The Ritz-Carlton sets the hospitality standard around the world, and it is no more apparent than at the luxury brand’s beautiful Osaka outpost within the celebrated Nishi-Umeda district. This elegant property has the uniqueness of a fine boutique hotel—emanating the feel of an 18th century nobleman’s English home while still retaining the unmistakable character of Japanese culture and tradition.
The Ritz Carlton Osaka plays host to an array of European-style rooms and suites outfitted with en-suite Italian marble bathrooms, high-rise luxury, and expansive windows revealing stunning panoramic views of downtown Osaka. There is a homey feeling within the classical designs of powder blue and soft yellow pastoral motifs present throughout the textiles and linens. While the 18 Executive Suites and two exclusive Ritz-Carlton Suites are the definition of 18th century splendor, the hotel’s two Japanese Suites provide a lovely immersion into Japanese tradition, with their unique Mikage stone Japanese-style baths, futon mattresses, tatami mats, and Shoji screen-divided rooms.
Given Osaka’s reputation as one of the world’s foremost culinary destinations, it is no surprise that The Ritz-Carlton here places an exceptional focus on its dining culture. Under the direction of Chef Christoph Gilbert, the hotel’s signature Michelin-starred La Baie presents a fresh approach to classical French dishes, married with local Japanese ingredients, to create an intriguing journey of the senses. For something a bit more traditional, indulge in a kaiseki, teppan, tempura, or sushi dinner at the garden-inspired Hanagatami, or Cantonese specialties and authentic Hong Kong-style dim sum at Xiang Tao. Don’t miss out on the Naples-style pizza at the casual, all-day Toscana-designed Splendido, or the live piano music at The Bar and The Lobby Lounge.
The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka is surrounding boutique shopping, ancient sites, and sophisticated dining. It is also conveniently located next to Osaka Station, providing easy access to Osaka’s culinary heartbeat at Kuromon-Ichiban Market, Dotonbori, and nearby Kobe, as well as its artistic heritage at The National Museum of Art and The Museum of Oriental Ceramics.Request Information