For discerning guests looking for a smart apartment hotel in the centre of Osaka, Fraser Hotels are a standout choice. Part of the award-winning international Fraser Hospitality Group, which owns brands such as Malmaison and Hotel du Vin, Fraser Residence offers four-star contemporary accommodation with fittings and features to rival any luxury hotel.
Make Yourself at Home in Osaka
Whether you’re travelling for business or on holiday, solo or with your partner or family, Fraser Residences are designed to be a sanctuary away from the rush of the city, yet close enough to all the major attractions to make getting around a breeze. Depending on the size of your group and the length of your stay, you can choose serviced accommodation in Osaka to fit your requirements, from studios to executive two-bedroom apartments. All of the places to stay available in the Osaka Fraser Residences come kitted out with cooking equipment and a fridge, memory-foam beds and all the essential tech including free WiFi and wired internet.
Guests at Fraser Residences in Osaka are also able to make use of an on-site restaurant, 24-hour fitness facilities, sauna, bar and business centre with meeting rooms. And there’s also reception and concierge services available around the clock.
Staying at a Fraser Residence in Osaka
Book your Fraser Residence in Osaka and enjoy the feeling of being at home in the heart of the city. All the attractions of the buzzing Namba district will be right on your doorstep. Get your shopping fix at the innovative Namba Parks Shopping Centre where the roof is entirely given over to green space and trees. Or explore the distinctive stores of the Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Just a few minutes away, you can also tuck in to some of the best food in all of Japan in the renowned restaurants of Dotonbori. The neon lights and lively vibe make it an experience not to be missed.
And for a spot of culture, step out of your Fraser Residence to pay a visit to the historic grounds of Osaka Castle and the tranquil retreats of Shitennoji Temple and the Sumiyoshitaisha Shrine.