Tokyo to get new airport hotel in December

Oriental Suites Airport Osaka Rinku hotel will occupy several floors of the Rinku Gate Tower Building. Photo credit: Hotel Management Japan Co.

Tokyo-based Hotel Management Japan Co. is set to open the 258-room Oriental Suites Airport Osaka Rinku in December.

The hotel will take up the first, second, 15th, 16th, 19-24th and 26th floors of the Rinku Gate Tower Building, five minutes by train from Kansai International Airport.

Guestrooms will be on all but the first and second floors of the hotel's space allocation within the tower, maximizing views from the elevation. More than half of the rooms are suites with dedicated living rooms and bedrooms. Seven rooms are designed for extended stays with kitchens and dining rooms.

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An express café will be on the second floor of the hotel.

The Oriental Suites Airport Osaka Rinku hotel will be operated by HMJ International Co. and Hotel Management Japan, Co. will be responsible for its management.

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