The St. Regis Osaka,Japan
The St. Regis OsakaThe St. Regis Benchmark in Asia
As the most highend brand of Starwood, and also the first St. Regis hotel in Japan, The St. Regis Osaka is located on Midosuji Avenue, the so called “Eastern Avenue des ChampsÉlysées”. The hotel is a short walk from Exit 7 at Hommachi Station and is only a 15 minute walk away from Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori, showing the highest standard of choice of location of the St. Regis brand worldwide.
Since its opening in October 2010, The St. Regis hotel has become the most prestigious address in town. From the St. Regis signature butler service, to the interior design inspired by the Japanese Taoshan Period, to the fabulous cityscape enjoyed by all the guestrooms, all showing this is no doubt the ideal place to stay when you come to visit Osaka.
The building of the St. Regis hotel is divided from the 12th floor. The office area is located below the 12th floor, and the 148 guestrooms and 12 suites are all located above the 12th floor. All the rooms are able to have a bird view on the spectacular Osaka cityscape, The French windows are installed in the living room, bedroom and the bathtub side, so that you will not miss the beautiful night view anywhere.
The most basic rooms of the hotel are sized at 43 m², and most rooms are sized at 46 to 51 m², the most comfortable sizes of all in the city. Expect a good night sleep with 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheet and the silk on the bed side deck decorated by sakura flower, in the room that is named after lily or Iris, the flowers with Japanese flair. The most spacious Royal suite is sized at 197 m², and all the chrysanthemum flower patterns on the decorations are an honoring gesture to the memories of the most prosperous Japanese history. And the most exquisite piece is a handmade gold gilded screen.
For over a 100 years, the butler service has been the most precious signature of the staying experience in the St. Regis hotel. Combined with the Japanese attention to the details, this tradition is continued from the handling of the luggages, ironing of the clothes to transportation and schedule itinerary recommendation.