Thursday, 28 November 2019

Karaksa hotel grande Shin-Osaka Tower opens

The largest karaksa hotel, with 396 guest rooms across 24 floors, just 5 minutes’ walk from Shin-Osaka station

KARAKSA HOTELS Corporation, the manager and operator of minimalist hotels designed especially for leisure travellers visiting Japan, announced it will open its new karaksa hotel grande Shin-Osaka Tower on November 27, 2019. The hotel is KARAKSA HOTELS’ eighth property in Japan and its fifth in the Kansai area. The largest of the karaksa hotels, it stands 24 stories tall and has 396 guest rooms.

karaksa hotel grande Shin-Osaka Tower is just five minutes’ walk from Shin-Osaka station, which is served by the shinkansen bullet train, local rail lines and the Midosuji subway line. There are also numerous highway express bus stations nearby serving other parts of Osaka, as well as Kyoto, Nara, Kanazawa and Hiroshima and many other destinations, making the hotel an ideal base from which to explore western areas of Japan, as well as the Hokuriku and Nanki areas.

karaksa hotel grande Shin-Osaka Tower offers various types of accommodation, including double rooms and twin rooms. 219 of them can accommodate up to three guests and 20 rooms can accommodate up to four persons. 160 of the rooms are connecting rooms that allow up to six guests to stay in adjacent rooms. The hotel is well equipped to handle small and large groups.

The higher floors of the hotel offer spectacular views of Osaka, including the city’s landmark Umeda Sky Building and with Mt. Ikoma and the Minoh mountains visible in the distance on fine days. There are also spacious corner rooms, some partially Japanese-style, offering more expansive views.

The hotel is equipped with a number of useful facilities, including an entranceway wide enough for large buses, a restaurant, large hot baths, saunas, a laundry room and a convenience store. The restaurant on the 3rd floor serves an expansive buffet-style breakfast, including a wide range of breads that change daily, salads, soup, hot dishes and desserts. Guests can also enjoy local Osaka dishes from the Osaka specialty section of the buffet, as well as specialties of nearby areas, including Kyoto, Kobe, Nagoya and Wakayama.

The new hotel has been accepting reservations since March of this year. Its promotions include a Special Grand Opening Plan with exclusive Japanese folding fans for all reservations made via the official website up to six months after opening.

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