If you’re planning a trip to Osaka with your family, it can be difficult to find the right hotel.

There are a multitude of options on offer, and it can be an overwhelming decision.

To help you find the best place to stay, we’ve looked at facilities, services, and rooms at hotels in Osaka.

Based on this criteria, we handpicked the most luxurious hotels for families to choose from.

From hotels close to Universal Studios Japan, to those situated in the centre of the city, these options cover it all.

1. Hotel Royal Classic Osaka

Originally the Osaka Shin Kabukiza Theatre that opened in 1958, this incredible landmark has since been converted into a hotel.

There are a total of nine suites in the hotel including Audio Suites with the latest sound equipment.

Families will love the spacious suites that also have picturesque views of Osaka.

Choose between an Audio Suite or a luxurious suite for your family that’s fitted with a Japanese aesthetic.

All guest rooms come with a range of amenities from a fridge to a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries.

As the hotel is situated in the Chuo Ward, that also means there’s plenty for the family to do from shopping to eating delicious Japanese food and more.

  • Guest Rating: 9.4
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 542-0076 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo-ku Namba 4-3-3, Japan

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2. Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel

This hotel is great for families that are looking for rooms with stunning views of Osaka.

Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel occupies the 38th to 57th floor of Japan’s tallest building – Abeno Harukas.

There’s even a panoramic viewpoint on the 58th floor to properly soak in the views.

Relax in the five-star spacious hotel with luxury bedding, signature amenities, and amazing floor-to-ceiling windows.

There’s also plenty to do within the building from shopping at the Kinetsu department store to exploring the museum and outdoor terrace on the 16th floor.

If you’re tired and not keen on leaving the hotel, there’s also a restaurant on the 57th floor along with a buffet restaurant on the 19th floor.

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 545-0052 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Abeno-ku Abenosuji 1-1-43, Japan

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3. Liber Hotel at Universal Studios Japan

Situated near Universal Studios Japan, this is great for families that want to be in close proximity to all the fun.

Rooms are also uniquely designed with special themes such as Snoopy’s House, Peanuts Jazz, Jurassic World Adventure Room, and even a Sesame Street Big Face Room.

Parents can unwind after a long day at Universal Studios at the open-air large communal natural hot spring baths.

Alternatively, relax in the spacious garden terrace and rooftop terrace or dine at any of the cafes and restaurants on site.

Before starting your day at Universal Studios Japan, you’re also welcome to treat yourself to a sumptuous continental breakfast at the hotel.

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 554-0031 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Konohana-ku Sakurajima 1-1-35, Japan

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4. Hotel Universal Port Vita

Located near Universal Studios Japan, this hotel is perfect for families.

Children’s amenities from pyjamas to slippers and more are thoughtfully prepared by the hotel.

There’s also a variety of themed hotel rooms to tickle everyone’s fancy.

The Starry Room is great for those that want to sleep to countless stars that are adorned on the ceiling and walls.

Alternatively, opt for the Rainbow Room that can fit up to six people.

Besides having three bunk beds, it’s also a colourful room with a rainbow motif between clouds.

If you’re hungry you can also dine at Akihiko Asada for some freshly baked pizza that’s made with both flour and rice flour.

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 554-0024 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Konohana-ku Shimaya 6-1-16, Japan

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5. The Ritz-Carlton Osaka

The Ritz Carlton is the epitome of luxury with its classic European-style decor and luxurious amenities.

Each of the rooms have a beautiful urban design with an 18th-century British style.

Splurge on the Club Lounge to enjoy local experiences in a nature-inspired setting throughout the day.

If you’d like to immerse yourself in Japanese culture, stay in the Japanese Suite that has futon mattresses, tatami mats, a Japanese-style bath and sweeping views of Osaka.

For children, the Ritz Carlton has a special program called Ritz Kids that encourages children to explore the sights and sounds of the hotel and its environment.

There’s also plenty of amenities for junior guests from baby beds to children’s pajamas and even a Ritz Kids dining menu.

After a day of exploration, dine at any of the hotel’s delectable restaurants from Cantonese cuisine at Xiang Tao to Japanese Cuisine at Hanagatami.

  • Guest Rating: 9.2
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 530-0001 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Kita-ku Umeda 2-5-25, Japan

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6. Hotel Shiki Utsubo Park

Situated in a convenient location, Hotel Shiki Utsubo Park is a short distance away from Ikasuri Shrine, Samuhara Shrine and Koyaji Temple.

The rooms are spacious, urban and stylish – great for families visiting Osaka.

Families will enjoy the beautifully decorated suites with room for up to four people.

All rooms also come with a comfortable Simmons bed to provide you with a good night’s rest.

If you’re looking to explore Osaka, the hotel is conveniently located near Osaka station and is a great place to access sightseeing spots around the Kansai region.

  • Guest Rating: 9.2
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 550-0004 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Nishi-ku Utsubohonmachi 3-2-1, Japan

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7. Citadines Namba Osaka

This serviced residence is a modern apartment hotel that’s situated in the bustling district of Namba.

There’s various units within the residence to suit family needs.

Pick from a one-bedroom to a two-bedroom apartment that comes with ample space along with modern amenities.

One child under six can also stay with their parents for free.

Families can also relax at the resident’s lounge, workout at the fitness corner or do laundry with minimal hassle at the launderette.

There’s even a children’s playroom for children to have some fun.

If you’re looking to experience unique Japanese culture, head to Gion Kitagawa Hanbee Namba within the hotel to experience tea with selected sweets.

  • Guest Rating: 9.1
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 556-0005 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Naniwa-ku Nippombashi 3-5-25, Japan

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8. Hotel Universal Port

Just a short walking distance away from Universal Studios Japan, this is a hotel that’s great for families looking for an exhilarating experience.

Stay at the family room that’s adorned with luxury decorations along with toys and stuffed dolls for children.

If you’re travelling as a big group, you can even opt for two connecting family rooms.

Alternatively, stay in one of the adorable themed rooms.

The Minions Room comes with missile-shaped beds and even a crocodile-like couch while the WAKU WAKU Wonder Room is great for babies and young children.

It comes with a soft floor along with a diaper pail and microwave to warm up baby food.

Feel free to stop by the REX market within the hotel for a range of items including souvenirs, travel goods and more.

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 554-0031 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Konohana-ku Sakurajima 1-1-111, Japan

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9. Imperial Hotel Osaka

The Imperial Hotel Osaka is situated along the gorgeous Okawa River that’s renowned for their beautiful cherry blossoms.

This prestigious five-star hotel also comes with a kids room that’s complete with play areas and care by highly-experienced and well-trained staff.

Parents can unwind in the full-scale 25 meter pool or receive rejuvenating massage treatments in the room or at the on-site salon.

Rooms are spacious with a relaxing ambience, lounge area and en suite bathroom.

A free shuttle service is provided to and from JR Osaka Station – a hub that will take your family to other attractions in Osaka and beyond.

The hotel also houses a total of three restaurants serving a range of cuisine from French to lavish Chinese dishes.

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 530-0042 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Kita-ku Temmabashi 1-8-50, Japan

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10. The Park Front Hotel at Universal Studios Japan

This lovely hotel located near Universal Studios has plenty of rooms that have views of the park.

All rooms are furnished with an air purifier along with a luxury en suite bathroom complete with a private bath and shower.

For additional privacy, all rooms are also soundproof and feature a wide range of amenities.

Children will love the elevators going up to the guest rooms as they’ve got a time machine theme.

There are a variety of amenities and rental items specifically for kids including a concierge service.

Movies and event information about Universal Studios Japan can also be viewed from your in-room television free of charge.

There’s also an on-site buffet restaurant that has a Hawaiian themed interior and serves a wide array of international dishes.

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 554-0024 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Konohana-ku Shimaya 6-2-52, Japan

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11. Karaksa Hotel Grande Shin-Osaka Tower

Situated in Yodogawa Ward, this hotel is great for families as it’s near a number of main attractions, and also provides connecting rooms.

While there are different types of rooms, the High Floor Grande rooms are ideal for families as they come with a combination of Western and Japanese influences.

The room can accommodate up to four people and futons can be placed on the tatami mats for sleeping.

You can also enjoy panoramic views of Osaka through a large window in the bath.

After a long day, parents can unwind in the large hot baths and sauna to soothe the fatigue of your travels.

There’s an extensive breakfast buffet in the morning with over 40 different dishes including an Osaka speciality corner.

Families will love how the hotel is in close proximity to Shin Osaka Station – providing easy access to the rest of Osaka.

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 532-0003 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Yodogawa-ku Miyahara 3-3-24, Japan

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12. Premier Hotel -CABIN- Osaka

Situated conveniently in front of the Minami-Morimachi Station, this relatively new hotel is a completely non-smoking property.

All guest rooms are soundproof and furnished with a range of amenities including a trouser press service.

The hotel’s Premier Twin rooms are great for families as they’re spacious and also on higher floors.

All of the hotel’s beds use a special pillow known as the Mitsui Garden Hotels Original Pillow for a great night’s sleep.

In the morning, there’s a delectable Japanese and Western-style buffet breakfast serving healthy Kyushu cuisine.

Try the delicious fried squid, or Miyazaki Prefecture’s local speciality chicken Nanban.

After a long day, relax at the large public baths located on the top floor of the hotel to refresh your body and mind.

  • hGuest Rating: 8.9
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 530-0054 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Kita-ku Minamimorimachi 1-3-19, Japan

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13. Karaksa Hotel Osaka Namba

Situated in the busy area of Dontonbori and Shinsaibashisuji shopping street, this hotel is great for families that want to be close to all the action.

Rooms are also adequately furnished with connecting rooms that can accommodate up to six people.

Twin rooms have both a shower booth along with a range of amenities and toiletries.

Children aged six and under may stay at the hotel free of charge.

After a good night’s sleep, wake up to a buffet-style breakfast that’s the perfect way to start your day exploring Osaka.

  • Guest Rating: 8.9
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 542-0086 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo-ku Nishishinsaibashi 2-9-13, Japan

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14. Quintessa Hotel Osaka Bay

Quintessa Hotel Osaka Bay has spacious guest rooms that are furnished with a contemporary chic decor along with a sophisticated ambience.

Families will enjoy staying at the Deluxe Triple Plus room with wide single beds along with picturesque views of Osaka.

A free shuttle also runs from the hotel to Universal Studios Japan, Osaka Station and Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan.

There’s also a drinks vending machine at the hotel for guest convenience.

Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, indulge in a buffet with 80 dishes that’s made from carefully selected ingredients.

From meat dishes to waffles made with croissant dough, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

  • Guest Rating: 8.9
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 559-0034 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Suminoe-ku Nankokita 1-13-65, Japan

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15. The Lively Honmachi Osaka

Located in the heart of Osaka, Honmachi is within working distance to both the north and the south.

The area is packed with plenty of restaurants and is even walking distance to the famous Osaka-jo Castle.

Each of the 174 rooms within the hotel are equipped with premium American mattresses.

You’ll have a wonderful sleep on these beds that are 1.5 times thicker than a normal mattress and utilizes gel foam.

Families can opt to stay in a Superior Twin and Bunk room that comes with twin beds and bunk beds for kids

There’s also a living area and two washrooms that are ideal for family.

Every morning, enjoy the continental and buffet breakfast at the hotel or head to the Lobby Lounge to relax with billiards, board games and more.

  • Guest Rating: 8.8
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 541-0054 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo-ku, Minami-Honmachi 1-5-11, Japan

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16. Art Hotel Osaka Bay Tower

Situated near Bentencho Station, the Art Hotel Osaka Bay Tower has incredible views of the city as it spans a total of 51 floors.

A free shuttle service will take you to Hotel Universal Port as well as Namba Osaka City Air Terminal.

Art Hotel Osaka Bay Tower has rooms fitted with three beds – including a baby’s bed.

There’s also a mini kitchen for parents to make home cooked meals.

Another adorable room to stay at is the Magical Stage with lights within the room that remind you of an amusement park.

Relax in the low alkaline hot springs water that flows directly from the source.

In addition to this, there’s also a sauna along with body scrub services to help you feel rejuvenated after a long day.

There’s also plenty of food within the hotel from teppanyaki to a gourmet corner with a variety of entertainment from sake tasting shows to soba noodle making.

  • Guest Rating: 8.8
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 552-0007 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Mnato-ku Benten 1-2-1, Japan

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17. Hotel New Otani Osaka

Located right in front of Osaka Castle, Hotel New Otani offers spacious rooms along with a total of 13 dining options.

Rooms feature large windows that have views of either the city or Osaka Castle itself.

Families can relax in the hot tub or sauna, or enjoy a massage treatment for an additional charge.

There’s also plenty to do at this property from a shuttle service to and from Kyoto to the Osaka Wonder Loop Sightseeing Bus that departs and arrives at the property.

Families can also opt to either stay in the Family Suite that can fit up to four to five people, or the Japanese-Style Suite that can fit up to four people.

There’s also plenty of restaurants to tantalise one’s taste buds from all-day dining at Satsuki with homemade bread and pastries to Japanese and International cuisine.

  • Guest Rating: 8.8
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 540-8578 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo-ku Shiromi 1-4-1, Japan

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18. Hotel Monterey Le Frere Osaka

As a family, you’re sure to have a relaxing and comfortable stay at this hotel with its traditional Japanese designs and lighting.

Situated in the central location of Umeda in Osaka, it’s the perfect base to sightsee and discover Osaka’s treasures.

Start your day with a buffet breakfast that has both Japanese and Western dishes.

Thereafter, unwind at the public bath and sauna facility that’s exclusively for hotel guests.

Then, have a good night’s sleep on the hotel’s high quality Simmons pocketed coil spring mattresses.

All rooms also come with an air purifier including a humidifier function and plasma cluster.

Attractions situated near the hotel include Tsuyu no Tenjinja Shrine, Honden-ji Temple and Hoka-ji Temple.

  • Guest Rating: 8.7
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 530-0002 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Kita-ku Sonezakishinchi 1-12-8, Japan

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19. The Singurlari Hotel & Skyspa

Directly connected to the JR Universal City Station, the Singurlari Hotel & Skyspa is the perfect place to stay for convenient access to Universal Studios Japan.

All rooms come with Simmons mattresses and some rooms have large windows that feature views of the gorgeous Osaka Bay.

Relaxation awaits at the Skyspa on the 14th floor that has both an open-air bath and hot tub.

Each room also comes with Simmons bedding along with customised room wear that’s made with a unique material.

Families can stay at The Singulari King Room that comes with an open-air bath for an added touch of luxury.

In the morning, feast on the delicious and healthy breakfast with its delectable lineup of dishes.

  • Guest Rating: 8.6
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 554-0024 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Konohana-ku Shimaya 6-2-25, Japan

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From incredible locations to uniquely designed rooms, these hotels have it all.

Fully equipped with all the amenities that you’d require, your family is sure to have a comfortable stay.

All you have to do is step out of your hotel to explore all that Osaka has to offer.

If none of the above tickles your fancy, feel free to take a look at other luxury hotels that are available around Osaka.

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