Hotel Osaka Baytower

Address: 1-2-1 Bentencho, Minato-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 552-0007, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bay Area/Bentencho/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi/Tanimachi/Kyobashi area of Osaka, is near Universal Studios Japan, Umeda Sky Building - Floating Garden Observatory, Modern Transportation Museum, and Municipal Museum of Fine Art.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Osaka Baytower

          Reviewed by mjcordiner

          Beautiful Spacious Rooms

          Reviewed Jun 10, 2016
          by (2 reviews) Wellington , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          A slice of luxury that was much appreciated at the half way point of the trip. Rooms are very nice, staff friendly, and the restaurant on the top floor is good too. The views are spectacular, both the city side and the Bay side. A really enjoyable stay.

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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