Conrad Osaka is a 5-star hotel that boasts stunning views and a central location. Situated in Osaka's Kita district, guests are a 15 minutes' walk from Nakanoshima Park, and a castle, museum, and church are all accessible by foot. There is an abundance of artwork in the lobby and scattered throughout the hotel. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, inviting beds, and indulgent bathrooms, and upgraded accommodations feature access to the Executive Lounge that offers complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails. There are a number of gourmet restaurants on the 40th floor, such as a sushi and teppanyaki restaurant and a noteworthy crustacean bar. In particular, Atmos Dining boasts an extensive breakfast buffet in the morning and a mixture of Western and Asian dishes throughout the day. The spa is a highlight, and there is also an indoor heated pool, 24-hour gym, and a fitness center.
Location: Situated in the heart of Kita, one of Osaka's two main city centers, there is no shortage of tourist attractions, shopping destinations, and sights to see that are all easily accessible from the Conrad Osaka.
Dining: Osaka has a reputation as a city of foodies, and the dining options at the Conrad Osaka live up to this reputation with everything from traditional Japanese dishes to cloud-like gourmet cakes available.
Comfort: Beds are comfortable and inviting, bathrooms come with indulgent bathtubs and luxury amenities, and the expansive views set one’s mind at ease.
The 164 rooms of the Conrad Osaka all feature stunning views of the city and its surrounding rivers through floor-to-ceiling windows. The distant Osaka Castle can even be seen from west-facing rooms. In terms of style, the rooms merge Japanese aesthetics with urban sensibilities. Muted colors interact with vermillion red laquerware-style artwork. The beds are inviting, black out curtains can shield away the sunlight, and bathrooms are a highlight with signature white circular bathtubs. Modern amenities like flat-panel HD TVs are all there, and 300-thread-count sheets are telling of the quality offered by the rooms. There are Bluetooth speakers, espresso machines, and multi-language alarm clocks within the room, and 24-hour housekeeping is available.
Covering 528 square feet and offering expansive views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows, these chic, spacious rooms have a modern style with a nod to traditional Japanese design elements. The rooms are appointed with either a king-size bed or two doubles, and the elegant five-point bathrooms feature double vanities, a bathtub, and a separate shower. Guests can also upgrade to premium view rooms which offer better views from the building's higher floors.
This room covers 710 square feet and features stunning views of the city and river through floor-to-ceiling windows. It is appointed with either a king-size bed or two twins, and there is also a corner room with sweeping views. The bathrooms are indulgent, and the Executive Rooms come with privileged access to the Executive Lounge, which features a range of benefits, such as a complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails. The upgraded Executive Suite almost doubles the floor space at 1,076 square feet and features a private bathroom and lounge space with comfortable furnishings. There is also the King Executive Corner Suite, which offers some of the hotel’s best views.
The hotel's signature suite, this testament to luxury covers 2,368 square feet and offers beautiful views of the river. In addition to the bedroom, it also has a number of other luxury spaces, such as a lounge, dining area, bar, pantry, and walk-in closet. The indulgent bathroom is fitted with a separate bathtub and shower, and the king-size bed boasts 300-thread-count sheets. Guests of the suite also enjoy access to the Executive Lounge.
The hotel’s spa is not one to miss with four treatment rooms and a variety of treatment options, many of which are inspired by traditional Japanese techniques. There is also a 20-meter-long pool for relaxing or swimming laps. Sauna and steam rooms are available, as is a fitness area that is open 24 hours a day. All of these facilities are located on the upper floors and feature excellent views of Osaka.
The gym area and fitness center is open 24 hours a day and outfitted with the latest Technogym® equipment. Sessions with personal trainers are available upon request.
The 20-meter-long heated indoor pool is located on the 38th floor. There are numerous lounge chairs beside it, and the wall of windows gloriously frames the cityscape.
With a minimalistic white pebble-inspired interior, the hotel’s spa features four peaceful treatment rooms, a relaxation room, beauty salon, and a whirlpool area. The various treatments available include Japanese-inspired yuzu- or sake-infused baths, acupressure, and oil massages. Additionally, there is a sauna and steam room.
The hotel contains a number of high-quality restaurants on its 40th floor. Atmos Dining has a buffet breakfast in the morning and a la carte options throughout the rest of the day, and its smoothie bar is worth a trip. Kura Teppanyaki & Sushi has an authentic sushi bar and theatrical teppanyaki meals, which are not to be missed. Finally, C: Grill is billed as the first crustacean restaurant in Osaka. It offers a succulent menu and is popular among locals. There is also a lounge for tea and cocktails, and a small boutique shop is home to cakes and chocolates.
Home to an indulgent collection of cakes and chocolates, the handcrafted entremets at Aeria are inspired by the Osaka skyline. Aeria’s signature cake is a combination of soft mousse, crunch, and cream encapsulated in a mirror glaze.
This hotel's stunning crustacean bar greets guests at the entrance, and it offers a selection of fresh lobsters, oysters, Alaskan king crabs, shellfish, and more. There is the option of dining at the bar, where chefs are happy to tell you about the origins of the crustaceans, or in the stylish dining room. The Osaka skyline is framed beautifully in the restaurant's windows, and there is also a selection of signature classic cocktails available.
Adjacent to the reception space and with unobstructed views of the river and Osaka skyline, 40 Sky Bar & Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon tea or a bespoke cocktail at night.
Seamlessly connected to the lobby lounge and bar, this all-day-dining restaurant features open kitchens offering Asian and Western specialties. The cold counter showcases gourmet breads in the day and bespoke cakes at night. There is an abundance of options at the restaurant's delicious breakfast buffet, and a la carte options are available for lunch and dinner.
The hotel's signature Japanese restaurant steals the show with its teppanyaki and sushi. Guests are invited to interact with the chefs during the truly theatrical dining experience, and there is also a sushi bar. The space is inspired by traditional Japanese patterns and modern design elements, and it is a perfect setting for everything from an intimate meal for two to business meetings and special occasions.
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