Osaka Japan Intercontinental Hotel
Intercontinental Osaka is located on the Grand Front of the Osaka Business Complex, surrounded by shopping, dining and entertainment. As you can see, there is also an indoor swimming pool owned and managed by the Inter Continental Osaka, and a restaurant.
Other facilities include a gym, fitness centre and spa, all convenient for your holiday. Later we will also share some of the best restaurants in Osaka that the hotel concierge recommends. For more information and booking opportunities, visit the Intercontinental Osaka website or its Facebook page.
As for the hotel's gastronomic options, we like Pierre's restaurant, which has a Michelin star and is ideal for special dinners. Pierre's is the hotel's typical, modern French restaurant, while the Brasserie NOKA offers guests daily specials and international cuisine.
Light meals and desserts with a touch of luxury such as herring caviar, clotted cream and a variety of cheeses prepared in the on-site kitchen and restaurant are also available. The hotel also offers light options in its patisserie, which serves fresh pastries for breakfast, lunch and dinner or even as a side dish for dinner.
In addition to the electric pot, there are six capsules to prepare in three different varieties, and we were pleased that the minibar behaved well, with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables for purchase.
We had a great stay and we strongly recommend you stay at the Intercontinental Osaka when visiting the Osaka / Kansai area. Although the reason for choosing this hotel is absolutely point-to-mile, we were impressed and highly recommended. Basically, you get a room at the InterContinental Osaka, but you have to get it at the price of the hotel itself.
The InterContinental Osaka was superb, from the Michelin-starred lunch to the excellent food, great service and all the amenities.
The hotel even has a fully equipped gym, open all year round, even if you don't bring one. The hotel also has a full-service restaurant, a bar and a hair salon, as well as a spa and fitness centre.
Club Intercontinental members also have access to the Executive Lounge on the 28th floor, where you can enjoy city views, as well as a full-service restaurant, bar and hair salon. The hotel also has a $3.60 lounge, which offers a variety of views, including the Tokyo skyline and the Pacific Ocean. On the 4th floor is the wellness and fitness centre, which features a fully equipped gym, open all year round, even if you need to bring a spa or fitness area.
The InterContinental Residences offer three-bedroom suites, the largest available in the city. Rooms at the Intercontinental are located on the 21st and 28th floors and offer fantastic city views. The Standard Room is either a double or twin room and is located between the 20th and 26th floors and the 23rd and 24th floors.
The InterContinental Osaka is also within walking distance of the subway and Osaka Station, which is a gateway to tourist attractions. First of all, the Osaka train station is easily accessible, so you will have no trouble finding restaurants and shops. The hotel itself is on a great front with commercial facilities and you will eat or shop in many restaurants as there are many commercial facilities nearby. We had no problems finding and shopping for lace lace, and we are very close to the railway stations of Osaka, we had no problems finding a restaurant or shop.
The Intercontinental Osaka is also within walking distance of the Osaka subway and train station, making it very accessible, especially if you are on a day trip. The hotel is very lively and crowded, and there are many restaurants and shops in the area as well as many commercial facilities. We were also allowed to try to get on the Japanese train and we were there for quite a while, but the people were very disciplined so we didn't have to constantly get on the Japanese train.
As for nightlife, hotelbebe has a number of restaurants and bars, such as a grill and yakiniku (which you can get in the lobby), as well as several bars and restaurants.
The InterContinental Osaka has several restaurants, including a Michelin-starred restaurant open for lunch, dinner and high tea. There are about 16 restaurants on the Umekita floor, which are open every day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The hotel also works closely with the adjacent Grand Front for large events and offers a range of private events such as concerts, weddings and other events. In addition to the hotel's main lobby, the hotel also offers a large outdoor dining area with views of Osaka Bay, embracing the water and greenery surrounding the Grand Front in Osaka, and a fully equipped wedding chapel.
Most luxury hotels are located in Umeda, so you will probably travel to Minami to enjoy street food and sightseeing. As part of the UMeda Mei Tian district, you have direct access to all shopping facilities and may need to take a train, bus or taxi to get to the hotel.