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Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel

Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, Osaka

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If you’ve got a head for heights, check into Marriott Miyako. It occupies the 38th to 57th floors of Abeno Harukas, Japan’s tallest building (300 metres-high). Floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic vistas of Osaka city below, with 360 guest rooms decorated in stylish, muted tones. Centrally-located and with a broad range of facilities, activities and dining options on offer, it’s a great base from which to explore Japan’s third-largest city.

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Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel
  • rooms

    The 360 rooms are comprised of 14 categories ranging from ‘superior’ (featuring all the essentials) to imperial suites t(decked out with ornate furnishings and luxurious whirlpool baths). Most rooms sleep up to two guests, but you can book additional rollaway beds in some rooms. Expect crisp white sheets, walls in neutral colours and tall windows overlooking the city. Granite-and-wood bathrooms are spotless and come with a range of Thann aromatherapy products.

  • facilities & activities

    The hotel has most of the facilities you’d expect of a Marriott – there’s complimentary WiFi throughout and a concierge service, as well as a cash machine, foreign exchange and valet dry-cleaning. The hotel can organise car rental and there is a small shop and parking also is available.

    A smart, 24-hour gym is kitted out with modern cardio machines and free weights, and has vast windows overlooking the skyline. Golfers are within striking distance of four golf courses, including Izumigaoka Country Club, which is just over 20km away.

  • dining

    Choose from two restaurants, ZK and Cooka. Open for lunch and dinner, ZK serves everything from Western cuisine to Japanese dishes, such as ‘teppanyaki’, where meat, fish and noodles are cooked on a hot iron plate in front of your eyes. Located on the 57th floor, and with panoramic views of Osaka, it feels upmarket without being overly fussy.

    For more laid-back dining experience, Cooka is a buffet restaurant on the 19th floor. It features a bright, open kitchen with a good choice of breakfast options and set meals available. There’s also a relaxed lounge that’s open for lunch and dinner, and a bar for evening cocktails.

  • family

    Marriott Miyako welcomes families. Under-fours can eat for free at the buffet, while twin rooms offer more flexibility for adults travelling with children. You can also book a rollaway bed (at a supplement of 5,500 JPY per room daily) and a crib, but check before you book as they are not available in all rooms.

  • location

    The hotel’s location in Abeno-ku, southeast of central Osaka, makes it easy to explore the local area. You’ll be well connected by subway and JR, and around a 30-minute transfer from Kansai International Airport (which the hotel can arrange).

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