Okazaki-CityOKAZAKI NEW GRAND HOTEL

  • OKAZAKI NEW GRAND HOTEL
  • OKAZAKI NEW GRAND HOTEL
  • OKAZAKI NEW GRAND HOTEL

At the confluence of the Yahagi and Oto Rivers, the town below this 50,000 "koku" castle flourished as a strategic hub for water based transport.
The birth place of Lord Tokugawa Ieyasu, Okazaki Castle, and the rows of houses that can be glimpsed in the remains of the former post town are just a couple of the many historical landmarks that still exist. The hotel boasts close proximity to Okazaki Castle, a location along the banks of Oto River, and picturesque scenery blending water, greenery and light.
We invite you to pass the time in comfort and enjoy the extensive facilities and warm hospitality at your disposal, whether you are here on business or for sightseeing.

ACCOMMODATION OVERVIEW

Location : 〒444-0052
515-33, Kosei-cho, Okazaki-city, Aichi
Phone
number
: 0564-21-5111
Fax
number
: 0564-21-0109
number of rooms : 90
Check-in : 15:00
Check-out : 11:00
Parking : 55 parking spaces
Parking
Fee
: Free
Banquet
hall
: Western-style room (large) maximum capacity 300 persons, western-style room (medium/small) for 20 to 200 persons, Japanese-style room (large) maximum capacity 100 persons, Japanese-style room (medium/small) and VIP room, Japanese restaurant Otogawa (lunch 11:30 to 14:00 / dinner 17:00 to 21:00)
Meeting
room
: Western-style room (large/medium/small) for 10 to 500 persons
Eating
facility
: Sky restaurant Paris (breakfast 6:45 to 9:30 / lunch 11:30 to 14:00 / dinner 17:30 to 21:00), 1F bar Grandeur (17:00 to 23:00), coffee lounge Repos (8:00 to 21:00)
Gift shop : Available
Other
equipment
: Scenic large bath, medium-sized bath, lounge, karaoke room
Internet
(lobby)
: Available throughout the hotel.
Internet in
guest rooms
: Available
Inquiries in
English
: OK
Inquiries in
Chinese
: OK
Website : http://www.newgrand.yad.jp/english/facilities_information/index.html
Fee : Starting from 8,300 yen

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    10 minutes' walk from either Aichi Loop Railway Naka-okazaki Station or Meitetsu Okazaki Station.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Exit at the Tomei Expressway Okazaki I.C. and drive on Route 1 for approx. 25 km in the direction of Nagoya. Turn left at the "Kosei-dori Minami" intersection and just before the Tonobashi bridge turn right at the "Tonobashi Kita" intersection, and go straight along the river.

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