Ramada Osaka Hotel34.71100356106458, 135.497265458107
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
Seibi Park is 0.2 miles away and Toyosaki Shrine is only a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The accommodation stands 200 feet from Nakatsu subway station. Within a 15-minute walk guests will also find the giant red Hep Five Ferris Wheel.
Osaka railroad station is 15 minutes on foot from this hotel.
A safe box, a minibar, an iron and ironing board are offered in the rooms of the property.
Eat & Drink
Asaura Coffee is 300 feet away from Ramada.
A buffet breakfast is served at the price of JPY 2300 per person per day.
High-speed internet access is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Public parking is possible on site at BRL 1200 per day.
Year renovated: 2006. Number of floors: 16. Number of rooms: 548.
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Meeting facilities
- Wheelchair access
- Conference room
- City landmarks
the location was good for city break in osaka. restaurants and bars nearby.
Could not be improved in any way.
Good Location connected to metro station... but a bit old and need refurbishment... room & bathroom were very small & basic
Small Room But This Is Tokyo; English Speaking Staff Who Can Help With A Lot
Well organised, clean, excellent deli service, Manager should be congratuated
Not as centralasI would have liked
Subway station very nearby. Walking distance to JR Osaka station and Umeda shopping district. Free (wired) internet in rooms and wi-fi in hotel public areas. Friendly staff who do their best. I love this place and will always turn to it as my first option if I am in Osaka.
Rooms are quite small but this is standard for Japan.
The hotel is located in a business area which is quiet but close to a lot of restaurants. We used the hotel as a base for going to Kyoto, Kobe and Nara which is very easy if you have a Japan Rail Pass. The hotel has an underground walkway to the subway and from that staion, Nakatsu, you can reach Shin-Osaka in 5 minutes and central Osaka in 10 minutes. Great view from the room overlooking the Osaka skyline.
We had problems with our room key (card) which seemed to be outdated/disfunctional at least once a day. This is really annoying when you are tired and you are standing with shopping bags and aching feet outside your door on the 25th floor. Other guests had the same problem with their keys as well. The lack of english skills of the front desk staff did not speed up solving the problem.
Location is good. It's directly connected to subway station.
When I checked out, I requested invoice, but they did't. They explained that invoice cannot be issued as the hotel fee was charged to my credit card account. This is very incovenient for business person. I will not stay this hotel again and will not recommed my colleagues especially for business trip purpose.