Hotel Nikko Osaka

Osaka, Japan

At a Glance

  • Award-winning city hotel offering chic and comfortable accommodation

  • Directly connected to Osaka Metro Shinsaibashi Station

  • Well-located close to popular shopping districts

  • Wide choice of international dining options

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The best and most popular times to visit Osaka are the climatically stable seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to November). The highlight of spring is the cherry-blossom season, which usually arrives in Osaka in early April. Bear in mind, though, that the blossoms are notoriously fickle, blooming any time from late March to mid-April. Autumn is an equally good time to travel, with pleasant temperatures and soothing autumn colours, which usually peak between late October and mid-November. Of course, you can visit Osaka at any time of year, although the summer, from June to August, can be very hot and humid, and winter can be a little chilly for some people’s taste.

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Description

An award-winning deluxe hotel located in central Osaka, the Nikko Osaka Hotel offers a superb range of chic and contemporary accommodation, a wide choice of dining options and is conveniently connected to the Osaka Metro.

The tastefully-furnished Nikko Osaka Hotel offers a range of deluxe accommodation in the heart of Osaka with a direct connection to the Osaka Metro Shinsaibashi Station. The hotel received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2017 and offers a range of sleek, modern rooms and suites occupying the 10th to 30th floors of the building. There is a wide choice of dining options, bars and lounges for relaxation and the hotel is located on the beautiful Midosuji Avenue lined with ginkgo trees. With many popular shopping districts within walking distance and easy transportation links to the surrounding area, the hotel is a fantastic option for those looking for a city centre hotel in Osaka.
 
The rooms are modern, chic and spacious. Standard amenities include Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, premium mattress and bed linens, seating area, en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV, air purifier, fridge and safe. Nikko Premium rooms and suites on the upper floors of the hotel enjoy panoramic views of Osaka Bay and Kobe to the west and Mount Ikoma to the east. Upgraded facilities include LCD TV, BOSE speakers, minibar, Nescafe Dolce Gusto single-serve coffee machine and modern urban seating area. Dining options include all-day buffet-style dining at Serena; Japanese cuisine at Benkay; Chinese cuisine at Toh-Lee; Teppanyaki dishes at Teppanyaki Icho and French cuisine at Les Celebrites. Bar and lounge areas include the 31st floor Sky Cruiser with wonderful cityscape views; Vol de Nuit piano bar; Tea Lounge Fountain for afternoon tea and the Lobby Lounge for relaxing over a coffee.
 
Guest facilities in the hotel also include a Karaoke room as well as a massage service on request. For modern and comfortable accommodation in central Osaka, the Nikko Osaka Hotel will not disappoint.
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Accommodation

This popular hotel has recently been renovated and guests can expect quality accommodation and décor with a modern aesthetic.   

Facilities

There is a massage service on request as well as a Karaoke room. The hotel is a popular wedding venue and has a chapel, wedding salon, ballroom and banqueting suite.

Activities

The hotel is well-placed to access all the major shopping areas of the city including the celebrated Minami shopping and entertainment district, while the Daimaru department store is located across the road. Further afield, Universal Studios Japan is 18-minutes by subway and train, while Osaka Castle is just 16-minutes by subway.

Experiences

  • Himeji

    Take a day trip from Osaka to visit the highlights of Himeji. Explore the Himeji temple and the beautiful Koko-en Gardens. Take a ropeway up Mt. Shosha and discover the Engyoji Temple. Return to Osaka by train.

  • Kyoto Day Trip

    Discover the best of Kyoto. The first stop is the famous Philosopher Walk. Make a quick visit of Heian Shrine, then spend some time at Teramachi. Explore the bustling Higashiyama District and head to the Kiyomizu Temple and the 'pottery street'.

  • Nara Exploration in a Day Trip

    Make a trip to Nara and visit the Deer Park, Todaiji and Kasuga Grand Shrine. In the afternoon, wander in the old town of Naramachi, with its charming Edo period architecture. If time permits, explore the ancient Gangoji Temple.

  • Whiskey & Bamboo Experience

    Today, we will visit the Suntory Yamazaki Distillery and the Take-no-michi Bamboo Road.

Location & directions

Osaka, Japan

The hotel is an 8-minute subway journey from Shin-Osaka Station, from where trains to Osaka Airport take 40-minutes, with both Kobe and Kyoto a 60-minute train ride away.

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