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5 Luxurious Hotels to Fully Enjoy Your Okinawan Trip

Okinawa is Japan's most famous resort area. If you make your way over, you'll want to enjoy feeling rich during your trip, right? Here are 5 hotels from all of the facilities on the main island where you can enjoy a beautiful ocean view in the greatest locations possible.

1. The Terrace Club Wellness Resort At Busena

This is a wellness resort right in front of Nago Bay. You can be fully relaxed here with their offerings of thalassotherapy using seawater, the food made with local ingredients made for local consumption, and elegant hospitality services. Within the premises is an outdoor thalasso pool that uses seawater and a freshwater pool that will make you feel like you've become one with the ocean. They also have various exercise and relaxation programs available. You can choose between rooms with an ocean view or sunset view rooms. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and there are English speaking staff available.

1. The Terrace Club Wellness Resort At Busena

1750 Kise, Nago-shi, Okinawa

2. Hyakunagaran

This is an inn on the tip of the cape surrounded by ocean and mountains. You can enjoy a quiet time with the blue ocean and white sand unfurling in front of you like a private beach. The building is built with red roof tiles and Ryukyu limestone, and there is a large banyan tree in the courtyard, so it overflows with an Okinawan atmosphere. There are 4 types of guestrooms, including some with a garden or a terrace. All of the rooms have a view of the ocean. There are 6 rooms on the top floor that can be privately used for free. There are open-air baths facing the ocean, so you can enjoy the best view as you soak. The entire building has free Wi-Fi.

2. Hyakunagaran

1299-1 Aza-Hyakuna Yamashitahara, Tamagusuku, Nanjo-shi, Okinawa

3. The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa

The Ritz-Carlton is a luxury hotel that offers the highest quality of comfort in regions throughout the whole world. This hotel in Okinawa offers guestrooms in the best locations for a view of the emerald green Nago Bay and the full view of the golf course. All the rooms have an ocean view, but the Ritz-Carlton Suite on the top floor has a terrace with a 270 degree panoramic view. The wide lounge area and hot tub offer you a luxurious time. The entire building has free Wi-Fi, and staff who can speak English or Chinese.

3. The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa

1343-1 Kise, Nago-shi, Okinawa

4. Kafuu Resort Fuchaku Condo Hotel

This is an airy hotel in the popular resort area, Onna-son. It's a hotel that merges careful hospitality with the freedom of a condominium. You can enjoy a luxurious, private stay. There are three buildings with guest rooms: the Hotel, which has relaxing spaces; the Annex, which is made up entirely of suites; and the Condo, which has guestrooms with kitchens. All of these rooms have an ocean view. The top floor of the Annex is an infinity pool. All guestrooms have free Wi-Fi, and there are English-speaking staff.

4. Kafuu Resort Fuchaku Condo Hotel

246-1 Aza-Fuchaku Shirifukuchihara, Onna-son, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa

5. Hotel Orion Motobu Resort & Spa

This is a hotel surrounded by popular spots like Churaumi Aquarium, the Bise Fukugi tree-lined road, and Emerald Beach. All the guestrooms have an ocean view, and they're all over 50sq.m. wide. If you're going with children, you should consider the Ocean Kids' rooms, designed in the image of the aquarium. They're decorated with different marine creatures depending on the room, such as clownfish or whale sharks. This hotel is known for having hot springs within the building. You can enjoy gazing out at the ocean as you bathe in water from a well that's more than 2 hundred million years old. There is free Wi-Fi in every guestroom, and there are English-speaking staff available.

5. Hotel Orion Motobu Resort & Spa

148-1 Bise, Motobu-cho, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa

All of these rooms offer great services, and you can relax by the pool or enjoy the spa. No matter what, you can have an elegant time in any of these places.

*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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