"Nice hotel with private beach and much facilities"
polite staff like every other japanese, nice beach which could only be access from the hotel, not crowded which is good, man facilities like swimming pool and kids friendly facilities, room clean and big enough with balcony, where we could see the sunset clearly. Enough restaurants too. Location wise good for visiting the north side aquarium as well as middle part snorkelling/diving
Traveller from HK
Nestled on the beach, this Onna resort is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Tiger Beach and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Nakadomari Site. Onna …More
The most attentive, kind and efficient staff in a magical place. Delicious food, amazing view, stunning attention to details -- best place I've ever been to. Quiet and set in the jungle with a golf course nearby and a Sento with a view. Massage, cocktails... Just perfect.
Traveller from Sydney
Situated in Onna, this luxury resort is 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Onna Seaside Park Nabii Beach and within 6 mi (10 km) of Cape …More
Great stay at a resort that is open and focused on the sea and the environment .
Unfortunately it was very hot this August and our rooms a/c was very weak. This hotel is a classic though and is much more accessible than the newer resorts in the area . I recommend it but please update the a/c sustem
Traveller from P
Nestled on the beach, this Onna hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Tiger Beach, Nakadomari Site, and Iha Castle Ruins. Ryukyu …More
An absolutely superb hotel with well appointed and maintained rooms and facilities. The staff is excellent and exceedingly helpful and welcoming. Just a note that most of the staff is not fluent in English but with some rudimentary Japanese communication was not a problem. This hotel is not waterfront but you can easily walk to the beach or take a 2 minute shuttle that leaves every 10 minutes. I couldn't be happier with the Spa Resort Exes!
Traveller from US
Situated near the beach, this luxury resort is within a 10-minute walk of Kariyushi Beach and Mission Beach. Busena Beach and …More
A popular resort travel destination, Onna overlooks the East China Sea and is bordered by mountains to the east. One of the most well-known scuba diving spots in Okinawa is located near Onna at Maeda Point. Its famous blue cave attracts divers and snorkelers year round. The cave was formed by Ryukyu limestone, and the area's coral reef offers a diverse ecosystem with a variety of ocean life.