The Ritz-Carlton Osaka

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History Blends With Modern Luxury

At The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka, the grace of an English manor home and the subtle beauty of Japanese details come together. Set within the Water Capital of Japan, the hotel’s redesigned accommodations infuse British-style 18th-century urban design, and its updated Club Lounge features local experiences in a setting inspired by nature. Dining spans the globe and includes Hanagatami’s Michelin-starred La Baie and Tempura French restaurant.

The Ritz-Carlton produced this original Japanese rice wine in cooperation with Yamanashi’s popular Shichiken Sake Brewery. The Shichiken Brewery has used the renowned Yumesansui brand of sake rice grown in Hakushu Town, Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture, as the base ingredient of this sake to stay true to the principle that great tasting sake is derived only from the finest rice. With the aid of over 250 years of Shichiken expertise and experience, this Junmai Ginjo sake has been produced.

How much does it cost to stay at The Ritz-Carlton Osaka?

The average cost to stay at The Ritz-Carlton Osaka is $412 to $658.

How far is The Ritz-Carlton Osaka from the airport?

The Ritz-Carlton Osaka is 50 minutes from the airport.

How many rooms does The Ritz-Carlton Osaka have?

The Ritz-Carlton Osaka has 291 rooms.

Is The Ritz-Carlton Osaka All-Inclusive?

No, The Ritz-Carlton Osaka is not All-Inclusive.

Is The Ritz-Carlton Osaka Adult-Only?

No, The Ritz-Carlton Osaka is not Adult-Only.

Does The Ritz-Carlton Osaka have villas?

No, The Ritz-Carlton Osaka does not have villas.

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