Hotel Overview


Osaka's most coveted address

The St. Regis Osaka stays true to the warm hospitality of both the St. Regis brand and Japan’s service culture. Upon arrival at our luxury hotel, guests are greeted by our Crystal Tree, inspired by the beautiful plum trees in Osaka Castle Park. Your St. Regis Butler welcomes you with refreshments, including the Ronnefeldt Teastar collection, comprised of the top teas in the world, and other seasonal drinks.

Take advantage of our attentive, personalized butler service as well as dining options that range from Italian to French. Pamper yourself in Osaka, Japan, at the exquisite IRIDIUM featuring SOTHYS spa and relax in hotel rooms equipped with espresso machines, 11 different pillow menus and 300-thread-count sheets. At The St. Regis Osaka, luxury indulgences are found throughout our hotel.

The St. Regis Osaka sits on the famous street of Midosuji, known locally as the Champs Elysées of Osaka. Here, trust us to provide the ideal accommodations for the discerning traveler and let us captivate your senses with a myriad of gastronomic discoveries and luxurious pampering. The St. Regis Osaka in Japan has been awarded Five Red Pavilions, the Michelin Guide’s top honor for hotels.

Awards

Our hotel has received a variety of prestigious awards.

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Hotel Heritage

Designed by famed Japanese architect firm Nikken Sekkei, The St Regis Osaka stands 27 stories above Midosuji Avenue, known as Osaka’s Champs-Elysées.

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Environmental Practices

The St. Regis Osaka has taken many steps to be environmentally responsible.

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Hotel Heritage

Opened in October 2010, The St. Regis Osaka is the first international luxury hotel to open in the city in 13 years.

Midosuji Avenue has a long history and is considered a symbol of the urban infrastructure development history of Osaka during the period from the end of the Taisho Era (1925) to the end of the Showa Era (1989). Since those days, the avenue has been expanded and electrical cables have been buried to preserve the streetscape. Midosuji Avenue, lined with beautiful Gingko trees, is now designated as one of the Best 100 Osaka Green Spaces and is also a designated cultural property in Osaka.

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