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Reviewed 12 September 2015

Little bit outside the most sights. Room even small, was OK. Very clean. Breakfast is downstairs, pretty basic selection. No gourmet experience, but enough to start your day.

Staff in reception should practice their English. Only understanding very basic questions seemed sometimes difficult. Friendly service thought

Room Tip: Definitely get room as high as possible
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled solo
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Thank jartsam
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Reviewed 17 August 2014

I really appreciate japanese hotels high standard of cleaness. Staff welcoming and helpful, very professional.
Good location just outside the citycentre. A short walk to the metro.
Osaka's Castle can be reached with a nice 30 min walk from the hotel. There are a few small restaurants near the hotel. Nice small Japanese room, delicious simple breakfast (Japanese style). You can pick your fresh yukata nightdress for free. Free wifi in the lobby. Recomended.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Cosmopolitaly
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Reviewed 17 August 2013

Stayed for one night in this simple, bit old but clean hotel. Bit outside of the center. Seems mostly business guests. The staff is friendly and helpful.
The only double-bed rooms they have are the ones in the corner close to the road. It's about three layers/levels of road with cars rushing by right outside the window ;-) But the isolation is pretty good so sleep quality is still ok. The rooms are clean but a bit old. And tiny, folded around the bed and there is barely room for suitcases. The bathroom is completely plastic.
The room we were assigned had a bad smell. So we requested and got directly another one.
It's in the middle of two subway stations and a bit of a walk from either one. Not too comfortable when carrying large suitcases. When we arrived at the exit of the subway station we couldn't find or see the hotel and by passers also didn't know it. So ended up taking a taxi to get here. There is another, larger, Toyoko Inn close (closer to the subway station) so take care not to mix them up.
Breakfast is in the reception area, complementary, simple but ok and nutritious.
Everything about the hotel says low budget, no extras but clean, efficient, functional and low price.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Michael M
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Reviewed 7 January 2013 via mobile

This Toyoko inn is close to Osaka Castle and is conveniently located between two subway stations. The staff is friendly, courteous, and helpful. We availed of the breakfast on our last day (although breakfast is complimentary for the entire stay) and it was quite good.

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Thank Achie
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Reviewed 19 December 2010

This relatively new hotel is conveniently situated at a main intersection, and is within a short walking distance to the Tanimachi-4 chome subway station. It doesn’t have a grand lobby, but it’s ideal for lone travelers or two to a room; not really for families. One of the two receptionists understood English fairly well and was extremely helpful.

Next door is a 24/7 convenience store where you can get snacks and other needs. The accommodations come with free buffet breakfast, albeit the selections are limited – bottomless coffee or tea, rolls, sticky rice, miso soup, sweet beans, sausages, a noodle-and-vegetable dish, and various sorts of pickled vegetables. There are also vending machines for drinks and snacks at the cafeteria.

There isn’t much for a tourist to see around the area except for the Osaka Castle, the NHK Building, and the Osaka Museum of History, which are about a 10-minute walk away. Otherwise, there are only high-rise office buildings all around.

My room was pocket-sized, and didn’t have a nice view, but had all the amenities I needed – Internet access in the room, a safe, a tea server, a ref, a high-def flat-screen TV, and even a trouser press. The bed was extremely comfortable – with a plush comforter and high-thread-count sheets – and was perfect for a restful sleep before my flight the next day.

The toilet was spotless, and I had the feeling I was probably the room’s first occupant. It had a bidet and a seat with all the high-tech, push-button conveniences. As I was about to leave, I needed to print out a few maps and details about the shopping areas near the airport, and the English-speaking receptionist directed me to a printer at the lobby. The printing service is free of charge. They courteously allowed me to leave my luggage at the desk after I checked out (in most of Japan, check-out times are too early at 10 AM; and check-in, too late at 4 PM) and needed a couple of hours to walk around the area prior to taking a cab to the airport.

In all, I think this establishment gave me good value for my money, and I would definitely check in again at one of this chain’s hotels in the future.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled solo
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Thank Sajimas
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