INTRODUCING A NEW HOTEL DEVELOPED BY HOTEL GRANVIA OSAKA
Provide a relaxing and refreshing space strongly connected to nature and conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from JR Osaka Station.
“Vischio” is Italian for mistletoe, a plant that is considered sacred and a source of happiness, safety, and good fortune in Norse mythology. The name is meant to express our desire to provide a relaxing, refreshing atmosphere for travel-wary guests.
EXPERIENCE A RELAXING, REFRESHING ATMOSPHERE STRONGLY CONNECTED TO NATURE.
Once inside the hotel, guests will be greeted by an open, airy courtyard.Meanwhile, the lobby ceiling includes several skylights that provide guests a direct connection to nature through wind and light. Various other aspects throughout the floor hint at the hotel’s connection to nature including pendant lighting designed after mistletoe and artwork on the wall behind the front desk featuring overlapping images of trees.
In addition to aluminum fiber-like louvers representing undulating waves and a wall design closely tied to Osaka’s designation as Japan’s “Water City”, the hotel entrance includes a collection of trees for a welcoming, relaxing first impression.
3B hospitality to be there for customers
“Beds” that suggest a more pleasant comfort
The hotel uses an original mattress model from Simmons, the number one bedding company in Japan, which has unique mattress technology.The mattress have special pillow-top mattress thickness and cushioning, and the quilting pattern and material gentle to the touch helps ensure an ideal sleep.
Bathrooms are complete with specially selected towels pleasant to the touch, with a preference for natural amenities.Take away your tiredness and relax in the separate-type bathroom with a wash area or the bathroom with a rain shower that gently caresses your body. (* Limited to certain rooms)
“Breakfasts” with special tastes from nature
In the restaurant on the 1st floor, please enjoy special breakfasts that are a fusion of the Osaka-like “culture of food made with flour” and Italian food.
The restaurant also has the “Vischio Pinsa”, a light pizza-like food that uses soybean and rice flours, original dishes associated with Osaka, and even “kiln-baked fresh vegetables” that bring out the deliciousness of the ingredients.