Intercontinental Hotel Osaka

InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is proudly part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), which has more than 5000 hotels globally as well as 1655 hotels in the pipeline. A renowned hospitality company, its name has achieved acclaim and loyalty through its command in the market.

In Japan, there are seven InterContinental Hotels to choose from, each sharing the common goal of providing unmatched comfort and luxury experience for those on a well-deserved holiday.

Osaka Intercontinental Hotel
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Intercontinental Osaka is located in the heart of the buoyant Osaka metropolitan area, giving you easy access to the city centre and high-end mall, the Grand Front Osaka.

For guests looking to visit neighbouring cities, the hotel is just 30 minutes away from Kobe and Kyoto.

The rooms are furnished with luxury amenities, fine furniture, exquisite art, and are elegantly designed. Every guest has access to its exceptional facilities including the private spa suites, 24-hour fitness gym, swimming pool and ethereal Japanese bathhouse. Osaka and the surrounding Kansai region has been an economic powerhouse for centuries and is also now celebrated as a centre of culinary excellence. International Osaka is surrounded by exquisite western-infused restaurants and houses its very own Michelin-starred restaurant that brings a French influence to the Japanese city.

Dine & Drink

Osaka Intercontinental Hotel
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Pierre is located on the 20th floor of the Intercontinental Hotel, with high glass windows showcasing the vibrant Osaka. Its extensive wine menu features 400 different labels, including rare and expensive bottles to delight wine connoisseurs. The open kitchen attracts local diners and visitors, eager to gaze at the chefs crafting their intricate signature dishes.

Koryu is a three-star Michelin restaurant and there is no doubt as to why it is at the top of everyone’s list. With a restaurant capacity of just ten, Koryu is charming, exclusive and in very high demand. This restaurant does not rely on a menu, placing your meal in the hands of the very talented and creative head chef Matsuo-san and his team, who conjure new and enchanting delicacies every day.

You can’t visit Japan without trying the Ramen. Fortunately, Osaka is home to Naniwa Okina, which is also Michelin starred and one of the best places to get your Ramen fix. This restaurant is stealing the spotlight with their freshly-made Ramen noodles and the perfect fusion of traditional Japanese flavours.

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