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Umeda is an urban jungle that's densely populated with skyscrapers and sprawling department stores. This business and commercial district mainly comprises Osaka's northern half, called Kita, and it's a good base for travellers who are keen on shopping and nightlife. There's no shortage of lodging options, either, and the selection ranges from no-frills dorm rooms in hostels to sleek 5-star accommodations with dazzling city views. If you're visiting Umeda on a budget, avoid visiting in the spring, especially when the cherry blossom season peaks in March and April, and during Japan's Golden Week holidays in May, as hotel prices shoot up during these busy tourist periods.

What are the Top Hotels in Umeda

RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka boasts a whopping 20 restaurants and 3 bars. After sampling the hotel's culinary offerings, you can burn the calories in the health club or the indoor pool. Osaka Science Museum is an 8-minute walk away. Adjacent to the Umeda Sky Building, whose 2 towers are connected by the Floating Garden Observatory on the 39th floor, The Westin Osaka features 3 restaurants, a nightclub, and an indoor pool. Area shuttles and Wi-Fi are both complimentary. Mitsui Garden Hotel Osaka Premier is a modern venue situated on Umeda's riverbank. It offers a restaurant, and provides Wi-Fi and area shuttles for free.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Umeda?

Generally, you'll find the high-end hotels in the immediate vicinity of Umeda's transport and commercial hubs, which also serve as the bustling centre of the neighbourhood. A couple of options are near Kitashinchi railway station, while a few others are closer to Nishi-Umeda subway station. Cheap and mid-range accommodations are scattered in downtown Umeda's inner streets, and there are several choices within walking distance of the historic Taiyuji Temple. Further south, there's a selection of riverside hotels. Staying in this area puts you close to Watanabebashi railway station, Higobashi subway station, and interactive exhibitions at the Osaka Science Museum.

What are Hotels like in Umeda?

Many of the lodging options you'll find in Umeda are 3-star inns and hotels providing casual rooms that are on the compact side. The more expensive hotels in this tier have restaurants, while others only provide paid or complimentary breakfast. Some don't have any other amenities besides free Wi-Fi. On the other hand, Umeda's upmarket hotels normally feature indoor pools and multiple dining outlets. Some offer spas and fitness centres, as well as free perks like breakfast or area shuttles. Sporting chic or contemporary interiors, rooms in 4-star hotels usually measure 25 to 30 square metres, while those in 5-star picks are 43 to 50 square metres in size.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Umeda?

Backpackers and unfussy travellers can go for one of Umeda's laid-back hostels, where a bed costs S$25 to S$35 a night for one person. Double rooms in 3-star hotels range from S$90 to S$200 per night, with an average price of S$140. The more expensive options among the mid-range hotels usually have one or more restaurants, or wellness facilities like hot tubs. Budget S$270 to S$400 a night if you want to stay in the swankiest spots in town. You can get huge discounts on accommodation in Umeda with Hotels.com's great rates and special deals.

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