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Where to stay in Osaka with kids

If you’re planning a trip to Japan with the kids, chances are you’ll be spending some time in Osaka and so you’re probably on the hunt for the best hotel in Osaka for family. However, Osaka is a fairly big place and working out where to stay in Osaka with kids can be super tricky. Plus, Osaka places to stay can be really expensive, so trying to find cheap accommodation in Osaka for family is even harder.

But you probably knew all this right? Maybe you’ve already spent hours googling, “where is the best place to stay in Osaka.” Well, that was me too when I was trying to find the best area to stay in Osaka as well as good quality cheap hotels in Osaka which were in our price range. I spent hours online researching and I’ve compiled everything I found into this article to save you from all that heartache.

So, no need to spend any more time trying to find the best hotels in Osaka. In this where to stay in Osaka with family guide, I’ve done all the research for you and located the perfect family friendly affordable hotels in Osaka, in the best locations for sightseeing.

This guide not only looks at the best location to stay in Osaka but also provides a range of accommodation options so that whatever your preference, you’ll find a great Osaka family hotel for your upcoming Japan trip. 

So, let’s get started and find you the best place to stay in Osaka for family.


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The Best Hotel in Osaka for Family – A Quick Overview

Below is a super quick overview of all the family friendly hotels in Osaka that are reviewed in this guide. You can use this guide to quickly determine if the accommodation is the best place to stay in Osaka for your family. For a more comprehensive review of each of these places to stay in Osaka, keep reading below. 

HotelLocationRoom & Hotel AmenitiesClosest Subway/NearPrice GuideBook Now
Bon Condominium
Umeda• 1 Bedroom Apartment
• 1 Double & 2 Sofa Beds
• Kitchen
• Laundry
• 500m to Umeda Station
• 450m HEP Five Ferris Wheel
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Hostel Apartment
Umeda• 2 Bedroom Apartment
• 4 Single Beds
• Laundry
• Kitchen
• 1km to Umeda Station
• 800m HEP Five Ferris Wheel
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Nakazakicho 2 Chrome North Apartment
Umeda• 2 Bedroom Apartment
• 3 Double & 1 Sofa Bed
• Kitchen
• Laundry
• 900m to Umeda Station
• 220m to Nakazakicho Station
• 900m HEP Five Ferris Wheel
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Happiness House Chayamachi
Umeda• 1 Bedroom
• 2 Double & 1 Sofa Bed
• Kitchen
• Laundry
• 700m to Umeda Station
• 750m HEP Five Ferris Wheel
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Apatel Kuromon
Namba• Studios
• 1 Double &1 Sofa Bed
• Kitchenette
• Laundry
• 400m to Nippombashi Station
• 800m to heart of Dotonbori
• 1km Shinsaibashi Shopping Street
• 800m to Kuromon Markets
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Nerarel Hostel
Namba• 2 Bunk Beds
• Private Bathroom
• Shared Kitchen & Laundry
• 66m to Namba Station
• 700m to heart of Dotonbori
• 900m Shinsaibashi Shopping Street
• 550m to Kuromon Markets
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Business Inn Sennichimae Hotel
Namba• 1 Double, 1 Single & 1 Sofa Bed
• Tea/Coffee
• 230m to Kintetsu-Nippombashi Station
• 300m to heart of Dotonbori
• 600m Shinsaibashi Shopping Street
• 500m to Kuromon Markets
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Crystal Exe Nipponbashi Guest House
Namba• 2 Bedroom Apartment
• 1 Double, 2 Singles & 1 Sofa Bed
• Kitchen
• Laundry
• 77m to Kintetsu-Nippombashi Station
• 650m to heart of Dotonbori
• 800m Shinsaibashi Shopping Street
• 350m to Kuromon Markets
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Bijou Suites Hana
Namba• 1 Bedroom Apartment
• Separate Kitchen, Living & Sleeping Area
• 4 Futons
• Laundry
• 190m to Kintetsu-Nippombashi Station
• 950m to heart of Dotonbori
• 1.2km Shinsaibashi Shopping Street
• 61m to Kuromon Markets
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Osaka Bay Wheel Apartment
Bay Area• Separate Living & Sleeping Area
• 1 Single, 1 Double & 1 Sofa Bed
• Kitchenette
• 500m to Legoland
• 700m to Aquarium
• 160m to Osakako Station
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Hotel Keihan Universal Tower
Bay Area• 4 Single Beds
• Restaurant
• Tea/Coffee
• 450m to Universal Studios
• 87m to Universal City Station
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Hotel Universal Port
Bay Area• 2 Single Beds & 2 Sofa Beds• 600m to Universal Studios
• 210m to Universal City Station
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Where to Stay in Osaka with Kids

Osaka is a big place and well spread out, so there are a few options when it comes to areas to stay in Osaka. All the Osaka family attractions are spread out all over the city and so there really is no one best hotel location in Osaka.

When it comes to finding a good area to stay in Osaka, I recommend you work out where most of the attractions are that you want to visit and then choose an area that is closest to the most places on your itinerary. Wherever you book, make sure it’s within walking distance to a subway station so it’s easy to get around.

If you still can’t decide which area is best to stay in Osaka, I’d personally recommend staying in either Namba or Umeda – both these areas are well-positioned in terms of transport and also have plenty of places to eat and shop. Families also spending a lot of time in the bay area may consider accommodation there. 

I have provided a brief overview of these three areas below.


Best hotel in Osaka for family


Namba is one of the best areas in Osaka to stay for families. Located in the South of Osaka, around the Namba Station, this is one of Osaka’s two major city centres. Here you will find the famous entertainment area of Dotonbori with all the iconic bright neon-lit billboards, the huge Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, Round 1 Stadium, Kuromon Market and heaps of places to eat and shop.


Namba is well serviced by public transport, including the Midosuji subway line, which connects through Namba, Umeda and the Shin-Osaka Shinkansen bullet train station. Access to this subway line makes it super convenient getting around to all the various attractions in Osaka.



Accommodation in Osaka for family

Like Namba, Umeda is another great option for the most convenient place to stay in Osaka. This area is in the north of Osaka and is the area surrounding the Umeda and the JR Osaka Station. Being only one stop after Skin-Osaka, where the bullet train comes in, the location is great for doing day trips to places such as Kyoto or Hiroshima.


There are also a few family friendly attractions in the area such as Umeda Sky Building, Hep 5 Ferris Wheel and it’s not too far from Osaka Castle too. Umeda also has plenty of great places to eat and shop.


Osaka Bay Area

Best place to stay in Osaka for family

If you plan to spend most of your time at family friendly attractions such as Universal Studios or Tempozan (which includes the Osaka Aquarium, Legoland Discovery Centre and the giant Ferris Wheel) – then you may want to consider staying in one of the hotels near Universal Studios Osaka in the Bay Area.

Click here for our full guide on things to do with kids in Osaka. 

The Best Accommodation in Osaka for Family 

In this Osaka best place to stay guide, I’ve located what I think is Osaka’s best value accommodation. I think the first thing you will notice about Osaka accommodation is just how expensive it is and just how little you get for your money.

The other problem in Osaka is that accommodation is super tiny, and family-sized rooms are very rare. If your children are older, you are probably going to be much better off booking two double rooms. However in this guide, I’ve only included rooms that can accommodate the entire family together.

Given I’m all about good value accommodation, the hotels recommended are basic in terms of amenities. If you want something more, you will need to be prepared to increase your budget drastically. If you want something even cheaper, you will need to consider a hostel with a shared bathroom.

Below I have reviewed 12 options to help you choose the best family friendly hotel Osaka offers. 


1. Bon Condominium


If you want modern, self-contained accommodation that has everything a family needs for a city holiday in Osaka, Umeda hotel choices can be a little pricey but the Bon Condominium is really affordable and has some great facilities.

Family rooms at Bon Condominium can accommodate up to four people with one double bed and two sofa beds. If you have a slightly larger family, they do also offer rooms that can fit up to five in two double beds and one sofa bed. In both room types, one bed is behind sliding screens, so it can easily be partitioned into a separate room – perfect if you have little ones who need to go to bed early or take a day nap!

All of the units are small but comfortable and modern with everything you could need during your stay. There is a private bathroom with a bath – again great for little kids, as well as a well stocked kitchenette so you could easily prepare your own meals. All rooms also feature air conditioning, free wifi, television, desk and small seating area to relax after a long day and the building also has a lift.

Bon Condominium is in a prime location just 500m (6 min walk) from Umeda station, which makes seeing the rest of the city really easy. The large Ferris Wheel HEP 5 is right near the station too, so you could take a detour via the wheel to get a panoramic view of the city before hopping on the train. There are also tons of convenience stores and restaurants nearby, so you won’t be stuck for choice if you don’t feel like cooking.

Why we love it?

The value for money! Cheap places to stay in Osaka can be hard to come by if you want something modern and near a station so this is a great find!

What’s not to love?

The units are a little on the small side, but the layout is done really well and being able to have the “bedroom” partition walls open definitely helps to make it feel more spacious.


Bon Condominium is a good place to stay in Osaka if you want to be close to a main station and have everything you need close by and an amazing price for what you get!

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


2. Hostel Apartment

If you need to stick to a tight budget, then consider one of the best hostels in Osaka, such as Hostel Apartment.  Far from the standard hostel bunk bed style rooms, this is actually a fully furnished two-bedroom apartment!

Two-bedroom apartments at Hostel Apartment can sleep a family of four in four single beds. The bedrooms are small, but that’s normal in Japanese hotels and it’s nice to actually have two separate bedrooms in affordable accommodation, instead of having to sleep in one big room with the kids!

All of the apartments come with laundry facilities, free wifi, air conditioning, televisions and a small dining area. You will also have your own bathroom with a bath and shower and a kitchenette, which is pretty well stocked so you can cook for yourselves a few times during your stay.

The hostel is also in a pretty good location with Umeda station just 1km away and walkable in about 15 minutes. If you have young kids who won’t be up to the walk, the Nakazakicho subway station is only 300m away. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes and shops in the area and everything is very convenient.

Why we love it?

Two separate bedrooms mean that parents can get a welcome reprieve from the kids after a long day herding them around the city!

What’s not to love?

It would be nice if there was one double bed for parents to share but it’s pretty common only to have singles available in cheap rooms in Osaka.


A handy two-bedroom apartment with transport links close by and everything you need in the room to be able to enjoy a budget-friendly break in Osaka.

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3. Nakazakicho 2 Chrome North Apartment


Good hotels in Osaka can be hard to come by if you are a big family on a tight budget, but Nakazakicho 2 Chrome North Apartment is a small Japanese style house can fit larger groups without breaking the bank. It’s also a great choice if you’re after the best accommodation in Osaka that is close to transport and attractions.

The “apartment” is actually split over two floors with steep stairs so it might not be appropriate for families with very young children. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one with two double beds and the other with one double bed. Downstairs there is also a sofa bed in the living area, meaning this place can fit up to seven guests!

There is air conditioning and free wifi throughout the apartment as well as laundry facilities. You will also get a small private bathroom with a shower and bathtub and also a well stocked kitchenette so you can prepare your own meals. There is a small dining area and lounge area with a flat screen tv and, as far as hotels in Osaka, Japan go, it’s quite spacious.

This apartment is in a great location if you want a bit of everything, with loads of restaurants and shops to explore nearby. It’s also just over 1km (15 minute walk) from the main Umeda train station but the Nakazakicho subway station is only 200m away, which will get you there even faster. A must-see attraction in the area, for families, is Kids Plaza, which is only 800m away (10-minute walk), as is Ogimachi Park.

Why we love it?

It’s a really great option for larger families and groups, without having to all be squeezed into one room as you can be in most other Osaka places to stay.

What’s not to love?

The steep stairs make it unsuitable for families with toddlers but other large families will love it here.


A lovely Japanese style home, split over two floors with everything you need and room to fit larger families, without having to feel like you’re squeezed into a sardine tin.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


4. Happiness House Chaymachi


Another great Osaka budget hotel is Happiness House with their self contained apartments that have everything your family needs to enjoy a break in the city as well as being close to the train line.

Apartments here can sleep up to five guests with two double beds in one bedroom and one Japanese style floor bed in the living area. There is a decent sized kitchenette with everything you need to cook meals and a private bathroom with a hot tub style bath. There is also a small lounge area with a television and the apartment has free wifi, laundry facilities and air conditioning throughout.

Nakatsu train station is only 400m away, which is just one stop down from the bigger Umeda station, which is surrounded by restaurants, cafés and shops with the HEP 5 Ferris Wheel right next door. 

Why we love it?

The kitchen and living area are bigger than you will find in most Osaka lodging, although still compact by Western standards.

What’s not to love?

The lack of a good lounge area/seating as there are only bean bags but at least the kids will probably love them!


The Happiness House is a great fuss free apartment for families who want low budget, self-contained accommodation not too far from the main Umeda station.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


5. Apatel Kuromon

This Osaka, Namba hotel has studio apartments that are cosy and comfortable for families who want to be in a slightly quieter area, away from the big Namba Station but still within walking distance of attractions and good transport links.

Accommodation at Apatel Kuromon is in studios, which come with a double bed and the sofa folding out into a double bed as well to fit four people. There is also a kitchenette and washing machine which can all be partitioned off to stop inquisitive little ones getting into draws and cupboards! The private bathroom has a shower as well as an onsen style bathtub to relax after a long day exploring the city. Apartments also come with air conditioning, free wifi throughout and a flat screen television as well as a small balcony, which is a nice touch.

Although it’s away from the main Namba station, the property has great transport links with Nippombashi station just 400m away. Being away from the main station doesn’t mean you have to compromise on attractions either, with the Dotonburi area just a 10 minute walk (800m) and Shinsaibashi Shopping Street an 11 minute walk (900m). There are also a few restaurants and shops right near the hotel if you don’t feel like venturing too far.

Why we love it?

Being able to partition off the kitchen area from little ones safely will be a great help for families with toddlers.

What’s not to love?

Being a studio, it’s a little cramped but that’s too be expected with a cheap stay in Osaka.


Apatel Kuromon offers studio apartments in a quieter area, rather than around the main station but still within walking distance to some great attractions and with good transport options nearby.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


6. Nerarel Hostel 

Cheap hostels in Osaka don’t come much closer to the action than Nerarel Hostel.  And if your family is looking for hotels near Dotonbori, Osaka, with easy access to the transport system as well, this is a great one to consider.

Nerarel Hostel offers cheap and simple private rooms for families and can fit up to four guests in bunk beds. All rooms have a small desk, free wifi and air conditioning throughout. Rooms are compact and only have shared bathroom facilities with just a shower but with the price as low as it is, that’s not a surprise. There is also a well stocked shared kitchen area as well as a comfortable lounge and dining space to relax in.

The location is the best thing about Nerarel Hostel as it’s perfectly situated right next to Namba station, which is literally a 1 minute walk from the hostel. There is also a 24-hour convenience store just down the street and tons of restaurants and cafes close by. The famous Dotonburi area is just 700m away and Shinsaibashi Shopping Street is less than a 10 minute walk.

Why we love it?

The location really is hard to beat with not only great attractions close by but also transport links too Nerarel Hostel really is right where the action is!

What’s not to love?

Some families might be put off by bunk beds and shared bathrooms, but this is the standard if you’re after an Osaka cheap places to stay that can accommodate the entire family and be in a super central location.   


The Nerarel Hostel offers a comfortable hostel style accommodation with great shared facilities and in the perfect location for exploring the city sights.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


7. Business Inn Sennichimae Hotel

If you’re looking for the most convenient Dotonbori hotel Osaka has to offer; the Business Inn Sennichimae Hotel is a great one to consider. With its proximity to transport and some great sights, it’s the perfect choice for families after the most convenient hotel in Osaka.

Family rooms at this hotel can fit a maximum of four guests with one double bed, one single bed and one sofa bed. Rooms are small but functional and there is a private bathroom with a bath. Rooms also feature a desk, television, fridge, free wifi and air conditioning.

This hotel is in the best location in Osaka for those that want to be close to all the sights in Dotonbori.  Business Inn is just 300m from the heart of Dotonbori with its giant neon billboards, restaurants and shops as well as being just 600m from the famous Shinsaibashi shopping street. You will also be really close to great transport with the subway station just 230m from the hotel and just one stop or 600m walk to Namba station where you can get the train straight from the airport.

Why we love it?

The location is almost unbeatable in terms of both transport and local things to do, perfect for a family with younger kids who don’t like walking too far.

What’s not to love?

The hotel is a little dated and could probably do with a renovation but with the low price tag, it’s really not a surprise.


The Business Inn Sennichimae Hotel is right in the heart of the action in Namba, Osaka. Accommodation so close to Dotonburi can be really expensive but the Business Inn offers an affordable option for families.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


8. Crystal Exe Nippombashi Guest House

Just a few streets away from Business Inn, Crystal Exe is also in a fantastic location but offers self-contained apartment style accommodation rather than hotel rooms. A great choice if you want to be close to the action as well as has self-contained accommodation.

Family apartments are two-bedroom and can fit up to five people with one double bed, two single beds and a sofa bed. This makes a nice change from a lot of city hotels where either kids have to share a double or parents have to sleep separately in singles. The lounge area is also a good size and one bedroom wall opens out to make the room seem much larger. You’ll also get a small balcony area with seating so there really is enough room for everyone to relax.

Each apartment also has a bathroom with both a shower and bathtub, laundry facilities and a little storage for clothes, which you don’t get in many cheap hotels in Osaka City. There is also a small but well stocked kitchenette with a hob, fridge, microwave and all the other necessities. Every apartment also comes with free wifi and air conditioning throughout. Finally there is a lift in the building, so don’t worry about having to carry kids up hundreds of stairs!

As with our last pick in the area, this hotel really is in a great location with Nippombashi station less than 100m away.  This makes it really easy to get to the main Namba station where there is a direct train to the airport. The Dotonburi area is about a 7 minute walk away (600m) and Shinsaibashi shopping street just 800m away.

Why we love it?

Compared to a lot of cheap accommodation in Osaka, Japan, the rooms are pretty spacious and there are a few areas for family members to relax and get some space away from each other.

What’s not to love?

The price is a little higher than some in this Osaka hotel guide but you do get a lot for your money and, because the apartment is well stocked, you could easily save in other areas like eating out.


If you don’t mind paying a little extra to get great self-contained accommodation in a really convenient area and you have a slightly larger family, this Osaka City hotel would be hard to beat.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


9. Bijou Suites Hana

This is Japanese style compact apartment living down to a tee. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Namba, Osaka but you still want to be able to wash clothes and prepare some food yourselves, Bijou Suites offer just that.

Each apartment at Bijou suites can accommodate families of four on Japanese style floor beds, you’ll all be in one room and young kids will love the cosy “sleepover” feel. When not made up for sleeping, the living area also doubles as a small dining area and there is a flat screen television as well. The small kitchen is in a separate room and comes with everything you will need to prepare simple meals. The bathroom has both a shower and a bathtub, and there are also laundry facilities and a drying rack for clothes.

The suites are literally around the corner from the Kuromon market for street food, fresh produce and even some souvenir shopping. Shinsaibashi shopping street is a little further away (about 1km) and Dotonburi is about 900m away but the Nippombashi subway station is less than 200m away so it’s still a great place to stay with little ones who can’t handle a long walk.

Why we love it?

The price is great for the Namba area as it can be tough to find self contained accommodation that is close to the sights and still affordable for families.

What’s not to love?

The suites may seem a little small, but the use of space is really impressive and the amount of facilities that have been fitted in is great without compromising on comfort.


The Bijou suites offer modern but traditional and compact self-contained accommodation with everything that a family of 4 will need.  It is also close to some great conveniences like the market and subway station.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


10. Osaka Bay Wheel Apartment

For families wanting a hotel in the Osaka Bay area, the Osaka Bay Wheel Apartment is a good one to consider.  From Osaka Bay Wheel Apartments, families can easily explore all the fun family attractions that the area provides.

Apartments at Osaka Bay Wheel can accommodate a family of four in one double bed, one single bed and one floor bed. The main bedroom can also be partitioned off, making it perfect for families with little ones who need an early night after exploring the sights. There is also a lounge area with a sofa and television, a breakfast bar to dine at and a small but very functional kitchenette. The bathroom has both a shower and bathtub and also feature free wifi, air conditioning and laundry facilities.

Osaka Bay Wheel is in the best location for families after hotels close to Universal Studios Osaka.  You can reach Universal Studios with a short ferry ride and the Osaka Aquarium is even easier at just a 5 minute walk away. Then there is the Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel just 300m away and the Osakako subway station is less than 200m walk from the apartments. There are also plenty of cafes, restaurants and convenience stores in the area.

Why we love it?

The location is really good for those wanting to visit some great kid-friendly attractions in the bay area. A lot of the time, if you want accommodation close to a theme park, you end up in the middle of nowhere, so this is a refreshing change.

What’s not to love?

The kitchen is a little on the small side but that is normal with any affordable hotel in Osaka, Japan and you should still be able to prepare snacks and simple meals without too much trouble.


The Osaka Bay Wheel Apartment is the perfect place for families wanting accommodation in the Tokyo Bay Area.  From here you can easily get around to all the family attractions as well as have your own comfortable place to relax after a day full of sightseeing.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


11. Hotel Keihan Universal Tower


If your priority is to have accommodation super close to Universal Studios Osaka, Hotel Keihan is well worth considering.  This hotel is super close to USJ and has some great facilities for relaxing after a busy day of sightseeing.

Family rooms at this hotel have a maximum capacity of four with four single beds on offer and include a private bathroom with a bathtub and shower. Every room also has a television, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi.

The hotel includes a range of facilities that do require an additional charge.  These facilities include a spa, sauna, massages, luggage storage lockers and laundry facilities. There are also two restaurants at the hotel with the Garden Restaurant serving an all day buffet and an a la carte restaurant on the top floor serving meals with great views across the city.

The real drawcard here is of course the fact the Universal Studios entrance is just a few minutes walk away.  Plus, the hotel is less than 100m from Universal City subway station, which allows you to easily access the rest of the city.

Why we love it?

If visiting Universal Studios is your main reason for being in the area, you can’t go far wrong with Hotel Keihan.

What’s not to love?

Unfortunately, as with a lot of hotels close to theme parks, there aren’t many other facilities like restaurants and shops in the area so you will be limited to what’s on offer in the hotel.  Although there are a few shops and places to eat in Universal Citywalk.


Hotel Keihan is a super convenient hotel for families after accommodation close to universal studios as well as the subway station. 

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


12. Hotel Universal Port

Very similar to the previous option, Hotel Universal offers super convenient family accommodation really close to both Universal Studios and the subway station.

Rooms at this hotel can fit up to four family members sleeping in single beds and the rooms have a surprisingly spacious feel, despite the number of beds. The private bathrooms have bathtubs and wetroom style showers, which is handy if you have little ones. Every room also has tea and coffee, free wifi, a television and air conditioning.

The hotel has one restaurant on site that serves an extensive and popular breakfast buffet, which is great for those looking for a more affordable option that eating within the park itself. The hotel also offers laundry facilities at an additional cost.

The location is perfect for those wanting a visit to the park with slightly more affordable accommodation and it’s just a 4 minute walk to the entrance. The subway station is also just 200m away, which is handy if you want to do further exploring of the city.

Why we love it?

Super close to USJ and there is also often some themed decoration in the foyer and entrance involving some Universal Studios characters, which is exciting for little kids.

What’s not to love?

Like many hotels in Japan, this one comes with four single beds, which is not ideal for parents but great for little ones who won’t have to share.


Hotel Universal Port is another great option for families wanting to be super close to Universal Studios.  The subway station is also nearby so you can get to and from your hotel with ease and the hotel serves a great breakfast buffet to fuel up everyone in the family before a long day exploring the park.

Click here to check current pricing and availability.


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