Located just 2 minutes on foot away from Namba Subway Station, Hotel Ilcuore Namba is a central and comfortable place to stay. We like the free coffee in the hotel lobby – great for recharging in between shopping!
If you’re looking for a tourist-friendly hotel in the Namba area, Hotel Il Cuore Namba fits the bill just nicely. The staff are friendly and speak decent English, and the hotel lobby has free coffee for guests from 10:00am onwards, all the way to the evening. It’s near all the shopping districts, and has great access to the airports. The bus stop for the limousine bus to Itami Airport, for example, is a two minute walk away!
The ensuite rooms at Hotel Ilcuore Namba are decently sized by Japanese standards; for everyone else that means they’re quite compact. Still, they’re nicely outfitted and provide everything you need - air-conditioning, free WiFi, a fridge, slippers, toiletries, an electric kettle, and even a safety deposit box. Usefully enough, there are also coin-operated washing machines on the 13th floor if you need to do some laundry.
Due to its central location, guests on the lower floors might hear a little noise at night from all the liveliness down below. The noise levels aren’t really high enough to bother most people, but light sleepers should request a quiet room on the higher floors if possible.
Though you can have breakfast in the hotel, there aren’t any other on-site restaurants. The surrounding area is full of great dining options, though, so you won’t ever go hungry! Breakfast isn’t the best value for money around, so unless you value the utter convenience of having coffee and toast right before leaving the hotel doors, we suggest skipping the buffet and heading out into the city.
Hotel Ilcuore Namba
1-15-15 Namba-naka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, 556-0011
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wifi and LAN cable access
Subway and Train: 2-minute walk from exit 5 of Namba Station.
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Hotel Ilcuore Namba is located in Osaka's Minami district. See our complete list of things to do in Osaka's Minami district, including places to eat, nightlife and places to stay.
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