Hotel Il Cuore Namba
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Il Cuore Namba Osaka
The hotel is a good place to stay. Its price is reasonable. The inner design is bright and clear. The room is clean and tidy though a bit small. Most importantly, it is at a convenient situation. It is opposite to the Namba Kintetsu Station and near major transportation. There are major shopping centres and streets near the hotel, famous sightseeing place like Shinsaibashi is 5-minutes walk.
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