Four Seasons Hotel Osaka Now Accepting Reservations – Luxury Travel Advisor

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The 175-key Four Seasons Hotel Osaka, located in the city’s Dojima district, is accepting reservations ahead of its opening on August 1, 2024. The hotel is within walking distance of the Umeda shopping, entertainment and business district; adjacent to Kitashinchi’s restaurants and bars; and a short walk to Nakanoshima, home to art galleries and museums.

The entire 28th floor of Four Seasons houses 21 guestrooms and suites decorated by Simplicity designers as a contemporary interpretation of ryokan culture. Guests of these rooms can expect tatami mat flooring, sliding doors within each space, a platform bed, and a dining area that allows for traditional or standard seating. An additional 154 rooms and suites are spread through the 29th to 35th floors. We like that most accommodations have a window seat to enjoy the views of the city, rivers and waterways.

Four Seasons Hotel Osaka will offer six F&B options: Jiang Nan Chun offers a Cantonese dining experience in an interactive setting that includes multiple private and semi-private dining rooms; Sushi O offers a sleek wooden counter as well as a private dining room; Bar Bota has circular bar surrounded by views of the city’s skyline; Jardin is an all-day dining option serving an international breakfast, afternoon tea and French bistro classics with al fresco seating; Farine is an artisanal bakery offering grab-and-go options such as pastries and specialty coffees; and CHA is a Japanese tea lounge.

Designated as a wellness zone, the 36th floor of the hotel includes a spa with five treatment rooms and a sauna. Both the indoor pool and fitness center offer views to enhance guests’ workout routines. A key part of the wellness offering will be a series of public and private ofuro (Japanese baths) in the ryokan tradition.

Located on the building’s second floor, event spaces at the new Four Seasons include a 2,368-square-foot ballroom that is divisible into three spaces, with a foyer and adjacent outdoor terrace. The flexible, fully equipped spaces offer a range of options for conferences, weddings and other events, alongside an in-house team of planners and caterers. Additionally, the Sky Salon on the 37th floor spans 785 square feet and has a private kitchen, making it an ideal choice for board meetings, product launches and small receptions.

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