If you’re looking for a luxury resort in Nago, look no further than The Terrace Club at Busena.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the resort.
The Terrace Club at Busena features room service and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to The Terrace Club at Busena, free parking is available.
While in Nago, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from The Terrace Club at Busena, including Chura-Hana (0.8 mi), Colombin (0.8 mi), and Kise (0.7 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Nantoirei no To.
The staff at The Terrace Club at Busena looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We came for our anniversary and babymoon here and found it a perfect hotel for the purpose. Beautiful ocean view and spacious room with thoughtful amenities throughout. Staff were very friendly and professional - it’s a traditional hotel so you do get the traditional Japanese staff that came across not as friendly to foreign visitors but I’d say that didn’t create an overall bad experience despite seeing many guests’ comments regarding this point. We did consciously avoid asking questions when certain staff was on duty though :) We went to use the huge jacuzzi/pool with all sort of functions and warm/ocean water and it was such a bless. Unfortunately they wouldn’t let me use the part with all the nice massage functions as I was in my 32 weeks pregnancy - not a minus point for me, they are just being responsible for my health and safety I guess. If you stay at the Terrace club then you can also choose to have breakfast at the nearby Busena Terrace hotel - the atmosphere there was more vibrant and options are much wider, although a lot more crowded. We ended up having an afternoon tea there and it was such a bless, there was live piano with a very elegant Japanese lady playing the piano beautifully as we had the afternoon tea. What a nice treat to the ears to seal off our last day of the visit. …
This is a superb, smaller associate hotel just down the road from the much bigger Busena Terrace Hotel which is more suitable for families. It is more intimate and personal and perfect for an adult, restful stay. The staff are absolutely wonderful, we have never been looked after so well, and we liked it so much that we extended our stay by another week . It is in a beautiful setting, between 2 beaches with a fabulous pool leading to a thalassotherapy area which we visited almost every day. Our 8th floor room was enormous and luxurious, with a large balcony overlooking the beaches and the sunset. It was kept immaculate by the smiling housekeeping team, with anything we needed brought up to us immediately. It was my birthday while we were there and the wonderful Umeki and his team organised balloons and wine in the room as a surprise. The food was superb, the best breakfast we had in Japan, and the teatime 2pm-4pm and the cocktail hour 5pm -7pm included in the charge was appreciated by all the guests. The central location of the hotel is very good for exploring Okinawa and we toured North and South easily with our hired car which was valet parked for us every day. The staff at the Terrace Club are its outstanding attribute...and it is a testimony to them that so many people return to stay here. We hated leaving, and can't wait to return to this perfect gem. Thank you everyone!…
It’s definitely a nice place in some ways, very polite staff, nice restaurants etc. In October the place seems a bit abandoned, but then again it gives you peace and quietness. Two major drawbacks for us: 1) The WiFi is a joke, a mediocre 2mb connection that only works half the time and never around pool areas etc. 2) The so called fitness center consists of to old technogym treadmills and 3 even older bikes and that’s it!! The nearby sister hotel doesn’t do a better job! This is simply not good enough and will prevent us from returning.
Wonderful staff who strive to privide excellent service. Enough staff speak English to make your stay comfortable. Fabulous breakfast or lunch at adjacent sister hotel only a short walk away. Shuttle also available. Happy hour at 5 PM and afternoon tea at 2 pm with free drinks and snacks. The Thalasso spa pool is fabulous. Lovely beach but swimming in ocean & outdoor pools not permitted until April 1st. Lots to do in the surrounding area.
The Terrace Club Wellness Resort at Busena This is an upscale facility, one of the Terrace properties, and adjacent to The Busena Terrace Beach Resort, but is a separate building and facility. It has many very nice amenities that add to the enjoyment of the stay. Our 5th floor room had a beautiful view of Nago Bay through four 3' wide by 8' high windows that open to our private terrace. The open studio-style room is large and comfortable, with Western style beds, chairs, ottoman, coffee table and sofa. The floor is hardwood and tile, with an area rug in the sitting area. We had two double beds with nightstand and lamps on each side. A large flat screen TV and DVD player with remote are provided. The shower and toilet are in separate rooms with their own doors. The large tub is between the bedroom and 2-sink lavatory. It can be open to both sides, or sliding doors can separate it from the bedroom. Unusual for Japan, the shower is separate from the tub, and water cannot be allowed to overflow. There are many toiletries provided: shampoo, conditioner, lotion, razors, toothbrushes and toothpaste, Q-tips, shower caps, soaps, bath salts and more. Terry Cloth robes, nice slippers and comfortable cotton pajamas, as well as a hooded cotton jacket to wear to the spa or pool are in the closet. The closet is large, with lots of drawers for clothes, which makes it convenient for longer stays. Free WiFi and LAN will connect you with the internet. Our stay included breakfast or lunch. You can choose daily whether to have breakfast in the Club dining room, or buffet lunch at the La Tida restaurant at the Busena Terrace Beach Resort (a short walk up the road, quick shuttle ride, or walk along the beach). Either meal service is awesome, so many selections it's difficult not to overeat. The breakfast emphasis is on a healthy diet, but taste is not sacrificed. There are many different breakfast foods available at the buffet: granola and other dry cereals, with many different toppings, such as raisins, cranberries, mango, prunes, yogurt, aloe jelly cubes, sliced almonds, pumpkin seeds, etc.; then a whole table of Japanese breakfast foods, including mozuku seaweed (not readily available outside Okinawa) buckwheat soba, and all the usual toppings; a bread table with various pastries, breads, rolls, plus jams. Honey is dispensed from a honeycomb. A salad table, with greens and multiple salad condiments and dressings; a fruit table with many freshly-cut fruits (my favorite was pineapple); an orange squeezer makes orange fresh juice while you wait. A daily smoothie is always healthy and (usually) tasty. In addition to the extensive buffet of health-oriented foods, an egg dish is chosen from a menu of six varieties - all are interesting and delicious, but I usually choose "Today's Special". One great feature of the Club is the Thalasso therapy facility featuring a warm salt-water massage course. There are multiple stations, about 14, with strong jets of water that massage different parts of the body from the feet to the shoulders. Some stations are hot, some warm, and one is cold. The one that massages your feet soles is my favorite. After spending a half-hour or more, you move to the steam and/or dry sauna. After that, there is a unique cooling off room where you can doze as you relax in a dark room with "healthy" air. We took the introductory 90 minute lesson, and have enjoyed the facility daily. The staff is universally polite, respectful and helpful, it is a pleasure to interact with them. It's a little strange having everyone greet you with a smile and a bow, and another bow or two as you walk away. And after a day or two, they know your preferences for breakfast, coffee and evening drink. This is a welcome characteristic that sets the Terrace Club apart from many other hotels, although politeness and respect seem to be endemic to Okinawa. Two other features deserve mention: Tea Time, 2-4 pm with coffee, tea, and a selection of light snacks; and Cocktail Time 5-7 pm, with draft Chatan Harbor beer, wine, cocktails and a selection of light snacks, including cheeses, fruit, nuts and desserts. Both are presented in the Library/Bar. They were included in our program, and after a big breakfast or lunch, can easily tide you over until the next day. After Cocktail Time, a pianist plays relaxing jazzy music 6:30 to 7 and 7:30 to 8. The bar stays open until late. If you want a dinner, the Fine Dining room serves a selection of entrees and set courses with a French emphasis that will leave you satisfied. There are also a Chinese restaurant, an Italian restaurant, and several speciality restaurants at the Busena Terrace Beach Resort, such as a Japanese and the La Ti Da buffet. The concierge can make reservations for you. More information is available at their website, and a promotional video is available.…