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Marriott has been going strong for nearly 90 years and has become one of the most well-known hotel names in the world. The Marriott group includes a wide range of recognisable hotel brands, from their signature Marriott hotels to the high-end Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton properties. From reliable family rooms to boutique hotels and executive apartments, Marriott’s portfolio covers all bases. More than 4,000 hotels across the world come under the Marriott umbrella with accommodation catering for business, leisure and luxury guests.
You’ll find mid-range and luxury accommodation at Marriott Hotels in Osaka. Prime locations close to the city’s main entertainment and business districts offer a good spectrum of options to suit you whether you’re visiting the city for work or to take a holiday. All Marriott rooms have plenty of features to make your stay comfortable and relaxing, including the essential free WiFi and wired internet, fridges and flat-screen TVs. There are also on-site restaurants and fitness centres for use by all guests. The more upscale Marriott hotels in Osaka boast Italian marble bathrooms, stunning city, bay or mountain views from all rooms and indoor and outdoor spa and pool facilities.
Take the chance to step into the magical and thrilling world of the movies at one of the country’s top tourist attractions – Universal Studios Japan. While you’re in town, you should also fill up on what’s reputed to be the best food in Japan from the city’s mind-boggling array of restaurants and street stalls. You’ll also find more opportunities to shop than you could ever squeeze into a single stay, from sparkling shopping malls to nostalgic cobbled alleyways and from up-to-the-minute tech stores to luxury boutiques.
For a uniquely Osakan experience, you could take a river cruise on one of the city’s waterways, stopping off at the iconic Osaka Castle on the way. Or if you’ve got a head for heights, take an evening trip up to the 40th floor of the Umeda Sky Building or the top of Abeno Harukas, Japan’s tallest skyscraper, to see the city light up below as the sun sets before returning to your Marriott hotel for the night.