Best Hotels in Osaka, Japan: From Cheap to Luxury Accommodations and Places to Stay

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Best Budget Hotels in Osaka

Khaosan World Namba

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Offering spacious rooms, huge common areas and exceptional service — combine that with its great location — then Khaosan World is a great hostel in Osaka to stay in.

To love: Great value | Landmark: Osaka Namba Station | Price starts from: $20~

J-Hoppers Osaka Guesthouse

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Surrounded by amazing bars, izakaya and restaurants along with the city’s top highlights, you will surely enjoy staying in this homey hostel in Osaka!

To love: Location | Landmark: Osaka Namba Station | Price starts from: $20~

Guesthouse U-En

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This is one of the best hostels in Osaka and you will even get a glimpse of how it is to live in a traditional-style Japanese house given its wonderful interiors. (There are choices of either bunk bed or private rooms)

To love: Ambiance | Landmark: Nakanoshima Station | Price starts from: $25~

Osaka Hana Hostel

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Located in downtown Shinsaibashi, this property has an excellent location apart from its spacious rooms and amenities that won’t hurt your travel budget.

To love: Great value | Landmark: Yotsubashi Station | Price starts from: $25~

Sakura La An

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With its homey ambiance, sunny terrace, and comfortable rooms, you will easily feel right at home here in Sakura La An. Truly a top choice for budget places to stay in Osaka!

To love: Ambiance | Landmark: Naniwabashi Station | Price starts from: $30~

Best Mid-Range Hotels in Osaka

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Osaka Kitahama

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With the ease of access from the connected subway station, this is one of the hotels in Osaka that are of great value given its spacious rooms that are reasonably priced.

To love: Great value | Landmark: Kitahama Station | Price starts from: $40~

Red Roof Plus Osaka Namba

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Boasting a prime location in Osaka, will surely make your stay in the city a lot more hassle-free! Naturally, the rooms and amenities don’t disappoint.

To love: Location | Landmark: Nippombashi Station | Price starts from: $60~

The Park Front Hotel at Universal Studios Japan™

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Like I’ve mentioned, a lot of tourists go to Osaka to see Universal Studios Japan. If you also plan to visit, this is the best hotel to base yourself in — which has lots of great amenities too!

To love: Close proximity to USJ | Landmark: Universal City Station | Price starts from: $80~

Hotel Universal Port

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This is also a great hotel that’s near to USJ! The best difference of this from the Park Front is that Hotel Universal Port has fun-themed concept rooms like Despicable Me, and others.

To love: Location | Landmark: Universal City Station | Price starts from: $90~

HOTEL THE FLAG Shinsaibashi

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Features an outdoor pool and a stone-paved sun terrace with a sea view. This family-run complex also includes a bar and restaurant.

To love: Amenities | Landmark: Nippombashi Station | Price starts from: $100~

Best Luxury Hotels in Osaka

Hotel Hankyu International

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Boasting panoramic views over the city, this is one of the best luxury hotels in Osaka that offers elegant rooms, spacious saunas, and rich amenities.

To love: Location | Landmark: Nakatsu Station | Price starts from: $170~

Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel

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This is a top-rated 5-star hotel that offers spacious rooms, varied restaurants, and varied amenities among many others.

To love: Panoramic views | Landmark: Osaka Abenobashi Station | Price starts from: $200~

Intercontinental Hotel Osaka

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Found on the top floors of the new Grand Front Osaka mall, this will prove to be a great place to stay while in the city.

To love: Indoor pool | Landmark: Nakatsu Station | Price starts from: $200~

The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka

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Indulge in this luxury hotel’s European-style decor. If you want to step it up, don’t forget to dine in its Michelin star French restaurant!

To love: Amenities | Landmark: Nishi Umeda Station | Price starts from: $200~

Conrad Osaka

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For the utmost luxury, check in to Conrad and you’ll get to enjoy its spacious rooms, grand amenities, and dining options.

To love: Panoramic views | Landmark: Higobashi Station | Price starts from: $300~

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With an urban city like Osaka, it is expected that it is packed with tons of amazing accommodation choices and places to stay — HOWEVER, there are only a select few that can bring you the best value for your money and time. So hopefully with this list, I can help you make an informed decision for your upcoming staycation. Enjoy!

Overall

With an urban city like Osaka, it is expected that it is packed with tons of amazing accommodation choices and places to stay — HOWEVER, there are only a select few that can bring you the best value for your money and time.

So hopefully with this list, I can help you make an informed decision for your upcoming staycation. Enjoy!

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4 Comments

  1. Jennifer

    Hi Aileen! I love your blog! I will defintely try the itineraries you mentioned once I have finalized my trip to Japan this year :)
    By the way, do you have any idea if it is worth it if you stay in a ryokan than a hostel ?

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    • Aileen Adalid

      Thanks Jennifer! A ryokan is a nice experience — but it’s quite expensive, so go for it at least once if you really want to. Otherwise, if you’re on a budget, go for hostels or Airbnbs :) Hope that helps!

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  2. Izzy Matias

    Thank you for this, Aileen! I’m planning my trip to Japan and this is so helpful :)

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    • Aileen Adalid

      I’m happy to hear this, Izzy! Let me know how your trip goes :D

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