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Reviewed September 25, 2012

The rooms are indeed tiny even for Japanese standards, but not bad for such affordable prices. We enjoyed the "extra" amenities not found in the other hotels we encountered in Japan, namely the free drinks in the lobby area, the shampoo bar where you can try all the different types of shampoos and conditioners in addition to the basic stuff in your room, free bike rentals, and discounts in the coffee shop downstairs. If you get there early enough in the morning, there are also free breakfast rolls.

The hotel is within walking distance to the busy shopping streets of Namba, Minami, Shinsaibashi... our favorite turned out to be the Kuromon market as my parents and I loved to eat. All sorts of gourmet dishes are available in innumerable food stalls, we bought what we want which is restaurant-quality but much cheaper, and walked back to our hotel room to eat. We were in foodie heaven!

The street that the hotel is located on is filled with electronics shops, toy stores, and video/game/anime shops. One of the collectible stores specialized in memorabilia of Mad Max 2: Road Warrior. Shows how random those stores are!

Date of stay: September 2012
Trip type: Traveled with family
4  Thank dancingruru
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Reviewed August 16, 2012

Nice hotel which is easy to find if you choose the right exit from the subway. Use exit 10 of the Nippombashi Station and go straight out for 6-8 minutes. The hotel is next to the second 7-eleven on your left hand.

Date of stay: August 2012
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11  Thank OMICPH
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Reviewed June 20, 2012

I stayed here for two nights in April 2012. Not far from Namba station. There is free drink corner at lobby. Register a member for free breakfast.

Date of stay: April 2012
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4  Thank OatMkt
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Reviewed June 3, 2012

The hotel is very well located - a short walk to the Dotombori, where you will find Osaka nighlife. Again, small but comfortable and clean rooms, good facilities, (if you are coming from Europe, you will be shocked free drinks @ reception. A very happy staying during the cherry blossom season.

Date of stay: April 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank rodrigofazmed
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Reviewed June 2, 2012

Hotel Hillarys is a very good budget hotel located only 10 minutes walking from Namba-Nankai station (the JR Namba station is a little further away), which is why I chose it for convenient travel to/from the airport, Nara and Koya-san. There are lots of electronics shops in the area (called "Den Den Town") and there is a large SevenEleven downstairs, which is very convenient.

The first room I got was a smoking room which smelled repugnantly of stale smoke, but the second room didn't smell bad at all although it was also a smoking room. The room was on the small side as expected, but well equipped, comfortable and clean. The bed was super comfortable! There was a large window which you could open and amenities like a tea set, free Internet through a LAN cable, bathroom kit and slippers. The bathroom was a typical very small fitted Japanese bathroom with a cool high-tech toilet and a water faucet which supplied both the wash basin and the shower/bathtub.

The service was very friendly and professional, for example they had my suitcase (which I had forwarded from Kyoto) already waiting for me in my room. The breakfast buffet at the downstairs café was a large choice of yummy Japanese dishes. I didn't really see any Western breakfast like toast or cereals, but if you like Japanese breakfast with Miso soup, rice, etc. you will definitely enjoy the large variety of delicious dishes.

Date of stay: May 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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5  Thank LiMo2009
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