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Reviewed 17 April 2016
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A really good hotel with fantastic food. The teppanyaki restaurant is a world best. The hotel is about 25 minutes by bus from umeda, the central part of Osaka. That is fine if you are in a relaxed mode. Business people may prefer to be...More
The carpets are old but the hotel service is okay. They have a shuttle going to Osaka Station from the hotel vice-versa in every 30 mins -- very convenient. Also, if you're are going to Universal Studios, they have a shuttle that will take you...More
Large room with lovely view . Staff courteous and helpful, particularly staff at front office and at the Lounge Bar restaurant on 28th floor.
Convenient half hour shuttle bus to hotel from Kansai international airport plus complimentary shuttle to Osaka station.
The room is clean and spacious, breakfast have great variety and taste good! Great service and friendly staff, they offers help before you ask. Shuttle service is convenient when travel to town. Will definitely return to this hotel again.
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To be honest, there are not many vegan options in Japan. Tokyo offers some as the foreign population here is a lot bigger than any other locations in Japan. For Osaka, the majority of the foreign visitors are from Asia and... More
To be honest, there are not many vegan options in Japan. Tokyo offers some as the foreign population here is a lot bigger than any other locations in Japan. For Osaka, the majority of the foreign visitors are from Asia and vegan options are hard to get in Osaka unless you request very specifically when ordering food. You can search in happycow site which lists vegan restaurants around Japan.