Ideally situated opposite the city’s main station and Grand Front Mall and with a variety of on-site dining options and amenities, Hilton Osaka provides the perfect retreat from the busy city.
Enjoy breathtaking city views from recently renovated guestrooms that combine traditional Japanese design with a host of contemporary comforts including a cotton kimono, slippers, magazines, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Whether conducting business, keeping fit or spending time with family, Hilton Osaka has something for everyone. An indoor pool, relaxation room and a connectivity station are just some of the amenities offered.
Marvel at the cityscape from the 35th floor whilst enjoying Italian cuisine at Windows on the World. Enjoy local delicacies at Genji or experience classical Chinese cuisine at Dynasty Restaurant.
From the heart of the city’s business and entertainment district, discover an array of attractions, including Osaka Castle (3 miles), the Umeda Sky Building (1 mile), Universal Studios Japan (4 miles), and Kaiyukan Aquarium (6 miles).
This prime location continues to delight guests who love the easy access to the airport and rail system. Those of you who like to be right amongst it will find it the perfect base from which to enjoy the abundance of trendy shops, amazing restaurants and cool bars within walking distance.
Hail to the Housekeepers!
Countless reviews attest to the impeccably high standard of cleanliness maintained throughout the establishment. Bedrooms and bathrooms are spotless, and this ethos of excellence extends throughout the hotel's common areas, with immaculately kept bar and restaurant areas as well as spotless leisure facilities and changing areas.
Nothing too Much for Superb Staff
While extremely high-standards of service are synonymous with Hilton hotels, you'll still be blown away by the consistent levels of thoughtful and professional service you receive during your stay. Multilingual and with an extensive knowledge of the surrounds, first-class personnel are always on hand to ensure your expectations are exceeded.
Get Your Wallet Out for the Wi-Fi
A recurring complaint is the hotel's Wi-Fi policy. You can connect for free in common areas and in your room, but this service is painfully slow according to some, and simply unworkable for others. There is a more stable, high-speed option—but for this you will pay a daily rate.
Thin Walls, Frayed Nerves...
A lack of decent sound insulation in some rooms has led to a frustrating night's sleep for some reviewers. Thin walls mean that TVs in adjacent rooms are often audible, while motorbikes revving in the streets below have kept some light-sleepers on the edge of rest. You may want to pack earplugs, just in case.
The High Cost of Comfort
While many guests enjoy a pleasant stay, some suggest that the costs incurred don't quite marry up to their overall experience. In addition to the paid Wi-Fi, hefty bills for room service, exorbitant bar tabs and even a rental fee for those wishing to borrow cutlery has really disappointed some.