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ice大阪 自由行 3 天

香港快運

OUAP03U UO

出發日期: 即日至 12 月 22 日、12 月 27 至 1 月 18 日、1 月 27 至 2 月 28 日
費用包括:

至抵價$3199

香港至大阪來回機票乙張
2晚自選酒店

已預留房間、

每天豐富酒店早餐 (除列明外)

(HILLARYS Hotel Osaka - semi-double)
(個別出發日期價目有所不同)

大阪遊實用地圖(派完即止)
機 票適用出發日期

訂位編號

機票有效期

即日至 10 月 29 日

(GV2)
S

2-7(天)

10 月 30 至 12 月 22 日
12 月 27 至 1 月 18 日
1 月 27 至 2 月 28 日

(GV2)
X

地區



優惠/旺季附加費(大小同價)

2-10(天)

早餐



最少 2 大或以上同行
只適用香港快運營運之航班
同行客人必需在同一個機票訂位內,不接受分開訂位
同時同地辦理登機手續
此套票採用電子機票

地下鐵漢波站 25 號出口徒步約 3 分鐘

編號

Semi Double

兩張床雙人房

三人房

單人房

OUAP03U

道頓崛酒店 Dotonbori Hotel (UMC) www.dotonbori-h.co.jp 頓

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按列表套票價

酒店

條件及限制

3299

3599

3399

3899

3199 (※)

3399

3299

3799(※)

(酒店附加費表一)

HILLARYS Hotel Osaka www.hillarys.jp/ (OBI)

OULP03U

南海難波站徒步約 6 分鐘



↑不適用於1月8日入住↑

(※) Semi Double 及 單人房 房內浴室為企缸(shower)



Hotel Vista Grande Osaka (UNA) www.hotel-vista.jp/osaka/ OUDP03U

地下鐵四橋線“難波”站 B20 號出口徒步 3 分鐘
(酒店附加費表二)

3499
(Double)

3599

3499

4399

↑不適用於12月31日至2月28日入住↑

金域酒店 Comfort Hotel (OSU) www.choice-hotels.jp/cfosaka/ 3199

3399

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3499

3599

3799

3599

4099

3799

OUBP03U

4099

3799

4599

3399

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4099

心齋橋 5、6 號出口步行 5 分鐘



日航 Osaka Nikko www.hno.co.jp/ 齋


(OSE)

即日至 12 月 14 日

OUEP03U

心齋橋步行2分鐘,機場巴士直達

12 月 15 至 2 月 28 日

(酒店附加費表三)

心齋橋 Villa Fontaine (UNG) www.hvf.jp/shinsaibashi OUCP03U

地下鐵心齋橋 1 號出口徒步約 1 分鐘




↑不適用於12月31日至2月28日入住↑

Hotel Vista Premio Dojima (OBF)
OUFP03U

www.hotel-vista.jp/dojima/e.html
JR 大阪站或梅田站徒步約 10 分鐘

3499

3799

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4299

↑不適用於12月31日至2月28日入住↑

小童淨價機票價目,不佔床、不包早餐,實收:HK $ 1999。
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