Since 2018, Hotel Oriental Express Osaka Shinsaibashi has been hosting travellers from around the world. Osaka also known as Osaka Prefecture, is a designated city in the Kansai region. It is the largest component of the Keihanshin Metropolitan Area. and one of Japan's thriving financial hubs.
There are 124 guest rooms in Hotel Oriental Express Osaka Shinsaibashi. Shinsaibashi: consisting either of double or twin rooms. All guest rooms are non-smoking and furnished with Simmons Beautyrest mattresses.
Out of the two room types you can choose from, the first is one the Oriental Standard Twins with the room layout of a standalone bed with space in the middle of the unit.The second room choice is the Oriental Standard Double, a room with adjustable reading lamps right beside the comfortable bed. The hotel facilities also include a laundromat and a cafe on the first floor.
For room amenities, they include hand and bath towels, toothbrush set, shampoo and conditioner, nightwear, body and face wash, hairdryer, safe deposit box, standardised "Wi-Fi", TV, iron, electric kettle, floor lamps, humidifiers, and a warm water bidet. Both room types are also equipped with room phones with hands-free Bluetooth speaker function.Standardise time format as such: "Finally, do take note the ideal check-in time would be 3:00pm, and the check-out time is 11:00am..
Fancy some teatime? Try the hotel's on-site dining option called The Express Cafe: serving either Japanese, Western or Asian dishes, breakfast begins from 7:00am and ceases at 10:00am, with a last order at 9:30am. Alternatively, guests can also patronise the nearest convenience store, a 1-minute walk away from the hotel.
Another thing to take note is the hotel entrance would be locked from between 1:00am to 6:00am for security reasons, so do remember to bring your room keycard for access should you be returning between these hours.
There are plenty of local attractions that are close to this hotel; check out Shinsaibashi-suji shopping street with many restaurants, fast food outlets, jewellery stores, and boutiques. Other attractions include Osaka Castle, located in Chuo-ku Osaka which is an 11-minute drive (2.6km) away from the hotel, while Dotonbori Shopping Area features endless bargains and an iconic Glico Man, a mere 12-minute drive away (2km). In addition, check out Tombori River Cruise along the serene Tombori River, a short 7-minute drive away (1.3km) and finally, visit the Shimoakasaka Terraced Paddy Fields, a long but scenic 6 hour 50 minute drive away from the hotel.
The nearest airport to Hotel Oriental Express Osaka Shinsaibashi is the Osaka (Itami) International Airport, which is a short 12-minute monorail ride to Senri Chuo Station. From Senri Chuo Station, take the Osaka Metro Midosuji to Shinsaibashi Station, a 28-minute ride. Finally, Shinsaibashi Station, take a 4-minute walk to Hotel Oriental Express Osaka Shinsaibashi.
Alternatively, Hotel Oriental Express Osaka Shinsaibashi is a 24-minute drive (17.3km) from the airport itself. Staying at Hotel Oriental Express Osaka Shinsaibashi will definitely add much convenience to getting around Osaka, and be another great part of your journey across the Land of The Rising Sun.