Tropicana is the main building of Glamp Ocean Iseshima and serves a wide range of drinks, meals, and desserts. Room service is also available.
Business hours: 15:00 pm to 22:00 pm (L.O. 21:30), 7:30 am to 11:00 am (excluding bars and restaurants)
Facilities: bar/restaurant/shower booth/dressing room/toilet, etc.
Drinks: cocktails/champagne/wine/beer/perrier/soft drinks, etc.
Food: green curry / Matsusaka beef curry / pizza / German fries / herb frank / vegetable sticks / ice etc.
* Opening hours are subject to change due to weather and other factors.
* The menu may change depending on the season and availability.
Guests staying in Seaside Deck accommodations have access to an indoor dining area. On rainy or chilly days, enjoy your meal in the comfort of this cozy room.
A crystal-clear glamping oasis surrounded by greenery.
Open from early June to late August (subject to change)
Guests staying in Bay Terrace accommodations have access to their very own dining area.
This space allows you to enjoy grilling in all kinds of weather.
A private beach stretching for 150m.
The clear water and shallow terrain are also perfect for children.
Usually open from mid-July to mid-August
* Please note that jellyfish are common after mid-August.
Onsen open-air baths
Guests can use the natural hot spring open-air bath at Ryosou Uminochou.
Open : 15:00-24:00
Amenities : Body soap / Shampoo / Conditioner / Bath towels / Towels / Amenity goods / Baby bath / Crib / Baby chair / Facial soap (women's public bath only)
Pick-up time : Until 21:45 pm
Shower rooms are available whenever you want to break a light sweat.
They also serve as powder rooms.
Garden Pools (Summer only)
Two swimming pools, one large and one small, are located amidst flowers and greenery. Children will love the small water slide.
Open from early July through the end of August
Open : 8:00-18:00
Located next to Glampocean Iseshima, Awamiko jinja is the closest jinja to the shore out of all 125 jinja in the Ise Jingu complex. The deity of the jinja is considered to be the guardian deity of the coast. Awamiko jinja retains the tradition of offering meals to Yamatohime-no-mikoto.