The hotel has a number of reviews commenting on its white-marble Cinderella meets Liberace aesthetic. It's odd considering the hotel is so new, but hey it's Japan.
Hotel lobby is on the 1st (Japanese/American 2nd) floor and has an odd wet-sheep lanolin smell about it as you ascend the escalator. We later realised this smell appears in other parts of Osaka too.
Twin room offered power outlets to each bed.
Room had a small couch, appearing to be a fold-out sofa-bed.
Bathroom standard Japanese pod-style with limited shelf space.
Window unable to open (possibly only in an emergency, but didn't try to open it)
Lifts were frequent and fast.
Breakfast was standard western/Japanese hotel stuff. Drip filter coffee was very strong. Hot options were usually virtually cold. Bread was usually stale but the pastries (assume par-cooked or frozen) were cooked/heated onsite and fresh.
The hotel is a slight walk south from Osaka station, but close to a few subway stations. Short walk up to Umeda for nightlife and shopping. Still there are restaurants nearby, and a big bottle shop next door.
Overall a pretty good deal for the price.