Hotel Granvia Wakayama

Tomodacho 5-18,Wakayama,Japan

  • Experience World-class Service at Hotel Granvia Wakayama

    Stop at Hotel Granvia Wakayama to discover the wonders of Wakayama. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. All the necessary facilities, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, chapel, daily housekeeping, postal service, 24-hour front desk, are at hand. Television LCD/plasma screen, air purifier, carpeting, clothes rack, complimentary tea can be found in selected guestrooms. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including theme park, massage. Convenience and comfort makes Hotel Granvia Wakayama the perfect choice for your stay in Wakayama.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Currency Exchange
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Next to Wakayama Station

      Reviewed 07 July 2019

      Spacious room and bottled mineral water is provided daily. The name of the hotel on the faade is indicated in Japanese only () but it is easy to locate. It is in the same building as Kintetsu Department Store (closes at 7pm) which is just next to Wakayama station - exit from the station and turn right, go through the tea lounge and the hotel lobby is right inside. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is also Mio Wakayama on the other side of the station (closes at 8pm). There is a free shuttle bus near the hotel that goes to Aeon Mall Wakayama.

    • A good mid range hotel near to Wakayama station with a spacious room

      Reviewed 26 June 2019

      This is the second time I am staying this hotel. Last time I felt a bit old and carpet a bit stinky but this time it was not so bad or rather I felt good. Theom given was quite spacious though I got the room at bargain price. Only thing I should say was a bit poor breakfast buffet. I thought this hotel's breakfast buffet was famous but quite disappointing. The offered items are not so many and taste just ok. Only thing I found good was dried fishes which we could grilled them.

    • Good location, excellent staff.

      Reviewed 10 May 2019

      Had two separate nights here, with very different rooms. The first a superior double, comfortable though bathroom rather small and basic. View of adjacent apartment balconies. The second was spacious, luxurious, with two large beds, sitting area with corner windows (great views), bathroom with spa bath and walk-in shower. Very helpful reception staff, especially Kazue Miyamoto who was warm and friendly and had very good English. Minor complaint: this Granvia not so tourist-friendly as others - breakfast offering had rather limited choice of non-Japanese food.

    • Excellent location, good stay

      Reviewed 10 April 2019

      From Wakayama port, I bicycled to the hotel. They werent expecting to see someone in cycling gear asking to check in, but they adjusted quickly to a friendly welcome. I was given Room 902, a small room with double bed. The room was quiet. The bed was comfortable, and the pillow had a soft side and a harder beanbag side, which I like. An electrical outlet on the headboard allowed me to charge my phone while I slept and still have it to hand. The window kipped open and the fresh air was welcome, though the only view was that of the neighboring apartment building; further down the hall you would get a view of the station area and on the other side of the hall you would see the tracks from your room. The bathroom was small but up- to- date, sparkling clean and had a very good, Granvia- style selection of amenities. Breakfast was in a nice room on the 5th floor-- which has some number of eateries, all of them but the breakfast site closed at this hour. The breakfast room is bright and open, and overlooks the approach to the train station. The selection was excellent, and the food quality was good. There was a grill- your- own fish station, rarely seen elsewhere. They had no hot pepper sauce, though. On 6F, the hotel offers what they call cabins, in two sizes (business class and first class.) They look like good alternatives to capsules, offering more space, a bigger bed and space to stow your stuff. Theres a lounge and common bathroom and spa facilities. I did not see them but the pictures looked pretty good. Secure bike parking is available underneath, 200Yen, and offered by Times, the big carpark company you see throughout Japan.

    • Good location

      Reviewed 14 February 2019

      The hotel is just next to JR Wakayama Station. It should be a good place to stay if you have to visit the sights in Wakayama City. Or it is good as a transit to stay overnight. My group of six arrived at Kansai Airport in late afternoon and we have to start Kumanokodo hiking the next day, so it was the only option t stay for the night. The room was really small although we had a deluxe double. In the morning, we had breakfast at the small caf on the ground floor of the hotel. It was a very basic buffet breakfast and it cost only about 800 yen.


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