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Overall the hotel was great. Easy to find, close to everything and they go above and beyond to make you feel comfortable.
Location was close to Nipponbashi which was excellent but it is a hotel so there is little in the way of atmosphere.
It`s a hotel called hostel. Very good bath and facilities.
Hotel that has two dorm rooms. Great security and facilities. Nobody was in my dorm room the two nights I stayed. Ask for the discount card at front desk - will get 10% off at familymart, 100 yen shop and a 24hr diner.
It's a great place to stay if you want some quiet and space. It's spacious, unless you sleep on the top bunk where clearly it's not made for the average person. But there are a lot better places near by that allow the same for less and involve more socializing.
This is a good hostel. it is located in a good place nearby an old part of Osaka, a little bit far from the main stations if you are thinking to make connections to other cities. Nevertheless, it has an easy access to the subway and metro system. The staff is friendly and helpful. The rooms are big and clean. Biggest 6 bed room i have ever stay in my life.
All is excellent
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (1 review)
Clean, very near to station, helpful staff, the room is really nice and spacious. We got early check in..probably bcause we had too many luggage with us that made the lobby looks crowded...or maybe the receptionist feel sorry seeing our tired faces... :p
This hostel was more like a hotel than a hostel. There was one staff member that I spoke to with very good English. This place is conveniently placed very close to the closest JR station so its easy to get around if you have a JR pass. The room were very clean and big for a 5 bed dorm. The only thing was that the top bunks were a little difficult to get into and were quite a squeeze. Just don't get up too fast or you'll hit your head haha.
It reminded me more of a hotel than a hostel since the facilities were great! Everything is as clean as it could be, some members of the staff speak really good English and the 6 bed room was quite spacious, which is rare in Japan. Jazz music in the lounge is another plus :)
Good experience overall. Though one bathroom for a 6 person dorm doesn't seem to be enough. I loved that this hostel had curtains for its beds which was a huge plus. Location was good in that it is right next to a subway line and walkable distance to spa world and shinseki. The sheets and pillow covers all had gross stains, but the shower and toilet were clean.
The hostel was conveniently located near the metro stations and about an easy 20 minute walk from the main shopping and restaurant areas. The hotel staff were very nice and polite. The rooms were decent and comfortable. They offer free coffee and tea in the mornings which is always a plus :)
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)