- Name: The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka
- Rooms: 291
- Rating: 5-Star
- Brand: The Ritz-Carlton
- Parent: Marriott International
Set within Japan’s Water Capital, The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka brings modern elegance to a city with more than 15 centuries of history. Arguably one of the most luxurious addresses in Osaka, this Umeda District Hotel’s lavish accommodations infuse a Japanese aesthetic with sophisticated spaces reminiscent of an 18th-century British aristocratic mansion. From extensive art and antiques collections to the superb facilities, everything within this hotel aims to create a sense of opulence and grandeur. As Osaka is known as the city of “Kuidaore” or “eat till you drop,” the hotel has been offering a first-class culinary experience provided by world-renowned top chefs since it opened in 1997.
Located across from Osaka railway station in Umeda, Osaka’s main gateway and developing hub of commerce and culture, the hotel offers 188 superior rooms, 51 club rooms, and 52 suites including 12 club suites, two Japanese-style suites and two Ritz-Carlton suites, located on the 24th through 37th floors, that offer spectacular views across the city. The Ritz-Carlton Level is a special floor including a separate lounge, complimentary food and beverage presentations throughout the day and evening, and a dedicated concierge staff.
Known originally as Naniwa and once the imperial capital of Japan, just a short drive from the historic cities of Kyoto and Nara, modern day Osaka is the country’s third-largest city and one of its most vital commercial and industrial centers. Guests can discover this thriving metropolis and its nearby attractions such as the Osaka Castle, Osaka Aquarium, Universal Studios, and the Temmangu Shrine. Visit the lively Dontonbori district near to this luxury hotel, for an ideal night out or venture out to explore the centuries of history and heritage that awaits visitors of Japan’s traditional economic and cultural capital.
- Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka – 2 Chome-5-25 Umeda, Kita Ward, Osaka, 530-0001, Japan