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ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka

City Center, 0.32 mi

4.3/5

1-3-1 Dojimahama

Kita-Ku

Osaka-shi, 530-0004

Japan


Reservations:
1 877 2 CROWNE

Front Desk:
81-6-63471112

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InterContinental Hotels Osaka

City Center, 0.57 mi

4.7/5

3-60, Ofuka-cho

Kita-ku

Osaka, 5300011

Japan


Reservations:
1 888 IC HOTELS

Front Desk:
81-6-63745700

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Holiday Inn Osaka Namba

City Center, 2.1 mi

4.2/5

5-15, Soemon-cho, Chuo-ku

Osaka, 542-0084

Japan


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81-6-62127999

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ANA Crowne Plaza Kobe

City Center, 17.33 mi

4.3/5

1-Chome Kitano-Cho

Chuo-Ku

Kobe-shi, 650-0002

Japan


Reservations:
1 877 2 CROWNE

Front Desk:
81-78-2911121

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ANA Crowne Plaza Kyoto

City Center, 25.96 mi

4.4/5

Nijojo-Mae, Horikawa-Dori

Nakagyo-Ku

Kyoto-shi, 604-0055

Japan


Reservations:
1 877 2 CROWNE

Front Desk:
81-75-2311155

Visiting Osaka – A City Guide

Osaka is a booming Japanese port city famous for specialty shops, street food, expert knifemaking and neon-lit entertainment districts. Ultra-modern skyscrapers tower above its historic alleyways and waterways, while feudal-era gardens and temples stand amid futuristic 21st-century malls and theme parks.

Osaka: City Layout and Top Attractions

The Port of Osaka lies in a deep bay where the Yodo River opens into the Pacific Ocean. Attractions such as Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan and Universal Studios Japan line the waterfront.

Old canals crisscross two central districts, Kita and Minami, connected by the main thoroughfare of Midōsuji Boulevard. Bars and restaurants line the water along Dotonbori Canal in Namba, also known as Minami. Kita, often referred to as Umeda, is home to skyscrapers like the Umeda Sky Building, with a view of the city from its Floating Garden Observatory.

To the south and east, Shitennō-ji temple and iconic Osaka Castle help preserve the city’s past.

Eating Out in Osaka

Osaka is known as “Japan’s Kitchen,” harboring an active foodie scene. Lively grill restaurants and street vendors thrive around the Dotonbori district, serving casual fare such as kushikatsu skewers and takoyaki octopus dumplings. Evenings are perfect for relaxing in Nakanoshima’s riverside cafés.

Many Osaka hotels cluster in the heart of bustling Kita (Umeda). You can redeem your IHG® Rewards Club points for a stay at InterContinental® Osaka, within walking distance of HEP Five Ferris Wheel at Grand Front Osaka. You also have easy access to Pierre, the hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant, as well as lively street dining and underground food courts offering traditional sushi, tempura and noodle specialties. Master chefs in skyscraper restaurants and high-rise Osaka hotels prepare formal, multi-course kaiseki meals while you enjoy the view.

Shopping in Osaka

Osaka rivals Tokyo for its variety of shopping streets and districts. Kita thrives with department stores and underground malls such as Osaka Station City and Whity Umeda, many connected to major transit hubs near Osaka business hotels. Namba, near major hotels in Osaka, is home to Americamura, a vibrant urban village of vintage clothing shops.

Shinsaibashi, a covered arcade lined with international brand stores and upmarket independent boutiques, serves as the city’s main commercial thoroughfare. To find bargain gifts and souvenirs, visit the discount stores along Tenjinbashi-suji.

Culture & Nightlife in Osaka

Historic landmarks and museums such as Osaka Municipal Museum of Fine Art encapsulate Osaka culture, featuring atmospheric galleries of scrolls and woodblock prints. In Chuo Ward, near many business hotels in Osaka, you can learn about feudal Japan at Osaka Castle and the nearby Osaka Museum of History.

Osaka is the birthplace of bunraku puppetry, an art form still practiced by masters at the National Bunraku Theatre. Japan’s prominent concert hall for classical music, The Symphony Hall, hosts many international orchestras.

To spend extra time in the Namba entertainment district near Dotonbori Canal, you can book IHG Hotels directly for “YOUR RATE” offers. Dining, shopping and nightlife are eclectic and lively at places such as Namba Hips, which also includes an archery range, golf course and karaoke joint. 

Latest Osaka Hotel Reviews


Lovely experience
By Novelnat
My husband and I love this hotel. We have been here 3 times and look forward to going back. The staff is welcoming, the hotel is lovely, and the rooms are so comfortable. The location is walking [More] distance from the Nijo castle, Riverwalk, and the royal palace. Though we did not take advantage of the facilities there is a sauna and some nice restaurants on property, as well [Less]
Welcome drink was good
By Auisan
As a plutonium member of IHG reward club, and also as a plutonium member of ANA mileage club, I got 4 welcome drink tickets. I went to the lobby lounge and the bar to enjoy complimentary drinks. [Less]
Very nice hotel with friendly staff
By kam2012
It was a very pleaseant stay of 3 nights in Kyoto. The hotel shuttle bus to and from Kyoto Station is very handy and comfortable. All the hotel staff are polite and helpful. Wiil recommend it to our [More] friends visiting Kyoto. [Less]
Excellent service, as always
By alptraveller
This was the third time I've stayed at the InterContinental Osaka. All the staff members were kind, polite and professional and made me feel welcome. This is one of my favourite InterContinental [More] hotels around the world and I've stayed in more than 50. The room is spacious and nicely decorated. [Less]
comfortable stay, either business or leisure
By SH39
great view of Osaka, comfortable room and bathroom. [Less]
Memorable experience at bar
By Joanne
We had a late night drink at the bar, and one of our friends was having his birthday on 29 Feb. I asked the staff if a cake was available. The bar did not serve cake and did not allow us to bring our [More] own, and I asked if a cocktail with candle can be made. The bartender then prepared a cocktail completed with fruits and decorations and candle, which gave our friend a very nice surprise. Thanks a lot! [Less]
Nice hotel
By Chris
Staff are very proactive to approach guest and ask whether they need any assistance. If you set an appointment call and unable to wake up, they would come to your room and wake you up/check on you [More] personally. [Less]
Fine business hotel
By Sue Nym
Overall a fine business hotel. Staff is very accommodating and helpful, property is in good shape, a colleague of mine had to set up a conference call on short notice and they helped get the meeting [More] room set up for it with a Polycom phone. My only complaints are that I would like later cocktail service in the club lounge, because it is hard to get there by 7:30 after a dinner somewhere, and the physical setup of the hotel is a bit of a pain, because to get to the ground floor you typically have to take a "local" elevator to the express one to get down. They can't do much about that, though, it is how the hotel is built. [Less]
Four Days
By 138E-GM
I liked so many things about the ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka that I will limit myself to three (3) topics to stay. 1. The guest room is excellent. Unlike all other hotels with dim lighting, the ANA [More] Crowne Plaza has brightly lit guest rooms which greatly enhances my work productivity by allowing me to read documents and my computer screen with ease. I also like the strong water pressure in the shower and the toiletries provided. The bathroom feels like a mini-spa. 2. Cafe in the Park is the best hotel breakfast buffet I have ever been to. The mix of Western and Japanese dishes is amazing and the food quality is 5-star. Everything is very tasty and beautifully presented. 3. The Club Lounge is my favorite part of the hotel. The wood paneling and furniture provides a warm and relaxing environment. The views of Osaka through the large windows are spectacular. But most of all, the staff in the Lounge makes every minute in the Lounge seem like heaven. The staff is helpful, friendly and polite. My trip was for business and the staff provided excellent service in setting up the Conference Room and making sure our meetings went without a problem. On my last day in Osaka, I took personal time to visit the Kofuns in Sakai City. The one staff member in particular took great effort to provided me with detailed information about the Nintoku Kofun and the Sakai City Museum - especially how to get there, the hours and what I can see. I greatly appreciate the effort she put into helping me. [Less]
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