Search 321,000 hotels worldwide.
Get the price guarantee available for your trip.
No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation.
RIHGA Royal Hotels started with a single hotel opening in Osaka in 1935. It aspired to meet the demand in the city at that time for a grand modern hotel. Since then this chain of Japanese hotels has grown and moved with the times, and it now operates a handful of prestigious properties in sought-after locations around Japan. Time-honoured, authentic Japanese hospitality remains at the heart of the RIHGA Royal Hotels brand.
The stately surroundings of the RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka’s banqueting rooms and dining venues have been enjoyed by royalty, state guests and countless leaders in their fields over the years. Book your own room here and you can relax with contemporary amenities and home-from-home comforts in the same grand setting. Other RIHGA Royal Hotel accommodation around Osaka offer equal levels of service and comfort, with a variety of dining, event and leisure facilities available on site.
Whichever room you choose, you’ll have the convenience of essential free WiFi and wired internet, LCD TV, fridge and traditional Japanese Yukata bathrobes. Premium room options spacious lounge areas and personal concierge services.
You can’t get much more centrally located than RIHGA Royal Hotels in Osaka. Based in Umeda or Nakanoshima, you’ll have some of the top attractions the city has to offer within easy reach. Business travellers will also be well set up for getting to meetings in the main business districts. If you’ve got some time to take in the atmosphere of the area, go for a stroll in the tranquil Nakanoshima Park on the waterfront or, better still, take to the water on a river boat cruise.
For a culture fix, there are plenty of attractions close at hand, including the National Museum of Art, the Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka Science Museum and the Festival Hall. You can also make the short trip to see Osaka Castle in its large parkland surroundings – a particularly spectacular sight when the iconic cherry trees are in full blossom.