Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel opens in Japan

Marriott Hotels, the flagship brand of Marriott International, and Miyako Hotels & Resorts opened the Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, the first property for the brand in Osaka and the fourth in Japan.

Marriott Hotels partnered with Miyako Hotels & Resorts, a subsidiary of the Kintetsu Corporation, to create the new co-branded hotel in Kintetsu’s “Abeno Harukas”, a brand-new 300-meter ultra-high rise complex with 60 stories above ground and five stories underground, making it the tallest building in Japan.

All of the 360 guestrooms and the signature ZK restaurant of the Marriott Osaka Miyako Hotel are located on the top floors of the building, offering views of Osaka from every angle and positioning the hotel as a new landmark of this city.

The property is located in front of Osaka Abenobashi Station, and it offers direct service to Kansai International Airport in just 30 minutes, as well as providing access to all other points in Osaka, the Kansai region and beyond.

The hotel’s 360 rooms (each an average of 409 square feet) are located on the 38th to 55th floors, and include six suites and 33 rooms. The executive floor rooms are served by an executive lounge, the largest of its kind in Japan, with floor-to-ceiling windows.

For events, the hotel has one larger meeting room (measuring 2,476 square feet) and six small meeting rooms (measuring 344 square feet).

The Greatroom lobby, lobby lounge and bar are located on the 19th floor.  In addition, the open kitchen buffet restaurant, Cooka, offers Japanese and international dishes. Taking over the entire 57th floor is ZK, a modern restaurant with floor to ceiling windows, serving both authentic Japanese and Western cuisines. There is also a teppanyaki grill table with two additional counters.

Masahiko Torii serves as the GM of the Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel.

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