Bedding and wall is worn out, although clean. Breakfast convinient but not necessay if you want to save a buck there is CVS w seating area across the street, very close to Yui rail and Kokusai Street.
Small room, but standard for Japan.
Traveller from Seoul, Korea
Situated in Naha, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fukushu-en Garden, Shiseibyo Temple, and Naha City Museum of …More
Rather old and out-dated room facilities and decor was well expected for a hotel with such an age. However, the terrible 3rd hand smoke odor was unacceptable even i am a smoker myself. The odor is deeply absorbed by the carpet and the smell emitted from time to time. The management of this hotel have to take care of this.
We have had 2 consecutive rooms on the 4th floor and both rooms persist the same problem. It is not a good experience for staying in such a room for 5 nights. Unfortunately, it was full house and we were not able to change the room and we just try to make ourselves stay outside.
Despite the terrible room odor, service is excellent in this hotel. Location is good as it is just walking distance to our beloved shopping mall - Main Place Naha.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Situated in the historical district, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sogenji Temple and Saion Square. Okinawa …More
The Onsen bath was great and very addictive. I have to take one everyday. The main building onsen is noisy and not as clean. So if you booked Spa tower, just stick to the onsen exclusively for Spa tower.
The room was big and spacious, over looking the harbour. I love my room, with the nice comfortable beds, spacious japanese style modern bathroom, and they even have aroma diffuser in the room. The staff provide excellent service. They are knowledgeable, helpful and true to the Japanese service standard.
Traveller from Singapore
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Naminouegu Shrine and Tsushima-maru Memorial Museum …More
the room is really small, not able to open two suitcases on the floor at the same time.
the toilet and bath area is larger than most budget hotels in japan though.
staff is really nice, with competent english as well.
Located in the heart of Naha, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tomari Port and Midorigaoka Park. Sogenji Temple and …More
A coastal city on the southern part of Okinawa Island, Naha is the capital and the largest city of Okinawa Prefecture. The political, economic, and transportation hub of the island, Naha is also home to Shuri Castle. A former palace of the Ryukyu Dynasty, the castle is one of the most important historical sites in the city. Both the castle and its main gate were reconstructed after World War II.