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I booked a dorm, but got upgraded to a private with no additional cost! It was a pleasant surprise! The room was very clean and comfortable. Would definitely stay here again, especially for a private at the price that I paid. The only downside is that you don't really get to meet anyone because it's really like a hotel rather than a hostel.
Nice, clean and cheap hotel. Located couple of minutes walk from JR and subway station. The neighbourhood is a bit dodgy but still safe (it's Japan after all). I would totally recommend it.
Clean, tidy and great value. The guys on the desk upgraded my room to a private for 3 days for the same value as a 8 bed dorm. Brilliant value. The place was great, but not much chance of meeting many people. Would only recommend to single travelers if you want some time to yourself.
The staff were professional and provided assistance when required.
It's a hotel, instead of hostel, in which way the receptionists will just give you some very basic and general answers to your question, that's not very helpful. Besides, I sleep alone in a four-bed room, seems quite worthy, despite I want some good atmosphere with other backpackers.
This place was so nice, I came here with a friend just to spend one night before heading to Kyoto and we booked a dorm. When er arrived they gave us a private room for the same price! Reallt nice staff and they can answer all of your questions. Very clean and in a good area.
small well-designed hostel, clean and good location, friendly staff
Very good anything for stay this hotel. And. He help me send lunge bag to next hotel.
Everything is good. Next time I will be here again.
It is my 2nd times stay in this hotel. It is very close to the JR Shin-imamiya station and close to many sight-seeing location. Value for money and this time I stay in twin room and just costs around 6,000 yen per night for 2 persons. I would recommend this hotel to every traveler who is looking for budgeted hotel.
The hotel's location is convenience. As a business hotel, its facilities is enough for short stay. The only thing to be concerned is that is locates at inner streets that would be a bit too quite and dark at night.
Great little discovery. Hard to find in the maze of Osaka streets. make sure to google it. Easy to get to everywhere though once you're settled in.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 41+
- (1 review)
Great, fridge in room, kumono's, cheap washing, kitchen, clean, less 1min from train station, supermarket about 150m with meals about $4 and 50% off after 830pm. You can also walk 800m north to DenDen Town. Staff friendly but dont speak alot of english but this is very normal for Japan. Pillows are bad tho, like sleeping on 2 phone books. Wifi good when it works but better than the more expensive hotels i stayed in. Every time i go 2 Osaka I'd stay here! Best value in my whole 4month holiday.
It was GREAT!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
When we first went to check in the people at the desk were speaking very quickly and kind of rushed our check in for no reason. However after talking to them over the one week I stayed here they seemed very friendly and were very helpful. The rooms we were given were very very spacious and very neat. The facilities were great; we had no use for the kitchen but it looked very clean and a good amount of washing machines. The area that the hotel was in was not so great - very very shady and dirty.
Nice, small private room with a fridge. Staff very helpful and professional.
The single rooms are very small, but the twin double room is a pretty great value! The hostel was easy to find and very close to both the JR circle line and the subway.
Only a few minutes from subway and is on the airport line. Rooms were more hotel like than hostel which was great for the comfort aspect (pillows were amazing!) but no lockers in a dorm room, and one key is needs to operate the air con, so when we left, air con went off for everyone! Great value for money hostel in Japan though, and to have basic kitchen facilities is a bonus. Free wifi worked well too!