If you want to enjoy a slightly different stay in Osaka, rooms with an open-air bath are recommended!
You can enter the open-air bath anytime you like, making it perfect for couples or family trips.
This time, we introduce recommended hotels and ryokans in Osaka Prefecture with rooms that have open-air baths.
Also, check out the world’s first “Official Champagne Hotel”!
We also picked up a few rare hot spring inns in Osaka Prefecture.
The Singulari Hotel & Skyspa
After playing at USJ, relax in the semi-open-air bath with a view of the night sky at The Singulari Hotel & Skyspa.
For those celebrating an anniversary, why not stay at USJ’s official hotel and fully enjoy Universal Studios Japan (USJ)?
It is directly connected to Universal City Station and has excellent access.
The journey between Universal City Station and Osaka Station takes about 15 minutes by train.
The limited “The Singulari King” rooms feature a semi-open-air bath with views of the Osaka city night. After a fun day, relax in your private spa.
After playing at USJ, take a break in the semi-open-air bath with a view of the night sky.
The “The Singulari King” rooms have a simple and relaxing atmosphere. The night view outside the window will also add color to your special day.
The hotel’s top floor has separate observation open-air baths for men and women.
From the large windows, you can enjoy the beautiful night view of Osaka Bay and the city. It seems like a trip that will create lasting memories.
Address: 6-2-25 Shimaya, Konohana-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: Directly connected to Universal City Station
Randor Hotel Namba Osaka Suites
Randor Hotel Namba Osaka Suites is a hidden gem with all-suite rooms located in the city of Osaka.
For those who want to spend time in the convenient Osaka city area, why not stay at “Randor Hotel Namba Osaka Suites,” just a short walk from the Ebisucho subway station?
All rooms are suites, so both the room and the bathroom are luxurious.
The “Executive Penthouse” and “Presidential Penthouse” with open-air baths are perfect for couples.
Relax on the sofa or lounge on the bed.
Enjoy dinner prepared by a dedicated chef in this hidden gem with all-suite rooms in the city.
The open-air bath in the “Executive Penthouse” has a large round tub.
Let it ease the tension of your journey.
Address: 5-12-4 Nipponbashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: 1 minute walk from Ebisucho Station
CANDEO HOTELS Osaka Namba / Osaka City
Located in Higashi Shinsaibashi, in the heart of Osaka Minami, “CANDEO HOTELS Osaka Namba” has a sky spa on the top floor!
Enjoy a special time soaking in the bath and gazing at the night sky or stars while being caressed by the wind in the middle of the city. Relish the overwhelming sense of openness in the atrium.
Luxurious suites with bath time in the room, complete with terrace and open-air bath!
Enjoy timeless relaxation.
Relax on the spacious green sofa overlooking the city and indulge in a luxurious moment.
Address: 2-2-5 Higashi Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: About a 10-minute walk from Namba Station
About a 10-minute walk from JR Namba Station
About a 5-minute walk from Nipponbashi Station
About a 5-minute walk from Nagahoribashi Station
Hotel Code Shinsaibashi / Osaka City
Celebrate an elegant anniversary in the jacuzzi at Hotel Code Shinsaibashi, a designer hotel in Shinsaibashi.
Why not stay at “Hotel Code Shinsaibashi,” just a 3-minute walk from the subway’s Shinsaibashi Station?
It offers 10 types of rooms, including the “Premium Room” with an outdoor jacuzzi, which feels like stepping out of a movie into a modern room.
Soak in the tub with a glass in hand for a celebrity-like holiday.
Celebrate an elegant anniversary in the jacuzzi at this designer hotel in Shinsaibashi.
The “Premium Room” is stylish not only in the bath but also in the room itself.
From the wallpaper to the lighting and furnishings, everything is supervised by a designer, creating a cohesive look.
Despite being in the center of the city, the 41m² space allows for a comfortable stay.
Address: 1-16-30 Higashi Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: About a 3-minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station
About a 6-minute walk from Nagahoribashi Station
Fushio Onsen Fushioukaku / Ikeda City
Surrounded by rich nature, “Fushio Onsen Fushioukaku“.
It’s about a 10-minute drive by the reservation-only free shuttle bus from the nearest station, Hankyu Takarazuka Line’s Ikeda Station.
A reservation for the bus is required.
There are 20 rooms with open-air baths here.
Depending on the room, you can enjoy various types of baths, such as cypress baths and jar baths.
If the weather is nice, you can enjoy a private bath time under the starry sky or moon at night.
This hot spring inn lets you savor seasonal ingredients and game dishes in a place brimming with seasonal atmosphere.
On the higher floors, there are 4 types of rooms with natural, folk, sukiya-modern, and Asian themes, all with open-air baths. The baths come in 3 types: cypress, jar, and rock.
After a leisurely bath amidst lush greenery, unwind on the in-room massage chair and let go of your daily fatigue.
Address: 128-1 Fushio-cho, Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: 15 minutes by bus from Ikeda Station
Shuttle Bus Timetable
The shuttle bus stop information is translated from the Japanese site.
Minoo Sansou Kazenomori / Ikeda City
“Minoo Sansou Kazenomori” is an accommodation located on a hill in northern Osaka’s Minoo City. The view overlooking the Osaka Plain, especially the night view, is breathtaking!
For those who want to fully enjoy their trip, the special rooms with observation baths are recommended.
Bathing while gazing at the night view can make you feel like you’re on top of the world.
You’ll want to gaze endlessly at the changing night view of Osaka and the colors of the sky.
There’s also an attractive shuttle bus service about once an hour from Hankyu Minoo Station, taking just about 10 minutes to arrive.
The special rooms with observation baths, “Yamatsubaki” and “Hanasuizuki,” both offer great views.
Address: 2 Chome-14-71 Minoo, Minoo City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: 15 minutes by shuttle bus from Hankyu Minoo Station
Fudouguchikan / Izumisano City
A hidden retreat surrounded by deep greenery, the culinary inn
Located along the Kashii River in Izumisano City, the culinary inn “Fudouguchikan” is recommended for gourmet couples.
It’s about a 15-minute bus ride from JR Hineno Station, and a free shuttle bus is available if you make a reservation.
This inn, enveloped in deep greenery, exudes the ambiance of a hidden retreat.
There are only 2 rooms with open-air baths.
It’s a comfortable space with traditional Japanese atmosphere and functional amenities.
Listen to the murmuring river and chirping birds as you spend an extraordinary moment.
After relaxing in your room bath, why not head to the inn’s open-air bath?
This inn is located in the Kongou Ikoma Kisen National Park, making it perfect for nature enthusiasts.
The photo captures the view from the open-air bath.
A hidden retreat surrounded by deep greenery, the culinary inn
For dinner, enjoy dishes made with local ingredients and crafted with artisanal skill.
There’s a variety of menus including seasonal kaiseki, duck pot, peony pot, or assorted hot pot plans, and Wagyu beef plans with options like sukiyaki or shabu-shabu. Enough to satisfy even the most food-loving partner.
Address: 7 Oki, Izumisano City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: A 1-minute walk from the Nankai Bus Inunakiyama Station
– If using the JR Line:
15 minutes by Nankai Bus from JR Hineno Station to Inunakiyama Station
If using the Nankai Line:
30 minutes by Nankai Bus from Nankai Izumisano Station to Inunakiyama Station
CuveeJ2 Hotel Osaka by Onkochishin / Osaka City
“CuveeJ2 Hotel Osaka by Onkochishin” is located in Shinsaibashi and is the world’s first official champagne hotel with 11 rooms, each occupying one floor, and equipped with a semi-open-air anytime bath.
Each room, created in collaboration with 11 prestigious Champagne Maisons = producers, offers a unique and valuable experience of each Maison’s history and culture.
You’ll receive a bottle of champagne as a gift from the Maison.
Enjoy a luxurious night in a room enveloped in pure white, reminiscent of a scene from a movie.
Address: 2-6-7 Minami-Senba, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: 5 minutes walk from Shinsaibashi Station or Nagahoribashi Station
Matsuba Onsen Taki no Yu / Kaizuka City
Located about 40 minutes by car from Osaka city in Kaizuka, “Matsuba Onsen Taki no Yu” is a private inn with only 4 rooms.
All rooms have natural radon hot springs open-air baths made entirely of Japanese cypress.
Two rooms are barrier-free, making them accessible for wheelchair users.
Relax with the sound of the river and free massage machines.
For dinner, enjoy exquisite seasonal Wakayama crab dishes.
There’s even a direct sale of natural radon hot spring water, 20 liters for 100 yen!
Address: 3488 Kizumi, Kaizuka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: 10 minutes by taxi from Mizuma Kannon Station
Okumizuma Onsen / Kaizuka City
“Okumizuma Onsen” is a solitary inn located in the back room of Senshu, a picturesque spot with beautiful views of cherry blossoms in spring, fireflies in summer, autumn leaves, and winter snowscapes reflected in the clear stream.
One of the 4 rooms has a private open-air bath overlooking the mountains and river.
Though not a hot spring, the bath’s Shigaraki ware tub changes color with water, adding a stylish touch.
The rooms, with floor heating in both the Japanese-style room and living room, are comfortable even in cold weather.
Enjoy the “beauty water” and “miracle water,” known as Osaka’s best natural sodium spring, for its silky and beauty-enhancing qualities.
Address: 3159 Kizumi, Kaizuka City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: Shuttle bus available from Mizuma Kannon Station on the Mizuma Railway
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Yamanobe Riyu / Nose Town
“Yamanobe Riyu” is a secluded inn located in a 10,000-square-meter area of Nose Onsen in Nose Town, Osaka.
You can fully enjoy the 100% natural hot spring source in the open-air baths of the three buildings: Kaede-no-Yakata, Hiiragi-no-Yakata, and Katsura-no-Yakata.
The open-air baths amidst the quiet of the countryside, spacious rooms, and cuisine featuring local fresh ingredients and seasonal produce all promise ultimate relaxation.
Enjoy a leisurely time in the calm flow of time. The view from the private dining area for dinner is also beautiful.
Address: 409-81 Yamabe, Nose-cho, Toyono-gun, Osaka Prefecture
Access: 20 minutes by taxi from Nose Electric Railway’s Yamashita Station
Consultation required for shuttle service
Kamenoi Hotel Tondabayashi
“Kamenoi Hotel Tondabayashi” is located about an hour’s drive from Osaka in Tondabayashi City.
It is about 20 minutes by the free shuttle bus, available 5 times a day, from the nearest station, Kintetsu Nagano Line’s Tondabayashi Station.
Among the variety of rooms, the 56.2 m² “Special Japanese-Western Room with Scenic Bath” is recommended for couples!
High-quality furnishings and amenities will enhance your mood. The large windows offer a sense of openness.
The inn is located at an altitude of about 280 meters on the summit of Dakeyama, offering an exceptional view!
This area is a hidden gem for night views.
From the observation room on the top floor, you can view the Osaka Plain sparkling like jewels.
Also, the inn has an open-air bath with views of the countryside and Kongou and Yamato Katsuragi Mountains, making it irresistible for scenery lovers.
Address: 880-1 Ryusen, Tondabayashi City, Osaka Prefecture
Access: Shuttle bus available from Tondabayashi Station
Here is the shuttle bus timetable
Perfect Choice for Staying in Hotels or Ryokans with Open-air Baths in Osaka
For a unique stay in Osaka, why not try rooms with open-air baths?
Perfect for couples or family trips, you can enjoy the baths anytime you like.
The convenience of being just 30 minutes to an hour’s drive from the city center of Osaka is also great.
In this article, we introduced recommended hotels and ryokans in Osaka Prefecture with open-air baths.
Don’t miss the world’s first “Official Champagne Hotel”! Be sure to visit at least once.