JTB Group website JAPANiCAN.com today released its recommendations for the best hotel deals in Osaka, the economic center of Japan’s Kansai region. The promotion focuses on a small group of three- and four-star hotels in Osaka’s major areas with deeply discounted rates on JAPANiCAN.com, ranging up to an impressive 73% off standard rates at the Hotel Nikko Osaka.
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About half of the JAPANiCAN Select Osaka hotel lineup is centered in the area surrounding Osaka Station and the Umeda subway station, Osaka’s transportation hub offering easy access to the rest of Osaka as well as nearby Kyoto and Nara by train. Under JAPANiCAN’s promotion the Granvia Osaka, located literally on top of Osaka Station, is 37% off, and rooms at the nearby New Hankyu Hotel can be had for up to an additional 68% off their normally modest prices. Other Osaka hotspots represented include the Cross Hotel Osaka near Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori, the Osaka nightlife hangouts famous for their neon lights and cheap eats.
With the release of the JAPANiCAN Select Osaka page, JAPANiCAN.com has now released its hotel picks for Japan’s three most popular destinations of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. To see the complete list of hotels in all three cities, visit the campaign page at http://www.japanican.com/osaka/select_hotels/.
Fully owned and operated by JTB Global Marketing & Travel Inc. since July 2009, JAPANiCAN.com is an online hotel and tour reservation site providing visitors to Japan access to Japan’s largest travel company, the JTB Group. JAPANiCAN aims to support all visitors to Japan and all those who love Japan’s culture.
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