Overnight Accommodations

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    Nights  1-3

    The St. Regis Osaka, The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka or The Conrad Osaka

    Osaka, Japan

    The St. Regis Osaka
    Enjoying Osaka’s most coveted address on Midosuji Avenue, the Champs Élysées of Osaka, The St. Regis Osaka opened its doors in 2010 and is the first international luxury hotel to open in the city in 13 years. Guest rooms welcome with a flat-screen HD TV with satellite and cable channels, Pioneer Blu-ray DVD/CD player, down comforter, 300-thread-count sheets and a pillow menu, expresso machine, fully stocked minibar, complimentary bottled water, in-room safe, individual climate control, a rainforest shower and separate soaking bathtub, bathrobes and slippers and a hairdryer. The Exercise Room is equipped with everything required for a satisfying workout, including TechnoGym, treadmills, bikes, weight training and free weights. If relaxation is more appealing, you’ll find out it at IRIDIUM offering spa treatments and views of the Osaka skyline. Enjoy light fare at The St. Regis Terrace, northern Italian cuisine at La Veduta, distinctive French flavors in the bistro atmosphere of Rue d’Or or try a specialty cocktail like a "Shogun Mary" at The St. Regis Bar.

    The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka
    One of the premier hotels in Osaka, The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka is located in the prestigious district of Nishi-Umeda, within walking distance to ancient city sights, business and shopping districts, and close to its treasured cultural heart. Pass through the Gateway of Western Japan and marvel at ancient traditions that punctuate the ultra-modern landscape that includes one of the city’s most elegant five star hotels. Evoking an 18th century English manor house, the hotel features a 450-piece art and antique collection, fitness center, spa, and fabulous guest rooms. A wide range of amenities and services contribute to a memorable experience; guest room amenities include Egyptian cotton linens, down comforters, goose down and non-allergenic foam pillows, marble bathroom, lighted makeup mirror and hair dryer, plush terry robes, computer, Internet, audio/visual and digital audio player plug-ins, DVD player, in-room safe, fully stocked refreshment cabinet, Nespresso machine and more. The fine dining restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka include an impressive global culinary repertoire that ranges from the French restaurant, La Baie, to the Lobby Lounge that serves traditional afternoon tea. Enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine in Xiang Tao, Japanese specialties in Hanagatami and Italian favorites in Splendido. And The Bar invites you to indulge in signature cocktails and a selection of more than 150 malt whiskies.

    The Conrad Osaka
    Conrad Osaka is your “address in the sky” in Japan’s second-largest city. With a commanding presence on Nakanoshima between the Dojima and Tosabori rivers, this sleek luxury hotel offers incredible views of the water and Osaka from all guest rooms and public areas. The hotel resides on the highest floors of Nakanoshima Festival West Tower, home to shops, restaurants and an art museum. Festival Hall is next door, easily reached via underground link. Conrad Osaka’s spacious, stylish guest rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows and a digital control panel for your lighting, curtain and temperature preferences. More luxuries for your stay include four restaurants and lounges, including all-day dining and a Sky Bar; the chic and tranquil Conrad Spa and salon overlooking the city; a wedding chapel and pillar-free event space with stunning views of Osaka and environs; and a heated indoor 20-meter pool and state-of-the-art fitness center.

    Tauck Guests enjoy complimentary Internet access in guest rooms!

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    Nights  4-11

    Le Soléal

    Cruising coastal waters

    Sophisticated styling, cutting-edge “green” technology and service that is welcoming and attentive combined for unsurpassed small ship cruising when Le Soléal joined her Tauck sister ships in 2013. Tauck’s luxe mega-yacht features six decks, a choice of two dining venues and all-included bar and restaurant beverages throughout the day aboard ship, including house wines and spirits. Le Soléal’s facilities and observation areas make your time at sea a pleasure; they include three lounges, bars with access to the open decks and evening entertainment. A state-of-the-art theatre provides an intimate space for lectures and entertainment, while a fitness and beauty complex and medical center provide for travel with ease. 132 staterooms (200 to 226 sq. ft.) and suites (290 to 398 sq. ft.) have sea views; 95% have private balconies. Staterooms offer individually controlled air conditioning, two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed or, a sofa converting to a queen-size bed. Amenities include video on demand, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, electronic safe, hair dryer, iPod Dock and minibar. Superior staterooms and Prestige suites can accommodate triples. 

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    Nights  12-13

    Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo or Shangri La Hotel, Tokyo or Palace Hotel, Tokyo

    Tokyo, Japan

    Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
    A “tower of contemporary luxury” in the center of the city awaits you at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo.  The hotel’s defining style, reflected in each guest room, is that of futuristic luxury, enhanced with fabrics and textiles that reflect the Japanese reverence for nature. Each guest room offers an in-room interactive entertainment system integrating iPod, MP3 and laptops, 45-inch LCD TV, 450-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and plush terry bathrobes plus Japanese kimono-style robes, high-tech in-room safe with built-in charger and more. Cycle “through the sky” 38 floors above the city in the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre or indulge in a bit of pampering calm in the Spa in the Sky. Dining options range from fine “Edo-mae” sushi at Sushi Sora, casual dining with an Italian flair at Ventaglio to Michelin-star Chinese cuisine and amazing views at Sense and fine dining at Signature, which has earned a Michelin star. The readers of Travel + Leisure placed the hotel on the list of the 500 World’s Best hotels and voted it the #1 hotel in Japan.

    Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

    Tokyo's evening skyline… In this metropolitan city, sublime heritage co-exists with modern wonders. When you stay at Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, you stay in the heart of it all... the Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping district are a mere 10-minute walk away. Besides an ideal location, the hotel's staff also anticipate your every need. Your surroundings are gracious... the hotel boasts an exclusive collection of 2,000 pieces of artwork by Japanese, Chinese and Western artists. Inspired by the writings of the Tang dynasty Chinese poet Bai Ju Yi, the artistry and beauty fill your senses. Dining is delight… And as for hotel amenities, calmness comes in the form of a therapeutic massage at CHI, The Spa... the soothing oils help to restore balance, creating a deeply calming experience.

    Palace Hotel, Tokyo

    With a legacy going back more than half a century, the award-winning Palace Hotel Tokyo opened in 2012 following a complete three-year rebuild, and presents guests with an experience of the city rivaled only by its incomparable views. Cozy guest rooms offer breathtaking views of the city’s most glorious gardens and the surrounding skyline. Highlights include spacious balconies and terraces; a separate seating area which can be used as either a dining table or a work space; and open-style bathrooms with separate soaking tub and shower, complete with dual rain and handheld shower heads and bath amenities by Anne Semonin. Each guest room is equipped with minibar; complimentary mineral water, coffees and teas and daily newspaper; Imabari bath linens; bathrobes & slipper; hair dryer; electric kettle; in-room safe with built-in power outlet; 46-inch LCD TV; 16-inch LCD TV in the bathroom; Blu-ray / DVD / CD player; multi-language TV channels; built-in international power socket; and multi-functional VoIP telephone and voicemail. Dining options included French fine dining and art-deco elegance at Crown, authentic Japanese at Wadakura or refined Chinese at Amber Palace. And for true relaxation, evian SPA TOKYO’s offers a full range of treatments within a space looking out on compelling vistas; on a clear day, snow-capped Mt. Fuji can be seen in the distance.

    Tauck Guests enjoy complimentary Internet access in guest rooms!

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    Many Tauck travelers prefer arriving at their destination a day before their Tauck journey begins, or often extend a stay at the end of their trip. As a service, Tauck will make hotel reservations before and after your journey.

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    The St. Regis Osaka - Osaka, Japan

    Enjoying Osaka’s most coveted address on Midosuji Avenue, the Champs Élysées of Osaka, The St. Regis Osaka opened its doors in 2010 and is the first international luxury hotel to open in the city in 13 years. Guest rooms welcome with a flat-screen HD TV with satellite and cable channels, Pioneer Blu-ray DVD/CD player, down comforter, 300-thread-count sheets and a pillow menu, expresso machine, fully stocked minibar, complimentary bottled water, in-room safe, individual climate control, a rainforest shower and separate soaking bathtub, bathrobes and slippers and a hairdryer. The Exercise Room is equipped with everything required for a satisfying workout, including TechnoGym, treadmills, bikes, weight training and free weights. If relaxation is more appealing, you’ll find out it at IRIDIUM offering spa treatments and views of the Osaka skyline. Enjoy light fare at The St. Regis Terrace, northern Italian cuisine at La Veduta, distinctive French flavors in the bistro atmosphere of Rue d’Or or try a specialty cocktail like a "Shogun Mary" at The St. Regis Bar.

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    The Conrad Osaka - Osaka, Japan

    Conrad Osaka is your “address in the sky” in Japan’s second-largest city. With a commanding presence on Nakanoshima between the Dojima and Tosabori rivers, this sleek luxury hotel offers incredible views of the water and Osaka from all guest rooms and public areas. The hotel resides on the highest floors of Nakanoshima Festival West Tower, home to shops, restaurants and an art museum. Festival Hall is next door, easily reached via underground link. Conrad Osaka’s spacious, stylish guest rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows and a digital control panel for your lighting, curtain and temperature preferences. More luxuries for your stay include four restaurants and lounges, including all-day dining and a Sky Bar; the chic and tranquil Conrad Spa and salon overlooking the city; a wedding chapel and pillar-free event space with stunning views of Osaka and environs; and a heated indoor 20-meter pool and state-of-the-art fitness center.

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    The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka - Osaka, Japan

    One of the premier hotels in Osaka, The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka is located in the prestigious district of Nishi-Umeda, within walking distance to ancient city sights, business and shopping districts, and close to its treasured cultural heart. Pass through the Gateway of Western Japan and marvel at ancient traditions that punctuate the ultra-modern landscape that includes one of the city’s most elegant five star hotels. Evoking an 18th century English manor house, the hotel features a 450-piece art and antique collection, fitness center, spa, and fabulous guest rooms. A wide range of amenities and services contribute to a memorable experience; guest room amenities include Egyptian cotton linens, down comforters, goose down and non-allergenic foam pillows, marble bathroom, lighted makeup mirror and hair dryer, plush terry robes, computer, Internet, audio/visual and digital audio player plug-ins, DVD player, in-room safe, fully stocked refreshment cabinet, Nespresso machine and more. The fine dining restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka include an impressive global culinary repertoire that ranges from the French restaurant, La Baie, to the Lobby Lounge that serves traditional afternoon tea. Enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine in Xiang Tao, Japanese specialties in Hanagatami and Italian favorites in Splendido. And The Bar invites you to indulge in signature cocktails and a selection of more than 150 malt whiskies.

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    Palace Hotel Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan

    With a legacy going back more than half a century, the award-winning Palace Hotel Tokyo is heir to some of the city’s most exclusive real estate in the heart of Tokyo's Marunouchi district. With an imitable perspective on the city and a tranquil moat-side location adjacent to the Imperial Palace gardens, the hotel opened in 2012 following a complete three-year rebuild. From the distinctive omotenashi (Japanese hospitality) you'll encounter upon arrival to subtle Japanese touches throughout, the wholly Japanese-owned and managed hotel presents guests with an experience of the city rivaled only by its incomparable views. Cozy guest rooms offer breathtaking views of the city’s most glorious gardens and the surrounding skyline. Highlights include spacious balconies and terraces; a separate seating area which can be used as either a dining table or a work space; and open-style bathrooms with separate soaking tub and shower, complete with dual rain and handheld shower heads and bath amenities by Anne Semonin. Each guest room is equipped with minibar; complimentary mineral water, coffees and teas and daily newspaper; Imabari bath linens; bathrobes & slipper; hair dryer; electric kettle; in-room safe with built-in power outlet; 46-inch LCD TV; 16-inch LCD TV in the bathroom; Blu-ray / DVD / CD player; multi-language TV channels; built-in international power socket; and multi-functional VoIP telephone and voicemail. Whether it’s French fine dining and art-deco elegance at Crown, authentic Japanese at Wadakura or refined Chinese at Amber Palace, each of Palace Hotel Tokyo’s seven destination restaurants promises a culinary experience as original and memorable as its setting. And for true relaxation, evian SPA TOKYO’s offers a full range of treatments within a space designed as a metaphorical reflection of the journey evian® natural mineral water takes through the Alps. Featuring wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on compelling vistas, the Alpine-inspired space is beautifully juxtaposed with its natural setting; on a clear day, snow-capped Mt. Fuji can be seen in the distance.

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    Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan

    Voted the top spot among the Best 100 hotels in the World by Institutional Investor in 2013 – and #1 among the Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the World in TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Award in 2012 – Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo is perched on the top 11 floors of a 37-story building adjacent to Tokyo Station; the Imperial Palace, Nihombashi and Marunouchi business districts, and famous Ginza shopping belt are all but a stone’s throw away. Guest rooms, offering panoramic views stretching from Imperial Gardens to Tokyo Bay to the new Tokyo Sky Tree, are furnished with the utmost consideration, featuring Japanese-inspired bathrooms and other details. Guests will appreciate the state-of-the-art exercise gym and a heated indoor swimming pool overlooking the city. Make an appointment at CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La to indulge in lavish spa treatments based on ancient Asian curative traditions and rituals. The hotel distinguishes itself as an exceptional dining destination with two world–class restaurants – the Italian restaurant Piacere, offering exquisite food and fine wines with panoramic views over the Imperial Gardens; and the Japanese restaurant Nadaman, setting a new standard for dining in Tokyo.

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    Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan

    A “tower of contemporary luxury” in the center of the city awaits you at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, where you’ll find a stunning panorama surrounding you, no matter where you look.  A sense of space, created by expansive glass walls, pervades guest rooms that are among the largest in all of Japan. The hotel’s defining style, reflected in each guest room, is that of futuristic luxury, enhanced with specially made fabrics and textiles that reflect the Japanese reverence for nature. Each offers an in-room interactive entertainment system providing integration of personal electronics such as iPod, MP3 and laptops, 45-inch LCD TV receiving over 50 channels, 450-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and plush terry bathrobes plus Japanese kimono-style robes, high-tech in-room safe with built-in charger and more to ensure a pleasant, comfortable stay. Cycle “through the sky” 38 floors above the city in the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre or indulge in a bit of pampering calm in the Spa in the Sky. If tea is your thing, you’ll find Nirvana in the Sense Tea Corner, offering more than 20 different types in a relaxed and serene atmosphere, while the Mandarin Bar entices with signature cocktails as well as spirits to suit any taste. Dining options range from fine “Edo-mae” sushi at Sushi Sora, casual dining with an Italian flair at Ventaglio to Michelin-star Chinese cuisine and amazing city views at Sense and fine dining at Signature, which has earned a Michelin star for its contemporary French menu. The readers of Travel + Leisure placed the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo on the list of the 500 World’s Best hotels and voted it the #1 hotel in Japan.

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