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Hotel Azat Naha

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#41 of 114 hotels in Naha
Our hotel is 30 seconds from Asato station, only one station to Kokusai Street and DFS.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Self-Serve Laundry
Wheelchair access
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Centrally Located
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This hotel showed us that not everything is perfect and neat in Japan. We got here during the golden week, which made the place full of tourist. We got a small 70’s room in the old part of the hotel with the monorail passing in front of our window and the busy intersection made the room quite noisy. Turning on the dusty ventilation would make it even noisier. The air in the room was irrespirable so i wanted to open the window. It was mission impossible as the window couldn’t be opened. Therefore, i asked the staff to open it, and they reacted very aggressive to it, as well as to my request to change the room. The only one available was a smokers room, that i had to not accept, as well as their window couldn’t be open. The free coffee machine was a plus, but not in breakfast time, when if you wanted to get just a coffee, even a paid good coffee, it was impossible. For short, there is room for improvement here, especially for small things like proper instructing the staff. The location is the best part, with a lot of good places to eat right across the street.
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Stayed at this hotel in Naha for one night in end Jan 19. Location is a plus as it is just next to the Asato Monorail Station. We took a walk from the Naha Airport upon arrival to their Domestic Airport side where the monorail station is located to catch a ride to this hotel. All their monorail stations have lifts, so it was easy even if you have heavy luggage. Upon arrival at the hotel, we took the lift to the reception counter at the 3rd floor. We were welcomed to deposit our luggage with the very courteous staff at the reception as we arrived very early - so we could free ourselves to start visiting places of interest until the usual check-in time (15:00). The room and toilet are clean and the room is very comfortable. This hotel is also walking distance to the popular Kokusai shopping street where food outlets are plentiful.
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Best part about this hotel is that it's just next to the Asato Station. For those who don't drive, it's so convenient especially after a day of sightseeing and shopping. There is also a 24-hour supermarket across from the hotel. Great for grabbing a bite early in the morning to catch a flight, or late at night when you have hunger pangs. It's also walking distance to Kokusai Street where you can do all your shopping. The room we booked (the new wing) is rather small but compact. There's hardly room to put luggage and move around. But the cleanliness of the room and comfortable bed more than made up for it. After all, we hardly stayed in the room. It would be great if they have a proper wardrobe as we were only given a few hangers to hang clothes and jackets. We have to stuff some clothes back into the luggage due to lack of hangers and space. Worth a mention is the thermal toilet bowl, it's warm when you sit on it. There are also spray functions for you to wash after you have finished your toilet business. It makes going to the toilet so much more enjoyable! Overall, the hotel is small but very clean and comfortable. There is a small cafeteria that provides breakfast (chargeable) and free coffee from 2pm onwards. Definitely a choice hotel if you do not intent to rent a car and just rely on the monorail to get around.
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It was January 2017 and was called Best Western Naha. Rooms were very small. The larger room with three beds was not available for even one night over the 10 day stay on two separate 10 day visits. So we had to book separate rooms which made it more expensive. The rooms were clean and AC worked well. The hotel sold us tickets for one week of breakfasts for three people. The tickets were dated and not usable once the dates passed, so when we had unused tickets we could not get refunded. Advise is to purchase tickets just before you use them, per day. Breakfast however, was good. Location was good. Adjacent to one of the monorail stations. We could walk to Kokusai Dori from behind the hotel. In January 2018, it was no longer called Best Western.
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* Reception service is great and helpful. * However, Reception is situated on above ground level. Thus need to push your luggage via lift or staircase. * Room is average - good for few nights sleep. * Hotel is opposite a street with pubs and restaurants.
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$54 - $143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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