Located Kyoto. Twin Room (26m²) is available here. A buffet counter with various breads, and your choice of a main dish, all of which will leave your body feeling satisfied and invigorated.
Hotel Granvia Kyoto is an integral part of the JR Kyoto Station Building Complex, the visually striking architectural masterpiece which also includes a department store, museum and a vast underground shopinng mall. The inclusion of 15 meeting and banquet rooms, 10 restaurants & bars, and fitness facilities makes Hotel Granvia Kyoto the premier destination for international travelers to ‘hang their hat’, whether that be for business or leisure.
Hotel Granvia Kyoto is an integral part of the JR Kyoto Station Building Complex,
the visually striking architectural masterpiece which also includes a department store, museum, musical theater, and a vast underground shopping mall. From this convenient location, hotel guests have direct and easy access to and from Kansai International Airport and major metropolitan destinations across Japan including Osaka, Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagoya, and Fukuoka.
With its elegant accommodations, including 536 beautifully appointed guestrooms, there is simply no better place to stay in Kyoto. The inclusion of 15 meeting and banquet rooms, a 1400-seat ballroom, 11 restaurants & bars, and fitness facilities makes Hotel Granvia Kyoto the premier destination for international travelers to ‘hang their hat’, whether that be for business or leisure. Deluxe accommodations and superb convenience are the hallmarks of Hotel Granvia Kyoto.
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Regarding Preventive Measures for the Novel Coronavirus. Thank you very much for your continued patronage of JR-West Hotels.
In response to COVID-19, our Hotel Group is currently implementing temporary closures or partial changes to the business activities of some of our facilities, as the safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees are our utmost concerns. While some regions are no longer formally in a state of emergency, we are implementing the following measures in consideration of the possibility of a second surge in infections. We ask for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
Safety and Security Measures
- Temperature Screening and Monitoring Health Status
- For Customers
We are taking temperatures and asking all customers if they are in good health. In addition, we are checking the route taken to the hotel, including overseas travel history of guests staying overnight upon check-in.
- For Employees
We are taking temperatures and asking all employees (including hotel suppliers) if they are in good health. We are also checking the physical wellbeing of our employees’ families.
- Handwashing, Gargling, and Sanitizing Hands
- For Customers
We encourage all customers to sanitize their hands. Alcoholic hand sanitizers are available in all public areas (lobbies, restaurants, event venues, toilets, etc.).
- For Employees
All employees (including hotel suppliers) are required to wash their hands, gargle, and sanitize their hands regularly. Alcohol-based sanitizers are available at all employee areas.
- Wearing of Masks and Gloves
We require all customers and employees (including hotel suppliers) to wear masks. In addition, housekeeping staff are required to wear gloves and masks.
- Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection
We will enhance the cleaning and disinfection of areas with high levels of contact with the general public, such as lobbies and surrounding areas (including elevator buttons, toilets, etc.). We have also switched off the bidet (function) in public toilets. In addition to standard cleaning procedures, we are enhancing the cleaning and disinfection of areas subject to frequent hand-touching (including doorknobs, remote controls for TVs and air conditioners, telephones, chairs and tables, writing instruments, switches, flushing lever handles for toilets, paper holders and faucets, bathtub and shower handles, hairdryers, in-room information provided in guest rooms, etc.) and the bidet nozzles in guest rooms. Equipment at restaurants and banquet halls (doorknobs, tables, chairs, menus, tableware, condiment containers, microphones, cloakroom tags, etc.) are cleaned and disinfected after each use. In addition, we are enhancing the washing of tableware and cleaning of the kitchen. We will enhance cleaning and disinfection of areas with a high probability of physical interaction in the employee areas.
- Ensuring Social Distancing
We have set up infection prevention shields at front desks to minimize the amount of face-to-face contact between customers and employees. We have implemented measures for customers to keep wider gaps between themselves and those in front or behind when lining up at front desks. We have implemented measures for customers to keep wider gaps between themselves and those around them at restaurants and event venues. In order to prevent crowding of elevators and smoking areas, we are implementing maximum occupancy rules. We are promoting cashless payment at the front desk and restaurants. We are also not passing money directly by hand but rather placing it on the cash tray.
A Request to Our Hotel Guests
We ask that you wear a mask and use the alcohol-based disinfectant on your hands and fingers when you arrive at our hotels. Please cooperate with us during temperature screenings and health checks at the entrances of the hotel and restaurants. (We are refusing entry to those with temperatures above 37.5°, those showing symptoms of cough, and those who are in poor health.) We have made alcohol-based disinfectant available at various spots around the hotels, so please use as necessary to sterilize your hands and fingers.
Please cooperate with us to ensure proper social distancing when lining up at the front desｋ,using elevators and smoking room. If during your stay you start to feel ill, please contact a nearby member of staff. We ask for your understanding and cooperation in order to maintain a safer environment going forward.
We will continue to monitor the advice of the national government, specialized agencies, and various local governments regarding prevention measures, to implement new measures as necessary, and to give maximum priority to the health and safety of our staff and customers.
- LCD TV
- Cable internet connection
- Silent refrigerator
- Mini bar
- Shower and bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Electric kettle
- Safety deposit box
- Hair comb
- Rubber band for hair
- Shower cap
- Beauty cottons
- Makeup remover
- Facial soap
- Night wear
- Body wash towel
- Set of towels
- Shoe cleaner
- Green tee
- Roasted green tea
- Bottled water
Le Temps Restaurant
“Le Temps” is French for time, and this eatery is uniquely decorated with two large clocks on the walls. In our relaxed café restaurant, you can select from a variety of dining styles, including buffet, a la carte, and a café menu. The expansive surroundings feature a modern classic design that naturally invites you to enjoy a leisurely satisfying meal.
|6:30 – 21:00|
(Last order 20:00 Buffet 19:30 )
Our meeting rooms
- Number of meeting rooms: 5
- Maximum size: 112 m²
- Maximum capacity: 70 people
- Maximum banquet capacity: 5 people
- Video conferencing
- Day light
- WIFI access
- Video equipment
- Overhead projector
- Air conditioned meeting room
Room descriptions and layouts
|ROOM NAME||SURFACE AREA||HEIGHT||THEATRE STYLE||U-SHAPED ROOM||BOARD-ROOM||CLASSROOM STYLE||BANQUET|
|Louvre||34 m²||2 m||–||18pax||24 pax||–||2 pax|
|Seine||46 m²||2 m||–||–||14 pax||–||–|
|Eiffel||50 m²||2 m||35 pax||24 pax||30 pax||27 pax||3 pax|
|Louvre + eiffel||85 m²||2 m||55 pax||33 pax||36 pax||–||5 pax|
|Opera||112 m²||2 m||–||33 pax||42 pax||–||5 pax|
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■Directly connected to JR Kyoto Station. (Hotel Lobby is located on 2nd floor)
■75-min. from Kansai International Airport by JR Haruka Express Train.
■2h 35min. from Tokyo Station by JR Shinkansen Bullet Train.
■50-55-min. from Osaka International Airport by Limousine.
Convenience chain offering grab-&-go bites & beverages, plus assorted newsstand items.
Access: 170 m (2 minutes by walk)
Opening Hours: Every day 24 hours
Mall beneath Kyoto Station featuring restaurants, cafes, fashion boutiques & beauty services.
Access: 110 m (2 minutes by walk)
Opening Hours: Every day 10.00 AM – 8.30 PM
Tower with an observation deck offering binoculars & touch-screen guides, plus a food court.
Access: 280 m (4 minutes by walk)
Opening Hours: Every day 11 AM – 7 PM
AEON Mall Kyoto
A huge mall with an amazing variety of shops. A fun arcade and a food court with delicious food.
Access: 1 km (4 minutes by car)
Opening Hours: Every day 10 AM – 09 PM
This iconic Buddhist temple is known for its 1,001 life-sized wooden statues of the goddess Kannon.
Access: 1,5 km (6 minutes by car)
Opening Hours: 08 AM – 05 PM