Osaka Namba Weekly
2-3-1 Namba Chuoku 5F Azami Namba building
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Recently "the Namba weekly" is located in center of the Namba where you take to walk only 30 sec. from subway station.
All 6 rooms are private and a key, a desk, a chair, bed, internet and air-conditioner are available free. Kitchen, bath, restroom, dining room , TV, washing machine, refrigerator, microwave are shared. The linen and water are all included with the rent.
From Osaka International Airport:
1. Head northwest 400 m
2. Slight right 550 m
3. Take the ramp onto No. 11 Line of the Hanshin Expressway Ikeda
Toll road 12.9 km
4. Take the exit onto Hanshin Expressway Loop Line # 1
Toll road 6.7 km
5. Take exit Namba City High
Partial toll road 350 m
6. Turn left at Naniwa Ward East (intersection) 300 m
7. Turn left 220 m
8. Turn right 110 m
9. Turn left 96 m
10. Turn left
Destination will be on the right 22 m
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The best things about Namba Weekly are (1) it provides unbeatable value for money for the budget-concious traveller (2) it is conveniently situated close to a central Metro station (3) it's back street location means that street noise isn't really an issue.
My only real criticisms (and they're minor ones) are (1) cleanliness could have been better in the kitchen and bathroom areas (2) my room was small and very basic (but adequate) (3) the only window opened to reveal a concrete wall just a few inches away (4) the walls don't do much to prevent the transmission of noise between the rooms.
Internet was available in my room by cable connection and there was also air conditioning in my room. TV was available in a small common room and fridge, washing machine and microwave and very basic kitchen facilities were also communal. Since there are only a handful of rooms at Namba Weekly these facilities are probably enough to cope with demand. There was no staff person on-site but that wasn't really a problem as the manager can be contacted directly by mobile phone and he is an extremely helpful and friendly man. I very much doubt that any budget-concious traveller would find a better deal than Namba Weekly anywhere in Osaka.
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