If you want a hotel of good standard close to the railway station and foodhalls then the Granvia is a good choice. It is arge and modern without a lot of personality so doesn't stand out but it has a pleasant spacious lobby and really nice rooms with good beds and excellent bathrooms and most rooms have wide views.
We splurged on a teppanyaki meal on the top floor. The views were fabulous at night, our personal chef cooked us a truely delicious and fresh meal and the wagyu beef was divine. It was expensive but worth it. Recommended as a good overnight stop.