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Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma
2-6-3 Higashitenma, Kita Ward, Osaka
From ¥7,000 /night

Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma is a stylish hotel in central Osaka. It’s run by the Daiwa Roynet Hotels chain, and guarantees comfort and convenience at an affordable price.

What’s Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma like?

Del Style Osaka lobby. | Photo by Maria Danuco

Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma has a unique style that immediately makes it stand out — think geometric patterns, earthy hues, and natural finishes. It has a light and airy atmosphere, making everything feel more relaxed and friendly than your average business hotel.

The hotel is close to public transport, so it makes a good base for your Kansai adventures.

What facilities does the hotel have?

Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma keeps things simple when it comes to facilities. There is a public bath for guests, plus a tea and coffee station in the shared lounge in the lobby. But, there’s no on-site gym, restaurant, or café, or a dedicated co-working space.

Is there anywhere to hang out in the hotel?

The hotel doesn’t have a lot of space for socializing or chilling out. There’s just a shared lounge in the lobby, so it’s better suited to travelers who like to keep to themselves.

What are the rooms like?

Del Style Osaka single room. | Photo by Maria Danuco

The rooms at Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma are comfortable and reasonably stylish, but not overly spacious. They have all the standard amenities one would expect from a Japanese hotel, including an in-room refrigerator and kettle, a TV, and a small desk.

How big are the rooms?

Single-person rooms are small, but have a good layout so they don’t feel too cramped. Larger twin rooms are also available, so if you need more space you can easily upgrade.

Are the rooms comfortable?

The rooms are comfortable, although taller folks may find the beds to be on the shorter side. When it comes to mattresses and pillows, they’re a fine enough middle ground, neither too hard nor too soft — unlike many other places we’ve stayed.

What’s the view like?

While most of the rooms have windows, the view is not particularly noteworthy. Depending on which side of the hotel you’re on, you’ll either see other buildings, or the road in front of the hotel.

What’s the location like?

Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma is in a quieter part of central Osaka. That said, it’s situated along a main road and close to public transport, so it’s well connected, and there are several convenience stores, small cafés, and restuarants nearby.

How do I get there from the airport?

The best way to get from Kansai International Airport to Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma is to take the Haruka Express to Tennōji Station. Then transfer to the Tanimachi Line bound for Dainichi. Get off at Minami-Morimachi Station, and then walk 5 minutes to the hotel.

How is the access to trains and subway?

Minami-Morimachi Station is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel. It gives access to both the Tanimachi and Sakaisuji subway lines. Minami-Morimachi Station is also connected to Ōsakatemmangū Station on the JR Tōzai-Gakkentoshi Line.

What’s the surrounding neighborhood like?

The neighborhood around Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma is much more peaceful than other parts of Osaka. It has all the practical things you’d expect, like supermarkets and convenience stores, but nothing overly fancy.

Are there many good places to eat nearby?

While there are a few restaurants in the area, we recommend grabbing dinner somewhere else before heading back to the hotel for the night. Osaka is known as Japan’s kitchen, but unfortunately the range of restaurants and eateries near the hotel isn’t that impressive. Instead, grab a bite in places like Dōtonbori, Kuromon Ichiba Market, or even Osaka Station.

What points of interest are within walking distance of Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma?

The biggest attraction nearby is Osaka Tenmangu Shrine — it’s just a 4-minute walk from the hotel. During spring, you might also want to make time to walk over to the Japan Mint and riverside — both are known for their lovely cherry blossoms. Lastly, if you are feeling up to a longer walk, it’s 35 minutes to Osaka Castle.

Should I order the breakfast?

Breakfast is provided at the nearby Café Di Espresso. | Photo by Maria Danuco

Del Style Osaka Higashi Temma don’t serve breakfast on site. Instead, guests who book breakfast are given a voucher for the nearby Café Di Espresso. Here, you show your voucher and can choose a item from the Morning Set menu. One drink is already included, and you can also choose an extra pastry or drink to go with your breakfast.

While the food was good quality, and the extra pastry/drink was a nice touch, we’re not convinced it’s worth it. If you don’t mind going out in the morning on an empty stomach, you can easily find cafés that offer more interesting and varied breakfast sets for about the same price as what you’ve paid to the hotel.

Who should stay here?

This hotel is good for solo travelers, couples, and small groups who don’t mind splitting up between a few twin rooms. Business travelers will appreciate the desk in the rooms, but should note the lack of a co-working space.

We don’t recommend it for families, because the biggest rooms still only have two beds — kids would need to share a bed with their parents, or sleep on a sofa bed.

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