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Osaka's Namba shopping district is a treasure trove of bargains – for example, the 2.6-kilometre Tenjinbashi-suji Shopping Street, touted as the longest of its kind in Japan, is a gold mine for affordable fashion, while Nippombashi is a hub for otaku culture and cheap electronics. Visitors to Namba are spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation, as there's a huge assortment of lodging options, from capsule pods to modern and airy serviced apartments. Expect room rates in Namba to be more expensive around Christmas and New Year, during Japanese holidays such as Golden Week, and in the springtime when cherry blossoms are in bloom.

What are the Top Hotels in Namba

You can book a bright, laid-back room at Namba Oriental Hotel, which has a restaurant, a garden, and a game room. It's a 4-minute walk from the Hozenji Temple, a small Buddhist temple that dates from the early 17th century. Rooms at Dormy Inn Premium Namba Natural Hot Spring are rather compact, but you can relax in the hotel's sauna and hot tub after a day of sightseeing. Swissotel Nankai Osaka features 5 restaurants, 2 bars, and casual, comfortable rooms with sitting areas. Wellness facilities include a spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness centre. The historic Hozenji Yokocho alley is 6 minutes' walk away.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Namba?

Namba's inns and hotels are scattered all over the neighbourhood. You'll find several options in the streets between Namba subway station and both Nippombashi subway station and Kintetsu-Nippombashi railway station. There's a small cluster of hotels in the vicinity of the quaint Hozenji Yokocho alley. This narrow street dates from the Edo period, in the early 17th century, and is home to Hozenji Temple and scores of shops and intimate, long-running restaurants. This area is also near Dotonbori, where you can sample Japanese street food. Alternatively, you can opt for one of the hotels closer to Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Shoppers and fashion mavens might enjoy combing this area for both brand-name and independent finds.

What are Hotels like in Namba?

Accommodations in Namba include compact capsule pods, affordable no-frills rooms, and contemporary apartments. For an extra dose of Japanese culture, you can stay in a ryokan, a traditional inn where rooms have tatami flooring, futon bedding, and communal bathing facilities. Apart from Western-style quarters, a number of inns and hotels offer Japanese-style rooms with futon beds. Some mid-range hotels have restaurants, while others have limited facilities besides free Wi-Fi. Namba's upmarket hotels typically have multiple dining outlets, and some have wellness facilities such as spas, indoor pools, and 24-hour gyms.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Namba?

The simplest lodging options in the Namba shopping district cost between S$50 and S$100. A capsule room is around S$50 per night, or about S$90 if you prefer a capsule hotel with an indoor pool and a gym. Note that some capsule inns only cater to men. You can allot S$115 to S$200 a night for laid-back digs in a mid-range hotel. Upscale venues charge around S$220 to S$350, although there are a few that will set you back as much as S$500. Generally, the most expensive hotels are located near Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Get better bargains on your Namba accommodation with special deals on Hotels.com.

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