This Capsule Hotel in Osaka Looks Like a First-Class Cabin
Experience first-class privileges for less.
Finding a good hotel in Japan is not that hard to do, considering the variety of accommodations that the country has to offer. From character-themed hotels to cozy guesthouses, there’s surely a hotel for every traveler.
In this article, we share our experience of what it’s like to stay at a capsule hotel in Osaka.
First Cabin Midosuji Namba
Namba Midosuji Building 4/F 4-2-1, Namba, Chuo District, Osaka
Check-in is at 3 p.m. while check out at is at 10 a.m.
For more details, check out their website.
First Cabin is a capsule hotel conceptualized with the image of a first-class cabin in mind. Although the rooms here are reasonably priced, the capsule hotel still makes you feel like you’re an elite first-class passenger. Best of all, this modern-style concept hotel is located at the heart of the city. The Midosiji Namba branch is just one of the hotel’s many branches in Japan.
The capsule rooms in the hotel strongly resemble a first-class cabin. There are separate floors allotted for men and women staying at the hotel. In addition to this, the high-end amenities make it possible for guests to have a luxurious experience.
Hair irons and blow dryers are available at the hotel’s powder room.
Since this is a capsule hotel, customers should be careful not to make loud noises. As much as possible, they should stay silent within the sleeping quarters to respect the other guests taking a rest.
The sleeping quarters are dimly lit to produce that nice and relaxed atmosphere.
Lounges and phone booths are provided for calls and chats with friends. Manga and drinks, on the other hand, are available at the lounge spaces.
You can spend hours at the hotel with its free wifi, lounges, sauna, and spa.
The hotel’s spa and sauna are a good place to relax and unwind after an exhausting day of traveling. There is also an in-house massage service for those who are extra tired.
Guests are provided with a smartphone, containing free calls and internet, which they can use while traveling.
During the winter, humidifiers are set up in each room. You won’t even have to worry about your sleepwear since the hotel readily provides them to their guests. Moreover, each room has a safety box where you can deposit your valuables and belongings.
Overall, the experience takes conventional capsule hotel living to a whole new level!
(4 May 2019)