The lobby is just steps away from the train station and a convenience store. It's also a walking distance from the Osaka Castle. The room is super small, but that's just ideal for a solo travel who likes to experience the city and not just lounge in the hotel. The water pressure is also amazing. I enjoyed relaxing baths after a long day outdoors. Staff is great, too. There's always someone who can speak fluent English. The buffet, though delicious, could be repetitive if you're staying for more than one day. They have a specific period for room cleaning. I overslept on my third or fourth day, so when I was about to go out late in the afternoon, I asked them to clean the room and they said they couldn't anymore because their room cleaning cut-off was, if I remember correctly it's 3pm. So I had the day's trash carried over the following day. I understand that's it's a 3-star hotel, and it may be due to my ignorance (maybe some hotels really have these rules), but for anyone out there who may not know, like me, better ask the hotel their cut-off time for room cleaning so you won't make the same mistake that I did.