Travelodge Opens New Oaska Property

Travelodge Honmachi Osaka opens its door this week, making its debut in the lively neighborhood of Midosuji, Osaka’s busiest shopping street.

Located within walking distance of the Shinsaibashi retail district, iconic entertainment district Namba, and the main Yodoyabashi financial district, the hotel boasts charm for guests travelling for business purposes. The hotel is also accessible to two subway stations and four lines, allowing efficient travel throughout the Kansai area and beyond. With easy access to Osaka Station, Shin-Osaka Station, Itami Airport, and Kansai Airport, it is ideal for guests travelling from all over Japan and overseas.

The new hotel’s 138 guest rooms embrace a minimalist contemporary design with creative black and white wall murals inspired by Osaka’s famous landmarks, giving guests a peaceful retreat from the contrast of Osaka’s busy sights, sounds, flavours, and thrills. Ideal for short-stay and long-stay, all rooms are equipped with en-suite bathrooms featuring bathtubs to recharge after a long day, as well as mattresses from the brand France Bed, promising a comfortable night’s sleep. Each room features a 40-inch TV with built-in screen mirroring to stream your favourite show and is equipped with complimentary high-speed Internet access to keep guests connected. A distinctive touch on the local scene, the hotel’s Friends & Family room caters to the needs of groups travelling together who prefer to share a room with more space.

As the name “The Social” suggests, the space next to the reception on the second floor is a socializing area ideal for long-stay guests and business travellers looking to work and relax beyond the guest room. Breakfast features a variety of Japanese and Western dishes prepared with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The menu includes takoyaki and okonomiyaki, Osaka’s most famous local food. The Social’s ambience inspires the space with better facilities to accommodate business travellers’ needs, such as bench desks with many power outlets. From 10 am to 22 pm, the space can be used as a coworking space, which also opens to walk-in guests from the local community.

Travelodge Honmachi Osaka opens its door this week, making its debut in the lively neighborhood of Midosuji, Osaka's busiest shopping street.

The hotel also has a self-service laundromat and an indoor parking lot. The facility allows local guests travelling by car to park their vehicles while international guests on private tours can also enjoy the facility. With such amenities and conveniences, Travelodge Honmachi Osaka aims to be the first choice for the increasing number of travellers who need a fuss-free, relaxing place to conveniently explore the city and conduct business activities.

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