Conrad Osaka

An Osaka tower with stunning city views

Sweeping, kaleidoscopic views of Osaka’s main commercial hub greets you upon entering the lobby at Conrad Osaka, adorned with its spectacle of twinkling lights and opulent décor. Situated on the highest floors of the Nakanoshima Festival West Tower building, the Conrad floats some 656 feet above ground, offering an idyllic setting for sunset cocktails, business gatherings and formal events of all kinds. With floor-to-ceiling windows lining every room of the hotel, you’ll never miss a moment of the city’s dazzling urban display.

Located on Nakanoshima island along the waters of the Dojima and Tosabori rivers, the Conrad is known for its unparalleled convenience for business travelers and vacationers alike. The hotel sits atop Watanabebashi subway station, giving easy access to the city’s cultural and culinary highlights. Centered between the bustling areas of Umeda, Osaka’s chic and whirling business district, and Namba, an enticing playground for nightlife, you’ll find it easy to work and play before slipping quietly back to this serene sanctuary in the clouds.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • With a genial, multilingual team versed in the nuance of hospitality, the luxury hotel delivers a high degree of personalized service. From the moment you arrive, you’ll feel right at home.
  • Stay in the hotel’s Suites and Executive Rooms enjoy exclusive access to the Executive Lounge. Artfully prepared hors d'oeuvres comprise a tempting East-meets-West medley of flavorful nibbles.
  • A dip in the hotel’s 38th-floor heated pool provides a refreshing respite from Osaka’s daunting summer heat.
  • The Conrad’s carefully crafted aesthetic strikes a seamless balance between comfort and class, with soft, warm lighting and earthy tones for a tranquil ambiance.
  • With four restaurants showcasing a delectable array of Asian and Western cuisine, options abound for both choosy and adventurous diners.

Things to Know

  • The Conrad’s popular restaurants are regularly slammed in the evening. Be sure to book dinner reservations in advance to avoid any last-minute hassle.
  • The hallways of each floor can be a bit tricky to navigate, with dark lighting and uniform décor that makes every turn look like the last. If you happen to lose your way, a friendly staff member will soon come along to rescue you.
  • Snag a seat early if you plan to catch the sunset. The lobby’s picturesque panoramic view attracts both hotel guests and locals who seek to catch nature’s most spectacular daily show.

The Rooms

  • Each room at the Osaka hotel sports a contemporary design infused with traditional Japanese elements, including calligraphy-inspired visual art and intricate ikebana displays.
  • Starting at 538 square feet, guest rooms and suites alike offer an impressive amount of space to travelers who wish to eschew typical claustrophobia-inducing lodgings.
  • Small, delightful gifts, like locally made sake and handcrafted Japanese sweets, await as a surprise gesture of gratitude for your patronage.

Nearby Attractions

  • Osaka Castle Park, a favorite for sightseers and locals seeking greenery, lies just a short taxi ride away. Don’t miss the plum and cherry blossom gatherings if you happen to visit during spring.
  • Shopping enthusiasts will enjoy the topsy-turvy glamour of Umeda’s multilevel malls. For an Ikea-esque, somewhat overwhelming electronics experience, check out Yodobashi Camera near the main station.
  • Pop over to Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, one of the largest of its kind in the world. Among the 30,000 creatures, you can see everything from tufted puffins to whale sharks

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Getting There
530-0005, Osaka 3-2-4 Nakanoshima Kita-ku, Japan
KIX (35-45 min)   ITM (12-16 min)  
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