The Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel occupies from 38th to 57th floors in Japan’s tallest building, the 60 story “Abeno Harukas” building.
While visiting Osaka, Japan in early October, we spent six nights at the Osaka Marriott Miyako, using Marriott Reward points.
Here’s a look inside room #4723, a corner room on the hotel’s 47th floor.
This was the first view as we walked into room #4723, Marriott Osaka Miyako.
All of the hotel’s 360 guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Osaka city.
We redeemed additional Marriott points to book a corner room, and we loved the views of Osaka.
The king bed was comfortable, and the closet was spacious in room #4723 at Marriott Osaka Miyako hotel.
The bathroom offered a stand-alone shower plus a deep soaking tub with a view.
The bathroom vanity was well-organized.
The little drawer contained a wide selection of toiletries. (The tooth brush box showcases a profile of the hotel’s building.)
We got used to the heated seat of the Toto toilet.
Back in the main living area of room #4723, we appreciated the work table near a bank of plugs and USB charging ports.
The refreshment center was another nice feature of room # 4723. The left side of the cabinet hid a mini-bar/frig, and had room to add your own bottle of wine or water for chilling. We loved the capsule espresso maker on top.
The cabinet on the right side opened to reveal two rows of pull-out drawers. One provided a secure storage place for wine and champagne glasses, as well as other glassware. A second pull-out shelf housed a ice bucket, a teapot and coffee and tea cups. It was all very Marie Kondo-like (the author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing bestselling book.)
Best of all the views
Our favorite feature of room #4723 at the Marriott Osaka Miyako hotel was the view.
This was the daytime of Osaka from room #4723.
Room #4723 was also a special place to watch the sunset over the Port of Osaka. (While the port is a way in the distance, this photo was taken from the window with an iPhone.)
And the night time view from Room #4723. The tower that reminded us of a pepper grinder (in the upper right corner of the photo above) is the Tsutenkaku Tower.
Our Bottom LineWe loved our stay in room #4723 at the Marriott Osaka Miyako Hotel during our early October trip to Japan.
See Mr. Jones’ complete review of the hotel here.
Have you visited Osaka, Japan? Do you have a favorite hotel room to share?
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