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Zentis Osaka is an elegant boutique hotel in downtown Osaka, having opened for the postponed Tokyo Olympics back in June 2020. The interiors were designed by the London interior design firm Tara Bernerd & Partners, presenting a minimal and elegant contemporary European residential feel.
British designer Tara Bernerd, the founder of Tara Bernerd & Partners, is known to create unique projects, with a beautiful signature style that mixes luxury with an industrial edge, and timeless elegance. All projects created by the studio reflect the style and traditions of the location and the people where the project is located.
The Zentis Osaka was created with the concept of developing encounters of a new kind – the place where chance encounters lead to unexpected acquaintances and where inspiring experiences reveal a new perspective. Zentis Osaka‘s design is a combination of raw materials with a natural colour palette with exposed brick and timber beams. The hotel has two hundred and twelve rooms on polished wooden floors, a stone staircase and splashes of mustard by bold commissioned works of local Japanese artists.
The Zentis Osaka embraces guests in natural light alongside bookcases, plants, sofas and crafted textures right at the lobby, with a clean-lined grass fireplace connecting the lounge area with an outdoor terrace. A blue limestone staircase leads to Upstairz, the hotel’s lounge, bar and restaurant.
Most of the rooms at the Zentis Osaka are studios with walk-in showers designed in sage green tiles. The hotel rooms’ design are in compact modular segments with a soft modern palette of neutral textures and strong calligraphic brushstroke artworks above the beds, round ceramic tables and mid-century inspired wooden chairs.
The Upstairz Lounge, Bar and Restaurant is lead by Michelin-starred Chef Shinya Otsuchihashi and his team, who brings out the natural flavours and textures of seasonal ingredients in a mix of French and Japanese cuisine.
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