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Hotel Review: A Comfortable Stay at the St. Regis Osaka Hotel

Sept. 21, 2016
2 min read
Hotel Review: A Comfortable Stay at the St. Regis Osaka Hotel
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After a couple of great stays at some of Tokyo's best properties — the Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt and the Andaz — it was time to check out what Osaka had to offer with a stay at the St. Regis Osaka. I was really impressed with my luxe stay. Everything from the welcome amenity for being an SPG Platinum member, to the butler who came up to my room to unpack my bag — a favorite perk of staying at any St. Regis property — and the bar on floor 12, which overlooked a Zen garden. The room itself was very comfortable too, with a big bed, his-and-her sinks, a large spa-like wet room and unbeatable views of the city. Check out the full episode below to see what a stay at the SPG Category 6 property is like.

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