SET AMID A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE AND OVERLOOKING THE CHINA SEA, THIS OKINAWA HOTEL EMBODIES THE LOCAL SPIRIT.
At The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa in Japan, simple pleasures bring great joy. Afternoons are savored with an indulgent tea ceremony. A luxury massage within the treetops is a gentle reminder to let go. Offerings at the local market determine the daily menu at the hotel’s Italian restaurant. Five-star guest rooms and suites overlook the tranquil golf course and China Sea. And the nearby Kise Beach is both a destination and an escape. This upscale resort amid the lush greenery of the Kise Country Club lies 2 km from both Busena Marine Park and a Nago Bay beach.
Featuring terraces with bay views, the serene, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screens, as well as iPod docks, minibars and Nespresso machines. Upgraded rooms add sitting/dining areas and/or hot tubs, while swanky suites also have living rooms, telescopes and/or marble bathrooms. Room service is offered 24/7.
Perks include 3 eateries (1 Italian), a chic bar and a lobby lounge, plus an outdoor pool with a bar. There’s also a posh spa and seasonal access to a private beach.
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A LUXURY OKINAWA RESORT
Blending the warmth of the local culture with the breathtaking beauty of the surrounding hills and sea, The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa is a resort where luxury is expressed through a caring spirit and thoughtful amenities. Moments from Japan’s Kise Beach and set amid the championship golf course at Kanehide Kise Country Club, resort guests will discover a true escape.
- Three, diverse full-service restaurants
- Afternoon Tea in the Lobby Lounge
- Luxury spa set amid the Yambaru forest
- Access to Kise Beach and activities
- Venues for intimate events and weddings
- 97 modern guest rooms and suites
A CITY OF ANCIENT RUINS, PRISTINE BEACHES & NATURAL BEAUTY
From the 14th to the 16th centuries, Okinawa was known as the Ryukyu Kingdom. Traces of that era remain in the form of nine World Heritage Sites scattered across Okinawa including Sefa-utaki, where a triangle-shaped tunnel formed by two rocks leads to the city’s most sacred altar. As one of Japan’s most popular holiday destinations, Okinawa appeals with more than history and culture. Beaches offer snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing; early in the year visitors can catch the cherry blossoms in bloom; the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium features four levels of marine life; and the preserved Yanbaru forest is perfect for trekking or kayaking. The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa is conveniently located near US Marine Corps camps Hansen, Foster and Schwab, and the hotel is pleased to welcome servicemen and women and their families.