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About Cityroute Hotel

Description

Providing 124 clean and comfortable guestrooms, this 11-story budget hotel is in the quiet vicinity of Utsubo Park in downtown Osaka. Cityroute Hotel is a 60-minute drive from the Kansai International Airport. The 3-star hotel is also less than a five-minute walk from JR Hommachi Station and Osaka Science and Technology Exhibition Hall. The hotel’s location provides easy access to Osaka’s tourist attractions, commercial areas, and business districts. Although there is no on-site restaurant, guests will find many restaurants in the vicinity. Cityroute Hotel offers guests good value for budget-conscious travelers.
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Features

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • bicycle rental
  • dry cleaning
  • elevator
  • family room
  • laundry service
  • luggage storage
  • meeting facilities
  • newspapers
  • restaurant
  • safety deposit boxes
  • smoking area
  • vending machine

Sports and Recreation

  • massage

Internet

  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Parking

  • car park

Languages Spoken

  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • English
  • Japanese
  • Korean
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Policies

Children under 6 years of age will receive breakfast free of charge.

Child and extra bed policy
Infant 0-4 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 5-6 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding.
  • Guests over 6 years old are considered as adults.
  • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Useful info

Breakfast Charge (when not included in room rate): 1200 yen
Check-In From: 02:00 PM
Check-Out Until: 11:00 AM
Number of Restaurants: 1
Number of Rooms : 124
Year Hotel Built: 1982
Year Hotel Last Renovated: 2009
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Recent customer comments

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All reviews (196)

Business travelers (11)

Couples (61)

Solo travelers (67)

Families with young children (4)

Families with older children (18)

Groups (35)

Very good
7.1
Hotel Condition/Cleanliness
7.5
Facilities
7.8
Location
6.7
Room Comfort/Standard
7.1
Staff Performance
7.6
Value for Money
7.6
Food/Dining
6.3

9.6 SUREEPORN S.
Thailand
April 17, 2016
Good hotel ,clean, staff can speak english
Goog hotel

7.2 In C.
South Korea
April 26, 2016
small but cozy
nice hotel at resonable price

9.2 Yun B.
South Korea
March 10, 2016
good
good

10 Yim L.
Hong Kong
March 07, 2016
good
good

6.8 Kai-Chun W.
Taiwan
February 24, 2016
A hotel can for student travel
So far with subway and nothing can eat around the hotel,however the hotel is not bad.

2 wingyu T.
Hong Kong
January 26, 2016
Bad experience
The room is very small, no heater as well. Moreover, the service is very poor! They cut all of our water without any notification because of our late check out around 15 minutes and charge us $2500yen! We can't even to brush teeth nor flushing as well! The hotel is terrible! It is the worst hotel I even have! I don't recommend this hotel and I definitely will not choose here again!

10 Jenny L.
Taiwan
January 13, 2016
Great !
Spacious as a business hotel

6.3 LEE Y.
Singapore
January 08, 2016
REALLY FAR AWAY FROM EVERYWHERE
THE ROOM IS CLEAN THERE ALL
THE HOTEL IS REALLY FAR AWAY FROM EVERYWHERE.THE AREA IS REALLY DEPRESSING.THE TRAIN STATION IS 10MINS WALK FROM THE HOTEL BUT YOU NEED TO WALK ANOTHER 10MINS TO THE PLANFORM TO TAKE THE TRAIN.(THE STATION HAVE 28EXITS)

7.7 CHIA L.
United Kingdom
January 03, 2016
big room size but awkward location
big room, quiet, amenities
First of all, the room was the biggest (besides traditional futon types) I've ever had in Japan. It was very spacious. The hotel has had its days. Wouldn't call it old but don't expect modern renovations. Not much happens around (including restaurants). One convenience store is located next door though. The closest subway is the Yotsubashi line (less than 10 min walk). As most actions happen along the Midosuji line, I can understand what most reviewers are talking about. The internal transfer (walk from Yotsubashi line to Midosuji line) within Honmachi station is killer. For light travellers and people who won't mind the exercise, not a bad place though.

6.7 Eric S.
United States of America
December 05, 2015
Standard hotel for Japan
Location, cleanliness, convenience
This was one of three hotels my girlfriend and I stayed at during our week in Osaka/Kyoto. It is about standard for a Japanese hotel. The location was good. It is close to Shin-Osaka and other main hubs. It is a 20 min walk from Shinsaibashi. The stop is Honmachi, a subway transfer point spanning multiple city blocks, so you may have to do a bit of walking. The hotel is outside exit 28 of the subway. Because there are many exits over a broad distance, it could be difficult to find the hotel by taxi or after subways close. Be sure to ask for directions in Japanese to give a taxi driver or a helpful passerby on the street. We got a bit lost and were helped by a friendly policeman. By western standards, the rooms are small, with just enough room for a bed, bathroom and small lane to walk through. The bed was comfortable, if a bit smaller by western standards. The room supplied a TV and electric kettle as well, though the TV did not have any English channels. The bathroom and shower were small. I am short and stocky and the shower had just enough room for me to fit. The toilet was positioned in a strange way and, with little room in the bathroom, was awkward to use. Anyone bigger than me would have trouble getting around the bathroom. One grievance I had was the free breakfast. It was stomach-turning and if you are western, you will likely need to make due on toast and coffee. Much of the food looked as though it had been sitting out- a warm bowl of yogurt, soupy scrambled eggs mixed with some kind of vegetable, mushy sausages, etc. The Asian food was not inviting either. I live in Korea and am an adventurous eater, so it is not as though I am simply a picky westerner. This was perhaps the worst experience I've ever had at a restaurant. Generally, we had a pleasant stay and check in/out process was quick and simple. I am American, my girlfriend Canadian, so we are comparing to western standards.


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