Sunplay Inn Nagahori is located near 'Nanba'and 'Shinsaibashi'
Only male can stay in Sunplay Inn Nagahori !
We are a leading capsule hotel in Osaka, and proud of our cleanness and brightness that make our guests feel good. Best located for a business trip and for sightseeing,
on the 5th and 6th floors of Sunplay Inn NAGAHORI.
We provide you with 108 bright and clean rooms. Each room is fully equipped with a TV, a radio, an alarm clock, and a negative ion generator. Wash-basins and toilets are always kept bright and clean.
The person who has a tattoo in body can't take a bath
And we have a single private room!
You can reseve a single private room,too!
In plans of the capsule and single room both,breakfast included!!
Open: 2:00 PM - 10:00 AM
A fine view from windows in the public bath provides you with a luxurious time.
It may relieve you of fatigue for the day and help you feel relaxed physically and mentally.
Towels, toothbrushes, razors, hair-driers, hairbrushes, hairdressing, and cosmetics are equipped.
Open: 2:00 PM - 2:30 AM.
It can wash away your sweat and get rid of your much stress, and may help you feel relaxed physically and mentally.
Dining Bar Tsuredure-an
Open: 4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
Price: 250 yen～
It is a scenic lounge on the 10th floor. It serves you with a variety of food and drink, and offers a night panorama of Osaka. Enjoy a quiet night with light meals and a glass in your hand. Pay when you check out, not taking your wallet with you.
check in : 14:00 check out : 10:00
buffet breakfast :450yen
Only male can stay in Sunplay Inn Nagahori
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