Welcome to the Hotel Granvia Okayama, where we make every effort to make your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible. As a landmark in front of JR Okayama Station, the Hotel Granvia Okayama serves as the gateway to the entire Seto Inland Sea area for both business travelers and tourists alike. This helps make the Hotel Granvia Okayama, with its advanced facilities and sophisticated services, the ideal location where guests from all over the world can meet and foster greater cross-cultural understanding through the exchange of ideas. We cordinally invite you to submerge youself in the full warmth of our hospitality and all the luxuries the hotel has to offer. Please enjoy your stay with us.
Okayama is located a middle of Kansai and Kyushu regions. The south side of Okayama is the gate to Shikoku, while its northern side offers access to the Sanin region. It is a key traffic hub and a place for sightseeing.
One of the three most outstanding gardens in Japan.
The garden was designed and built in the Kaiyu (stroll-through) style for Daimyos (Japanese feudallords) and you can enjoy seasonal flowers and trees year-round.
The garden is one of the best created during the Edo era.
A combination of garden trails and water ways is designed to link extensive lawns, ponds, man-made hills and buildings so that you can enjoy a variety of scenes as you stroll through the garden.
There are white-walled storehouses and Namako walls throughout this nostalgic townâs riverside streets. Many fancy cafes and a variety of shops also line the streets. The area still preserves the atmosphere that was present at the time when the area was directly governed by the Edo shogunate, when it enjoyed prosperity as a logistical center and the hub of the Bichu region.
You wonât want to miss the "Ohara Museum of Art" as it exhibits collection of world famous masterpieces including those of El Greco, Renoir, Monet, and Matisse.
Naoshima is an island located in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan. It is renowned for its collection of contemporary art galleries and exhibits like the Art House Project, the Benesse House Museum and the Chichu Art Museum.
The island can be quite hilly but pleasant enough along the coasts for biking and walking, except for the road from Miyanoura to Chichu Art Museum. Rental bicycles are available at Miyanoura port (\500/day). It is entirely feasible for all sights on this island to be seen in one day.
A variety of guest rooms with superior design and functionality allows you to choose the most spacious of rooms. A modern environment including free wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) access is available in all of our guest rooms. Get our best rate by booking through our website. We offer free bottled water for each visitor who books in advance.
We offer a choice of eight different restaurants to ensure a memorable dining experience.
Each restaurant provides you with its own special atmosphere so as to provide you with an enjoyable time.