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The location of the hotel was great for sightseeing and eating. A little difficult to find from the train station but quickly accessible once you know the way.
Staff was really polite - only problem was having the return the key each time we left...More
Before our wedding, our family stayed at this hotel in Osaka, Japan. Definitely, price wise, it is expensive hotel. couple of hundred dollars per night. however, it is one of most well-known hotel, their service was really good. Also, we had dinner at the signature...More
hotel location is ok and the room is not bad, but to my great disappointment, the front desk guy is terribly rude. I will never book this hotel again. There are tons of hotels around namba. If you can't speak japanese then this is not...More
We booked this hotel thru a Japanese website and were able to get a better room rate. Having been to Japan several times, I was surprised to find that the room was not as small as I expected (semi double room). The bed was comfortable...More
USD 68 - USD 402 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When I reserved the double room, I believe I was given a full size. If it was a queen, then it was a small queen sized bed. As most Japanese hotel rooms are small in size, anything bigger than a full size (at Teikoku... More
When I reserved the double room, I believe I was given a full size. If it was a queen, then it was a small queen sized bed. As most Japanese hotel rooms are small in size, anything bigger than a full size (at Teikoku) might be too much. Otherwise, the place is nice and clean.
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"This hotel spontaneously offer the good service.Don't hope too much.Though it is true this hotel is one..."