When visiting UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN®, we recommend staying at Hotel Universal Port, one of the official hotels authorized by UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN®.
The resort and entertainment hotel, Hotel Universal Port, is located in the Osaka Bay area, right next to UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN®.
The hotel is packed with entertainment facilities based on the themes of “sea”, “movies” and “memories”.
It boasts spacious guest rooms, an impressive range of facilities, and special services to delight children.
We look forward to welcoming you, your family, friends and loved ones to Hotel Universal Port, where we promise you a pleasant and unforgettable experience.
This official hotel of UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN® has a stunning design which is second to none. The lobby is 115 meters (377ft) in width, and behind the front desk is a 15 meter long (49ft) water tank, giving guests the impression of stepping into a small aquarium. With a huge statue in the shape of a dinosaur egg, and a photo spot designed to look like a town destroyed by a dinosaur, this resort hotel offers an exciting, theme park-like experience.
The average size of the guest rooms is 35m² (377 ft²), the largest of any hotel in the area.
All rooms have a bathroom with a washing space, and a separate toilet (with Washlet functions).
We also have popular family rooms, and connecting rooms which can accommodate up to eight people.
All rooms have free Wi-Fi (wireless LAN), and cable LAN, with cables provided free of charge.
The hotel is only a 3-minute walk from UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN® and a 10-minute shuttle boat ride from Osaka Aquarium KAIYUKAN,
making it the perfect location from which to enjoy these two popular entertainment spots.
The hotel boasts easy access to Kansai International Airport, Kyoto, and Kobe. It is only 45 minutes from Kyoto Station, and 40 minutes from Kobe (JR Sannomiya Station) to the hotel by train. Kansai International Airport can be reached in 70 minutes by shuttle bus.
With a dash of adventure, the main restaurant offers an extravagant buffet packed with about 90 kinds of dishes at breakfast, about 50 at lunch and around 70 at dinner. Course meals are also served.