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Coming back to the Hyatt Regency Osaka after a big day of exploring Osaka was like coming home. The hotel is so calm and comfortable. We didn't come across a single member of staff (from room service to management) who wasn't willing to go out...More
We decided to spent our remaining 3 days in Osaka, so our agency booked us to Hyatt regency Osaka..
Upon our arrival, staff were smiling and greeted us.
I was hesitant at first because location was hotel was far from the city, but hotel staff...More
Enjoyed staying at the Hyatt for a first time visit to Osaka for business. The location was a little away from some of the business center. I was willing to forgo that to save significantly on my room rate during a sold out time.
We booked after checking pictures but not the location.
We arrived very early as we had a night flight and the hotel was most accommodating by giving us early check in. This allowed us to have some sleep and then have a full half day...More
Thank Anthony W
Hong Kong, China
Reviewed February 22, 2016
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To be honest, there are not many vegan options in Japan. Tokyo offers some as the foreign population here is a lot bigger than any other locations in Japan. For Osaka, the majority of the foreign visitors are from Asia and... More
To be honest, there are not many vegan options in Japan. Tokyo offers some as the foreign population here is a lot bigger than any other locations in Japan. For Osaka, the majority of the foreign visitors are from Asia and vegan options are hard to get in Osaka unless you request very specifically when ordering food. You can search in happycow site which lists vegan restaurants around Japan.