Comfort Hotel Sakai
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Comfort Hotel Sakai
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Hotel Sakai
Travel Blogs from Sakai
Slow start - late breakfast of noodles and rice on our way to visit the Osaka Castle originally built in 1586 but suffered greatly over the years including a lightening strike and fires. Rebuilt in 1931. Great view of Osaka from the 8th floor. The parklands spread over a number of acres made for a very pretty walk back to the station. Back on the train to Namba and Dotonbori - very wide tree lined street past very swish shops to the ...
... and memorable lunch. After our lovely meal, we regrouped and headed out by bus to downtown Hiroshima where we joined the masses. First stop was the Peace Museum which was packed wall to wall with bodies. Tyler and I made a quick survey and had to exit the building before being consumed by body oder and claustrophobia. Most of the museum can be found online as it's photos and remnants of that terrible day. We made our way down to the river and staked out ...
... eat my face off, so I was a bit concerned we'd get chased and eaten by monkeys.
Eventually we got to the top where there were indeed a lot of monkeys wandering about or sitting on things. There was also a hut where you could safely feed them through wire so they didn't all jump at you and eat your face off. They were actually very well behaved, holding out their hands for bits of fruit. They were Macaques and were very fluffy and cute.
... onto me that the maiko would no longer be walking down the street anymore. They would be catching the taxi right to the restaurants so we had to be looking out for taxis coming in and out. There was one maiko who was walking but I was unable to take any photos.Unfortunately, I had limited the ISO on my camera to 3200 due to the noise, whereas Joseph’s did not. The ISO on his camera was at 12800 so there was no way in the world any of ...
... Each entry costs 300yen...$3. A nice keepsake. "Making Happiness Power" is my first entry. Feeding deer in a local park kept us entertained while we climbed the many, many stairs to the Todaji Temple which houses the biggest buddha soaring 16metres. All templed and shrined out, we head home, footsore and ...