The room is spacious, and has a nice view of the city. Price of room is very reasonable.
If possible I will return to stay at this hotel for my next trip. Location of the hotel is excellent, convenient for dinning, travel and also shoping. Breakfast is good but should be changed for more varieties every two or three days because my stay...More
Nearest hotel for airport transfer. Fast and easy. I walked there with 4 bags. I am glad that I trusted the hotelier's advise. The room is good for 2. The location is only good for travelling by JR not subway.
In Japan, you can never expect a very spacious room in a normal hotel but I think the room size of this hotel is reasonable. My friend has reserved a triple room when we were there. It is ok coz it will be slightly larger... More
In Japan, you can never expect a very spacious room in a normal hotel but I think the room size of this hotel is reasonable. My friend has reserved a triple room when we were there. It is ok coz it will be slightly larger than a twin bed room. With an extra bed, you still have a little space moving around.
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"We stayed on the 30th floor with views to the bay, occasionally you would hear sirens, but that didn't..."