The hotel is quite new and room is tidy and clean. However, the small twin room is quite small.
Location is fine as it take only 3 mins to the monorail and 5 mins to the shopping street. Since it is located at the beginning of the shopping street, it take quite some time to walk to the end of the street where many restaurants are located.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Situated in Naha, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fukushu-en Garden, Shiseibyo Temple, and Naha City Museum of …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 Peace Memorial Park, Naminouegu Shrine, and …More
We booked this hotel owing to its review and all the good reviews of it are true.
If you are able to book this hotel under USD100 per night, go for it. We paid CAD236 (USD175) per night and money for value wise, it is a little steep.
In comparison to our 3 star hotel in Taipei, service wise is a little lacking. Example:
1. Staff will not assist you with your luggages to your room.
2. We had to catch early flights in both Taipei (leaving hotel at 4:30am) and Okinawa (leaving hotel at 5:45am), but it is the Taipei hotel that packed us take out breakfast for consumption in the taxi or airport (despite the fact that the coffee is warm and not hot when we drank it).
3. We paid only CAD1 35 per night for Taipei hotel.
Traveller from Vancouver Canada
Located in the heart of Naha, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tomari Port and Midorigaoka Park. Sogenji Temple and …More
The staff was so helpful and even with a language barrier, they exceeded my needs and comfort! I got lost 3 times while out exploring, but I found my way back very easily due to its location and surrounding shops and landmarks. The view from my room was amazing! Pure paradise!
Situated in Naha, this spa resort is within a 15-minute walk of Tomari Port, Sogenji Temple, and Midorigaoka Park. Hapinaha …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.