If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Naha, look no further than Daiwa Roynet hotel Naha Omoromachi.
Nearby landmarks such as Heiwadori (0.6 mi) and Shijo Hondori (0.7 mi) make Daiwa Roynet hotel Naha Omoromachi a great place to stay when visiting Naha.
Rooms at Daiwa Roynet hotel Naha Omoromachi offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A hot tub and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Daiwa Roynet hotel Naha Omoromachi, parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Naha's popular yakiniku restaurants such as Yakiniku Station Bambohe, Jojoen Okinawa Omomachi, and Ganaha Yakinikuten, all a short distance from Daiwa Roynet hotel Naha Omoromachi.
If you are interested in exploring Naha, check out one of the castles, such as Shurijo Castle and Zuisen Gate.
The staff at Daiwa Roynet hotel Naha Omoromachi looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Walked in the room and was surprised at how such an expensive hotel could be so bad. The carpet has seen a million unclean shoes. The bed sheet was stained (they immediately remedied) The walls are scuffed and scratched beyond recognition. Why do hotels continue to insist on using wallpaper? I spent 2 nights feeling dirty just being in the room. The position of the AC vent, right outside the bathroom door and next to the bed means steam condenses and drips right next to your head as you sleep, if you shower before bed. If you smoke, due to Japan's war on smokers there is a tiny, dingy smoking room on the lobby level. But honestly, if you're a moderate smoker (10+ per day) just avoid Okinawa in general. You will get irritable at the inability to smoke whilst you're out and about, get snappy and end up arguing with your significant other. Or maybe that's just me. Only positive is the friendly staff (v.low English though) and the proximity to the mall and Monorail station (4-5 mins walk) Honestly, if it hadn't been company-paid for a work trip, and it hadn't been so late when we checked-in, I would've walked straight back out again and gone back to our first hotel. …
Hotel was basic, but very convenient and well located. Roomy by Japanese standards. Excellent shopping directly across the street, Lawson convenience store open 24 hours in the building, always a taxi ready at the front door.
The room is spacious for a family of 5, although the bathroom is a bit tight. The hotel provided extra towels and slippers for all 5 of us, which was a nice gesture. Very clean room. Staff are very friendly and helpful, check-in and check-out were both a breeze. The hotel is located opposite the DFS Galleria and about 5mins walk (not sheltered) to the monorail station. There is also sheltered parking which cost 1000yen per night.
We chose this hotel because we had good experience at Daiwa Roynet hotels, and its rate is quite competitive comparing to those around Kokusai Dori and that it is closer to many shopping options. This hotel certainly lived up to our expectation, but that was about it. The room size is similar to those in Mainland Japan and offers similar amenities. Despite the fact that the floor had several loud guests with children, it was very quiet in the room. The breakfast was quite mediocre, and the restaurant can be very packed and noisy like a zoo. We certainly would have opted for something else if breakfast wasn't included in the rate. The front desk was very friendly. However, most if not all of the staff speak little English, especially considering Naha is a much more tourism-oriented place than other Daiwa Roynet properties we have stayed. The hotel is literally next to the Yui Rail Omoromachi station on map, but it's a 5-minute walk (without luggage) between them as there is no crosswalk in front of the hotel. Taxi to the airport costs around 2,000 JPY and can be reserved ahead. The DFS mall across the street has a OTS car rental store. There is a mall (Naha Main Place) about 3-minute away from the hotel that offers variety of shopping and dining options and a supermarket, and there is a Lawson store at the first floor of the hotel. Overall, I would stay at this property if I find myself in Naha again and its rate remains competitive.…
This is our 3rd visit to this hotel. It is our go to spot for Naha where it has all the shoppings, restaurants and pretty much all your need within walking distance and it is not as crowded as Kokusaidori. The unfortunate part is that this has become such a popular hotel in Naha that it get very crowded during breakfast time where we need to wait around 15~20min to get seated.