9 Best Business Hotels In Osaka, Japan - Updated 2022

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Osaka is known all over the world as the home of Universal Studios, Japan - among other things - but it is also home to bustling businesses, which makes it a familiar place for many business travelers. If you’re traveling to Osaka for the first time, you can check out these 9 best business hotels to make your work trip in Osaka a memorable one.

1. Hotel Monterey La Soeur Osaka (from USD 65)

Hotel Monterey La Soeur’s vintage aesthetic is sure to charm any traveler. Aside from its gorgeous interior, this hotel also features a Hot Springs Spa with a hot tub, sauna and open-air bath. It also has three different cuisines to choose from - French, Japanese and Chinese. Hotel Monterey La Soeur is a short walk from the Osaka Business Park Subway Station, making it an easy morning commute for travelers.


Hotel Monterey La Soeur Osaka

Address: Chuo-ku Shiromi 2-2-22

Non-smoking rooms Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Public Bath Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines Trouser press Designated smoking area All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized

2. Hotel Sun White (from USD 32)

Osaka is full of so many must-see gems that it’d be such a waste for any traveler to spend all their time only inside the hotel. For guests who stay at Hotel Sun White, they get the opportunity to be close to several sites in Osaka. The hotel has three nearby museums, one park and other establishments to visit.

It’s also only a minute’s walk away from the subway station and guests can enjoy a private hot tub, a work desk, a flat-screen TV and their own fridge.


Hotel Sun White

Wifi Available

Address: Chuo-ku Tanimachi 3-7-6
Accommodates: 10

Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities 24-hour front desk Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Family rooms Ironing service

3. Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Yodoyabashi (from USD 32)

Another hotel with a great location is the Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Yodoyabashi. It’s a short walk to Osaka Central Public Hall and it’s only a 10-minute drive to Osaka Castle. The hotel also serves a buffet breakfast with both Japanese and Western dishes. Mitsui Garden is perfect for laidback travelers too, with its casual ambiance and massage services.


Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Yodoyabashi

Wifi Available

Address: Chuo-ku Koraibashi 2-5-7
Accommodates: 10

Parking Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities 24-hour front desk Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Ironing service

4. APA Hotel Namba-Eki Higashi (from USD 29)

If you’re one who tries to balance fun with business, the APA Hotel is for you. This hotel is only an eight-minute walk from Dotonbori and the Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, a popular shopping spot for tourists and locals alike. It’s also a nine-minute walk from the famous Glico man billboard, and it’s an 18-minute drive from Osaka Castle.

This hotel also offers several dining options, including a breakfast buffet and has several useful amenities like toiletries, free WiFi and slippers.


APA Hotel Namba-Eki Higashi

Address: Chuo-ku Namba Sennichimae 4-29

Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities Parking CCTV outside property Luggage storage Daily housekeeping WiFi Available Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays Smoke alarms

5. APA Villa Hotel Osaka-Tanimachi 4 Chome-Ekimae (from USD 28)

APA Villa Hotel is for the practical business travelers who want more bang out of their buck. This hotel is right next to the Tanimachi-Yonchome Subway Station, so you don’t have to worry about waking up early for that morning commute. Hotel rooms come with an electric kettle, a fridge, toiletries and a work desk. Guests can also pay a visit to the on-site spa for some after-work relaxation.


APA Villa Hotel Osaka-Tanimachi 4 Chome-Ekimae

Address: Chuo-ku Noninbashi 1-1-27

Restaurant Thermometers for guests provided by property Lift Dry cleaning Access to health care professionals Cashless payment available Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas Vending machine (drinks)

6. Hotel Mystays Sakaisuji Honmachi (from USD 29)

Hotel Mystays is the type of hotel that takes your relaxation seriously. Its hotel rooms are designed to help you unwind, complete with video-on-demand films you can watch. You also get your own private bathroom, an electric kettle, and fridge. You can access their on-site massage services, too.

After relaxing, you can head out for a 15-minute stroll and reach Osaka Castle, or ride the subway to Dotonbori Shopping Street for a fun night out.


HOTEL MYSTAYS Sakaisuji Honmachi

Address: Chuo-ku Awajimachi 1-4-8

Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized Air conditioning Internet services Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Non-smoking rooms Dry cleaning

7. Daiwa Roynet Hotel Osaka-Kitahama (from USD 72)

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Osaka-Kitahama is connected directly to Kitahama Subway, making going around easier for travelers. Each room is equipped with work desks, air purifiers, video-on-demand movies upon request, and bathroom amenities, too. Guests can enjoy a breakfast buffet, complete with good coffee and take advantage of Daiwa Roynet Hotel’s great location, to reach other destinations like Kyoto and Osaka Castle Park.


Daiwa Roynet Hotel Osaka-Kitahama

Address: Chuo-ku Koraibashi 2-2-14

Process in place to check health of guests Fax/photocopying Physical distancing in dining areas Property is cleaned by professional cleaning companies All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized On-site parking Vending machine (drinks) Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas

8. Hotel Keihan Tenmabashi (from USD 40)

If you’re traveling with the family on your business trip and are planning a side excursion to Universal Studios Japan, Hotel Keihan Tenmabashi might just be for you. It’s only a 30-minute drive to the theme park and has spacious rooms that can accommodate a group.

You’ll also find your room equipped with a work desk, together with complimentary bathroom amenities, free WiFi, a fridge and a bathtub. The hotel also has massage services and two Japanese restaurants you can choose from.


Hotel Keihan Tenmabashi

Address: Chuo-ku Tanimachi 1-2-10

Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas Fax/photocopying Designated smoking area Security alarm CCTV in common areas Process in place to check health of guests Laundry Cashless payment available

9. Hotel Shin-Imamiya (from USD 13)

Want a more traditional Japanese experience for less? Hotel Shin-Imamiya is the place for you. Its rooms are decorated in Japanese-style decor, complete with futon bedding. You can also choose to avail of their capsule rooms, equipped with sleeping pods.

Guests are welcome to use their shared kitchen for their own meals and use the communal sauna, available on-site. They can also avail of massage services in the hotel, for added relaxation.


Hotel Shin-Imamiya

Address: Nishinari-ku Haginochaya 1-2-20

Thermometers for guests provided by property Internet services CCTV outside property Heating Physical distancing rules followed Air conditioning Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay 24-hour front desk

Make your business trip worthwhile in Osaka

Take your Osaka experience to the next level with these comfortable yet affordable options for your next business trip. Whether it’s an on-site restaurant serving authentic Japanese cuisine, or a totally traditional Japanese experience altogether, you can find it here, in Osaka.

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