Our last few days in Osaka, Japan was spent along the street of Midosuji. The area is known as the ‘Champs Elysées of Osaka’ because of its luxury shops and restaurants. We checked-in at The St. Regis Osaka where we were greeted with refreshments and a knowledgable concierge.
After experiencing a top treatment, mind and body reconnection, at the spa in St. Regis Miami, one of our visions was to stay at a similar St. Regis property.
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We stayed at the Skyline Grand Deluxe King Room during our stay. It has a beautiful, mesmerizing, view of the surrounding city and beyond where Osaka gets its name – “Rolling Hills” in the background. Both sunrise and sunset were amazing to see, What we loved the most about the room was the floor to ceiling windows, the view wouldn’t be the same. Another special benefit while staying at The St. Regis Osaka is the complimentary pressing which allows two garments per night. For more of the room overview and amenities, see the photo below.
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The St. Regis Osaka offers a few dining restaurants and bars on their property. The two exclusive restaurants are La Veduta and Rue d’Or. We were able to dine at both restaurants during our stay. Rue d’Or features classically inspired French bistro cuisine and ambiance with a contemporary twist. At La Veduta, we had a delicious, freshly made, breakfast buffet daily. Other dining and bars on-site are Teppanyaki Restaurant WAJO, The St. Regis Beer Garden, and The St. Regis Bar.
The St. Regis Osaka attracts a lot of business professionals more than families or rambunctious groups. The amenities at the hotel are very basic such as a spa, gym, and concierge desk. The concierge team is available 24/7 and are very knowledgeable when it comes to recommending dining options and things to do around Osaka.
-No swimming pool or onsen at the property.
-The spa does not have any other facilities such as the sauna, steam room, etc. just the treatment room.
Toward the end of our Florida trip, we recouped our energy with a long, but enjoyable day at The St. Regis Miami Spa. During our recent trip to Asia, we followed the same pattern with ending it at The St. Regis Osaka, Japan. To end a month-long endeavor from bed bugs and less than ideal conditions, to water jet massagers and on-call butler service, an opulent stay at one of the most luxurious hotel chains in the world was an extraordinary way to end a trip!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the voltage in Osaka, Japan?
The voltage is 100V (same plug as North America)
What is the nearest airport to The St. Regis Osaka?
Osaka International Airport (17km)
Kansai International Airport (48km) – This is the airport we flew in.
What is the check-in/check-out hours at The St. Regis Osaka?
Check-in: 3pm/Check-out: 12pm
Does The St. Regis Osaka offer airport shuttle service?
Does The St. Regis Osaka have complimentary WI-FI?
Does The St. Regis Osaka have complimentary breakfast?
No. Breakfast buffet is 4,720 JPY
Does The St. Regis Osaka have a laundry room?
No. Laundry and Dry Cleaning is an additional charge.
Is The St. Regis Osaka pet-friendly?
What is The St. Regis Osaka parking rate?
Private parking is available on-site (reservation is needed) and costs JPY 3500 per day.
3-6-12 Honmachi, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 541-0053, Japan