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I stayed at this hotel for a week in the end of the year... one day I left my room to go sightseeing at 10 am and I saw that all the doors of the rooms were open because the maids were cleaning... I mean,...More
Just a typical Japanese business hotel.
Distance from stations is not too far.
Noise from trains at nearby stations is a minus,
but rooms are clean, and staffs are polite.
Found no troubles during my stay.
I stay here for 6 days in Osaka. This area which retro and futuristic meets ,Tsutenkaku Tower vs Abeno harukas. Room s Toyoko inn standard. Breakfast 's well manage even the room is busy.Next door to the zoo and many department store around.
This is a Japanese business style hotel (aka small rooms, targeted at Japanese people). If you aren't prepared for that then stay at a Western style hotel.
The room I stayed in was small but I was by myself so it wasn't too bad. Bathroom...More
The staff Miss SAGO was very helpful and speaks good English.
A clean small room and good location hotel.
However, need to improve the breakfast menu, and appreciate some butter/jam for the bread. Other Toyoko-Inns that I have stayed, provided very generous breakfast than here....More
In any Toyoko Inn, you have to step up into the bathroom. The bathrooms are what I would call capsule bathrooms (one piece) Reading the Osaka Abeno Tennoji, there will be rooms set aside that you do not have to step up into... More
In any Toyoko Inn, you have to step up into the bathroom. The bathrooms are what I would call capsule bathrooms (one piece) Reading the Osaka Abeno Tennoji, there will be rooms set aside that you do not have to step up into the bathroom.
These rooms are being set aside because there is a hospital right across from it, and they are providing a service to people who want to stay near the hospital.