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Amazing hotel. Room was beautiful and clean with generous space. Staff are helpful and friendly. Highly recommended as it's very close to Sakuramiya station.
The staff at reception and in the dining room were exceptionally nice and helpful. We had a lovely room with a view of Osaka city. Very close to subway stations so was easy to get around. Food excellent.
We have stayed for 2 nights in the InterContinental Osaka. This hotel is amazing. The room was spacious, super clean and equipped with all you need. The staff was very friendly and their English was excellent (easy to communicate). Food quality was excellent The hotel is located in a 5-minute walk ...
First time in Japan. Staff polite, spoke English well. Very convenient location - transport, lots of shopping, feels very safe at night locally. Clean room with everything you need. Highly recommend this hotel. Fit family of 4 (2adults,2 kids 8,11) in one room.
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This hotel is stunning the moment you walk into the lobby, the service is amazing, the restaurants are fabulous, the rooms have great views. We partook in the executive lounge program and that was a great value and also provided excellent food and beverage service with a more private viewing ...
This is a luxurious hotel in Osaka Bay Area at a reasonable price. I stayed at this hotel twice. This time the room was upgraded to a corner deluxe room, which provides a great super-wide view of the ocean front and the room is as big as 80sqm. The room and bed are clean and comfortable. The bath ...
Room is bigger than average room size in Japan. It’s clean and with good lighting. Although it is away from the train station, it just takes less than 10 mins to Umeda/Osaka station with shuttle bus. Very convenient! I would definitely stay here again when I revisit Osaka.
Everyone has their own ideas about what makes the perfect luxury hotel. Large elegant suites with indulgent deep bath tubs. Cutting-edge room design with all the latest tech right on hand. Sumptuous beds to sink into and drift off in. Sweeping views of the city skyline. Full on-site spa facilities and a rooftop pool. Whatever your luxury hotel dreams may look like, there’s a fantastic range of luxury accommodation in Osaka to help make them become a reality.
As the third largest city in Japan and an important commercial and economic hub for the region, it should come as no surprise that Osaka is a city that knows how to appreciate the finer things in life. You’ll certainly be spoilt for choice when it comes to opportunities to indulge in world-class shopping and dining.
To get the ultimate fashion fix, make your way to the boutiques along Midosuji Street in the Minami part of the city or browse no end of high-end brands at the Grand Front Osaka shopping mall. And for mind-blowing foodie experiences, explore the city’s renowned restaurants. Osaka has a well-deserved reputation as Japan’s capital of food, and getting to see the chefs craft cutting-edge dishes right in front of your eyes is an opportunity not to be missed. Why not go ahead and spoil yourself at one of Osaka’s several Michelin-starred restaurants, like Saeki, considered the best sushi restaurant in the city.
It’s not just staying in a luxury hotel that can make your visit to Osaka truly special. If you’re staying in the heart of Osaka why not take a cruise on a river boat or visit the opulent Osaka Castle? And if you’d like to relax and recharge amidst Japan’s natural beauty, take a trip about 15 miles to the north of Osaka to the Mino Quasi-National Park. Here you can stroll around tree-lined gorges, waterfalls and tranquil temples and visit a natural hot spring spa with beautiful mountain views before returning to the luxury of your Osaka hotel.