Facility Management

GRANVISTA Hotels & Resorts manages a wide variety of facilities, ranging from city hotels and restaurants to a marine facility and a golf resort.

City Hotels

Located in downtown Sapporo, the hotel is ideal for both leisure and business guests. Since its opening in 1934, the hotel has maintained its tradition as a "guesthouse of the north," for more than 80 years, and it has pursued the highest level of hospitality as one of Japan's leading hotels.

This "mansion house of Sapporo" is located amid the greenery of Nakajima Park. Despite its central location in downtown Sapporo, this city resort hotel offers alluring seasonal views, and it provides guests with a secluded environment and quality space.

Located directly in front of magnificent Kumamoto Castle, the hotel is ideally situated as a sightseeing base in Kyushu. True to its reputation as an international-class city hotel, it is complete with banquet, wedding and other facilities to satisfy all customer needs.

Urban Hotels

Located on Namiki Street, Ginza, 3-mins. walk from Shimbashi Station, the hotel is convenient for shopping, sightseeing and business.

All guest rooms are spacious and come complete with an air purifier and large desk. However, the attention to detail is not confined to the guest rooms. The hotel is located in a quiet area near Osakajo Park, and a convenient and comfortable stay with friendly service is guaranteed.

Resort Hotels

Located beside the white sandy beach and deep-blue sea, the rooms of the hotel all have an ocean view, providing guests with a sense of natural freedom. Guests can enjoy the open-air hot-spring bath, which seems to extend out to the nearby sea.

With its potent yet gentle waters Noboribetsu Spa has been selected as one of the 100 best spas in Japan. The baths, which use three types of hot water with different benefits and properties directly from the spring as well as on mixed type, are ideal for therapeutic purposes. Guests can spend a relaxing time and dine on fine dishes that feature the finest ingredients from the sea and from the land.

Marine Facility and Golf Resort

Approximately 11,000 sea creatures of 800 species are on display at this huge amusement park. Performances by four marine creatures-the killer whale (known to some as the "king of the sea"), dolphins, sea lions and beluga or white whales-are enormously popular. Visitors can look forward to an enjoyable and relaxing time as they view the startling wonder of marine life.

The hotel is directly connected to Kamogawa Sea World, and all the rooms have an ocean view. With a number of facilities and services for children―as well as amusement facilities such as hot-spring baths, bowling lanes and karaoke rooms―the hotel is designed to provide long, fond memories.

The resort is about 20 minutes from New Chitose Airport. With four courses and 72 holes, It is one of the largest golf clubs in Japan. The real joy of golf can be encountered here on courses for players of all levels, surrounded by the magnificent nature of Hokkaido. In 2007-2009, the club also served as the venue of the LPGA AXA Ladies' Golf Tournament.

Highway Restaurants and Coastal Road

[Sano Service Area on the Tohoku Expressway (outbound lane)] This extensive service area is an ideal place to stop while traveling in the direction of Nikko or Nasu. It offers Tochigi specialties, including the nationally famed Sano ramen―noodles rolled out using bamboo poles―as well as bread fresh from the oven of its bakery.

[EXPASA Ashigara Servuce Area on the Tomei Expressway (outbound lane) ] Shopping Plaza, Banri Chinese Food Court, Fujimi Chaya Snack Corner, Sugar Mt. Sweet Shop Sugar Mt. Commands panoramic views of the magnificent Mt. Fuji and Mt. Kintoki a peak known for its connection to Japanese folklore hero Kintaro. The service area has a number of special features found only here at one of the Tomei Expressway?'s largest service stations. In addition to eateries and shops, it also has public bathing facilities, a dog run (suitable for all sizes of dogs) and an observation deck.

[Otsu Service Area (2F) on the Meishin Expressway (inbound lane)] This scenic point is known for its view of Lake Biwa. It features the first 551 Horai shop to open on an expressway and a coffee shop produced by Kyoto?'s long-established Ogawa Coffee. Customers can also enjoy a local-production-for- local?consumption menu of dishes made with specially selected local ingredients. Ohmi specialties, popular Kansai products and a host of traditional Kyoto brands are available at the shop.

This beautiful winding road along the 6.1-kilometer-long coastline from Yugawara to Omiya no Matsu in Atami promises an enjoyable drive.

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