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532-0011 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Yodogawa-ku Nishinakajima 2-13-32 – Show map
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Hotel Claiton Shin-Osaka's staff speaks: Japanese, English
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Food & Drink
Restaurant With Dining Menu
Free! Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs JPY 1500 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Location is good for travelers using Osaka as a base, as it's near Shin - Osaka and Osaka stations, easily connected by subway. The immediately surrounding area isn't that amazing for sites or places to eat. The staff was kind and helpful. The facilities in the room were nothing special but the room was clean.
Double room was very small for 2 people. Also you have to pay to watch TV which I'm not accustomed to.
Easy to get from shin-osaka station, 24 hours reception desk, coin laundry. We had a room on the opposite side of railway, so trains did not disturb us. Hotel staff gave us a very nice map of the local area with shops, cafés etc.
For us everything was even better, than we expected, but I' ll suggest people who can't sleep well ask hotel staff in advance about the availability of a silent room, just not to get bad impressions about a hotel.
Close to JR and subway train lines with some great places to eat within walking distance. Clean hotel and friendly staff speak pretty good English.
vending machine with alcohol layout of the room
breakfast(Not worth the 900yen) location Pillow/bed, (It was like a hard bean bag) Furnishings(Old and worn)
located in a quiet neighborhood, close to train and subway, with basics like convenience stores and some restaurants within walking distance
subway station undergoing renovation and it was a steep stairs climb to get to and from train. really small room and even smaller bathroom but i guess that's to be expected in japan.
Very comfortable, great value, all amenities provided and worked well (like wifi), the bath and spa on L2, close to subway and several convenience stores.
While the train line that runs right past the hotel did not bother us in our room on L5, it might for others. Handing the key to reception as you left seemed odd. Really, those are all trivial matters.
We were having pleasant stay at this hotel. Good location, close to MRT (M14), lots of eat out places and convenience stores nearby. Staff are friendly and helpful some speak good English. Room cleaning everyday and free wifi. Nothing to complain about so far.
For Japan, the room was "large". Nice view at 9th floor. Silence since it was at the opposite side of the railway. The Claiton is not in downtown but near to subway station (on Midosuji line) and Hankiu railway.
Hotel is not easy to find. Furniture is a little old fashioned.
Room had everything. Laundry was good and massage chairs too. Room was a bit small but comfortable enough
Spa only for men... The trains nearby made our room vibrate a bit which we found funny but maybe it may annoy some people
The location! It's a few minutes away from the train station, two stops away from Umeda and about six stops from Namba. It's quiet, and there are two 24-hour convenience stores with ATM nearby where you can buy food, water, etc. There's also a 24-hour diner right around the corner. There are vending machines and coin operated washing machines on the 2nd floor of the hotel. The staff also gives you a map with all the important places circled so you'll know exactly where to go.
The rooms are a bit too small, but that's about it.
Good value for the money, one subway stop away from Shin-Osaka. Most parts of central Osaka are only one or two subway trains away. Staff speak English well. Has an onsen, though I did not use it and it is men-only.
Facilities haven't been updated in a few decades it seems - toilets and faucets dripped noisily at times. Biggest issue is the rail line across the street - if you're looking for quiet during the day, you won't get it. The level crossing alert rings incessantly. Trains do stop around midnight.
Not easy to spot the hotel in the first day
Location, very near to metro station. Staff super helpful. Free wifi everywhere.
a bit noisy from train by the hotel but great spa facilities..
The hotel is ok. Good for a night's stay.
Location is a bit far from shin osaka station (For mature couple)
There was no controlled air conditioning system.. The room was hot all the time and I had to open the window to lower the room temperature.. Luckily Osaka temperature was not high at that time..
Free public bath for men. Free massage chair. Great vending machines, dryers, and washers. Location is not bad.
very old room that probably needs renovation very soon. Not good if you plan to use this as a hub to another nearby city like Kobe and Kyoto because you need to take a subway to Shin-Osaka first.
The hotel was very clean, the staff very helpful. Communication was no problem as they could speak English.
When you first enter, the smell of the room was so strong, never mind the small size.
Reasonable price, we can walk from/to Shinkansen station.service mind of staff are too high...I really appreciate it.
Location and beaktas was Ok
The staff didnt speak so much English
Nice room and facilities, especially the common hot bath (for men only). Many good restaurants and bars around. Close to (non-JR) subway station. 15 min walk to Shinkansen station (Shin-Osaka). You get more than what you pay for. Will definitely come back.
The room is a bit small but totally sufficient.
nice location and kind staff
-close to station but it's a little bit difficult to find it the first time you've been there -about 10 min walk to jr station -in the middle of the night you may hear some noise from the train but it's not that loud to make you stay up all night
Location service onsen is clean
Only onsen for men too small room
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