Find a 3 Star Osaka Hotel and Shop in Japan

Find a 3 Star Osaka Hotel and Shop in Japan

Jody Houton

The city of Osaka in Japan has everything; huge skyscrapers, culture, castles and lots of great shopping centres. HotelTravel.com has a good selection of 3 star hotels in Osaka, which means your visit to the second biggest city in Japan need not be expensive as you think. Do some sightseeing, peruse the brand names as well as unique Japanese products, and return home with both memories and souvenirs.

Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka is situated in the Namba district, in the centre of Osaka. This unique hotel has a distinctive feel and style of a stately British manor. Despite appearances, it sits in the heart of this futuristic Japanese city and close by some vibrant shopping area – Dotonbori Street and Den Den Town shopping district. Here you will find a wide range of shops and stores from huge international brands to smaller traditional handicraft Japanese stores. The entertainment and shopping district of Shinsaibashi – named after a bridge that stills stands to this day – is also full of boutique stores and trendy eating establishments. Getting around is easy as the hotel is just one minute from Namba train station which has a direct line to Kansai International Airport.

Hearton Hotel Nishiumeda is in a very convenient location – just 11 kilometres away from Osaka International Airport – within walking distance of the main train station, JR Osaka Station. The hotel is also close to Umeda Underground Shopping Mall – which is a bit of an architectural marvel as the biggest underground store in Japan – and many conventional stores. An iconic structure in the area of Umeda – also known as Kita – is the Umeda Sky Building, which is immediately recognisable as it stretches high into the Osaka sky. Visitors are advised to go and savour the view from the rooftop observatory, The Floating Garden Observatory.

The compact and reasonably priced rooms at Apa Villa Tanimachi 4 Chome Ekimae can also be found in the bustling Namba district, which is of course nearby the extensive shopping facilities of Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori. Guests can choose to make use of the extensive conveniences at the hotel, including a swimming pool and business facilities, or go out and sightsee at locations including the historically significant Osaka Castle. A stroll around this beautiful landmark while learning about the samurai of yesteryear is a pleasant and thoroughly enjoyable afternoon out. Also nearby is the Osaka Museum of History and the Osaka Science Museum if you wanted to continue your learning while on holiday.

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