Marking the debut of the model in Japan, W Osaka will redefine the native lodge scene with a spirited spin on luxurious.
“Osaka’s mixture of tradition and daring, high-energy way of life makes it the perfect setting for the debut of W Resorts in Japan,” stated Rajeev Menon, president, Asia Pacific, Marriott Worldwide.
“We’re excited to as soon as once more be partnering with Sekisui Home to welcome W Osaka to the posh hospitality panorama right here, and know worldwide travellers and locals alike might be drawn to the lodge and its playground of potentialities.”
Located on alongside Midosuji Boulevard, W Osaka asserts its presence within the metropolis’s busy city streetscape with a black monolith façade designed by Osaka-born, world-renowned architect Tadao Ando.
The lodge’s intriguing design idea is expressed as a minimalist exterior concealing colourfully exuberant interiors, a nod to the Edo interval when extreme shows of wealth have been prohibited, and retailers have been stated to have dressed modestly in public.
Nevertheless, in non-public, flamboyance and opulence have been free to be expressed, and W Osaka typifies this transformation.
The inside design was conceptualised by concrete, the Amsterdam-based design studio behind the terribly stylish W London and W Verbier.
The design narrative shines a highlight on the distinction between Japanese minimalism and the limitless excesses of city life, illuminated by Osaka’s vivid neon lights at evening.
Shiny areas, clear strains and daring color schemes are impressed by Osaka’s blazing streetscapes and mirrored within the lodge’s 337 guestrooms and suites.
Flooring-to-ceiling home windows body gorgeous views of the skyline, whereas spacious loos with rain showers and luxe facilities invite company to retreat and recharge.
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