Frasers Hospitality has opened the 114-unit
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka, one of 12 new properties this year
under both the Fraser brand, and its second brand,
Located right in the centre of the popular
entertainment and cultural district of Namba and within easy reach
of the city’s top gourmet restaurants, shopping centres and key
business complexes, the 14-storey solar panelled, Fraser Residence
Nankai Osaka is a short walk from the massive Namba station
transport hub – which has direct access to Kansai International
Airport, and the surrounding cities of Kyoto and Nara.
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka is owned
by Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd, one of the city’s most
established conglomerates with an extensive real estate,
transportation and retail portfolio.
Spacious stylish studios, one
and two-bedroom units, feature a
fully equipped kitchenette, clothes washer and dryer,
state-of-the-art Wi-Fi connectivity and a comprehensive home
In addition, residents can enjoy a full range of
facilities including a 24/7 gym fitted with the latest equipment,
modern steam and sauna rooms, an all-day café and a business
lounge that offers internet stations and a dedicated meeting room.
Specialist services include round-the-clock reception, dedicated
concierge and security services with full security including
keycard access for elevators and in-room electronic safe.
“This new Osaka property is vital to our growing
international network as it is a major gateway to the Kansai
region, the cultural and historical heart of Japan,” said Mr Choe
Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer, Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd.
“And the fact that we are the first international-class serviced
residence operator in the market reflects the city’s growing
importance as a centre for medical, chemical and pharmaceutical
corporations, creating strong demand for mid to long-term
accommodation from the multi-nationals who have operations in
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka brings to 35 the
number of properties currently managed by Frasers – a total of
5,000 individual residences in 21 cities worldwide. And, with
another 6,000, residences on the drawing board, the company is on
course to manage more than 10,600 individual residences by 2012.
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