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Tourism has really taken off in Osaka in recent years, and the range of accommodation options now reflects this. With faultless Japanese hospitality and attention to detail, a stay at any of these top-class hotels is likely to be a memorable one.
InterContinental Hotel Osaka. Boasting 270 rooms with glorious city views, a supremely convenient location and some of Osaka’s best shopping nearby, it’s no surprise that this hotel is regarded as one of the best places to stay in Osaka.
Imperial Hotel Osaka. Situated on the picturesque banks of the Okawa River, this peaceful location is an ideal place to escape the hubbub of the city. As an outpost of the famous Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, guests can expect the same exquisite level of service and warm hospitality, along with spacious rooms and first class facilities.
The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka. This hotel has an air of refinement and indulgence, and it’s located in the heart of the fashionable Nishi-Umeda district. The 292 rooms include a variety of executive suites; all of the rooms are elegantly furnished with European-style decor and marble baths. The spa, indoor and outdoor whirlpools and 24-hour gym will ensure guests leave invigorated and refreshed.
The St. Regis Osaka. Combining European elegance with Japanese hospitality, The St. Regis Osaka is a true luxury hideaway in the heart of the city. The personalized butler service and tastefully decadent rooms will satisfy the needs of all guests, whether staying for leisure or business.
Hotel Agora Regency Sakai. This modern high-rise hovers over the historical seaport of Sakai, just south of Osaka. It's a convenient location, as it sits next to the Regency Plaza shopping arcade, which houses an ice rink in the winter and a beer garden in the summer. But the hotel is known for its omotenashi, a unique brand of Japan hospitality.