Capsule Hotel Asahi Plaza Shinsaibashi - Osaka34.67078, 135.49805
The 2-star Capsule Hotel Asahi Plaza Shinsaibashi offers a non-smoking accommodation in Chuo Ward district of Osaka.
This hotel is about 1.7 km away from Osaka Science and Technology Museum. The property is in a 30-minute walk to Osaka city center.
Nearby points of interest include a museum and a castle.
Capsule Hotel Asahi Plaza Shinsaibashi is around 20 minutes' drive from Itami airport.
Capsule Hotel Asahi Plaza Shinsaibashi is a property in Osaka that comes with 437 rooms and provides complimentary Wi-Fi, a heating system, climate control, a safe and a personal computer. They feature bathrooms with a hairdryer, guest toiletries and bath sheets.
Eat & Drink
Eggs 'n Things Shinsaibashi and Hokkyokusei serve a selection of meals within 100 meters from the venue.
The hotel offers a storage room, a safe deposit box and a vending machine for general needs and a fax machine and a photocopier for corporate travelers.
On-site spa options feature a Jacuzzi and a sauna.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 437.
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Dressing area
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
1 Single bed
1 Single bed
- City landmarks
It has large bath room on the B2 floor without paying extra fees. It couldn't be much better than taking a hot water shower after tour in Winter season. The hotel has it's kitchen on the 2nd floor. The food offered is good.
Although they have air-conditioning, the blanket in your capsule is not as warm enough as you may expected at night. And please remember to remove your footwear when you enter the lobby, because the behavior may annoy the staff.
I stayed at the hotel for the novelty factor and because it had facilities for women, unlike most other capsule hotels. However I would have no hesitation in using it again for single nights. I really enjoyed being there. My capsule contained everything I needed and was high enough for me to sit (although not kneel) up.
I would not use the hotel for extended stays because of the potential difficulty in being separated from my luggage. I could have fitted my standard carry-on size case into the locker if it had not been expanded. However I asked for (and was allocated) a lower tier capsule but the corresponding locker was at the higher level and I would have had difficulty lifting my case into it.
Entirely ok capsule hotel in a good location. Nothing fancy at all; it is a capsule hotel, and less fancy than the Shinjuku one, to name one. No frills. However, was long enough for my 1.87 frame (length might be 2 meters). Clean. But a capsule, even charging your computer/camera, or storing luggage (that does not fit into the small locker) costs extra (not much though). The worst part is that the bed is harder than usual, so it is somewhat hard to sleep. worse than the tatami mat thing and worse than I remember the Tokyo capsules.
Extra charge for big baggage 蹲式廁所 WiFi works only in B1 space No personal showera room Need to check in/out every day even living more than 2 days No electric socket in room
Well organised and equiped, surprisngly unclaustrophobic.
Snoring from other capsules (capsules have blinds, not doors).
nice location, nice bathroom, nice reading room
uncomfortable bad sheets and duvet cover.
The possibility to use the free spa is very nice and the hotel is conveniently located close to jr umeda station and inside the american district of osaka.
You have to pay to leave your luggage if it is too big to fit their lockers. For the price you pay they should keep your luggage for free.
I really liked the experience of a capsule hotel. It was everything I ever thought it would be and more. It had a sauna and hot bath. It even had a laundry room, rest room, powder room, and games. Overall it was a great experience.
The only down size was the way the people at the front desk were not rude, but were not as friendly as the rest of the Japanese people I have met on my trip. They seemed to be speeding us up, not as much focus on customer service, more focus on getting people checked-in and out. They were bussy though. They did speak english so it was not hard to communicate.
the location is great, and i like that with that price, the place comes with many facilities (Sauna, comic room, lounges)
The stay here was purely for the experience. Although male and female have seperate sleeping and onsen (hot bathing) areas the relaxation and cafe are not. Very surprised at how comfortable and relaxing this was. Recommend everyone try at least one night.
Nice and clean capsule hotel in great location. Fast free wifi connection.
No electric sockets available for free, you have to pay small fee if you want recharge your cellphone or laptop.
Must do Japanese experience. Not very comfortable mattress or pillow tho
Just how a Capsule hotel shall be!!
The lobby and the lounge area smells of smoke.
Nice place to stay if you are travelling alone. Extremely nice relaxation and public bath. The capsule itself is a nice concept.
A lot smokers in the relaxation room. A lot of snoring, but that didn't bother me.
It has quite good location, very close to Conbini, clothes shopping street or takoyaki shop :d It has good separation of area between 2 sexes. I enjoy my small room, the sauna, the readiness of bathing stuffs and a convenient powder room...
It looks dark to me when I first came. It's hard to reach to the hotel from the station I came from. Anyway, using 3g and iPhone can help a lot. My room has a little bit smell of smoking. The map of the hotel about the location of different places like bathroom, locker room is not clear and confusing to me