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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Staying at Budget-friendly Karaksa Hotel in Japan

Japan has always been one of the top dream vacation place of Filipinos because it has a whole wide spectrum of things to enjoy such as cultural places, old and more architecture, food, shopping districts, and lots and lots of temples.

For some, going to Tokyo and visiting the famous Ginza District tops their list but there are also some who prefers to immerse themselves in Japan's zen-culture by opting to go to Kyoto.

Kyoto is a very picturesque place especially with its centuries-old castles, the Arashimaya Bamboo Forest, and shrines and pavilions. This place is also home to the lovely cherry blossom trees and geisha culture. But of course, it is always a pleasant travel experience if one can stay for several days or more so that one can really "feel" the place.


Aside from airfare, the budget-conscious traveler is always on the lookout for an affordable but nice hotels, and Karaksa Hotel in Kyoto really fits that description.

Karaksa Hotel is a three-star hotel that offers not just budget-friendly room rates but it also highlights superb hospitality service and facilities. And to top that, it is conveniently located near Arashimaya and a short walk from Omiya station.



And for those travelers who are after having a gastronomic experience, going to Osaka, hailed as the food capital of Japan, top their list. In Osaka, you can have your fill of takoyaki, okonomiyaki, and horumon (a dish similar to lengua). Best districts to pig-out are in Dotonbori of Shinsekai. But of course, there are also noteworthy attractions is Osaka aside from food- there's Osaka Castle, Universal Studios, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, and the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum. Those who love skylines can visit Abeno Harukas, Japan's tallest skyscraper which has an observation deck, the Harukas 300 where you can have your fill of the city's awesome view.

Karaksa Hotel in Osaka is also a mere walking distance from Osaka's main shopping district and is also a 5-minute walk from Nagahoribashi and Sakaisuji-Hommachi Stations.


So for the smart traveler, staying at Karaksa Hotel in Kyoto or Osaka is not just a budget option but more on a leisure hotel stay. The hotel's interiors are charmingly cozy and that includes the rooms, which offers a lot of pampering choices for the traveler- fully air conditioned rooms, hot and cold showers, latest flat screen TV, universal sockets with USB ports, Japanese-style bidet, mini refrigerator, suitcase storage under the bed, and others. Guests can opt for rooms with double decker beds with a connecting room, especially built for those traveling with family or friends.

Guests are also in for a nice surprise since there are Filipino receptionists and a TFC channel on TV just in case you are feeling a bit homesick.

Xymax Corporation, Japan's premier asset property management company teamed up with Robinsons Land Corporation, one of the leading property developers in the Philippines, and came up with the wonderful Karaksa Hotel that is not just conveniently located in Kyoto and Osaka, but also offers a 5-star hotel service.


Whether you grab a seat sale or impulsively book a tour to Japan, fret not! You can book at Karaksa Hotel easily through http://www.gohotels.ph/gohotels-now-in-japan/By booking at any Go Hotels branch, you can get a chance to win a trip for two to Osaka. Click here for more details.

Karaksa Hotel, in partnership with Go Hotels, will open five more branches before the Tokyo Olympics 2020: Hokkaido, Sapporo, Tokyo Ginza, Shin-Osaka and Namba to cater more budget travelers. You can expect the Namba branch to open this November. 

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