REVIEW HOTEL RAIZAN SOUTH OSAKA JAPAN
Hotel Raizan South Osaka Review - If you're a backpacker and looking for an affordable hostel to stay in Osaka, Raizan South Hotel is perfect. Not only raizan south but raizan north is also in the same building. South version is for backpackers with bunk bed options, if you're looking for a better room, then book Raizan North hotel.
If you have read my previous review about Peace House Sachi, the cheap hostel in Osaka, this Raizan South hotel is next to Peace House Sachi. The location is perfect, near 3 station which is 2 mins walk from Shin-Imamiya Station for JR Line and Nankai Line. Also just a min walk from Subway station Dotonsuen-mae.
Near this Raizan South hotel you can find a lot of mini mart, laundy coin machine, restaurant dan luggage service.
CHEAP HOTEL OSAKA
Can you imagine what USD 23 room in Osaka looks like? Yes it's small with bunk bed, but for me personally this hotel provides good service and facilities for the guest. Although it's a small room but it has a lot of aminities. They have TV, AC, Sandal, even the cloth for Onsen.
I took a picture of the next door,it has a bunk bed and a single room also. Make sure to check North Raizan Hotel also.
What I love about this company, it has a lift for backpacker hotel with cheap price. Our room is on 6th floor, we have a public toilet, equipped with hairdyer.
The bathroom and the onsen (japanese bathroom style) is on the 1st floor. But for the onsen they have operational hour from 5 am - 8 am.
Also Read : The Best Sushi in Kuramon Market Osaka
This is the public space at the first floor, there's a kitchen with complete equipment, luggage drop, 3 computers, vending machine, small souvenir corner and also a money changer machine.
We tried to use the money changer machine, it's a common use money changer in Japan with the same rate all around Japan. The rate is not really bad and not the best.
If you want to stay in a cheap hotel, South Raizan or North Raizan is the best option for you.
Thanks for the best blog. it was very useful for me.keep sharing such ideas in the future as well. Bradford KorzenReplyDelete