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Relax By The Poolside. 5 Picks of Hotels in Okinawa with a Pool

Don't you think it would be a good idea to spend a hot summer in Okinawa at a hotel with a pool during one of your travels? Here are 5 popular hotels in the main island of Okinawa that have pools. Please check them out.

2017.07.06

1. Southern Beach Hotel & Resort

This resort hotel is the closest in proximity to the Naha airport. The guest rooms come in either an ocean view or harbor view style. These rooms enjoy bright lighting similar to that of paradise. You can find a clear beach in front of the hotel where you can enjoy many types of marine sports. Within the hotel, you can find the outdoor "garden pool" surrounded by abundant greenery as well as seasonal flowers. The place also has the indoor and jacuzzi pool available all year round. Here you may enjoy a resort type of atmosphere. There is also English speaking staff available.

Openings Hours of the Outdoor Pool: March 26 (Sun.), 2017 to October 31 (Tue.), 2017

2. The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa

This charming hotel offers a view of the Nago ocean from each room. Within the hotel, you may enjoy the outdoor pool where you may become one with the sky, as well as the relaxing indoor pool surrounded by greenery. Furthermore, if you reserve a "Cavana room" facing the outdoor pool, you may have direct access to the swimming facilities. When you got tired from swimming, your room would be just one door away. Afterwards, you may enter the jacuzzi and daybed while in your swimsuit. You may experience that type of luxury at this hotel. You may find staff that speak English and Chinese.

Opening Days of the Outdoor Pool: April to October (May be subject to change depending on the year)

3. Vessel Hotel Campana Okinawa

You can find this hotel at the popular resort town called "Mihama American Village". This hotel is also located at a superb spot right in front of the beach, which is one of the few places within the prefecture where you can enjoy a gorgeous sunset. At the top 12th floor of the annex, you may avail of the rooftop pool with a view of the sea, and the prospects of beautiful ocean and sunset are all yours. Furthermore, little children may avail of the kids' pool without any worry as well as the semi-open jacuzzi. It would be definitely worth checking out the panoramic bath whilst gazing at the waters. This hotel has staff that speak English, Chinese, Korean and Spanish.

Opening Days of Outdoor Pool: April to October

4. Loisir Spa Tower Naha

Next up is one of the few hotels in Okinawa where you can enjoy a natural hot spring. You may access this hotel from the Naha airport 7 minutes by car and is located at a perfect spot for sightseeing, just a walking distance from the "Kokusai Dori" (International Road). Within the hotel, you may find an outdoor pool in the shape of a butterfly and a warm indoor pool that uses natural spring water. The either pools are open until late hours (outdoor pool: 9:00 pm, indoor pool: 10:00 pm), so you and your children may enjoy swimming to the fullest. You may also find staff that speak English.

Opening Days of Outdoor Pool: April to October

5. La Casa Panacea Okinawa Resort

This is a resort hotel located in Onna Village in the West Coast of the main Okinawa Island. This hotel has a private feel to it as there are only 8 simple yet stylish rooms, each with its own charm to it. You can enjoy a quiet, relaxing time here as you bask in the sea breeze. You may avail of the outdoor pool within the hotel. There are many facilities to enjoy as well, including the running water zone and the 25cm deep kids' zone.

Opening Days of Outdoor Pool: Late April to Last Day of October

Okinawa is a place where you would want to enjoy time at the beach as well as at a pool. Please try staying at one of these hotels introduced in this article!

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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