The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka
What We Love
- Top-notch French cuisine at the Michelin-starred restaurant, La Baie
- The whiskey bar serves more than 150 varieties
- Guests have access to the fitness center, which has an indoor pool and a gym
What To Know
- Popular with business travelers
- WiFi is free
- Close to Osaka Station
- Hanagatami restaurant specializes in Japanese teppan, tempura and sushi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
In Osaka’s lively shopping neighborhood, Umeda, the Ritz-Carlton Osaka is a fancy five-star retreat on a grand scale. The 292 rooms are elegantly decked out with dark wood furnishings, creamy walls and plush curtains, and the large room count means there are plenty of on-site amenities for both the corporate crowd and well-heeled weekenders. Choose among four restaurants and two bars, including the Michelin-starred La Baie, which serves delicate French dishes, and Hanagatami, a Japanese spot that specializes in teppan, tempura and sushi. Retire to the bar after dinner to sip a malt whiskey from the 150-strong list. Guests have access to the fitness center (which has a heated indoor pool, a sauna and a gym), and a 24-hour business center. Massages and facials using products from high-end Swiss brand La Prairie are available.
In the Area
Osaka is a modern metropolis with a skyscraper-studded skyline and elevated highways. The city’s highlights include the Osaka Castle and the surrounding park, the Osaka Museum of History and the lively Dotonbori area and Nakanoshima Park. For a spot of traditional Japanese culture, take in a performance at Osaka’s Shochiku-za Theater. For food there’s the basement-level Robatayaki Isaribi, which is reached via stairs in front of a liquor store and serves meat, seafood and veggies fresh off the grill, or Chibo, a canalside spot that specializes in Japanese pancakes.
How to Get There
Osaka was our last city visited in Japan and we are quite pleased that we left the Ritz Carlton for last as it concluded our trip at a top note
The city is beatifull with many sight seeings worth to visit, yet one must not miss the Osaka Castle originaly built by Toyotomi in 1585
Great building, beatiful suroundings and with a superb view from top flor
We’ll love to come back to Japan
Beautiful hotel, awesome service, large rooms, comfortable bed, great breakfast buffet, short walk to JR Osaka Station and great restaurants. Concierge staff very helpful and courteous. Everything that I expected from a Ritz-Carlton hotel.
My wife and I stayed at the Ritz-Carlton, Osaka for about 4 days in March 2019. It surpassed all our expectations in terms of comfort and service. The service staff at the Ritz, especially the concierge team, went over and beyond to make us feel welcomes and attended to our needs with genuine sincerity. I would highly recommend staying at the Ritz-Carlton, Osaka. Although the cost is higher, the amount of help and assistance that they give to guests to make their time in Osaka memorable is immeasurable. Apart from the great service, the hotel is also conveniently located near different subway lines such as the Osaka Station and Shin-osaka Stations.
All the staff at the Ritz Carlton in Osaka were extremely friendly and helpful...many times coming up to me and asking if I needed help (they could tell I wasn't sure where to go!) The room was beautiful and had a great view, too!
Good service and convenient location.
Will come back again!
This is a high rise so the views are amazing!
Rooms are kept well cleaned and bath room are spacious. I dont speak Japanese and I can communicate fine with the hotel staff.