Located in Okinawa. Twin Room (24m²) is available here. A buffet breakfast is available every morning at Novotel Okinawa Naha.
City resort within walking distance of Kokusai Street. Stunning view from only Infinity Pool in Naha and Kids’ Pool – perfect for families. Popular BBQ Terrace. This upscale hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from Shuri Castle and 25 minutes by car from Naha Airport.
Completely renovated in August 2018, the 328-room contemporary hotel is set on a hill in Shuri, capital of the ancient Ryukyu Dynasty. Upper-storey rooms and suites have a commanding view of Naha city, as does the infinity pool on the 3rd floor. The historic neighbourhood exudes peace yet is near transportation hubs and World Heritage sites.
Whether travelling for business or on holiday with family, enjoy a calming space inspired by nature and equipped with cutting-edge technology. Four restaurants offer a choice of authentic Okinawan and international cuisine.
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- Upper floors accessible by elevator
- Alarm clock
- Tea/Coffee maker
- Air conditioning
- Safety deposit box
- Laptop safe
- Coffee machine
- Electric kettle
- Dining table
- Dining area
- Satellite channels
- Flat-screen TV
- Air purifiers installed
- Socket near the bed
- Wake up service/Alarm clock
- Wake-up service
- Single-room air conditioning for guest accommodation
- Free toiletries
- Bath or shower
- Toilet paper
Food Exchange Avancer
Can’t decide what to order? That’s not a problem at Food Exchange Avancer. You can sample dishes from Okinawa, Japan and elsewhere in the world at this buffet restaurant.
There’s so much to discover at Food Exchange Avancer, with its medley of sights, fragrances and flavours. Come and get a taste of the world’s cuisine.
Private dining rooms are available and are perfect for business meetings and/or private celebration.
【Breakfast】7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
- NAHA BUS : 25 NOVOTEL OKINAWA NAHA MAE
- By planeNAHA INTL AIRPORT At 7.7km / 4.78 miles
- By carNAHA INTER CHANGE At 3.6km / 2.24 miles
- By trainYUI RAIL ASATO At 1.3km / 0.81 miles
GPS :26.219193, 127.706718
Family Mart Novotel Okinawa Naha
Convenience chain offering grab-&-go bites & beverages, plus assorted newsstand items.
Access: Inside the hotel
Opening Hours: Every day 03.00 PM – 12.00 AM
Tombs of the Second Shō Dynasty, housing the remains of kings, queens & their children.
Access: 1,1 km (3 minutes by car)
Shuri Kinjo-cho Stone Paved Path
The Kinjo-cho, Shuri cobblestone street, leading to Madan-bashi bridge on the Kokuba River from Shuri Castle, was an official road which was 10km in length and part of the pearl road; its construction began in 1522, under the reign of King Sho Shin of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
Access: 1,5 km (4 minutes by car)
Shuri Kinjo Big Akagi Tree
This big akagi tree was designated as a Natural Monument in 1972. Thought to be more than 200 years old, this tree was once one of many around Shurikinjo.
Access:1,4 (4 minutes by car)
Lively, old-school covered shopping street with vendors of prepared food, produce & more.
Access: 1,5 km (8 minutes by car)