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Reviewed February 20, 2018 via mobile

The Best Western Okinawa Onna Beach is bigger than other hotels i stayed in Japan. Having lot of space, you can turn a somersault in the room .  View from our balcony is beautiful. Easily access to the beach.

Breakfast buffet is available in the hotel’s restaurant; Seaside Ristorante Aletta, and included in the room rate. They offered discount on dinner buffet on the day we stayed; from 2,500 Yen to 2,000 Yen. Buffet is Japanese-Western style. My favourite is Rafute; stewed pork in soy sauce and also Shabu-Shabu which is the dish that can prepared by submerging a slice of pork in a pot of boiling broth. Then dipping pork in ponzu sauce. Staffs at the Aletta are friendly and helpful.

Parking fee is 500 yen per night. There are a lot of restaurant nearby. I should have booked here for more than 1 night. I will looking for "best western" when i travel other areas, next time. It is worth my money.

Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
Thank ShawtyKakii
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Reviewed February 19, 2018

The good about this hotel: (1) The room is huge and immaculately clean, although a little spartan. There is a tv and electric pot to heat water with provided tea bags and ceramic mugs. The wireless internet connection is excellent (at least in our room). The bathroom is large with great amenities and a toilet with a seat warmer. The balcony overlooks the ocean and beach with a sliding glass door and siding screen door. We slept with the glass door open and the screen door closed (to keep insects out) and were able to hear the ocean waves breaking on the beach. (2) There was ample parking, although at a fee. (3) breakfast was a tasty mixture of both oriental and western foods with fresh fruit. (4) the location on the beach means that the hotel is somewhat isolated and you need a car to go buy food or go to a restaurant. I did see one bus stop in front of the hotel (I think bus number 48, as I recall) (5) the BAD about this hotel is the front desk staff. With the exception of one person (Ryo who was extremely helpful and tried very hard to communicate) there was a complete lack of helpfulness, to the point that we were given inaccurate information about restaurant opening times. The staff's English skills appear to be borderline at best, which made communication very difficult not only for us (with English as both a first and a second language) but for the numerous Chinese guests (it was the week of Chinese New Year) who were also trying to communicate in English. The staff seemed to be completely disinterested in their guests, almost as if they really did not want all these foreigners around (mostly Chinese, there were only 2 western couples there).

Stayed: February 2018
1  Thank nonamect
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Reviewed December 7, 2017 via mobile

Room was spacious, clean and comfortable, balcony overlooking to cleAn private beach in front. Able to have beach fun few steps away from room. Swimming pool was clean and beautiful, watching sunset in front of the pool was beautiful! Staff was all friendly, compliment to staff name Ryokan(sorry if I got the name spelt wrong!) Who was very patient assisting us to book cab chartering to itinerary and places we wanted to go the next day. Spent like 45min on e 1st night and another half an hour the.next.morning to call liaise and book with cab company for us despite the language barrier. Thanks and we had a great stay everything was fabulous and the hotel made our day much enjoyable for certain!

Stayed: November 2017, traveled with family
Thank KathChong
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Reviewed November 8, 2017

The hotel rooms are clean and spacious. Each foilet is fitted with a "smart" flush system shere the temperature, the strength,of water flow and drection can be adjusted ir controlled. The hotel has a swimmlng pool and a reetaurabtt overlookiing the ocean,

  • Stayed: September 2017, traveled with family
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1  Thank Stephen_Ng2014
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Reviewed October 9, 2017

It was pretty closed to the cape Maeda and Ruyku villiage. The large room was vey clean and it provided great view to the beach toward north west. Near the beach, kids could enjoy the snorkeling and see lots of small fishes. It was one of the best photo spot too. The breakfast was also nice, it was western style well mixed with some Okinawan foods. You could have limited access to convenient stores and restaurents, however the Joyfull restaurant just across the hotel would be a nice alternative for quick meals. The hotel prepared large paid parking lot, but it was quite easy to use. If you want to have a quiet rest with children, consider to have a stay here.

Stayed: October 2017
1  Thank sewonhan
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