The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama – Be Impressed by a Contemporary Hotel Concept

The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama – Be Impressed by a Contemporary Hotel Concept

December 11, 2019


Have you noticed that the word, “hotel”, does not appear in The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama? Well, the hospitality that this accommodation wants to bring to you is not traditional, with the usual tone and form that word implies. “Providing a place where things happen just by you being there and by bringing people together” – that’s CANVAS hospitality.

The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama is conveniently located beside a Family Mart and directly connected to the Osaka Metro Sakaisuji Line/Keihan Railway Kitahama Station (Exit 3). It is also around 8 minutes’ walk from the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line Yodoyabashi Station (Exit 8) and slightly more than 16 minutes’ walk from the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line Shin-Osaka Station. If you’re travelling from the Kansai International Airport, the journey to The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama takes approximately 70 minutes by train.



The room categories at The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama ranges from comfort double to standard twin to superior double to superior twin to suite. Jayden and I were hosted in the Standard Twin room for two nights. The highlight of this room is the colourful tiles in the shower room.

There is a “Lending Room” on the forth floor of The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama. You’re able to borrow memory foam pillows, buckwheat pillows, additional blankets, hair curlers, straightening irons, extension cords, humidifiers, trouser press and more from this room. There is also an ironing room located on every floor.


If you’ve forgotten to bring along your bath amenities, don’t worry. The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama has got everything covered for you. Besides the usual basic bath amenities placed in all the rooms and suites, you’re able to get additional amenities such as razor, rolling pin, skincare set and face masks, just to name a few, from the amenities counter in the lobby.






There is a 24-hour gym available on the second floor. The room key card is required to access the gym, so remember to bring it along with you. The lounge is also located on the second floor. You can enjoy breakfast or relax over afternoon tea and coffee. We find the “Brew Your Own Coffee” counter very special. You can select your desired coffee beans, grind them yourselves, before making your coffee using the pour-over or drip method. It was a fun experience for us.

The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama is excellent for both business and leisure travellers. While families get together here, solo travellers will be able to meet and connect with new friends. Are you ready to experience the CANVAS hospitality?

The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama
Address: 1 Chome-9-8 Kitahama, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 541-0041, Japan
Contact: +81662201111

Note that this is an invited stay, but the opinions are the writer’s own.

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