Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, you’ll be centrally located in Osaka, steps from Abeno Harukas Building and minutes from Q’s Mall. This 4.5-star hotel is within close proximity of Tennoji Park and Shitenno-ji Temple.
Make yourself at home in one of the 360 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while iPod docking stations and digital programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite at one of the hotel’s 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
Booked room online and didn’t realize it was in a high rise , as well as tallest building in town . Amazing views as well as outstanding service and staff. Only draw back is that you have to take a lift to the 19 floor just to get to reception and another set of lift to get to rooms . The two sets of elevators are at opposite ends . Still would recommend but is kinda pricey for Osaka .
This is a difficult review as we've spent almost two weeks at the Ritz-Carlton in Tokyo and then the Ritz-Carlton in Kyoto. That spoils you and almost anything looks bad by comparison.
If I sweep aside those luxurious prejudices, I find a hotel in Osake, the Marriott Miyako in a great location - attached underground to a train station - plenty of shopping in the building and at the top floors of the tallest building in all of Japan.
The lobby is huge, with high ceilings and lots of space. There are multiple restaurants, including one on the 57th floor that allows you massive views of the entire metropolitan area.
The rooms are clean and reasonably appointed. I could have used another couple of towels and the amenities are a bit spartan - then again we've been spoiled.
Simply put, this is a very good property - worth five stars had we not just spent the last two weeks in world-class luxury!
Had an excellent stay at this hotel.
First, property is conviniently located above Tennoji station and Abeno Haruka building with many facilities. Restaurants, cafes, and shopping options are amazing from here. The hotel is practically surrounded by department stores and restaurant complex, we hardly get enough of it after 4 nights stay.
Staffs are very friendly, polite, helpful, and handy. They always assist us day and night, especially the concierge team.
Upon arrival until departure every staff’s service is amazing.
Room size is adequate, large enough for Japanese standard. All furnitures are new, feels very cozy, same with the bathroom as well.
Entrance to hotel could be quite tricky as it don’t have direct entrace at level one. Just look for elevator at Abeno Harukas building next to Kintetsu dept store and that’s where the access is.
Free entrance to the observatory deck at level 60 is complimentary which is very nice as well. Amazing view of city of Osaka from above.
This hotel is very beautiful and has the most wonderful views over the metropolis of Oaska. We always book directly with hotels, as the perks and upgrades are better, but on their website it didn’t show the rooms we needed or club lounge access. So we booked with a large room selling site. We are gold elite members of SPG and really had to bargain to get an upgrade at the reception. The girl who booked us in kept offering the same room, over and over agin. We were eventually upgraded to a suite, but this should not be such a struggle when you are a top member of a loyalty scheme. Our parents were given a room on the 54th floor, which was lovely. The only place We ever have these arguments is in Asia, where we have to insist on the upgrade. They seem really not to want to give them to guests. It took about 30 minutes to sort this out. In the Us, Europe and Russia we are given upgrades without any fuss or anxiety. The staff were very good and the hotel discreet and lovely.
The reason I have deducted one star is because of the lounge. It felt like a children‘s crèche and was not peaceful of restful at all. Children should not be allowed in there until 7pm. Cocktail hour should be for adults. Also adults were running to grab the food and consume. I don‘t know how the management handle this with the children and other guests, but they must. It impacts on the enjoyment of other guests. The noise was horrible and sometimes was so loud it felt like there was a party happening. Not a quiet drink. After ironing out, if they can, these problems, the hotel will be the perfect place to stay. But, so far, it is just below luxury.
Two visits in 3 months because of the excellent location.
Location: Right above Tennoji station and the tallest building in Osaka, 30mins from Kansai airport. Unbeatable accessibility to sights or area.
Just that the hotel SHOULD place a Bell staff on B1 floor elevator foyer to help out with bags and on 19th floor elevator area.
Room: good size room. Odd layout though. Toilet is separated from the bathroom. agree with one poster, no soap in the toilet washbasin. Very odd space to spread out suitcases. Great floor to ceiling window for the sweeping view of Osaka city. overall it is good. The complimentary pineapple candy bag is weird and even little girl found it not tasty I brought home to a girl as gift.
Service: There is room to improve. There are ample Bell staff BUT service is lacking. guests have to haul your bags from B1 to 19th all the way through the span of the lobby floor until the Bell desk then someone will greet you?!?! I don't need your help at that point any more!!!!!
Concierge service is excellent before arrival of my two stays, they have helped to book restaurants, day onsen and good suggestions for sights. Ms. Tsujimoto, and Ms Ito of Club lounge are extremely professional and helpful.
The Club lounge is spacious and breakfast spread and cocktails are of a good variety.
The flaw is the absent of staff on B1 elevator floor to show or welcome guests
and on 19th floor elevator lobby to greet staff , these are basic hospitality that some new hotels in Japan are lacking.
Overall the property is nice except there are quite a good number of guests spoke very loud in lobby and club lounge, with kids yelling and running around as in a zoo. yet this is the quality of the guests not the hotel.