I have just shared my stay at Conrad Osaka and have written extensively on my stay in their Executive Corner Room as well as the hotel facilities, including the executive lounge and breakfast offering. You can check that out here. Before the Executive Corner Room was ready, I was offered the Premium View Room to rest and freshen up. I will simply share my thoughts on the room and it is very decent. This is one level above the base level room. I would be happy with it. While extra space is always good, let’s check this out.
Once again, to recap, Conrad Osaka features 164 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites spread across 7 categories. They have a low number of suites and with only 8 of them, it is tough for elite members to be upgraded to one. This room might be the upgrade for Diamond members and realistically the upgrade for Gold members.
|Rooms||Executive Lounge Access||Bathtub||Room Size||No.of Rooms|
|Premium View||No||Yes||50 Sqm||72|
|Executive Corner||Yes||Yes||66 Sqm||20|
|Executive Suite||Yes||Yes||100 Sqm||3|
|Executive Corner Suite||Yes||Yes||100 Sqm||4|
|Conrad Penthouse||Yes||Yes||220 Sqm||1|
Premium View Room
The manager offered me the Premium View Room to rest in while they get ready the Executive Corner Room for my stay. The hotel has a chic and cool theme that is on the darker side. I got a Premium View Room on the 34th floor, room 3424 to be exact. Upon entering, you have an L-shape entranceway and you can find a toilet on the left.
It looks luxurious although I have to say that the configuration is a little weird as the rest of the bathroom is on the other side of the room.
The room comes with an open-concept bathroom in the main space of the room itself. I am not a fan of this layout as you will have to walk past the entranceway to get to the shower. This won’t be convenient. The open concept makes the space much more spacious than it is. It comes with double sinks and is lavishly decorated with all sorts of amenities. For those who require more privacy, sliding doors can be extended to shield the bathroom area from the rest of the room.
The bathroom comes with both a circular bathtub and a standing shower. They are located in the same area as per usual Japanese layouts. Check out the amazing circular tub. It is the same as the one I had in the Executive Corner Room and a joy to soak in. Amenities are from Byredo as per the usual in Conrad properties. Water pressure and temperature control are amazing.
You can find a spacious wardrobe equipped with all that you might need from an ironing kit to bathrobes and bath slippers. There is also a luggage rack that could fit a check-in suitcase nicely. Pyjamas are found too.
Next to it is the minibar set-up. It is lovely to see that they had an actual coffee machine with capsules provided. They also had some TWG packaged tea alongside a very chic tea set. Below is a fully stocked minibar. Bottles of water are provided.
Panels stretched across the wall with a vanity area and on it, you can find a high-quality Smart TV. There are plenty of both international and local TV channels. The size is decent for the room.
The circular table at the corner acts as both the working desk as well as the dining table. It is spacious and this will be a good spot for a romantic dinner with that view. Outlets are within reach and the Wi-Fi is easy to connect to. Diamond members get access to premium Wi-Fi. I was surprised that they did not preemptively offer any adapters here.
Left on the table was a lovely welcome amenity consisting of a bottle of sake specifically brewed for Conrad Osaka.
The large king-size bed takes up most of the space in the middle of the room. The bedding is extremely comfortable with high-quality sheets. I love that firmer pillows are offered and you can get a tempur contour pillow that will surely give you a comfortable rest. Nightstands can be found on both sides of the bed. Outlets are readily available and on one side you have a speaker alarm clock. On the other side, you have a tablet to adjust the lighting, temperature and curtains. I love it.
Last but not least, the awesome view of Osaka from almost 200m above ground. This is what makes the difference from a base-level room. Look at those floor-to-ceiling window panels. Along the window, you have a little sofa that makes the perfect spot for lazing.
It is a perfectly alright room and super gorgeous as well. It measures a spacious 50Sqm and comes with a huge circular tub too. There is not much of a difference between this and the executive-level room besides the view, space and hairdryer. You still have a great view which is a crucial part of the experience here. Even without an upgrade, I thought these base-level rooms would still offer a comfortable stay. There is nothing much to fault with the hard product here at Conrad Osaka.
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