Hotel Review: Osaka's Airport Hotel - Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport

It was an early morning flight out of Kansai to Manila for us; And the worrier Mama in me (too scared to be late for our flight), made me decide to book our last night in Osaka at the Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport

This hotel is a full service hotel, connected to Kansai Airport Terminal I.  It is near impossible to miss your flight from here (And if you are a sound sleeper, you can make use of a wake-up call just to make sure)From Kansai Terminal I, building take the lift to the 2nd floor and take Exit D or E.

Hotel Nikko will just be in front of you,

And directed to the hotel lobby on the ground floor.

Check in was easy.  It took me only a minute or so and was immediately handed out our room keys.

Our room for our last night in Osaka is a Super Triple Room about 29sqm in size.

It fits three semi-double sized bed and comes with an air-humidifier and flat-screen TV.  There is also a complimentary wifi, but I prefer using the one I rented via Klook, which was a lot faster than the complimentary hotel wifi.

Bathroom amenities were very good too...
The sachet facial wash and cleanser made their way to my hand carry bag.

Most of the available channels were in Japanese though, but that was fine since we were only there for the night and will be leaving early the next morning.  Besides, we were too exhausted from all the walking we did in Osaka (80+kms according to my eldest who was monitoring our walks) to even bother watch something on TV.

Look what's on TV... "Pokémon".
(Note: My eldest did a bit of Pokémon hunting in Osaka and was fairly happy with his catch).

After check-in, we got to tour the airport department stores/outlets for last minutes shopping ideas.  Although I ended buying most of my take home stuffs from inside the restricted area (after airport check-in).  I have compared prices and it was cheaper to buy stuffs inside.

Dinner was at  KYK Tonkatsu which was one of the best Tonkatsu I have tasted.   
Food is really so good, it deserves a separate write-up and a wonderful way to end our tour of Osaka's tasteful cuisine.

Breakfast which was part of our hotel package was at the Brasserie.   It was nice that breakfast was spread as early as 5am, giving us ample time to prepare for our 9am flight.

Breakfast was buffet-style and consists of Japanese and Western dishes using domestically produced ingredients.  Food is wonderful.  I love that everything is fresh and nicely prepared. 

We had awesome stay at Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport and could only wish for at least another day's stay. 

We will definitely miss Japan.
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